Date
Friday 27 September 2019 -
18:00 to 23:59
Location
Hellenic Cosmos Cultural Centre

Once again this year we’re joining forces with European Researchers’ Night, an annual event celebrating science and research, which takes place simultaneously in several hundred cities across Europe and beyond.

Join us at the Hellenic Cosmos Cultural Centre for this year’s celebrations being held on 27 September 2019 in towns and cities throughout Greece and discover what researchers really do and why it matters in our daily lives!

The world of research will open its doors to students and educators through presentations, experiments, interactive activities designed for students and teachers’ workshops.

A variety of pre-events will take place before the main event aimed at raising awareness of the aims of both European Researchers’ Night and of the organisers.

Admission is free.

Hall of FameLab 2019

As part of this year's Researchers’ Night, we’re delighted to invite you to the Hall of Famelab, a unique series of short presentations combining strong doses of talent and science celebrating our global science communication competition, FameLab. Five FameLab alumni from Greece return to the FameLab stage to wow the crowd and judges with a three-minute scientific talk on their chosen topic. Not to be missed! 

Main event

When Friday 27 September 2019, 18.00–00.00
Where Hellenic Cosmos Cultural Centre
Foundation of the Hellenic World
254 Pireos Street
177 78 Athens
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Pre-events

In the run-up to the main event at the Hellenic Cosmos Cultural Centre, a number of smaller pre-events will take place to familiarise the public with the aims and research areas of the participating scientific organisations and co-organisers. The organisations in Athens opening their doors to the public in the week preceding the main event include:

Information

For further information, please contact Vangelis Kravvaritis:

Telephone 210 369 2361
Email Vangelis.Kravvaritis@britishcouncil.gr

European Researchers’ Night is a European Commission programme initiated in 2005, which, having gained its place among the most important initiatives to promote science, is celebrated in all participating cities on the last Friday of September every year. The activity is part of the People programme (Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions) under the auspices of the European Union’s 7th Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development.

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