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Storytelling shaping Science Communication

Storytelling shaping Science Communication

 “Stories are one of the principal means by which science is situated in society. Stories represent science in many different...

New RRI on-line course for researchers

New RRI on-line course for researchers

A new on-line course on Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) is now available, jointly designed by the team of three projects:...

International Day of Women and Girls in Science

International Day of Women and Girls in Science

  UNESCO is proud to celebrate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, focused on promoting women in...

PERFORM protocol to develop performances inspired by science, technology and responsibility

PERFORM protocol to develop performances inspired by science, technology and responsibility

A new document produced by The Big Van Theory team describes useful steps to design and implement a performance co-created by students,...

Science and Art beyond the obvious

Science and Art beyond the obvious

The interplay between scientists and artists, that characterizes the PERFORM project, is an uncommon example of how cross-disciplinarity is a...

PERFORM Conference 2018 Announced

PERFORM Conference 2018 Announced

The PERFORM project conference 2018 was announced on the 8th of November during the World Science Forum in Jordan and...

PERFORM explore un procédé pédagogique participatif basé sur les STIM (Sciences, Technologie, Ingénierie, Mathématiques) à travers l’utilisation des arts du spectacle avec des élèves de collège et de lycée, leurs enseignants et des chercheurs en début de carrière qui vont s’investir activement dans l’expérimentation de la science en France, en Espagne et au Royaume-Uni..

Innovating science education

The PERFORM project approach to a responsible innovation in Science and Technology education. Discover the philosophy and first results of the project with the presentation delivered by Karla Berrens who won the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya 2017 Research Showcase