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Links to related projects

  • Baltic Sea Project
    The Baltic Sea Project is an international network among schools for the improvement of the environment in the Baltic catchment area.
  • Scientix - The community for science education in Europe
    Scientix promotes and supports a European-wide collaboration among STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) teachers, education researchers, policymakers and other STEM education professionals.
  • Deutsches Meeresmuseum (German Oceanographic Museum)
    The German Oceanographic Museum in Stralsund is the biggest scientific museum on the German North and Baltic Sea. Its exhibitions deal with oceanography, fishery, whales, the coast and human influence on the Sea.
  • MeeresBürger e.V.
    The registered society Meeresbürger (in English: citizens of the sea) enforces educational and public relations focusing on the Baltic and the North Sea. Among others, it provides excursions and further education. (only available in German)
  • MariSchool
    MariSchool is a student laboratory run by the Leibniz-Institute for Baltic Sea Research and the University of Rostock, in which upper school biology and chemistry students explore topics related to marine science and can carry out scientific experiments. (only available in German)
  • MINT Zukunft schaffen
    "MINT Zukunft schaffen" is an initiative of the German economy to prevent a future shortage of skilled labour force in natural scientific and technical jobs. It is the aim of this economic initiative to expand the education in Mathematics, Informatics, Natural Sciences and Technology and to strengthen the quality of educational offers.
    (only available in German)