Participate in the most pioneering STEAM education project in the world

Phase 1 (All Schools)

Sept 2019- Feb 2020

The participants in the investigation will carry out tests in the laboratory with the objective of analyzing the evidence gathered at the simulated crime scene. Through the platform ´Moodle´ they will be able to share and discuss the information obtained with other participating students from around the world. The project is aimed at students from 15-17 years old.


In phase one the teams will be formed from students at the same school. These teams will then go on to share, discuss and learn from each other throughout their investigation with other teams from different schools.

  • Soil analysis
  • Hair and fiber analysis
  • Glass and plastic analysis
  • Revealing latent fingerprints
Ocular inspection
  • Crime Scene assessment report
  • Plan of the crime scene
  • Collection of evidence
  • Crime scene photos
  • Introduce yourself
  • Forensic science
  • Theory before data
  • Crime scene information
  • The Forensic Science Unit
  • Evidence collection
  • History, Culture & Arts
  • Royal Courts of Justice

Phase 2 (Optional)

March 23rd to 27th 2020

Each team will prepare a research paper and give a presentation to defend their conclusions in the Faculty of Science and Technology at the University of the Basque Country.


The students who are taking part in Phase 2 of the project will be hosted by students and their families from schools in the Basque Country. The teachers who accompany them will be hosted by teachers from these schools. Food and transfer to and from the airport will be included.

  • Abstract
  • Introduction
  • Development
  • Conclusion
Exposition (23-26th March 2020)
  • Scientific rigor
  • Communication skills
  • Presentation Quality
  • Deal with questions
  • Power Point
  • Video
  • Pictures
  • Documents
Graduation (27th March 2020)
  • Presentation
  • Conference
  • Presentation of Diplomas
  • Give thanks