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Day 1: 15 Nov.

10:20-11:00 Keynote Session
11:30-12:45 Parallel Session

A-3: Picture Happiness on Earth: An International Collaboration for the Promotion of STEAM Education

A-5: Collective Engagement: How Innovation and Partnerships are Reshaping Engagement

A-6: Developing Science Centres in Africa for Equality of Opportunity and Global Sustainability

A-7: Unique Perspectives on Quality and Inclusive Science Education for All

14:00-15:15 Parallel Session

B-1: Can Eco and Edutourism help Science Centres Become More Sustainable?

B-2: Sustainable Energy Futures: Science Centres/Museums Glocally Approaching a Multifaceted Key Challenge

B-3: Connecting and Empowering Youth

B-4: Connecting and Empowering Youth

B-5: Creative Informatics for the Earth

B-6: The Future of Fulldome – An Open Dialogue

B-7: Gender Equality and Reduced Inequalities

15:30-16:45 Half Plenary Session

1: Systems Thinking for Sustainability

2: Science Centres and Global Sustainability - What's the Plan?

16:45-17:30 Poster Session

1-2: Youth Engagement in Climate Change: Empowering a Generation of Leaders

1-4: Freshwater Resources and Urban Sustainability - How We Participate

1-7: Living with Mosquito: The Exhibition

1-8: Science and Technology for a Sustainable Future of Peru

1-9: Working Together for a Shared Vision

1-10: Increasing Public Awareness and Knowledge on Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) in Japan

1-11&1-12 The World Biotech Tour: An International Cohort of Youth Science Advocates

17:45-18:45 Special Session

The Tokyo Protocol: Our Global Plan for Local Action

Day 2: 16 Nov.

9:00-9:35 Keynote Speech
9:35-10:10 Keynote Speech
10:10-10:55 Poster Session

2-2: Robotics Competition with a Twist

2-3: Water - the Sustainable Future among People with Disabilities

2-4: New Approach of Collaboration with Industry

2-7: Food Science Programme with Special Tasting at Local Science Museums

2-8: Students’ Learning Outcomes of the Gakugei-in (Curator) Qualification Programme in Japan

10:55-12:10 Parallel Session

C-1: Awareness to Actions! - Global Changes and Future Earth

C-2: Visualising STEAM Data in Support of Smart Decision Making

C-3: How are Current Digital Technologies Changing the Way We Learn?

C-4: Beyond Numbers: Towards a Broader Definition of Economic Impact

C-5: Do I Belong? Identity and Diversity Issues in Science Centres

C-6: How Philosophy is the Future of Science Centres

C-7: Interpreting and Advocating for Sustainable Technology and Innovation

13:25-14:25 Special Session by ASPAC

Our Next Vision -- Insight for Economic Growth and Sustainability

14:40-15:55 Parallel Session

D-1: Communicating Natural Disasters, Man-made Hazards and Risks

D-2: Water Sustainability – Collaboration between Science Centres and Public Bodies

D-3: Science Centres and Formal Schools Transforming Science Education Globally through Co-design

D-4: Open Doors for Global Sustainable Activities: Collaboration Between Industry and Science Centres

D-5: How Do We Visualise the Social and Personal Engagement with Science?

D-6: Science, Politics and Social Media

D-7: How Science Centres Contribute to the Sustainable Future of Cities

16:25-17:40 Plenary Session

Co-design in Science and Technology

Day 3: 17 Nov.

9:00-9:35 Keynote Speech
9:35-10:10 Keynote Session
10:40-11:55 Plenary Session

When Do Museums Make a Difference?

13:10-14:25 Parallel Session

E-1: Co-design of the Global STI Ecosystem for SDGs; Expected Role of Science Centres/Museums

E-2: Communicating Big Science

E-3: Science Centres for 2026 and Beyond.

E4: Diverse Audiences' Impact

E-5: Connecting Socially and Educationally Vulnerable People with Science and Education

E-6: Partnerships for the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

14:25-15:10 Poster Session

3-1: Public-friendly Access to Genome Editing as a Plant Breeding Technology

3-3: Communicating Science During Public Celebration Days

3-4: Designing for Experience-Centred Exhibit in Science Centres

3-5: Development and Dissemination of Information Technology Guidelines for Promoting Japanese-style Wellbeing

3-10: Behind the Selfie Phenomenon

3-11: Science Communication: Making Science Meaningful for University Students

15:10-16:10 Summary Session