The university of Szeged is awaiting those who are interested in Researchers’ Night with 300 programs in Szeged and Hódmezővásárhely. On September 28th, Friday from late afternoon to late at night, all ages starting from pre-school to adults can find interesting program suitable for their age. The event which promotes science and the career of the researchers will provide places and opportunities for its visitors which occasionally are inaccessible.
The University of Szeged is also joining the National Researchers' Night Program this year. The SZTE's researches, scholars and students offers interesting things from almost every scientific field. Creative sessions, performances, lab reviews, interactive shows, night-time adventure tours and spectacular shows await visitors. For example, the latest achievements of artificial intelligence will be mentioned, energy saving and power generation, robotic basics, waste sculpture novelties, pigeon-racing, and even brainstorming, fingerprint test steps and cocoa history will be introduced. For example, you can look at the material processing laser laboratory, the skeleton storage warehouse, and GeoLabor.
Visitors of science-promoting programs can take part in healthy lifestyle counselling, screening of vision and hearing, roam the world of primates, also learn how the medicine is produced, how a cancer cell looks like, what the depth of earth hiding is or or how an old Hungarian time traveller would say Windows.
There will be food tasting and recipe exchange, plant and insect knowledge test, dance show, interactive code development, murder case detection, ornamental plant propagation, anthropologist playhouse, laser shooting and engraving.
How does statistics and marketing appear on weekdays? Who uses runic writing? Is there any sound of weather? How does it feel like to be old? What does a lawyer study who is also a psychologist? - those who are interested will receive answers to these questions when they visit the Night of Researchers.
The Szeged and Hódmezővásárhely programs are available on the Researchers’ Night website.