Click here to watch a recording of this ISCSMD webcast discussion.
From STEM programs for Syrian refugee children—to a science café for girls and women scientists—to children sticking their arms into mosquito tanks—and everything in between—it was a global festival of science and sustainability on every continent.
On December 14, ISCSMD hosted a webcast discussion examining both the practical and the inspirational in this year’s events around the world with team members from
- Arizona Science Center, Sari Custer and Kristin Priscella (Phoenix, Arizona, United States)
- The Franklin Institute, Mickey Maley (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States)
- Futuristas, Jennifer Breslin (multinational)
- Glasgow Science Centre, Sharon Lyons (Scotland, United Kingdom)
- International Center for Life, Noel Jackson (Newcastle upon Tyne, England, United Kingdom)
- The Mind Museum, Maribel Garcia (Taguig, Metro Manila, Philippines)
- Ontario Science Centre, Karen Hager (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
- Parque Explora, Marggie Riaza (Medellin, Colombia)
- Singapore Science Center, Tit Meng (TM) Lim
- Unizulu Science Centre, Derek Fish (Richards Bay, South Africa)
- WGBH, Saranya Sathananthan for Design Squad Global project (multinational)
If you have any questions about this presentation, or would like to share your own ISCSMD story, please let me know.
Walter Staveloz is ASTC’s Director of International Relations
Photo: 2017 ISCSMD at Singapore Science Centre