On 27 November, for the first time Georgia joined 29 other countries in celebrating European Researchers’ Night – a Europe-wide event that brings researchers closer to the general public.
Since 2005, European Researchers’ Night has helped to promote science and innovation through large-scale events.
The event is organised through the EU programme ‘Horizon 2020’. It showcases the diversity of science and its impact on citizens’ daily lives and boosts interest in research careers, particularly among young people.
Georgia’s participation was possible thanks to the EU-funded project ‘Science is the Captain’, which is implemented by the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport.
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‘Science is the Captain’ - project page