The European Researchers’ Night is a huge event that takes place each year simultaneously in hundreds of cities in Europe and neighbouring countries in September.
This initiative has been supported by the European Commission since 2005 and involves thousands of researchers and research institutes every year.
The purpose of the Researchers' Night is to give citizens and local communities the opportunity to meet with researchers, learn about their passion for science, the motivation that inspires them, the methods they use, and the results they achieve.
Trento is one of the cities hosting the Researchers’ Night to celebrate research and its protagonists, a moment of sharing and openness between research institutes and citizens. This celebration establishes a sort of connection between researchers in Trento and their colleagues in more than 300 European cities. The 2019 edition was take place on 27 September at the MUSE Science Museum in Corso del Lavoro e della Scienza 3 – Le Albere neighbourhood in Trento.
The programme included scientific exhibitions, laboratories, and meetings with researchers.
The event was organized by the University of Trento, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Fondazione Edmund Mach and the MUSE Science museum, with the Autonomous Province of Trento and the patronage of the Municipality of Trento.