All-Russian festival NAUKA 0+ starts on October 9 in online format
The largest popular science event in the world - the All-Russian festival NAUKA 0+ will be held in Moscow on October 9-11 and 17-18. The anniversary of the celebration of the 75th anniversary of the domestic nuclear industry coincided with the anniversary of the All-Russian Science Festival NAUKA 0+ and determined its main theme - "Physics of the Future".
The grand opening will take place in the fundamental library of Moscow State University with a traditional lecture by the rector of Moscow State University, Academician Viktor Sadovnichy, on the contribution of Russian scientists to this year's Nobel Prize. During a multimedia ceremony dedicated to the 15th anniversary of the scientific and festival movement in Russia, several hundred drones created by Russian engineers Geoscan (vk.com/geoscan.aero) will take off over Moscow State University.
Sit back and get ready with a cup of tea to listen to the lectures of Nobel laureates (there are as many as 5 of them this year!), Watch fascinating science shows and Science Slam battles ( https://vk.com/psyscislam ), walk through the unique Virtual Hypermuseum of Science ( https: //museum.festivalnauki.ru/ ), participate in virtual laboratory laboratorium.festivalnauki.ru and all this will be available in the Festival account in TikTok (@festivalnauki).
The festival is designed for the widest audience and has no age restrictions, which means we are waiting for all, all 0+!
You can ask all your questions about our faculty on October 17 and 18, by emailing us: firstname.lastname@example.org