Initiated by the Institute under the auspices of the Turkish Presidency, Scientific and Academic Cooperation of Turkey Project (TABIP) organizes various programs for creative individuals to apply new ideas and for young scientists to connect with each other.
Mobile Mathematics Museum set off from Ankara on February 1st, 2018, to reach young and creative individuals and stopped over at Aydın Thales Mathematics Museum, one of Europe's most comprehensive mathematics museums.
Mobile Mathematics Museum is one of Institute's scientific projects that aims to educate new scientists and to teach mathematics by integrating it with social life.
Our target is to reach nearly 45 thousand children between ages 6-18 years with the project that initially targets Syrian children that are under protection in the temporary shelters in Turkey.
With 35 special mathematical formula stations, Mobile Mathematics Museum offers children a distinct reality experience to improve their mathematical skills. With its expert teaching staff, Mobile Mathematics Museum organizes various programs.
Mobile Mathematics Museum that stopped over at Adana Sarıçam Temporary Shelter regarded as the world's largest container city; and will meet with children in Osmaniye, Hatay, Gaziantep, Kahramanmaraş, Şanlıurfa, Mardin, Adıyaman, Malatya and Ankara.
THE SCIENTIFIC AND ACADEMIC COOPERATION OF TURKEY PROJECT (TABIP)
Yunus Emre Institute carries out operations to promote Turkey's capacity and means in the scientific, academic and technological fields to the world and to generate interaction strategies. With the Scientific and Academic Cooperation of Turkey Project (TABIP) initiated under the auspices of Turkish Presidency, science diplomacy activities are carried out.