30 September 2022
In the framework of the LOGGIA project, I 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. It showcases the diversity of science and its impact on citizens’ daily lives, stimulating interest in research careers – particularly among young people. I 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.
Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
The activity aimed to engage children with archaeology in an engaging way. Moreover, participation in the European Researchers’ Night has been a very good opportunity to introduce the LOGGIA project to the visitors.