Record Number of Nationwide Programmes at 'Researchers' Night' this Weekend

  • 29 Sep 2022 6:05 AM
  • Hungary Matters
Record Number of Nationwide Programmes at 'Researchers' Night' this Weekend
A record number of over 2,500 programmes will be on offer across more than 50 localities nationwide on Researchers’ Night this coming weekend - 30 September - 1 October - organisers said.

More than 170 institutions will take part in the event, offering programmes at some 260 locations, Béla Kardon, the chief scientific officer of the Regional Centre for Information and Scientific Development (RCISD), announced.

He added that organisers anticipate around 100,000 participants.

László György, state secretary for innovation and higher education, said this year’s event will also be attended by children who are being mentored by university students.

List of participating institutions available here 

Detailed program (in Hungarian) available here

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