With the ‘Premio Cosmos’ for the best popular science project. Including five Italian schools abroad
Five schools in the network of Italian schools worldwide are currently taking part in the ‘Premio Cosmos’ for the best popular science project in the fields of Physics, Astronomy and Mathematics.
The initiative was conceived by a group of Italian scientists in synergy with the Italian Astronomical Society and the Metropolitan City of Reggio Calabria – Planetarium Pythagoras, and in collaboration with the Italian Ministry of Education. Two prizes are awarded each year: a general prize, awarded by a scientific committee, and one for students, awarded on the basis of the votes by the participating schools placed through a system of School Judging Panels. The awards ceremony takes place every year in the spring in Reggio Calabria.
The participating Italian schools abroad are from Madrid, Barcelona, Casablanca and Cairo. The contact person for the initiative for schools abroad: Serena Bonito – Office V (firstname.lastname@example.org; 0636912849), also a member of the award selection committee.
For further information premiocosmos.org