Dozens of thematic booths and researchers will welcome the public with experiments, performances, demonstration activities, games and interactive workshops to bring the general public of all ages closer to science topics in a simple and engaging way.
This year’s patron of honor is Marie Curie, a world-renowned scientist and the only woman to have won two Nobel Prizes, one for Physics and one for Chemistry, as a demonstration of her multidisciplinary approach to science.
Collaboration is the keyword of NET – scieNcE Together, which has enabled the creation of a partnership of excellence made up of Research Institutions and Universities: CNR (project coordinator), ENEA, INAF, INFN, INGV, ISPRA, ISS, CINECA, University of Rome “Tor Vergata,” Sapienza University of Rome, University of Tuscia, Telematic University UNINETTUNO, and Enrico Fermi Research Center.
🔎Find out the full program at NET Village: https://www.scienzainsieme.it/notte-europea-dei-ricercatori/roma2023/
All events are free but reservations are recommended.