A Challenge for Science is classified as a finalist in the STEAM Euskadi Sariak Awards and receives the STEAM Euskadi seal09/05/2022 (Spain)
- The STEAM Euskadi Sariak Awards are organized by the Department of Education of the Basque Government in collaboration with the Basque Innovation Agency, Innobasque.
- A challenge for science aims to encourage scientific-technical vocations in young people by approaching the disciplines of engineering, technology and science in general.
The project "A challenge for science", by the SENER Foundation and SENER, has been classified among the twelve finalist entries in the STEAM Euskadi Sariak Awards and, consequently, has received the STEAM Euskadi seal awarded by these prizes.
The STEAM Euskadi Sariak Awards, which are celebrating their second edition, are aimed at educational centers and entities that work to inspire vocations and professional aspirations in science, technology, engineering and mathematics or to improve the scientific and technological training of students.
The evaluation team of this second edition of the STEAM Euskadi Sariak awards was formed by representatives of the Berritzegunes, Tknika, the University of Deusto, the UPV/EHU and the Basque Innovation Agency, Innobasque, and has chosen "A challenge for science" as a finalist among the 137 applications submitted.
What is 'A challenge for science'?
A challenge for science is a project of the SENER Foundation and SENER that seeks to encourage scientific-technical vocations among young people by bringing them closer to the innovation challenges that a company like SENER faces every day and how engineering and technology improve people's lives.
The project has the collaboration of the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology (FECYT) of the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation.
Some of the challenges that are posed in the schools are: promoting the circular economy of wood, improving health through engineering, reducing the carbon footprint, optimizing transportation and improving level crossings. Thus, the young participants can see first-hand how science, technology and engineering are at the service of people to improve their quality of life.