Researchers turn into super heroes with the Science Week: 7 days of events for all ages, young and old scheduled in different cities of Italy. It will end on 29 September with the European Researchers' Night, which will involve thousands of researchers, whose goal is to transmit the passion for science and bring the public closer to the world of research.
To kick off the Science Week are the Super Researchers, the researchers who with their super powers – science – are daily engaged in defending the planet, one of the great enemies is climate change who have gathered at the former Latin paper mill in Rome and give a symbolic way to dozens of other activities throughout Italy.
"Today more than ever there is a need to re-establish connection and trust between those who produce science and those who benefit from it: all of us", said physicist Matteo Martini, president of Frascati Scienza, which also organizes the European Leaf Researchers' Night and which will involve researchers in 29 cities and a program of 34 initiatives on September 400.
At the opening party, participants will be able to help researchers find solutions to climate change up to explore the Moon, also accompanied by researchers from Rome Tor Vergata and Crea. The coming one is a whole week of activities, from Matera to Trento, from Sassari to Cassino, with many initiatives that will culminate on September 29th, with the now traditional European Researchers' Night promoted by the European Commission in all European countries and which includes thousands of initiatives only in Italy, organized by 8 major projects that in turn involve research centers, universities, hospitals and associations of various kinds: Bright Night, Leaf, Sharper, Society, Streets, SuperScienceMe, U-Night and BlueNights.
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