PartnersCooperation – scientific consortium


1.   Research partners

  • Science institutions conducting research on learning sciences

2.   Commercial partners

  • Companies operating in the field of new technologies – developing educational tools within IoT, VR, AR, mobile phone apps
  • Companies working on the development of educational formats – workshops, training

3.   Social partners

  • Local governments
  • Non-profit sector organisations


Objectives of the scientific consortium

  • Create complementary, standardised research tools enabling a diagnosis of the real availability of educational products for learners with various social and psychological backgrounds.
  • Develop – in interdisciplinary research teams – knowledge about learning sciences based on the latest methodology and research techniques.
  • Develop innovative educational products that use the potential of new technologies, and increase their accessibility through commercialisation.
  • Develop innovative educational methods (e.g. formats of workshops and classes) and extend their range taking into account diverse target groups (children, teenagers, adults).
  • Increase the scale of activity and generate revenue from R&D activity through commercialisation. 


  • Cooperation with leading science institutions in the field of learning sciences.
  • Participation in the CRH’s R&D works
  • Opportunity to cooperate with the Copernicus Science Centre in terms of selected and jointly designed educational products and services introduced to the market.
  • Possibility of joint fundraising for the purpose of research or co-funding of development works.
  • Profit distribution – depending on the product and a given partner’s contribution in its development and introduction on the market.
  • Joint promotion of marketed products and results of conducted research and studies.
  • Space for fast prototyping and testing products with the participation of the CSC visitors.
  • Opportunity to conduct interdisciplinary research with the participation of other partners.
  • Equipment financed within the project can be adjusted to the partners’ requirements and their development needs (ownership of infrastructure on the part of the CSC).
  • Possibility to use the research infrastructure on preferential terms in the case of financial contribution exceeding 10% of qualified costs (i.e. free within a limited time frame).