European Researchers’ Night 2021: Science in Game


Ex-Cartiera Latina – via Appia antica 42 – Roma, IT

18 Sep 2021

Have you ever seen a dishwasher which is also a vegetable garden? Do you know how to make paper with elephant poop? And talking about elephants, do you really think they’re afraid of mice? Do you want to discover the secrets of Mr Ollivander’s magic wands and also what restorers are doing with prickly pears?
You can learn all of this and much more at the Science Week and European Night of Researchers in Frascati, the hub, together with Rome, among the 19 locations from Parma to Palermo, from Matera to Carbonia, which will host LEAF – acronym for heaL thE plAnet’s Future – with approximately 400 events coordinated by Frascati Scienza.
Online registrations for the events in all the Italian locations involved are open from today on: the program, with events for all and events dedicated to schools, allows you to choose location, day, target, organizer (from over 30 partners). Starting from 18 September, with the launch event Scienza in Gioco at the former Latin paper mill in the Appia Antica Regional Park, in which the four worlds inspired by video games will be explored (Biodiversiland, Castello di Zero Pollution, Regno dell’Economia Circular, Antro dei Climate Change), a week of scientific fun for everyone begins (download the complete press release in italian here).
Also for this year FVA-New Media Research will attend the initiative with online and live activities, hands-on labs for children and adults, and many other curiosities about the bioeconomy and bio-based products.

> Saturday 18 September 2021: Science in Game – super researchers for planet’s future
From 2:30pm to 8:30pm
The Kingdom of Circular Economy
Come and find out how it is possible to use waste from the milk industry and to transform it into plastic, or how to use agricultural mowing to produce toys, clothes and cosmetics.
In this Kingdom, waste no longer exists: only secondary raw materials!

register here

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