IT’S TIME OF BIOTECHNOLOGIES – From 25 to 29 Semptember

A WEEK FULL OF SCIENCE!

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Festeggiamo insieme la Biotech Week: una settimana di eventi e manifestazioni, sparsi sui quattro continenti e dedicati al settore delle biotecnologie. Cosa si cela dietro questa parola complessa? Quali sono i diversi settori di applicazione? Come sono in grado di migliorare la qualità della vita di tutti noi? Città della Scienza partecipa alla European Biotech Week, il cui promotore e coordinatore a livello nazionale dell’iniziativa è Assobiotec, Associazione Nazionale per lo Sviluppo delle Biotecnologie che fa parte di Federchimica, proponendo attività, approfondimenti e incontri con esperti biotecnologi.
Quest’anno abbiamo deciso di porre la nostra attenzione sul tema degli anticorpi monoclonali, particolari tipi di molecole, oggi molto studiate nei principali laboratori di ricerca, prodotte attraverso tecniche di DNA ricombinante. Cosa sono? Come possono essere sfruttate in ambito clinico? Perché stanno acquistando sempre maggiore interesse nell’individuazione e nel trattamento di alcune patologie?
Ne parliamo nell’approfondimento della Biotech Week intitolato “Farmaci dalle biotecnologie: gli anticorpi monoclonali” dove insieme agli esperti del Dipartimento di Medicina Molecolare e Biotecnologie Mediche dell’Università di Napoli, i visitatori potranno toccare con mano, nel nuovissimo Open Lab di Corporea, le principali tecniche usate nei laboratori biotecnologici per la produzione di questi farmaci innovativi.
Nella “La fabbrica degli anticorpi” l’Associazione Culturale “DiSciMuS RFC” insieme al Liceo Scientifico Statale “F. Brunelleschi” di Afragola (NA) e al Liceo Scientifico Statale “R. Caccioppoli” di Scafati (SA) presenteranno i processi biotecnologici di isolamento, produzione e utilizzo degli anticorpi monoclonali in diagnostica e terapia, avvalendosi di modelli in 3D, esperimenti e videogiochi.
Per i più piccoli, futuri provetti scienziati, da non perdere il laboratorio di creatività dedicato alla stagione che stiamo vivendo: “I Colori d’Autunno”. Perché alcuni alberi perdono le foglie d’inverno e altri, invece, le hanno sempre verdi in tutti i periodi dell’anno? Come mai d’autunno le foglie si tingono di colori caldi? A queste e altre domande risponderemo e ci cimenteremo nella pittura di un alberello dai colori caldi.
In occasione della Giornata Mondiale del Sordo, soltanto per Domenica 30, a Città della scienza è in programma un workshop dal titolo “GMS E LIS: GIORNATA MONDIALE DEL SORDO E LINGUA DEI SEGNI ITALIANA” per “festeggiare” insieme e “scoprire” un nuovo mondo. Ancora oggi troppo poco si sa della Sordità, della Lingua dei Segni e delle possibilità di Inclusione. Il Presidente della Sezione Provinciale di Napoli dell’Ente Nazionale Sordi, Elvira Sepe,  approfondirà il significato della GMS e della LIS. Sarà possibile partecipare attivamente al workshop, rivolto a grandi e piccini, ed imparare nozioni base sulla Lingua dei Segni Italiana.
Città della Scienza, inoltre, sarà protagonista nella Notte Europea dei Ricercatori a Napoli con SHARPER – SHAring Researchers’ Passions for Evidences and Resilience.
Una festa della divulgazione della scienza e della ricerca, che inizierà alle 18 di venerdì 28 settembre fino alla mattina di sabato 29 settembre, alla quale partecipano le principali istituzioni accademico-scientifiche e culturali di Napoli con il patrocinio del Ministero degli Affari Esteri, del Ministero dell’Istruzione dell’Università e della Ricerca, della Regione Campania, dell’Ufficio Scolastico Regionale, dell’ESO e dell’ESA con un ricco programma di eventi gratuiti per grandi e piccini.

La Notte Europea dei Ricercatori continua il 29 settembre dalle 10.00 alle 13.00, presso Città della Scienza, dove i seguenti approfondimenti saranno a disposizione dei visitatori:

La città del sole
Gli astronomi di Capodimonte faranno osservare ai telescopi la stella più bella che conosciamo: il Sole. A cura di: INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Capodimonte.

Detective per un giorno
Dalla ricerca delle tracce sulla scena del crimine alle analisi di laboratorio. Esperimenti didattici con gli operatori della Polizia Scientifica.
A cura di: Polizia di Stato-Gabinetto Interregionale della Polizia Scientifica per la Campania e il Molise.

