Festival scienza genova 2017
- IMAGINARY at Festival della Scienza
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- 15° edition "Festival della Scienza" (Science festival)
IMAGINARY at Festival della Scienza
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The live will be enriched by live performances of the italian artist David Riondino. Event Starter Kit Find an event. It conducts theoretical and experimental research in the fields of subnuclear, nuclear and astroparticle physics. Fundamental research in these areas requires the use of cutting-edge technology and instruments, developed by the INFN at its own laboratories and in collaboration with industries. Groups from the Universities of Rome, Padua, Turin, and Milan founded the INFN on 8thAugust to uphold and develop the scientific tradition established during the s by Enrico Fermi and his school, with their theoretical and experimental research in nuclear physics. In the latter half of the s the INFN designed and built the first Italian accelerator, the electron synchrotron developed in Frascati, where its first national laboratory was set up.
An event for everybody: meetings, workshops, shows and conferences to tell science in a new, engaging way, crossing over traditional subject boundaries. The Science Festival event lasts 11 days and takes place in many spots around the city. During the first two weeks of October, the city of Bergamo become an epicentre of scientific and technological knowledge that has global reverberations. Talks, exhibits, workshops, shows and much more unveil the latest and greatest in science and strengthen the relationship between science and an aware and informed citizenship. The Pint of Science festival PoS aims to deliver talks on the latest science research in an accessible format to the public — mainly across bars and pubs. This event is run mainly by volunteers and was established in England by a community of postgraduate and postdoctoral researchers in Since , it takes place each year on the last Friday in September.
DARK MATTER, INFN Facebook Live
Ha avuto Vengono ideate le proposte di exhibit interattivi originali — da Semplice e Complesso a Le Meraviglie della Scienza — che arriveranno a rappresentare una cifra caratteristica del Festival, e un modello esportato con successo in tutto il mondo .
In this event, PhD students will be both cornerstone actors for the popularisation of fundamental research, and the beneficiary of high-level scholar training events beyond scientific and technological fields, delivered as invited talks by a number of eminent speakers. The experience they have accumulated in both fundamental and applied research will enable them to act as ambassadors of science and technology and popularise a variety of different topics in areas as diverse as Photonics, Organic and Supramolecular Chemistry, Photophysics, and Organic Electronics, that are set to become ever more pervasive in our society, but whose awareness might not be fully perceived by the public yet. The seminar session of PRESENCE will illustrate a wealth of perspectives and opportunities arising from science and technology and of acute relevance and mostly unexpected to PhD students and general public alike. The aim will be to trigger far-ranging discussions on science popularisation, novel writing, school employments, and international scientific policy, with huge implications for the role of science and technology in our society, by leveraging the professional and personal experience of the following eminent invited speakers. Piersandro Pallavicini Chemistry and storytelling: removing stereotypes, injecting beauty Armida Torreggiani Making science popular:…mission possible for students! Marilena Carnasciali Teaching and Research: the Contact!
This landmark event in science communication is at its 15th edition, and counts events arround Genoa. We also included exhibits which were first shown in Edinburgh at Birlliant Geometry. This part illustrates stereographic projection using rays of light projecting through various 3D models on nearby walls. Visitors can rotate the models around, seeing how the distortion of the projection changes. The Stereographic projection globe by Henry Segerman. Submitted by Alexandru Const
15° edition "Festival della Scienza" (Science festival)