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Museums for Researchers’ Night

29 September 2023

European Researcher's Night - 29 September 2023

European Researchers’ Night approaches, Europe’s leading science communication event promoted in the city by the University of Parma with the co-organisation and patronage of the Municipality of Parma and Imem – CNR.

On Friday 29 September, starting at 4 p.m., the Athenaeum has several events planned.

Most of the activities are free, but some require reservations:will be possible to book exclusively online from 15 to 26 September through the official event website.

The University Museums also participate with various initiatives:

Cristalli alla ribalta
prof.ssa Alessia Bacchi
A fascinating journey into the world of crystals. From their genealogy at the centre of the earth to the art of chocolate ice cream. Curious? Between experiments and visits, our doors are open to visitors of all ages.
Plesso di Chimica – Pad. 01 –Museum of Crystal Chemistry (first floor corridor) – Campus Scienze e Tecnologie

Visiting the exhibition “Pitagora e il suo Teorema”
prof. Federico Bergenti
personal and interactive tours suitable for both “adult children” and younger children. We propose a classification that never wanes: “Pitagora e il Suo Teorema”. Come and find out.
Plesso di Matematica – Pad. 21 – Second floor, Sala mostre – Campus Scienze e Tecnologie

Visit to the ‘Interactive Exhibition on the History of the Personal Computer’.
prof. Federico Bergenti
Do you know the history of the personal computer? Come to the interactive exhibition to retrace the dawn of the digital age and discover this fascinating journey together.
Plesso di Matematica – Pad. 21 – First floor, Sala mostre – Campus Scienze e Tecnologie

GEOLIFE: Earth sciences in everyday life
prof.ssa Luciana Mantovani, Alessandra Montanini and Teresa Trua
Journey to the centre of the earth to go through our daily actions and understand what is and is not good for us. From age 6 onwards, the aim of our workshop is to walk together through the interactions that take place on our planet and distinguish the beneficial from the harmful.
Plesso Scienze della Terra – Pad. 07 – Central corridor – Campus Scienze e Tecnologie

Nature in the Archive: Discovering Biodiversity and Ecosystems Inside and Outside the CSAC Archive
dott.ssa Margherita Zazzero

Biodiversity and nature in the spaces and collections of the CSAC, analysed and recounted through paths of exploration and discovery of the environment around the abbey and of nature as recounted in the collections of works of art and photographs preserved in the archives.
Centro Studi e Archivio della Comunicazione (CSAC) – Abbazia di Valserena, Via Viazza di Paradigna, 1

The goodness of the divine swine
prof. Ferdinando Gazza, Luisa Ragionieri, Francesca Ravanetti, Antonio Cacchioli, Maddalena Botti, Federico Righi

A cult of our culinary tradition starting from the historical origins of the domestic pig, through its breeding. The fascinating world of high-quality charcuterie products typical of our region.
Veterinary Anatomical Museum – Sala inferiore – Aula A – via del Taglio, 10


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