Monthly Archives: December 2015

The Normalcy Curve

Dr. Wanda Diaz is a sight-impaired astrophysicist who uses sound for conducting Astronomy research instead of visual information. She is currently a visiting fellow at the OAD, working on tools and methods to assist people with different learning styles to learn, enjoy and contribute to Science. She wrote this post for the ‘Women in Astronomoy’ […]

update: Final report

This educational project was coordinated by the Innovation Centre Mill of Knowledge (CNMW) and New Space Foundation. The aim of the project was to popularize knowledge about astronomy among children and youth from Toruń and Kuyavian-Pomeranian voivodship. In the period from June to July 2014, experienced educators visited 20 branches in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship. A total of […]


This project is devoted to make a cross check between the signs in different part of the Globe and also detect the missing terms and, if it is possible, try to choose only one sign for all the deaf people on the world. At this moment we are translating to the English the book by […]

Open Meetings

Astronomy for Development is inherently a global idea, cutting across all geographical and most human barriers. It has been steadily gaining momentum over the past few years. With the establishment of Regional Offices across the globe, there are more stakeholders than ever before. It is now critical to stick to the bottom-up approach to include a diverse range […]