Geel (BE) - 07/10/12
IRMM Open Day 2012
Don’t miss the chance on Sunday 7 October 2012 to visit the Institute for Reference Materials and Measurements (IRMM) in Geel, Belgium. The IRMM is one of the seven institutes of the Joint Research Centre – the European Commission’s in-house science service.
Visitors can learn about the world of measurement science by performing fun, interactive experiments, including extracting DNA from a kiwi, exploring the nano-scale or pitting the human senses against our sophisticated detection equipment.
Visitors can also enjoy a guided tour of our linear accelerator – a unique research facility in the world that is rarely open to the public. A ‘must’ for those with a passion for physics!
Don’t miss the 2012 edition of JRC’s open door day in Geel, Belgium – an excellent day out for all the family!
Online registration between 12 September and 5 October is obligatory
(click 'Reserveer hier je bezoek'). English speakers can then select either Dutch or French, as both modules include an English translation
See the video of 2010 Open day