European Space Talk 2019

European Space Talk 2019

European Space Talk 2019

Year: 2019

Type: Public Lecture

Organization: Space is More, Wrocław University of Science and Technology, European Space Talk

 

European Space Talk is an initiative of the European Space Agency aimed at disseminating information on space by scientists, engineers, businessmen and space enthusiasts. It is a series of lectures held throughout Europe, which can be organized by anyone. Space is More organized one such event during which the topic was Through Wrocław to European Space Agency: The stories of  female graduates of Wrocław universities.

Uniwersytet Dzieci (2015-2019)

Uniwersytet Dzieci (2015-2019)

Uniwersytet Dzieci (2015-2019)

Year: 2015-2019

Type: Lectures and Workshops with kids and youth

Team: Joanna Kuźma, Leszek Orzechowski, Aleksander Gorgolewski, Szymon Gryś

Topics: robotics, stratospheric balloons, space architecture, science and physics experiments, 3D printing 

Uniwersytet Dzieci is the first children’s university in Poland. Classes are conducted in the form of workshops for children aged 6-16. The goal is to awaken children’s curiosity and creativity. During the classes, teamwork is one of the most important elements. Children can choose from workshops from various fields, including robotics, space, ecology, photography, programming etc.

Space is More cooperated with the Uniwersytet Dzieci in Olsztyn and Wrocław conducting a series of author’s workshops on the design of stratospheric missions and robotics and giving lectures about space.

Festiwal Przemiany 2017

Festiwal Przemiany 2017

Festiwal Przemiany 2017

Year: 2017

Type: Public speaking and exhibition

Team: Space is More, DREAM team

Organization: Festiwal Przemian, Centrum Nauki Kopernik

Links: organizer

Topics presented: 3D-printing in space and asteroid and space mining

Festiwal Przemiany (The Festival of Change) is a cyclical festival taking place in one of the largest science museums in Poland.

The festival addresses the topic of changes around us, whose main feature is interdisciplinary and looking at a given problem from different perspectives. The festival aims to confront different ideas and points of view. In 2017, the festival’s slogan was “Who owns Space?”

The festival took up the subject of space exploration in the context of new economic models and technologies that prepare the ground for projects such as asteroids mining, settlement of Mars or humans health in Space.