Eris, City of Science. Seminars with scholars from all over the world

Eris, City of Science.  Seminars with scholars from all over the world

Last Wednesday in the Richard Feynman semester at the Rabi San Rocco Institute of the Ettore Majorana Foundation and the Center for Scientific Culture in Iris, the presentation conference of more than 40 scientific symposiums that constitute a broader program of studies.

The scientific symposia to be held throughout 2023, from March to November, will cover different areas of human knowledge, from nuclear and subnuclear physics to science and popular journalism, from cardiology to mathematics. In short, a program rich in scientific culture with cross-sectional topics with the participation of international scientific figures.

The ceremony was attended by the sons of Foundation President Antonio Zicucci (who also attended the conference via video call from Geneva) Fabrizio and Lorenzo Zicci, Mayor of Eris Daniela Toscano, President of the Eres Art Foundation Nicola Dragna, President of the National Institute of Nuclear Physics (INFN) Antonio Zucoli and Moroccan writer, poet and artist (also In the video conference) Tahar Ben Jelloun who presented his exhibition entitled “Iris is a unique place in the world”, composed of his paintings and installations. Artists and craftsmen of Sicily, open from Tuesday, September 20 in Torretta Pepoli that reopens to the public in all its beauty, until November 4.

At the end of the presentation conference, we interviewed Lorenzo Cisci who answered our questions about the great cultural significance of this series of seminars and the scientific work of the Ettore Majorana Foundation also and above all in the historical context in which we live, and Daniela Toscano who wanted to emphasize his desire to involve young students In these cultural and scientific initiatives to make them passionate about these subjects and topics, and also in view of the after-school orientation and the choice of undergraduate studies.

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