National STEM platform

Turkish STEM Alliance

Turkish STEM Alliance, founded in 2015, is an independent body of network for promoting  public engagement with Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). It unites STEM practitioners, researchers, policy makers and public to enhance the quality of STEM education and broaden participation in STEM. Turkish STEM Alliance consists of several different  members from science centers, science museums, PD centers, NGOs, STEM centers, companies, research centers and public organizations.


The Swiss Academy of Engineering Sciences (SATW) is the most important network of experts for engineering sciences in Switzerland and is in contact with the highest Swiss bodies for science, politics and industry. The network is comprised of selected individual members, member organisations and experts.


On behalf of the federation, SATW identifies industrially relevant technological developments and informs politics and society about their importance and consequences. As a unique expert organisation with high credibility, it conveys independent and objective information on technology – as the basis for establishing well-founded opinions. SATW also promotes the interests and understanding of technology in the population, including young people in particular. It is politically independent and non-commercial.

Nat. Centre for Science Recruitment

The National Centre for Science Recruitment is the Ministry of Education and Research’s national resource centre for recruitment to science and technology subjects. The centre works with everyone involved in recruitment to science and technology. The National Centre for Science Recruitment (NSR) is an administrative agency of the Ministry of Education and Research.

STEM Learning

STEM Learning operates the National STEM Learning Network - the largest provider of STEM education and careers support to schools, colleges and other groups working with young people across the UK. Supported by a unique partnership of government, charitable trusts and employers, the Network is dedicated to raising young people’s engagement and achievement in STEM, and increasing the numbers of young people progressing in STEM studies and into STEM-related careers post-16. We provide teachers, school technicians and others working with young people with STEM-specific, career-long professional development; access to free of charge, curriculum linked resources, STEM Ambassadors and STEM Clubs support; and a wide range of engaging activities with proven impact on outcomes for young people. We also work with employers of all sizes to help them maximize the return they get from their investment in working with young people, teachers and schools.

CSR Ukraine

Founded in 2008, the Centre for CSR Development Ukraine is a non-profit expert organisation in corporate social responsibility. CSR Ukraine has 4 priority areas: CSR in conflict times, business-universities-schools cooperation, social responsibility of municipalities and state-owned companies.Within the priority area of "business-universities schools cooperation" CSR Ukraine works on STEM projects. In 2015 CSR established a National STEM Coalition with 20 member organisations (Universities, schools, companies and research institutes).


LUMA Centre Finland is the network for 13 regional LUMA centres within Finnish universities. The network ensures a national and international collaborative ecosystem to develop mathematics, science and technology education by providing activities and accessible resources throughout the country. The current LUMA ecosystem is a social innovation in which universities, schools, teachers, students, guardians, and industry are collaborating to engage all children and young people from age 3 to 19 in math, science, and technology and supporting research-oriented teachers at all levels for life-long learning. The LUMA Centre Finland promotes and fosters both national and international collaboration between educational institutions from kindergarten to universities, the business sector, educational administration, science museums and centers, teachers’ associations, and the media, as well as all other relevant organizations. The aim of the LUMA is mathematics, science and technology for all. The activities of LUMA Centre Finland reach altogether 400 000 persons (children, youth, guardians and teachers) each year.

Flemish STEM Platform

The STEM platform is an independent group that advises the STEM Steering Committee and the government of Flanders about the STEM Action Plan. The members of the STEM Platform are appointed by the government based on their expertise and their ability to create a broad support base for STEM. These members share the concerns about the too short amount of youngsters that are interested in STEM studies and are willing to share their knowledge, experience and network in order to meet the set goals of the STEM Platform. They do so by giving advice and suggest priorities for the STEM Steering Committee.

Estonian Research Council

The aim of the Estonian Research Council (ETAg) is to support the development and implementation of the national research, development and innovation policies in an efficient way, and to strengthen the social and economic impact and synergy of research and innovation. Amongst other responsibilities, the Estonian Research Council is the coordinating body of the Reseach and Technology Pact – a cooperation agreement between various partners to allow an increase in the popularity of STEM among the youth and society in general, to raise the quality of the education and the appreciation for work in these areas. ETAg invites stakeholders to participate in the initiative and helps schools of general education and companies to find each other and cooperate.


Astra is the national Centre for Learning in Science, Technology and Health in Denmark, established by Law in 2009. Our contribution to society is to strengthen and develop science learning so we train a new generation with strong science competencies. Our vision is that all children and young people achieve science skills that will enable them to express themselves as creative and critical citizens


The National Platform Science & Technology (PBT) has been commissioned by the Dutch government, the education and the business sectors to ensure sufficient availability of people who have a background in scientific or technical education. This approach has been formulated in the Deltaplan Science & Technology, a policy document on how to prevent shortages in the technology sector. The aims: (1) to achieve a structural increase of pupils and students in scientific and technical education, and (2) to use existing talent more effectively in businesses and research institutes. The goal is not only making careers in science more appealing, but also to introduce educational innovations that will inspire and challenge young people.

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