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NUITEQ Is A Silver Sponsor For Exhibition Inspired By Kid Adventure Film

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The kid adventure film, “Ensamma i rymden” (Alone in space) and the exhibition behind it, are coming to Skellefteå, Sweden, next weekend.

The screening of “Ensamma i rymden” will take place at the Nordanå Theater on the 2nd of March and will be followed by an exhibition hosted by NUITEQ’s partner Exploratoriet from the 3rd of March to the 5th of May.

Exploratoriet is a Skellefteå-based Swedish science center where children can learn more about technical and scientific professions. The goal of the Exploratoriet is to inspire future generations of technicians and engineers by showing them, through interactive experiences, that science is fun.

During the exhibition, visitors can discover the work behind the “Ensamma i rymden” film, directed and created by award-winning Skellefteå-based Ted Kjellson. Children can learn more about space, innovation, and technology through themed workshops, and test their knowledge on several large format touch screens with Snowflake MultiTeach® interactive lessons, based on the movie. Several teachers and former teachers from the NUITEQ staff will be on location to guide the kids to experience these lessons.

NUITEQ has been collaborating with the Exploratoriet since its opening days. Once again, we wanted to sponsor the center’s initiatives. Science, technology, and innovation are at the core of NUITEQ and promoting them to the next generations in a fun way, as Exploratoriet does deserve all our support.

We’re proud to be a Silver Sponsor for this exciting event. We love to support and give back to local initiatives that we are passionate about. With our support, we hope to inspire more kids to become interested in science and technology.”, says NUITEQ’s CEO and co-founder Harry van der Veen

Learn more about the film and exhibition and how you can attend the exhibition, on the Exploratoriet website.

If you also have or know of a fun event or project that is coming up, we’d love to hear about it.

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