We are Curiosta. We explore Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Maths and Making.
We are about tinkering, wondering, inventing, rethinking, designing, creating, problem solving, collaboration, brainstorming and innovating.
We hang out in the design loop and ride it round and we know that our thinking gets better when we try many integration and rely on the power of teamwork. We know that together we excel, and by connecting with others through the power of the Internet we are unstoppable.
We are interested in almost anything.: robotics, engineering, virtual and augmented reality, 3D design, electronics and circuitry, video creation, building, deconstruction, drones, life science, earth science, physical science, coding and programming, design challenges, gaming and creating art… whatever that may be.
We get amazed by simple science like the magic of drop of water, yet also crave advance technology like programming Raspberry pi and Arduino computers. We craft beauty from duct tape and program robots to follow complex code. We design catapult to study physics. We make prototype from cardboard and from 3d printers, and sometimes we make things that fail. Then, we make improvement and we learn.

We are curiosta. We are the curious one. We are the future.

Our Vision: We are currently experiencing a period of rapid technological change that is dramatically altering what skills youth will need in order to succeed in the future. We must work together to redefine what it means to be an innovator by expanding who has access to technology skills and experiences. We want the next generation of innovators to be more diverse in terms of geography, economic status, ethnicity, and gender in order to harness the full power of technology to create the best future possible for everyone.

Our Mission: To keep up the momentum of our growing economy, it is imperative to provide opportunities and facilities to our youth and empower them with these core futuristic skills – namely complex problem solving, critical thinking, creativity, people management, teamwork, emotional intelligence, judgment and decision-making, service orientation, negotiation and cognitive flexibility. And for this, training children when they are young is ideal, owing to their high levels of curiosity. Children are natural tinkerers and have a unique approach to problems