On 29 September, in over 340 cities across Europe and in neighbouring countries, EU-funded scientists will present their work to the public through fun learning activities.
Come to Venetonight in Padova and visit the PENTA stall, where we will be happy to introduce you to our social and educational activities in Uganda at the benefit of HIV-infected women, children and teenagers. Our African projects aim to reduce morbidity and mortality, improve healthcare quality and promote social support, social inclusion and empowerment. We work in close cooperation with Casa Accoglienza alla vita Padre Angelo – ACAVPA (Trento, Italy) and various local hospitals and associations.
The European Researchers’ Night (NIGHT) is part of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions (MSCA), EU flagship programme for the training and career development of researchers. The NIGHT events make the general public and media more aware of this huge EU investment in the talented people behind research and innovation.
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Venetonight, the European researchers night in Veneto, is broadcasted live by www.radiobue.it, the web radio of the students of the University of Padova.