Many events to see between 22-24 September across Catalunya!
The 2021 edition of the Nit Europea de la Recerca is happening in the last weekend of September, with more than 200 different talks, games and workshops to enjoy. More than 50 scientific institutions in Catalunya, amongst which is ICMAB, have become involved to make this event a success.
Since last year’s edition, the European Research Night has followed a hybrid model, with both live events and online ones to follow through the events’ YouTube Channel. The in-person activities offered by the program will take place in different locations in each of the 5 main nodes: Barcelona, Girona, Lleida, Tarragona and Vic.
Ready to make plans? Pick what live events and online events will you visit from the Programme!
As always, some ICMAB Researchers have joined this event to help communicate their research. Here are the events to keep in your calendar!
This event is co-organized by the CSIC research centers in Catalunya, the CSIC Delegation in Catalunya and the Residència d'Investigadors, and will take place at the Residència d'Investigadors (Carrer de l'Hospital, 64, 08001 Barcelona). Also streaming online.
The event will count with talks from: ICM, IAE, IMF, GEO3BCN, IBB, IDAEA, IQAC, IBE, ICE and IMB-CNM. There will be a final Kahoot to see the knowledge of the audience! To register please do it from the Eventbrite of the event.
We will have 1 hour to discover the spectacular properties and the advanced funcitonal materials of ICMAB. This activity will take place at the Centre Cívic Joan Oliver Pere Quart (Carrer del Comandant Benítez, 6, 08028 Barcelona). To register, please do it through the CC Joan Oliver Pere Quart website. More information at the Nit de la Recerca website.
This event will take place in Cosmocaixa Barcelona, where you will find multiple events from other research centers, and you'll be able to visit the exhibitions of Cosmocaixa! To attend, please visit the Cosmocaixa website and register there.
This is a European public event organized by the European Commission within the Marie Sktodowsca-Curie framework of the Horizon 2020 program. It is celebrated in more than 300 cities from 30 European countries at the same time, with the objective of making the innovation and research topics being developed in Europe more approachable to the public.
This project receives funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programs under the project EuNightCat (954506).
Con la colaboración de la Fundación Española para la Ciencia y la Tecnología - Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación.