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Program

The project consists of five components

EDU-ARCTIC programme layout

Project

EDU-ARCTIC is an EU-funded project focused on using Arctic research as a vehicle to strengthen science education curricula across Europe. 

 Project introductory videos in English, Polish, Danish, Icelandic, French and Norwegian - PROJECT VIDEOS

Polarpedia

Encyclopedia about the Arctic region, explaining polar phenomena and scientific terminology in nine categories

Latest News

The finalists of Arctic Competition 2017

Physics experiments right after the end of school year? Northern lights in a middle of summer heat? For the finalists of Arctic Competition 2017, this is the idea of a perfect start of summer holidays. 5 teams from Poland have proven that they’re really into science. Maria, Wiktoria, Beata, Mateusz, Michał: 3 girls and 2 boys from Poland were among the best European teams that had proposed research and innovation projects related to the Arctic. As you know, it was extremely difficult to choose 6 winning teams out of the best 12 applications. 6 winners are going to visit Iceland and Faroe Islands in August.

EDU-ARCTIC project has been awarded with honorary patronage

Dear EDU-ARCTIC family. The end of the very first school year we spent together, has just brought us an amazing gift. We are extremely proud to announce the LAST MINUTE news: EDU-ARCTIC project has been awarded with honorary patronage by Minister of Science and Higher Education of Poland.

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