Liceo Alessandro Volta presents “1,2,3…Science!”

Concerts, conferences, workshops, games and theater will be an opportunity to spread scientific knowledge as a tool to create awareness and consciousness

Siena. The traditional scientific publishing event of Liceo Alessandro Volta returns again this year, “1,2,3…science!”It is now in its sixth edition. The high school, with its students and teachers, wants to welcome citizens to an open, stimulating and fun dialogue that will include not only other students from each school, but also families or curious people. Parties and conferences, Laboratories, games, stage They will be opportunities for dissemination that will advance scientific knowledge as a tool for creating conscience and consciousness, including civic consciousness. It is therefore knowledge that trains tolerance and respect, through dialogue and discussion. All events will take place in the hall and on the premises of Volta Secondary School and entry will be free.

The official opening night will be held Friday 1 December In the hall of the Volta High School in Colle di Val d’Elsa. The evening will begin at 7:30pm with a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) food competition, complete withπElectronic refreshments, then continuing at 9.15pm with a ‘Concert – Dialogue’ betweenArchiAmici Band (violin, violin, cello, double bass, harp) and Professor Fabio Jamil University of Siena entitled “Geometric Transformations in Music”.


For middle school students, there are two orientation workshops, including science experiments and math games (Friday, November 24 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday, December 16 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.): two can’t-miss events for middle school kids who want to explore In a playful way, it is “unusual” mathematics, that of high school mathematics, but also to try out scientific experiments between sustainability, cells and test tubes.

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Important scientific publishing events are scheduled to take place between January and March, a series of conferences held by professors from the University of Florence:

Thursday, January 18, from 11:20 am to 1:20 pm, “The dawn of geniuses and the search for life in space,” with Prof. Dr. Renato Vanni (UniFi);

Friday, February 2, from 11:20 am to 1:20 pm, “From the Nerve Cell to the Social Brain” with Prof. Dr. Francesco Pavoni (UniFi);

Saturday, February 17, from 11:20 a.m. to 1:20 p.m., “Complexity and Biological Systems,” with Prof. Dr. Duccio Fanelli (UniFi);

Tuesday, March 26, from 11:20 a.m. to 1:20 p.m., “The Prescription of Science: Aryan Physics and Jewish Physics,” with Prof. Dr. Ubaldo Bottigli (UniFi);

In the final session of the festival, there will be conferences presented by him and Federico Benozzi, “Before, After, Now”, a journey between space, time and reality (April 23, 11.20 am), and “The Conjurer’s Gambling”, mathematics as a vaccine against gambling addiction (April 23, 11.20 pm). ). The final evening of the festival will be on Friday 17 May at 9.15 pm with the presentation of a conference between mathematics and literature “Italo Calvino between impossible dialogues and cosmic comics”, edited by Arca Azzurra, composed by Massimo Salvianti, with accordionist Emiliano Benassai and the contribution of Professor Marco Ruscioni.

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