The MINT:labs Science City Itzling was awarded the sponsorship prize for a project specialized for children and young people by the city of Salzburg.
The prize, worth 6,000 Euros honors the team around Arne Bathke (PLUS) and Siegfried Reich (Salzburg Research) who initiated the interdisciplinary pilot project MINT:labs.
The aim of the MINT:labs is to make children and young people enthusiastic about science and technology in the long term. Through interactive communication formats, they get to know the diverse training opportunities in Science City Itzling and discover new professional fields.
The MINT:labs Sceicne City Itzling are representitive for the cooperation between the faculties of chemistry and physics, computer sciences, mathematics, the interfaculty department of Applied Geoinformatics with the iDEAS:lab, the Center for Human- Computer Interaction, the Schol of Education and Salzburg Research.
Further information about MINT:labs: www.mintlabs.at