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Ricerca per l'innovazione della scuola italiana


30 aprile 2020

The research institutes open up to students in May

Genetics, gravitational waves, biodiversity, robotics, statistics with fables, climate, food, chemistry, viruses, Marts and the Moon and even Salvador Dalì and Einstein.

These are just some of the subjects to be dealt with every day from 4 to 31 May, by the 20 Italian public research institutes with a series of free webinar dedicated to the world of school on the Indire platform. 

Through stories and experiences told directly by the researchers, the most innovative projects and the research activities carried out by each institution will be presented.

The online meetings – besides supporting in-depth study for students of all ages, from primary to secondary school – are also a tool for students’ orientation in future life choices, during this phase of health emergency, when the meetings that were usually held in universities didn’t take place. 

The initiative follows the opening at the beginning of April of the online environment gathering 350 materials provided by students’ families and teachers and by Italian research institutions. 


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These are the public research institutions involved in the initiative: