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Researchers and citizens: facing together the European challenges

Description du projet

Promouvoir la joie de la recherche à Madrid

La Nuit européenne des chercheurs (NEC) est organisée chaque année dans différentes villes d’Europe en vue de mettre en avant les répercussions de la science et de la recherche de manière amusante et inspirante. Financé par le programme Actions Marie Skłodowska-Curie, le projet MADRIDNIGHT organisera les événements 2022-2023 de la NEC à Madrid, qui auront lieu les derniers vendredi et samedi de septembre. Les événements s’adressent aux citoyens de tous les âges et de tous les horizons, et visent en particulier à encourager les étudiants à envisager des carrières scientifiques. Les activités organisées tout au long de l’année comprendront des visites de chercheurs dans les écoles ainsi que des visites d’élèves et d’enseignants sur les lieux de travail des chercheurs. Il s’agit de rappeler au public que la science et la recherche sont des activités passionnantes et accessibles à tous.

Objectif

The European Researchers' Night in Madrid will bring together researchers to the general public and will increase awareness of the importance and benefits of research and innovation, creating an understanding of the impact of researchers' work on citizen's daily life, and raising young people’s interest in science and research careers.
The project will achieve these objectives by means of festive activities to be carried out in the Region of Madrid in the morning and evening of the last Friday and Saturday of September 2022-2023. Pre events and post events will be also organized. The Madrid Night project also includes Researchers at Schools activities throughout the year. In these activities, researchers will be visiting schools, allowing teachers and pupils to engage with them on important topics faced by our societies, such as those included in the missions in Horizon Europe: cancer, adaptation to climate change, healthy oceans, seas coastal and inland waters, climate-neutral and smart cities and soil health and food. Students and teachers will also visit the researchers’ workplaces.
The MADRIDNIGHT activities will be addressed to public at large, science-addicts and science-reluctant, children, families, teachers, elderly, people regardless their scientific background with a special focus on families, pupils, and students, with the main purpose of encouraging STEM subjects and science careers, university students and also vocational education and training students. Different activities will be offered focused on the missions in Horizon Europe. The project will involve researchers, benefited by EU funds, especially the MSCA. The activities will point out the transnational and diversity aspects of research, showing the attractiveness of their jobs that can be done everywhere in Europe.
Universities, research centres, museums, hospitals, NGOs, foundations and Industry (Spin offs, SME or Large Companies) in the Region of Madrid will be at the core of the project.

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FUNDACION PARA EL CONOCIMIENTO MADRIMASD
Contribution nette de l'UE
€ 143 706,97
Adresse
6 CALLE DEL MAESTRO ANGEL LLORCA 3
28003 Madrid
Espagne

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Région
Comunidad de Madrid Comunidad de Madrid Madrid
Type d’activité
Other
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Coût total
Aucune donnée

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