We believe that by encouraging the intersection between technology, art and design we can help create innovative, effective, and sustainable solutions for education and social change. We support creative contexts that bring together artists and scientists, designers, architects, engineers and entrepreneurs in new forms of dialogue.
We constantly look at designing experiences and exhibits for tomorrow’s world of knowledge. Therefore we are crazy passionate about developing new types of Science Centers and STEAM engagement platforms.
Reflexive Engagement? How to give rise to new thought processes? How to nurture creative and critical thinking about the way that new developments are shaping our society? What are the skills required in order to make the public voices really count? What are the future interfaces of formal and informal learning?
We are curious and inqusitive. Interested in novel ways that bring people closer to scientific knowledge, encouraging conversations and the ability to think differently.
We never settle. We want to engage, excite, and craft inspired experiences. We’re always on the search for unconventional methodologies or collaborations in order to develop new forms for science communication and stage complex contents.
Management & International Affairs
Miruna is a science communicator, curator and the founder of Scientifica.
She is driven by the possibilities of developing projects that challenge our perception of science and that reignite our curiosity and wonder, through the use of technology, visual communication and environmental design.
With a particular interest in the development of Science Centers, Miruna specialized in scientific museology with acknowledgments from EMA, European Museum Academy.
She has been part of multiple European projects for public engagement with science and education for development and is a long time advisor board of Science Foundation of Ireland. She has an M.A in Communication and a fellowship at the International School of Scientific Journalism.
As a designer working across different disciplines and media, Miruna has a M.E. in Mechanical Engineering and a M.A. in Museology & Exhibition Design.
She has been living and working in Germany as a Concept Developer and Designer for Scenographic Productions in museums and exhibitions at TAMSCHICK MEDIA +SPACE, Berlin, and at ATELIER BRÜCKNER, Stuttgart for the Concept implementation and content management for The Archive Exhibition, King Abdulaziz Center of World Culture, Saudi Arabia.
She is also the founder of Boundary Lab, a creative studio, experimenting with material and immaterial boundaries.
Development & Strategy
Marius has over 10 years experience in software development, both SME and enterprise environments, with various roles: developer, support, technical lead and project management. In the past 6 years has been involved, as part time collaborator, in teaching laboratories sessions at the UTCN.
Starting with 2012 he has been active in local community projects like: editor for Today Software Magazine; start- up community events and technical hackathons where he served as both attendee, reporter, mentor and judge;
With a focus on alternative education he is involved in projects like Restart-Edu and Fondul Stiintescu. In the past 3 years he’s been in the management team of two successful local start-ups: Epistemio and OnyxBeacon.