For the fourth consecutive year, Tarragona is one of the host cities of the European Researchers’ Night. Under the motto “Research for change”, the event wants to convey the importance of the research carried out in Catalan institutions and its impact on our daily lives.
ICIQ will join the event through the talks and workshops delivered by researchers, with a focus on sustainability and renewable energies – although some will also tackle experiments related to the International Year of Fruits and Vegetables. These are the talks and workshops that will be delivered by ICIQers:
- Federico Dattilla (López group): “Dióxido de carbono, el oro negro del siglo XXI”. Talk in Cal Massó, Reus 17th September, 19:00h
- Neus Sunyer (Galán-Mascarós group): “Fulles artificials: una manera de cuidar el planeta”. Talk at Institut Gabriel Ferrater, Reus 21st September
- Geyla Caridad Dubed and Sergio Fernández (Lloret-Fillol group): “Hidrogen renovable, l’energia del futur”. Workshop in Plaça Corsini, Tarragona 24th September.
- Sara López Resano (Pérez-Temprano and Maseras group) and Lucía Morán (Maseras group): “Productes del mercat que ens parlen” International Year of Fruits and Vegetables. Workshop in Plaça Corsini, Tarragona 24th September
- Alicia Martínez (CSOL) and Federico Dattila: “Fruites i hortalisses màgiques” International Year of Fruits and Vegetables. Workshop in Plaça Corsini, Tarragona 24th September
About the Catalan European Researchers’ Night
The European Researchers’ Night is a science outreach project promoted by the European Commission in the framework of the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions within the Horizon 2020 programme. A Europe-wide initiative, it takes place in more than 300 European cities on the same day. Coordinated by Universitat Rovira I Virgili, this is the fourth year that the European Researchers’ Night brings together Tarragona’s university and research centres ICAC, IISPV, IPHES and ICIQ, to bring research closer to the wider public. For the last two years, the night has been organised at the Catalan level, offering more than 200 informative activities for all audiences in venues such as universities, museums, bars, libraries and civic centres of the five cities involved: Barcelona, Girona, Lleida, Tarragona and Vic.
You can find all the information about the event at: tarragona.nitdelarecerca.cat