• Cyprus Science and Research Centre

    Cyprus Science and Research Centre

    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

    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

    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”
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News & Events

The Latest News Regarding the CSRC - May 2018 Newsletter

May 2018 Newsletter

The EU project CSRC - Centre for STEAM Education Research, Science Communication and Innovation – has been qualified in the competitive call of the strategic program “Spreading Excellence and Widening Participation – Teaming” of the “HORIZON 2020” and is halfway through its campaign (Sept 2017 – Aug 2018).

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Student Competition

The Consortium of the European Project “CSRC” (Cyprus Science & Research Centre) invites you to participate in the university students’ competition for innovative exhibit ideas. The proposed innovative exhibits will be installed in the future Science and Research Centre, which will focus on the promotion of science communication, teaching and learning in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts or Mathematics (STEAM).

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CSRC was presented at the WORLD SCIENCE FORUM 2017, Dead Sea, Jordan

CSRC at World Science Forum

CSRC was presented at a Plenary session during the World Science Forum 2017.The World Science Forum invited 3000 leading scientists from all over the world under the leadership of Royal Academy of Sciences on 7-12 November 2017 to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan under the auspices of the Jordanian Princess HRH Sumayya Bin Talal. The Forum was held in Jordan with the theme of "Science for Peace" to discuss the issues affecting science, politics and society, to generate ideas for solution and to identify common tasks to tackle these issues.

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