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Science On Stage Portugal 2023 has come to an end! Find out more about the event and which projects have been selected for SonS 2024 in Turku, Finland.
The Design-CT Project Successfully Concludes, Leaving a Legacy of Innovative Digital Educational Tools
The Design-CT Erasmus+ project, aimed at addressing the challenges of digitalization in school education, has successfully concluded in July of this year.
NUCLIO signs a protocol with the Portuguese National Council of Education within the framework of the DICA project
It was with great honour that NUCLIO signed a collaboration protocol with the Portuguese CNE, within the scope of the DICA project (Disseminate, Innovate, Collaborate, Learn).
The inSTEAM project has been selected as an example of good practices of Erasmus+ projects by the Spanish webpage SEPIE, the portal of the Spanish Service for the internationalization of Education!
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A chance social media post by an eagle-eyed amateur astronomer sparked the discovery of an explosive collision between two giant planets, which crashed into each other in a distant space system 1,800 light years away from planet Earth.
A study carried out with JWST confirms that the universe could produce extremely luminous galaxies very early, suggesting that these galaxies formed stars earlier than predicted. The study also reveals an “imposter” galaxy.
An international scientific team has detected distortions in the brightness of a galaxy’s disc that could be explained by the gravitational effect of a previously unknown neighbouring galaxy.