Ri-GENERAZIONE CeLLuLArE
In soli 365 giorni, il corpo umano si auto-rigenera in qualcosa di meglio (o peggio), a seconda di quanto bene lo trattiamo. Ma esistono anche cellule speciali in grado di riprodurre un’intera generazione in sole 24 h. Scopriamo quali sono!
E se ancora hai voglia di scienza, non andare via senza prima aver gettato un’occhiata alle nostre aree espositive!
Ancora non hai visitato il Museo Corporea? E’ l’unico in Italia, dedicato interamente alla macchina “perfetta” del corpo umano! Una visita guidata, in compagnia di una delle nostre guide, ti permetterà di scoprire i segreti del nostro corpo e sperimentare gli exhibits che più ti incuriosiscono!
Quali pesci, molluschi e crostacei abitano le vasche della Mostra “Il Mare” ? Segui la visita guidata “Ecosistemi marini”e avrai la possibilità di accarezzare alcuni organismi marini vivi nella nostra Touch pool. Che emozione!
Immancabile la visita guidata alla Mostra “Insetti&CO”, il nuovo spazio espositivo dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo. Per ogni uomo della Terra ci sono oltre 150 milioni di insetti. “I giganti a sei zampe” hanno conquistato quasi tutti gli habitat del nostro pianeta…. è il momento di cominciare a conoscerli meglio.
E se il mondo sommerso ti affascina, “Inventa i tuoi animali marini” ti aspetta ! E’ un laboratorio dove potrai colorare sagome di pesci, inventandoti nuove specie, e poi, come per “magia”, farle comparire e nuotare in un grande acquario virtuale.
E’ tornata dalle vacanze la mascotte di Città della Scienza, la più amata da adulti e bambini! BIT! Non lo conosci? Vieni a incontrarlo, risponderà a tutte le tue curiosità scientifiche e non solo… Dove sarà stato in questo tempo? Quali avventure ti racconterà? Non perdere questo appuntamento con Parla con BIT.
Al Planetario potrai scegliere tra lo spettacolo 2D “From Earth to the Universe – Dalla Terra all’Universo” per scoprire le più importanti teorie elaborate dall’uomo nel corso del tempo in campo astronomico fino alle prospettive future e, se non puoi rinunciare al brivido del 3D, “Robot Explorers” per viaggiare insieme a sonde, lander e orbiter all’interno del nostro sistema solare.

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It’s Autumn Time – 22 and 23 September 2018

Si sta come d’autunno sugli alberi le foglie (G. Ungaretti).

Il 23 Settembre è la data di inizio dell’Autunno, la più malinconica tra le quattro stagioni dell’anno. Diamo il benvenuto a questo evento, che riempie di colori caldi, in tutti i toni dal giallo all’ocra al carminio al rosso fuoco, le chiome degli alberi e che rinfresca il nostro clima.
A Città della Scienza celebreremo l’arrivo di questa stagione con tanti laboratori coinvolgenti, attività e dimostrazioni scientifiche per capire perché esistono le stagioni, cosa succede in autunno sul nostro pianeta, perché le piante perdono le foglie e tante altre curiosità!
Anche in tempo d’autunno, impareremo divertendoci! Non è poi così tanto male, l’autunno! Non trovate?

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Fin dalla scuola elementare sappiamo che le stagioni sul nostro pianeta sono quattro e si ripetono ciclicamente nell’arco dell’anno, condizionando la nostra vita, scandendo i nostri ritmi. Ma perché le stagioni si alternano? A cosa è dovuto questo fenomeno? E’ vero che “non esistono più le mezze stagioni?” Le stagioni sono una peculiarità solo della Terra? A Città della Scienza avremo modo di approfondire le delicate dinamiche del sistema Sole-Terra e “Cosa provoca le stagioni?”
Parlare di stagioni, significa anche parlare di stagionalità dei prodotti che arrivano sulle nostre tavole. Con l’avvento della globalizzazione e delle tecnologie, oggi è possibile soddisfare qualsiasi voglia di frutta o verdura, anche fuori stagione. Con il laboratorio “La bussola delle Stagioni” puoi capire quali sono gli ortaggi e la frutta tipici di ogni stagione e non rischiare di sbagliare nelle tue scelte alimentari. Alimentarsi secondo la stagionalità è un elisir di lunga vita!
Tra le immagini tipiche dell’autunno, una colpisce maggiormente delle altre… Lo scricchiolare delle foglie secche e colorate al nostro passaggio…
E allora concentriamoci per un attimo sull’infinita varietà di foglie! Sia che voi passeggiate fra i filari alti degli alberi in città o osserviate con dettaglio le foglie dei vegetali che, giorno dopo giorno, compaiono sulle nostre tavole, potreste meravigliarvi della loro moltitudine di forme, colori e dimensioni…Ma cosa sono le foglie? Questo organo della pianta può, a buon diritto, essere considerata la sua “fabbrica”. Capiremo il perché ne “Impronte di foglie”, un laboratorio che ci permetterà di riprodurre il calco di una foglia, modellando l’argilla! Un piccolo manufatto che ci farà compagnia in queste lunghe serate autunnali…
Ancora le foglie protagoniste de “I Colori d’Autunno”: perché alcuni alberi perdono le foglie d’inverno e altri, invece, le hanno sempre verdi in tutti i periodi dell’anno? Come mai d’autunno le foglie si tingono di colori caldi? A queste e altre domande risponderemo in questo laboratorio di creatività per i più piccoli.
E infine, per chi vuole sentirsi un provetto chimico, da non perdere è “A Caccia di Colori!” dove dimostreremo, proprio davanti ai tuoi occhi, i colori che si celano nelle foglie, fiori e frutti, estraendo clorofille e pigmenti accessori con la tecnica della cromatografia su carta. Se ti sembra troppo complesso, ti aspettiamo! Non dimenticare di portare con te la tua curiosità!
Settembre è il mese mondiale dell’Alzheimer ed in particolare, il 21 Settembre ne è la Giornata celebrativa, istituita nel 1994 dall’OMS (Organizzazione Mondiale della Sanità) e dall’ADI (Alzheimer’s Disease International), con l’obiettivo di creare una coscienza pubblica sulle conseguenze di questa terribile malattia, che si stima colpisca nel mondo 36 milioni di persone ogni giorno.
Le più recenti evidenze sperimentali nelle neuroscienze cognitive nutrizionali indicano che una nutrizione ottimale può servire come potenziale via per preservare le funzioni cognitive, rallentando la progressione di malattie legate all’invecchiamento patologico, quali la malattia di Alzheimer.  Ne parliamo insieme alla Prof.ssa Marina Melone, Direttore del Centro Interuniversitario di Ricerca in Neuroscienze Università degli Studi della Campania Luigi Vanvitelli – Clinica Neurologica II e Centro Malattie Rare, Dipartimento di Scienze Mediche, Chirurgiche, Neurologiche,
Metaboliche, e dell’Invecchiamento (DSMCNMI) nell’approfondimento scientifico, previsto per Domenica 23, dal titolo Mangiare con il Cervello, ovvero come costruire e mantenere un Cervello sano”. Da non perdere!

