Step into the world of science to meet the people behind the experiments and learn more about our science resources and projects at the European Researcher's Night.
Join us at our stand and find out about our longest running international competition for science communication - FameLab - directly from former participants. They will inspire us with their passion for science, techology, maths, medicine, engineering and the way they talk about a science concept in a easy-to-understand and clear manner.
Our teachers will introduce you to the world of science through our interactive activities in English.
Our partners from SOMS will introduce us into the subtle and fascinating universe of biomechanical sciences, while our friends from LearningHUB and Wow Lab have prepared interactive activities for children and will tell us more about the courses and workshop they develop.
|When||Friday 29 September, 17:00-22:00|
About the European Researcher’s Night 2017
The European Researcher’s Night is part of a series of Marie Skłodowska-Curie events and aims to show the public what being a researcher means and how interesting the research work can be. It takes place every year simultaneously in about 300 cities all over Europe and beyond and since 2005 has attracted over 1.5 million visitors.
The event offers scientists the chance to connect with the audience, and the visitors a chance to discover the world of science and the people behind the experiments.
This European Researchers' Night project is funded by the European Commission under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions.