School debates – we need your help!
The NanoChannels project is organising a number of school debates in 8 different EU and Associated States. We need the support and participation of local scientists, industrialists, NGOs, and business people to play an active role in these debates and encourage young people to discuss and explore the full impact of nanotechnologies on modern society, and encourage them to take an active involvement in the future development of nanotechnologies.
The debates will take place between January and April 2012.
The full list of schools is given below. If you live or work in one of these communities, are interested in participating and would like to find out more, then please contact Mark Morrison (firstname.lastname@example.org).
AT: BG/BRG Klosterneuburg (Klosterneuburg); BORG 3 (Wien)
DE: Jakob-Fugger-Gymnasium (Augsburg)
FR: lycée Camille Claudel (Blois); Lycée Charles de Gaulle (Poissy); Lycee Livet (Nantes)
ES: Les Verdaguer (Barcelona); Colegio Pedro Poveda de ITAC (Jaén)
IL: Ort Ebin (Ramat-Gan); Ort-Ramat Yosef high school (Bat Yam)
IT: Istituto Torno Castano Primo (Milano); ISISS "Piana di Lucca" - Liceo Scientifico "E. Majorana" Capannori (LU); Liceo Sorbelli (ISIS Cavazzi) of Pavullo nel Frignano Modena (MO)
RO: Colegiul National Nicolae Titulescu (Pucioasa); Colegiul National Nicolae Titulescu (Craiova Dolj); Clubul Copiilor Zimnicea (Zimnicea)
TK: Sainte Pulchérie Fransız Lisesi (Istanbul); Kirimli Ismail Rustu Olcay Lisesi (Zeytinburnu/Istanbul)
UK: St Mary Redcliffe and Temple School (Bristol); Smithycroft Secondary School (Glasgow)
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