This year, just like in 2020, the Europlanet Science Congress (EPSC) 2021, a scientific conference on planetary science, is opening its doors to schools and gives to the students a peek on how contemporary science is done.

You are kindly invited to join us virtually with your classroom or educational institution.

When: EPSC 2021 takes place in September, but most activities for schools will be organized a bit later, from the 18th to the 29th of October 2021. Scientific talks by the speakers from all over the world will be available to schools to follow online.

Please register your intention to participate (non-binding from your part), either in the live or in the recorded events, according to the technical capabilities of your classroom, in the following form:

Registration link:

More information on the speakers will follow soon and you will be contacted in September with the full program.

Art Competition: Schools are also invited to participate in the EPSC arts contest #InspiredByOtherWorlds. If you have been inspired, create and share your drawings, storytelling, pictures, videos, models, craft works or art installations at home. The deadline for submissions is 31st of October. There are no age restrictions for participants. You can find more information on the contest at  If you’d also like to share on social media please use the hashtags #InspiredByOtherWorlds #EPSC2021.

Let’s open up science to young students and give them the chance to  ask  experts in planetary science questions directly! More to be announced soon.

With the kind support of Europlanet Society, Lecturers without Borders, Europlanet Early Career network (EPEC), Scientix

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EPSC 2020 edition:

Sursa: LeWiBo, via email to iTeach Romania
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