Science Week 2004
The Science Week 2004 was packed with exciting events and activities. Find out more about it on the following pages.
Science Week 2003
Six different projects highlighted the Science Week 2003:
With STEAD pupils explored daily life by having a closer look at objects often taken for granted. Physics on stage performed the episode 3. Aim was to help teachers make physics and other natural sciences more attractive. SCIFI talked about science the SCIFI way: by having chosen fuel cell technology. The project I-WEAR organised 3 fashion shows on intelligent textiles and PULSE talked about genetic engineering. KIDS and SCIENCE set up a science village in the Austrian Alps. OCEANICS raised a wave of awareness by exploring public perception of the water, the ocean and environmental issues. Last but not least, E-AWARE searched on the dangers of the internet.
The Science Week 2003 was packed with exciting events and activities. Find out more about it on the following pages.
Science Week 2002
Nine different projects were organised across Europe, showing the wide range of scientific work:
"Shadows of the infinite" brought together science and art, a "Science Hotline" gave answer if allergic reactions are increasing. Students got into contact with "space weather" at the Zeiss Planetarium in Berlin and the science week became "mobile" with the "Composite-on-Tour" - Bus. Dawdling around Europe, this bus was an exciting museum site. Going into fundamental research was the aim of "your all time top ten technologies", while science posters were displayed on busses, inspired by a UK campaign. Energy-Technet gave live to semiconductors by computer animations and spectators got SMART with the project "mobility for all". From ancient trade to pioneering biotech industry gave a fascinating inside-view on "development made by science".
The Science Week 2002 brought together amazing projects, showing excitement, dynamics and personal involvement in scientific research.
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Science Week 2001
Seven different activities were organised across Europe to inform, explain and even to entertain the general public on topics as diverse as whether life exists on other planets, the role of plant biotechnology in our daily lives, the power of TV science drama, and more. Consult the project fact sheets for more information on the exhibitions or events that may be planned near you.
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Science Week 2000
Science Week 2000 brought together people of all ages and from all backgrounds. Some of the participants give their personal points of view, thoughts and suggestions on the various issues raised
Success Stories 2000 list
Science and Technology Week 2000 was a dynamic and diverse event and proved to be a remarkable success in popularising science. During the week of 7-12 November, the European Union supported seven major initiatives presented in various forms (exhibitions, debates, video productions, conferences, new information tools for the Internet, etc.). All of the events shared a common goal: to communicate the benefits that advances in scientific knowledge can bring to our everyday lives. Many of these initiatives remain on going, whether in the form of travelling exhibitions or through continuing communication on the Internet
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