Science & Technology Festival 2011
Starting on December 15, the 2011 Festival of Science and Technology invites students, academics and science lovers of all ages to celebrate scientific thought and its everyday applications. The four-day event features lectures on the most recent scientific and technological discoveries by distinguished Greek and international scientists. Science communication experts will highlight the tools that can be used to communicate science to the general public.
The programme further includes Abacus, an exhibition showcasing aspects of the history of computer science in Greece, as well as guided tours to the National Hellenic Research Foundation and the National Documentation Centre.
The festival concludes on December 18 with the School Lab contest final. Events are jointly organized by the National Hellenic Research Foundation and the British Council.
(Wednesday, December 14, 2011)
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