30 September 2022
LOGGIA took part in the European Researchers’ Night, a Europe-wide public event organised by Marie-Skłodowska Curie Actions that brings researchers closer to the public. The Night showcases the diversity of science and its impact on citizens’ daily lives, stimulating interest in research careers – particularly among young people. LOGGIA took part in START talking about research, the Night organised by Trinity College Dublin for Ireland, with “Unscramble the past”, an activity for children based on a card game with archaeological content run by Francesco Ripanti, with the support of Eleanor Neil and Mnemosyne Rice, PhD candidates at Department of Classics.
Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Beyond engaging children with archaeology, the European Researchers’ Night has been a very good opportunity to introduce the LOGGIA project to the visitors and networking with other colleagues from Trinity College Dublin.