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Researchers' Night will be organized again this year

Researchers' Night will be organized again this year

Researchers' Night will also be held this year: on September 27 and 28, more than two thousand programs interested in science are expected to wait at more than a hundred locations, organizers told MTI on Tuesday.

According to their information, hundreds of institutions in Hungary – universities, research institutes, libraries, archives and museums – will join this event, which is being organized for the twentieth time, with the aim of strengthening the path of researchers and scientific research.

Researchers' Night is traditionally held on the last Friday and Saturday of September across Europe.

The detailed program will be available from the beginning of September on the website of the Night of Researchers (kutatokejszakaja.hu) and on the event page on Facebook (facebook.com/kutatokejszakaja), where interesting news from the world of science can be read until then – reads the announcement.

Researchers' Night is organized again this year by the RCISD Regional Knowledge Center and the FAWORIT consortium organized around it, which has received the support of the Marie Sklodowska-Curie (MSCA) Program of the European Union (EU) for the tenth time.

The Regional Knowledge Center RCISD, the Association for Women in Science, the Hétfa Research Institute, the TIT Scientific Knowledge Association and the University of Úbuda are members of the organizing consortium.

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