For children and adults


6. 10. 2023

admission free

Mysterious, elusive and convoluted. That may sometimes be your impression of science, but not on Researchers’ Night! A night when science and scientists show you their true face.

Hours of clever fun

Researchers’ Night was initiated by the European Commission in 2005 and its mission is to show that science is not boring, but on the contrary is a source of interesting and fascinating phenomena. One day a year, universities, research and development centres, science centres, and other places open with free guided tours, popular education presentations, workshops, experiments, science shows, music, and performances, amongst others, taking place. The aim of Researchers’ Night is to dispel myths about scientists as people locked in laboratories and to show the general public that they are “ordinary people” who do work for each of us, they can present it in an engaging way, and they can also have a good time.

More about Researchers’ Night
sites in the Czech Republic
involved researchers

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