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Förderung der Forschenden und ihrer Arbeit in Italien

Das EU-finanzierte Projekt MEET soll den Beitrag der Forschung und Forschenden für unseren Alltag umwerben und organisiert dafür einer Reihe an Aktivitäten und Veranstaltungen. Das Projekt wird die Europäische Nacht der Forschung 2018-2019 in Mailand und Neapel sowie Brescia, Castellanza, Cremona, Edolo, Lecco, Lodi, Mantua, Monza, Pavia, Sünders (Lombardei), Portici und Provida (Kampanien) organisieren. Es wird dabei besondere Treffen und Interaktionen zwischen der Öffentlichkeit und Forschenden ermöglichen, bei denen die Forschenden ihre Arbeit und Erfolge auf einfache, spontane, informelle und unterhaltsame Weise vorstellen und dabei die Öffentlichkeit aktiv einbinden können. Ein besonderer Fokus liegt auf jungen Menschen. Eines der Projektziele ist, die Forschung als Karriereoption zu bewerben.


MEETmeTONIGHT (MEET) – “Face to face with the research” is the proposal for the European Researchers’ Night in 2018/19, happening in the two major Italian cities of Milano and Napoli, complemented by Brescia, Castellanza, Cremona, Edolo, Lecco, Lodi, Mantova, Monza, Pavia Sondrio (Lombardia region), Portici and Procida (Campania region).
The goal is to realize a special occasion of meeting and interaction between the public at large and the world of research, where researchers – at the forefront of all the proposed activities – can show themselves and what they do, in a simple, spontaneous, informal and entertaining way, actively involving the public. People, by doing, find themselves learning, getting amused, and becoming aware of how much research is for everyone and all around us.
All MEET activities aim at promoting research and its outcomes, researchers and their profession, with a special attention to the youngest generations on one side, and to the recognition of the role of Europe on the other. With five thematic areas and five flagship topics, MEET proposes interactive stands, hands-on experiments and live demos that reconstruct the research environment; conferences, video projections, interactive games; guided visits to scientific museums; meeting occasions with researchers; European Corners; live broadcast moments. A special attention is given to schools’ pupils, for which a number of dedicated activities are foreseen, at the goal of encouraging them to consider research career as a concrete option for their life.


€ 100 000,00
Piazza dell'ateneo nuovo 1
20126 Milano

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Nord-Ovest Lombardia Milano
Higher or Secondary Education Establishments
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€ 46 625,00

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