22 Science Picnic - Movement
The IPC took part in the 22 Science Picnic of the Polish Radio and Copernicus Science Centre.The Picnic is Europe’s largest outdoor event aimed to promote science. Every year, it attracts crowds of visitors to Warsaw. Scientific institutions, universities, research institutes, museums, cultural institutions, and foundations related to science and science clubs present their achievements and reveal the behind-the-scenes aspects of their everyday work.
On the 8-15th June 2018, in Toulouse, Aleksandra Kapuścińska-Bernatek and Roman Luboradzki took part in the EuroScience Open Forum (ESOF) organized by EuroScience. This conference brings together over 4 000 researchers, educators, business actors, policy makers and journalists from all over the world to discuss breakthroughs in science.
On the 2nd February 2018 IPC took part in the “Inspiration Day” organized by the Warsaw Rotary Club at the orphange in Gostynin. The purpose of the event was not only to popularize science but also to show young listeners various possible ways of personal development. Thus, each of the organizers [including lawyers, artists, businessmen and scientists] at the meeting preceding the classes talked about their work and career.
How physicist and chemist look at life - what for a biologist needs physicochemistry?
As part of the CREATE grant and popularizing activities, a new popular science lesson was created. The lesson entitled “How physicist and chemist look at life - what for a biologist needs physicochemistry?” was shown for the first time as part of the 21st Science Festival and now is also presented as part of IPC PAS educational activities.
The Science Picnic in Nidzica
On the 5th April, 2018 IPC took part in the 4th edition of the Science Picnic organized in Nidzica. The picnic was organized mainly by students and the management of the Nicolaus Copernicus School in Nidzica, in cooperation with the local authorities [Municipal Office].It took place in a modern sports hall, and among the exhibitors there were many different institutions from Nidzica, but also from the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn.
Two delegates representing IPC PAS, Dr. Roman Luboradzki and Mrs. Aleksandra Kapuścińska-Bernatek, took part in the “Cognitive adventures” conference, October 26-27 2017 Warsaw, Poland.
The programme of the conference, organized by the Copernicus Science Centre and the SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Warsaw, features appearances and workshops led by the event’s special guests.