Traditionally, Researchers’ Night is held on the last Friday and Saturday of September throughout Europe. In Hungary, hundreds of institutions will join the event this year, MTI reports,
In the past two years, the organizers have been hampered by the epidemic and the fact that last year no Hungarian applicant was able to win EU funding to organize the event. Despite this, RCISD, partly using its own resources and partly with the help of a dedicated foundation, has organized a successful event in compliance with emergency measures.
The organizers of the event have been awarded a two-year grant from the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions of the European Union to run the program. The organizing consortium includes the RCISD Regional Knowledge Center, Óbuda University, Women in Science, the TIT Science Dissemination Society and the Hétfa Research Institute.
The detailed program will be available at the beginning of September on the Researchers’ Night website.