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Your chance to spin or drop your thesis!13 December 2013
Your chance to spin or drop your thesis!13 December 2013 Are you a university student who dreams of using a world-class gravitational facility for experiments? If yes then ESA’s Education Office wants to hear from you. All you have to decide is whether you want to go heavy or light. In other words: hypergra...
More National CanSat Competitions Than Ever28 November 2013
More National CanSat Competitions Than Ever28 November 2013 Across Europe, more student teams than ever before are drawing up their plans for launching CanSats. These tiny ‘satellites’ fit into a drinks can yet perform a scientific ‘mission’ when launched from a small rocket.
A shaky student experiment successfully completed in microgravity19 November 2013 The fifth Drop Your Thesis! campaign reached a successful conclusion on 15 November, when the Fall of Fame team completed their microgravity investigation into the formation of stripes in granular material.
Students: apply for the second session of ESEO courses 18 November 2013
Students: apply for the second session of ESEO courses 18 November 2013 After the successful first session of ESEO Lecture Courses , held in September 2013, the ESA Education Office is offering a new opportunity for 10 additional scholarships for students to participate free of charges in a new session of the ESEO Lecture...
European Interparliamentary Space Conference focuses on education12 November 2013 Politicians from across Europe have gathered in Brussels for the 15th European Interparliamentary Space Conference. This year, the focus has been on space education as a means of preparing Europe’s next generation workforce.
ESA sponsors students at the 64th International Astronautical Congress in China11 November 2013 ESA's Education Office has once again provided students with a unique opportunity to attend the International Astronautical Congress (IAC), one of the leading events in the annual space calendar.