23 September 2005, 19.00-24.00
Ciência Viva – National Agency for Scientific and Technological Culture
Ciência Viva, the Portuguese Agency for Scientific and Technological Culture, is organising a number of exciting activities, for all audiences, to be held in its Lisbon science centre, the ‘Pavilhão do Conhecimento’ (Knowledge Pavilion) on 23 September 2005. Activities will take place from 19.00 until midnight.
19.00-22.00: Guided tours of temporary exhibitions by researchers invited on the occasion of the Researchers’ Night. All audiences.
19.00-24.00: ‘A crime at the museum’. Children aged 9 to 14 years will have the opportunity to use forensic science in a crime novel scenario.
19.00-20.00: ‘A short story of the moon’, a play for children written by the well-known teacher, science populariser and poet Rómulo de Carvalho (1906-1997), and staged by A Barraca, one of the leading theatre companies in Portugal
22.30-24.00: ‘How does it feel to be a scientist?’, a science cafe to discuss informally with the public the objectives and personal experiences of scientists in Portugal.
Pavilhão do Conhecimento
Alameda dos Oceanos, Lote 2.10.01