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The European Project SETAC has received the APE (Associazione per il progresso Economico – Association for the Economic Progress) prize for dissemination.
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SETAC (Science Education As a Tool for Active Citizenship) is funded by the European Union Lifelong Learning Programme and focuses on science education as among the fundamental tools for developing active citizens in the knowledge society. It is aimed at teachers, students, museum explainers and explores the themes of Health, Energy, Climate Change.
The project is coordinated by the National Museum of Science and Technology Leonardo da Vinci in Milan, Italy within a consortium of by 8 partners consisting of institutions in the field of formal and informal education (schools, museums, teacher training centres, universities) from 5 European countries (Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Italy and Hungary).
Mission Statement SETAC