Our interdisciplinary projects take on new approaches on communicating and debating scientific topics and encourage participants of all ages to experience and explore the power of discovery, curiosity and collaboration. Centred around new technologies, art & science, circular design and science communication, our showcases present actual themes and subjects in ways that will interest audiences young and old and empower them to learn through direct experience and through critical and creative thinking.
An organization that believes in the power of collaboration, challenges and curious minds.
We develop and facilitate hands-on learning activities to support teachers in their aim of introducing science, technology and design into their classrooms and support pupils and students in “learning how to learn”. By doing this, we address the ever-growing need for STEAM Skills & Scientific Literacy as well as focus on building emotional intelligence and mental resilience in a technology-driven future. We constantly look at designing experiences and environments for tomorrow’s world of knowledge.
She is driven by the possibilities of developing projects that challenge our perception of science and that reignite our curiosity and wonder, through the use of technology, visual communication and environmental design.
With a particular interest in the development of Science Centers, Miruna specialized in scientific museology with acknowledgments from EMA, European Museum Academy.
She has been part of multiple European projects for public engagement with science and education for development and is a long time advisor board of Science Foundation of Ireland. She has an M.A in Communication and a fellowship at the International School of Scientific Journalism.