A centre of excellence for science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics (STEAM) education research, science communication and innovation will be established in Cyprus.
Our aim is to create the first interactive science centre in Cyprus
Providing education and research resources to the people of Cyprus and Eastern Mediterranean region.
Funded by the European Union
The project (Phase I) has been funded by the European Union under the Horizon2020 “Spreading Excellence and Widening Participation-Teaming”
Advisory Member of the Consortium
Prof. Justin Dillon
University of Exeter, UK
Justin Dillon is professor of science and environmental education at the University of Exeter. He joined Exeter three months ago after spending three years at the University of Bristol as Head of the Graduate School of Education. After taking a degree in chemistry, Justin trained as a teacher and taught in six London schools before joining King’s College London in 1989 as a teacher educator and researcher. During his 26 years there he was involved in a number of research and development projects working with schools, museums, science centres, aquariums and botanic gardens. Justin was President of the European Association for Research in Science Education from 2007-11 and is currently President of the National Association for Environmental Education and a trustee of the Council for Learning Outside the Classroom. He co-edited the first ever International Handbook on Research in Environmental Education.