The European Researchers’ Night is a Europe-wide public event, which displays the diversity of science and its impact on citizens’ daily lives in fun, inspiring ways.
This year, the event will take place in 26 countries on Friday 29 September 2023.
The European Researchers’ Night aims to
•bring research and researchers closer to the public
•promote excellent research projects across Europe and beyond
•increase the interest of young people in science and research careers
•showcase the impact of researchers’ work on people’s daily lives
The European Researchers’ Night attracts each year more than 1.5 million visitors in Europe and beyond.
Take part in the events
Visit the events to meet researchers and discover the fascinating world of science in a fun and interactive environment – with family or on your own.
Children, young people and families will have the chance to meet researchers and discover research, science and innovation through a wide range of science shows, hands-on experiments, games, quizzes, competitions, exhibitions and digital activities.
Find out which events take place in your country and consult their websites for more information
Researchers: Get involved!
Are you a researcher passionate about outreach and communication on science and research?
The European Researchers’ Night is a unique opportunity to engage with citizens of all ages to raise awareness about your research and its impact on society and to put your outreach skills to practice.
Reach out to the organisers of European Researchers’ Night events taking place near you to see how you can get involved.
Main events in Italy
|Researchers’ impact in everyday Life
|Heal the Planet’s Future
|Sharing Researchers’ Passion for Enhanced Roadmaps – The European Researchers’ Night in Italy 2022-2023
|Science, technology and research for ethical engagement translate in society
|SuperScienceMe – Research is your Re-source
|U*Night – The UNITA Researchers’ Night
|Italy, France, Portugal, Romania
|A Touch of Blue in the EU Research Nights for a more Sustainable Use of the Ocean
|Italy, France, Romania, Finland, Portugal, Malta