InterLynk partners with Scientix to enhance science education in Europe

This partnership aims to inspire and educate children about the wonders of regenerative medicine through our innovative educational video game, "Tissue Trek: The InterLynk Scaffold Safari." Designed for kids aged 9 and above, the game teaches about the fascinating field of regenerative medicine, the groundbreaking work of the InterLynk project, and the vital support from the European Union.

Scientix: A Hub for Science Education in Europe

Scientix is the leading community for science education in Europe. Its mission is to promote and support a Europe-wide collaboration among STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) teachers, education researchers, policymakers, and other educational stakeholders. By fostering this collaboration, Scientix aims to inspire students to pursue careers in STEM fields.

Launched in 2010, the project was initiated by the European Commission and has been coordinated by the European Schoolnet since its inception. The European Schoolnet is a Brussels-based consortium of 34 Ministries of Education in Europe and a driving force for innovation in teaching and learning, promoting pan-European collaboration between schools and teachers.

A Synergistic Partnership for Real-Time Science Learning

The partnership between InterLynk and Scientix unites their strengths to deliver real-time scientific advancements to schools and young people. Through "Tissue Trek: The InterLynk Scaffold Safari," students can learn about regenerative medicine as it unfolds in real time, gaining insights into how this cutting-edge science can transform healthcare.

This collaboration exemplifies how educational initiatives can bridge the gap between complex scientific research and accessible learning experiences for young students. Together, InterLynk and Scientix are paving the way for a new generation of scientists, equipped with the knowledge and inspiration to pursue careers in STEM fields.

For more information about Scientix and its initiatives, visit their website and join the community dedicated to advancing science education in Europe.

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