Archive for October, 2018

Space technologies – What’s new out there?

Photo credits: ESA-NASA Space tourists, Mars and Moon missions, and robots that serve humans at International Space Station (ISS)…those pictures are not coming from a sci-fi movie script, not any more. With the rapid development of space industry, we enter the fourth industrial revolution, and next generations have to...

Travelling in Ivo Jokin’s Spacecraft, or Astronomy Workshop for Bulgarian and Refugee children

Disclaimer: This article was first featured here and republished with changes on the Scientix blog, with Ivo Jokin’s  consent. The Scientix blog is not responsible for the correctness of any information featured in the post.   Multi Kulti’s Children’s Programme continued on 30 May 2017 with 4 astronomy workshops...

Scientix brings together STEM teachers and researchers for World Space Week 2018 in Thessaloniki, Greece

To celebrate World Space Week 2018, in Thessaloniki, Greece, Antatolia College Center for STEM Education hosted a Space and Astronomy program during the weekend of October 6-7. During this weekend program researchers from the University of Leiden Space and Astronomy Society and from Aristotle University Aeronautics and Space team...

World Space Week – Origami and space research

The cover photo was retrieved from: https://pixabay.com/en/universe-sky-star-space-cosmos-2742113/   When origami is mentioned, the first associations are paper cranes. In Japan, origami is considered traditional, and crane represents good fortune. Paper cranes But did you know that origami, mathematics and science are connected? Origami, the ancient Japanese paper-folding skill is actually...