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Fostering Social Inclusion and Multilingualism through Science with Native Scientist

Joana Moscoso, in addition to being a biologist, researcher and scientist, is the creator of the Native Scientific project, responsible for bringing science education to the schools of young inmigrants in order to improve their integration in a country they do not know. Thanks to this, Moscoso has become one of the winners of Innovators under 35 in Europe of MIT Technology. Here is her interview. Joana, tell us how was Native Scientist born and what is the philosophy behind it. I grew up in small village in the North of Portugal, with no exposure to science, scientists or even...
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