Science, research and innovation should be and through history they have been a drive of social and economic progress. Today more than ever our society is driven by scientific discoveries, innovation, and technology development. We cannot imagine our lives without privileges of modern society which were enabled by some of greatest researchers and innovators of 19th and 20th century. At the verge of fourth industrial revolution we should not forget our heritage and debt we have towards innovators such as Nikola Tesla – one of the fathers of second industrial revolution or researchers such as Marie Marie Skłodowska-Curie. Goal of this project Techno-Past-Techno-Future: European Researchers’ Night (TPTF-ERN) is complementary to the common main objective of European Researchers’ Night as it aims at deepening the understanding on what science and innovation represent. Researchers should be viewed as artists in their own way as their work is a way of expressing their creativity and originality. Their work changes the way we look at the world.
Field of science
- /humanities/history and archaeology/history
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Funding SchemeCSA - Coordination and support action