“Working with children allows us to send a message to parents and adults as well,” Matteo Martini, President of Frascati Scienza.
Preparations are being made in the laboratories, and the promoters are warming up their vocal cords and pointing their telescopes and magnifying glasses at each other: European Night of LEAF Researchers in Frascati Scienza.
To start Science WeekThe launch took place on September 23 at Ex Cartiera Latinauntil the 2023 edition of Tonight dedicated to researchers Friday 29 September.
The research we love is fun, accessible, critical, open to all, speaks to all, and embraces all ages!
These are the main goals of the initiative: To create the opportunity to give all participants days, afternoons and evenings to plant seeds of awareness together.
“For several years, Frascati Cienza has included the European Researchers’ Night within an entire week of events. The morning session is dedicated to schools, and the afternoon session is dedicated to the public.”. – explains to TeleAmbiente Matteo Martinipresident Frascati Sciences – We will talk about science, technology, physics, environment and chemistry. We have always tried not to limit ourselves to just one field, but to diversify everywhere, always under the main theme of our project paper, Let’s take care of our planet“.
He adds: “Children are more prepared than us adults, they have grown up with the idea of protecting the environment. With them we find fertile ground. Working with children allows us to send a message to parents and the elderly as well. This makes us understand how future generations will be more prepared to defend the environment than we have done so far.”.
The full science week programme here
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