Horizon 2020
The EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation

The 'Science is wonder-ful' event is approaching!

Free and open to the public, the 'Science is wonder-ful' event aims to stimulate interest in and curiosity for science and research through a set of ‘edutainment’ activities, challenge the communication skills of the researchers present at the event, and bring together the researcher community with the public at large.
The 'Science is wonder-ful' event is approaching!
Date: 
From 25/09/2017 to 27/09/2017
Venue: 
Brussels, Belgium

This 2017 'Science is wonder-ful!' event in Brussels will present some novelties with respect to the previous edition. Indeed, the main event is split into two main activities: the 1st Falling Walls Lab - Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions on 25 September at the House of European History and the European Researchers' Night in the Parlamentarium, on 26 and 27 September with a myriad of activities to all as a launch event to kick off the 2017 European Researchers' Night around Europe.

Where fun meets science:

During the European Researchers' Night event you will have the possibility to meet EU funded projects and researchers in different domains in and outside the venue during 2 days. Be engaged in science and research!

As MSCA, the event will be open to all domains bringing research to the public through hands-on experiments and many other sorts of activities for all. Live experiments, face-to-face chats with current researchers, a trip through the European Union integration, the 100.000th Fellows Award Ceremony and a debate, will be only some of what will be on offer at this event on 26 and 27 September organised by the European Commission and the European Parliament in Brussels.

Bus facilities are available for all Belgian schools interested. First come, first served!

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