WHY SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY,
ENGINEERING AND MATHS?

STEM give us endless possibilities and unexpected opportunities.

We invite you on an adventure to explore the unlimited choices that this journey unveils.

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Electrical engineer

Whatever the others do, you are the one involved in developing and improving every aspect of our life. You will design and develop new electrical equipment, solves problems and tests equipment.

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Aerospace engineer

Now that moving to Mars seems like a realistic option, we will need at least two things: an aircraft and a navigation system. As an aeronautical engineer, you’ll be able to provide us with both. You are definitely the future.

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Naval architect

Being an architect is awesome, but maybe you are ready for the next step: Marine architect. All of the challenge of being an architect with the most difficult constraint: whatever you make needs to float!

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Mechanical engineer

This world of us, and probably those that are far away in the universe will all have the need to design and manufacture everything from small individual parts and devices to large systems. Mechanical engineering is perhaps the broadest and most diverse of engineering disciplines.

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From Our Blog

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Under-cover

  … covers of women and men’s magazines imagined by Editorial Board team at AHHAA Science Centre, Estonia     The girls had to image a stereotypical magazine cover for men and chose cars, tools and electrical appliances. The boys picked fashion, tuna (??) and home decoration for a magazine cover that tried too hard…

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Who’s behind the wheel?

Our young collaborators from Estonia want to challenge yet another stereotype: that women have worse driving skills than men. The headline “Women behind the wheel, accident in store? Stereotype or reality?” Their advice Accept there are good and bad drivers among all genders, and offer constructive criticism instead of assigning blame.     Stay safe from…

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JessComix or: The Trials and Tribulations of Working with Men and Robots (Ep. 4)

Episode 4: Compliments     “I’ve been told this is not the correct way to take a compliment.”   Jessica Chambers is a third-year student in the field of Robotics and Interactive Systems at the University of Toulouse, France. Follow her work on our blog and social media for a regular dose of honesty and…

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