Teramo. This year, the city is also preparing to transform into a theater for science and research. Tomorrow, from 6:30pm until midnight, the historic center of Teramo will host the Night of European Researchers. The initiative’s program features experiments, live scientific presentations, interactive exhibitions, conferences and seminars. 45 gazebos will be set up on Corso San Giorgio to propose 60 activities organized by the five departments of the University of Teramo (Political Sciences, Communication Sciences, Law, Biological Sciences and Veterinary Medicine) while the Astronomical Observatory of Abruzzo will have a platform in Via del Vescovado that will offer the opportunity to observe the sky with telescopes in the Piazza Santana (from 8 p.m.). There will also be a stage in Piazza Martieri della Liberta. Palazzo Melatino, home to the Tercas Foundation (one of the event partners), will host read-alouds for children and adults.
The European Researchers’ Night was presented yesterday morning at the University by the Rector Dino MastrocolaBy the mayor Gianguido d’Albertoby the events consultant Antonio Filipponeby the Director of the Astronomical Observatory of Abruzzo Enzo BrocatoBy the teacher Natalia Batista (Scientific Director) by the President of the Tercas Foundation Tiziana de Santi And from Giuseppe Abrea, veterinarian at the Animal Protection Institute of Abruzzo. “We invest a lot in young researchers, and I strongly believe in strengthening the training chain, starting with schools,” said Rector Mastrocola. This event is a pioneering event for the entire Teramo region.” The rector also wanted to remember Naomi Peaceprofessor at the University of Teramo who passed away in recent days in Rome at the age of 42, and to whom the 2023 edition of the European Researchers’ Night will be dedicated. (Gul)
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