15 health journalists to attend the ESMO 2014 Congress

European School of Oncology (ESO) will cover journalists’ travel, accommodation and subsistence costs ESO is collaborating with the European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) to offer 15 health journalists a unique opportunity to attend the ESMO 2014 Congress in Madrid, Spain (26-30 September 2014), to hear the leaders in clinical research talk about progress in treating cancer,…

MuSci Cafés

Since April 2011, we organize the events called “MuSci Café”. These are events that try to show how Science and Music can interact through the centuries. These discussions aim at knowledge generation and awareness of the general public on the combination of these two concepts with a specific theme each time. We have already organized…

CREAT-IT – Implementing Creative Strategies Into Science Education

The CREAT-IT project aims to develop and support teacher skills in science education by integrating creative, cultural disciplines and social media tools in science courses, engaging students to participate in collaborative, project and case study based activities. For teachers, creativity and innovation is a high risk activity and the incentives are few (Hannon, 2009). In…

NDSTE 2014 – One more successful conference!

On Thursday May 29 the beautiful island of Corfu welcomed some of the world’s best known scientists on the field of science education, who participated in the 1st International Conference on New Developments in Science and Technology Education – NDSTE 2014 until Saturday May 31. All the participants admitted that the conference was really successful.…

Study trip – ICT in Estonia: Press e-nter

The Estonian Association of Science Journalists and the Estonian Research Council invited and welcomed fifteen EUSJA science journalists to a study trip to explore Estonian computer science and e-society systems, from 14–17 May 2014. Thanos Labrou, from Greece was there and here’s his story. By Thanos Labrou If numbers can tell a story then numbers…

GeNeDis 2014 – A great success!

For four days the beautiful island of Corfu, Greece has been the epicenter of neurodegenerative diseases, as many exciting news kept emerging between 10-13 April at the 1st World Congress on Geriatrics and Neurodegenerative Disease Research, Genedis 2014. These news is believed to have an impact on the early diagnosis of neurodegenerative diseases. The scientific…

Student Parliament – The students who are going to Compenhagen

The Greek Student Parliament took place today in Ellinogermaniki Agogi school, for the first time in Greece. The students elected their representatives who are going to Copenhagen in June to attend the European Student Parliaments on Science in ESOF 2014. ESOF is the largest conference for scientists and research organisations of all scientific disciplines in…

ICT in Estonia – A study trip to Tallinn and Tartu, 14–17 May 2014

The Estonian Association of Science Journalists and the Estonian Research Council are inviting fifteen European Union of Science Journalists’ Associations (EUSJA) science journalists to a study trip to explore Estonian computer science and e-society systems, from 14–17 May 2014. On the two-and-a-half days of the trip, journalists will meet with outstanding information and communication technology…

National Student Parliament: “The future of our city”

In just a few days, between 2-4 April, the Greek Student Parliament will take place in Ellinogermaniki Agogi school, for the first time in Greece. Science View is organizing the National Student Parliament in Greece, which is part of the project “European Student Parliaments on Science”. The event is co-organised by the National University of…