The Boeing Company, a strategic partner of FIRST Scandinavia on the Newton concept since 2013, has invested $5M USD to bring Newton across Europe.
Today the Newton Mobile Room opened in Neu-Isenbug in Germany.
In collaboration with our partners we have decided to postpone the Newton International Conference indefinitely
The Mobile Newton Room has arrived in Germany and is accepting class reservations. Sign up to experience the Newton Concept!
Two successful Newton Rooms in Scotland have opened the door for more.
Visitors to the Pop-up Newton Room in Lodz, Poland logged 5269 hours in the air using flight simulators, and the principal is thrilled.
For three weeks over 1,197 people participated in the Newton learning experience in Spain.
Nov 5th a Pop-up Newton classroom opened in Lodz University of Technology High School.
Lugo, 21 of October 2019 – Boeing and FIRST Scandinavia celebrated today the launch of the Mobile Newton classroom in the Spanish city of Lugo (Galicia). The…
On Nov 5th – 24th the Lodz University of Technology High School in Poland will host the Pop-up Newton Room, a STEM classroom.
Are you a teacher and want a more practical approach to science? Bring your students to a Newton Room.
The unique Mobile Newton Room, a portable science classroom is going on tour! In close collaboration with Boeing, FIRST Scandinavia are presenting the Mobile Newton…
The UK's first Scandinavian-style learning centre, known as a Newton Room, has been opened in Caithness.
A key component of the Newton expansion is our innovative Mobile Newton Room, a portable package of flight simulator panels and educational materials used to create…
Work is underway in Fort William to create one of Scotland’s first Norwegian style learning centers: a…
Newton Room will be present at the 2019 Bett show in London, Jan 23-26.
Through practical learning activities, and the opportunity to fly in realistic flight simulators, visitors to Newton Flight Academy get a unique insight into the…
The Newton concept, developed in Norway since 2004, has proven itself well enough to expand outside of Norwegian borders.