Science in School

Science in School, a new journal freely available to European science teachers, is published quarterly by EIROforum.

In the week beginning 15 July 2006, the second Euroscience Open Forum (ESOF 2006) welcomed over 2100 participants from 58 countries to Munich, Germany. JET as a key part of European fusion research was represented on three different occasions:

  • In a round table seminar on 16 July 2006 “Fusion research: bringing the Sun down to Earth”, organised by Alexander Bradshaw (IPP Garching) and hosted by Jérôme Paméla (EFDA Leader), Thomas Klinger (IPP Greifswald), Günter Janeschitz (FZ Karlsruhe), Nadine Baluc (CRPP Lausanne) and Thomas Hamacher (IPP Garching).
  • In the ESOF Exhibition area as one of the partners of the EIROforum partnership. EIROforum is a co-operation between seven European Intergovernmental Research Organisations, see
  • In the live video conference on 17 July 2006, which was again organised under the auspices of EIROforum. The ESOF participants had an opportunity to watch and talk to scientists working at four different places: CERN in Geneva, ESO in Chile, EMBL-ILLESRF in Grenoble and EFDA JET in Culham.