Days of Science – Night of Researchers

Description of the programme/policy

Days of Science – Night of Researchers are events organised in many cities and institutions around the world to promote science and research among the general public. These are usually annual events that include various activities such as lectures, workshops, exhibitions, demonstrations, and other interactive activities that allow visitors to learn about scientific research and experiments. The Night of Researchers is specifically aimed at young people, children, and families to encourage them to become interested in science and technology.

Main objective of the programme/policy

The main objectives of the Days of Science – Night of Researchers are to promote science and research, to raise awareness about the importance of science and technology, and to inspire young people to pursue careers in science. Additionally, the events aim to provide opportunities for scientists and researchers to share their work with the wider public and to engage in dialogue with them. They also seek to promote scientific literacy and critical thinking, as well as to increase public trust in science and scientific institutions. Overall, the Days of Science – Night of Researchers play an important role in fostering a culture of science and innovation, and in promoting the value of scientific research to society.

Specific objective of the programme/policy

  1. Promoting scientific literacy and inspiring the public to take an interest in science and technology.
  2. Presenting the latest scientific discoveries and innovations in an interactive and easily understandable way that can motivate the audience to engage in scientific research.
  3. Encouraging young people, especially children and students, to engage in scientific disciplines and careers, and to be prepared for future jobs in the field of science and technology.
  4. Creating a platform for the exchange of ideas and experiences between scientists, researchers, academics, and the public, which will contribute to a better understanding of the role of science in the modern world.
  5. Promoting a multidisciplinary approach to scientific research, which involves collaboration and linking scientists and researchers from different fields.”

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