- Age groups
- Ages 12 to 15Ages 9 to 12Up to 9 yearsAges 15 and over
- Environment, climate and energyScience and research
- Type of material
Science is Wonderful brings the world of cutting-edge research to young scientists in primary and secondary schools all over Europe.
Take a look at the catalogue to discover the exciting activities available. You can choose your preferred language by using the filtering options.
You can find a couple of examples available in all EU languages below.
Explore how marine creatures survive in the deep Atlantic ocean under pressure from 2000 metres of water and try it yourself with a simple experiment.
In this experiment, you will learn how sea animals can survive in the ocean thanks to their special features and how pressure acts on living bodies.
In this experiment, you will compare two types of soils – grassland and garden soil.
You will see how the quality of the soil and the presence of a thick root mat can affect the soil’s resistance to erosion and how many nutrients are retained in the soil when it is exposed to rain and wind.
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Challenge your friends to a game about biodiversity. You will learn some interesting things about nature and how to protect it along the way.
Try your hand at the climate action board game available in all EU languages!
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