Project “European Student Parliament” presented during Parliamentary Week

Project “European Student Parliament” presented during Parliamentary Week

“Intersection. Centre for Science and Innovation”, with the support of Faculty of Economics, Finance and Administration (FEFA), within Parliamentary Week announced a new cycle of the project “European Student Parliament” to high school and university students aged between 16 and 19. The project will take place both in Serbia and in many European countries. Five finalists from each country will participate in the final debate in Manchester during Europe’s largest scientific conference EuroScience Open Forum (ESOF) in July 2016.

Presentation of European student parliament 2015/2016

Presentation of European student parliament 2015/2016

We invite all high school and university parliament leaders, aged between 16 and 19, who are interested in science and learning about parliamentary procedures and debates, to join us on 21 October 2015 from 10 to 11 at the Faculty of Economics, Finance and Administration (FEFA), Bul. Zorana Djindjica 44 in Belgrade, where we will present the structure of the debate to be held in Spring 2015.

Cooperation of National Institute of Biology and Intersection

Cooperation of National Institute of Biology and Intersection

The researchers from a Marine Biology Station Piran of the Slovenian National Institute of Biology met with the representatives of Intersection on July 16th 2015. During the meeting partners agreed on the future cooperation between the two institutions, strengthening already established collaboration. We have the pleasure to share photographs of the underwater world that the team from Piran is exploring, with courtesy of the author Tihomir Makovec.

Science Camp “Viminacium” 2015

Science Camp “Viminacium” 2015

“Intersection. Centre for Science and Innovation” аnd partners (Archaeological Institute of the Serbian Academy of Arts and Sciences, Mathematical institute, Institute for Nature Protection, and Centre for New Technologies) are organizing a summer science camp for children at the Viminacium archeological site in Serbia. The camp is structured as a 3-day intensive program of workshops, completed by close to 150 schoolchildren during the summer of 2015.

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