For many kids, natural science is synonymous with boredom and bad grades. They are told time and time again that science is useful and important, but rarely experience it as something exciting. This bad reputation made Norwegian biochemist Hanne Finstad dedicate herself to social entrepreneurship and create Forskerfabrikken (the Scientist Factory). The company offers children practical science courses after school and during holidays all across Norway with the goal of making science a normal hobby just like sports, music or dance. Cooperation with bigger actors have been key to Forskerfabrikken’s growth.