Training Program for Leaders in Science Centres. Granada, 22-27 September 2013

Why the EMME Summer School?

The Euro-Mediterranean and Middle East Summer School for Science Communication (EMME Summer School) aims to set-up a Euro-Mediterranean program for science centres and any other organisation working for the public engagement in science, in order to reinforce their capacities, to strengthen dialogue and exchange, and to increase the community of players in the region. The principal scope is to support the development of science communication projects and the establishment of new ones in the region.

The EMME Summer School is promoted by the two networks of science centres operating around the Mediterranean: ECSITE and NAMES and thanks to the active involvement of some of their members: Scientific center of Kuwait, BA Planetarium Science Centre, Città della Scienza, Universcience and Universcience partenaires, Museo delle Scienze, Parque de la Ciencias, and the Natural History Museum.

Consorcio Parque de las Ciencias

  • Junta de Andalucía
  • Ayuntamiento de Granada
  • Diputación de Granada
  • Universidad de Granada
  • Centro Superior de Investigaciones Científicas
  • Caja Granada
Avda. de la Ciencia s/n 18006 Granada. Spain. Telf.: +34 958 131 900 Fax: +34 958 133 582