NEWS & NOVELTIES

ENEN European Nuclear Competition

The primary motivation of the ENEN+ project is to substantially contribute to the revival of the interest of young generations in careers in the nuclear sector. One of the activities to attract new talents consists in the organization of a European nuclear competition for secondary school pupils focused in nuclear technology. Detailed information on the topics and basis of the competition can be found in the competition web page http://nuclearcompetition.enen.bme.hu/

Nuclear Education and Training 2020 - ENS

ESTet conference is designed to facilitate an exchange of information, collaboration and the sharing of best practices in nuclear education and training in engineering science and technology. It is an important networking opportunity for better co-ordination and collaboration between different stakeholders. The next edition of the ENS NESTet Conference will be organised in autumn 2020. More information about the conference can be found in https://www.euronuclear.org/nuclear-education-and-training-2020/

The Fishbowl Challenge

The Fishbowl Challenge brings college students from around the world together to solve the world’s most complex social and environmental problems. Their different cultural, social, and geographic insights will enable new solutions and ways of working together, providing a unique model for global collaboration and problem-solving.

International Conference on Nuclear Knowledge Management and Human Resources Development: Challenges and Opportunities - International Student Competition

The Fishbowl Challenge brings college students from around the world together to solve the world’s most complex social and environmental problems. Their different cultural, social, and geographic insights will enable new solutions and ways of working together, providing a unique model for global collaboration and problem-solving.

XVIII Science and Innovation Week in Madrid

The Science and Innovation Week in Madrid is taking place between November 5th and 18th and is one of the most important events for dissemination of scientific advancements in Europe. Its objective is to bring science and technology closer to citizens, especially young people, to promote scientific vocations, entrepreneurship and creativity, while eliminating gender barriers. It welcomes more than 600 institutions with an offer that exceeds 1,000 free activities for all audiences and involves 3,000 scientists.