Teaching game can change math education

Digital teaching tools are becoming much more common in school but few are scientifically tested. With the help of a new teaching game, the students at a school in Landskrona (Sweden) achieved to raise their math results from far below the national average, to high above – in just 6 months. This is an English translation from the original article by Lunds University. See original article (in Swedish) here > Scientific EdTech is a startup currently in the Ideon Science Park incubator called Ideon Innovation. Dammhagskolan in Landskrona tested the research-based game by letting students...

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Looking for a new challenge? Join us at the ICT Job Fair

On March 30th the Employment Agency, Lund Municipality and Ideon Science Park are hosting their tenth ICT Job Fair. Do you need new competences to your company? We invite you to an event where you can easily and smoothly find new employees! Time: Thursday 30th of...

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A road sign that tells you when it has fallen down

Mats Lindoff from Combain started the first Smart Cities Square where he talked about connected devices in the smart city. As it was hosted at Mobile Heights Center, there were many questions and thoughts on which technology is the best to use for connected...

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Practice your pitch with Ideon Innovation

Get up on stage and pitch your idea, dream, thought - anything is welcome. The audience will give you instant and valuable feedback so that you'll be able to improve your pitch. The winner gets a SEK 1 000 prize! Pitcher’s Corner is organized by Ideon Innovation,...

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