Trascorri una tiepida e soleggiata giornata settembrina all’insegna della curiosità e del divertimento! Non andare via senza prima aver gettato un’occhiata alle nostre aree espositive!
Ancora non hai visitato il Museo Corporea? E’ l’unico in Italia, dedicato interamente alla macchina “perfetta” del corpo umano! Una visita guidata, in compagnia di una delle nostre guide, ti permetterà di scoprire i segreti del nostro corpo e sperimentare gli exhibits che più ti incuriosiscono!
Se con l’arrivo dell’autunno e la diminuzione delle ore di luce, ti senti spossato, assonnato, stanco, non preoccuparti stai semplicemente subendo uno degli effetti dei cambiamenti stagionali sul nostro corpo. Non solo la nostra specie ne è affetta, ma tutti gli animali hanno dei ritmi circadiani da seguire e che possono essere scombussolati dall’arrivo dell’autunno. Scoprilo nel nostro approfondimento “Fiat Lux”.
Quali pesci, molluschi e crostacei abitano le vasche della Mostra “Il Mare” ? Segui la visita guidata “Ecosistemi marini” e avrai la possibilità di accarezzare alcuni organismi marini vivi nella nostra Touch pool. Che emozione!
Immancabile la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, il nuovo spazio espositivo dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo. Per ogni uomo della Terra ci sono oltre 150 milioni di insetti. “I giganti a sei zampe” hanno conquistato quasi tutti gli habitat del nostro pianeta…. è il momento di cominciare a conoscerli meglio.
E se i tuoi bimbi ancora hanno voglia di imparare, “Inventa i tuoi animali marini”, un laboratorio dove potrai colorare sagome di pesci, inventandoti nuove specie, e poi, come per “magia”, farle comparire e nuotare in un grande acquario virtuale.
E’ tornata dalle vacanze la mascotte di Città della Scienza, la più amata da adulti e bambini! BIT! Non lo conosci? Vieni a incontrarlo, risponderà a tutte le tue curiosità scientifiche e non solo… Dove sarà stato in questo tempo? Quali avventure ti racconterà? Non perdere questo appuntamento con “Parla con BIT”.
Al Planetario potrai scegliere tra lo spettacolo 2D “From Earth to the Universe – Dalla Terra all’Universo” per scoprire le più importanti teorie elaborate dall’uomo nel corso del tempo in campo astronomico fino alle prospettive future e, se non puoi rinunciare al brivido del 3D,Robot Explorers” per viaggiare insieme a sonde, lander e orbiter all’interno del nostro sistema solare.
Vieni a scoprire il ricco programma!
Vi aspettiamo in tanti!

SABATO 22 SETTEMBRE

Show Planetario 2D “From Earth to the Universe – Dalla Terra all’Universo” 
Un viaggio alla scoperta del cielo, dalle teorie degli antichi astronomi Greci ai grandi telescopi odierni.
Alle ore 12.30 – 14.30
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario

Show Planetario 3D “Robot explorers” 
Sonde, lander, orbiter e satelliti: i robot esploratori vi porteranno alla scoperta del nostro Sistema Solare!
Alle ore 11.30-13.30
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario

Visite guidate alla Mostra Corporea – Museo interattivo del Corpo Umano 
5000mq, tre piani e oltre 100 exhibits interattivi per raccontare in maniera divertente tutti i segreti del corpo umano!
Alle ore 10.15 –12.15 – 14.15 – 15.15
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Corporea

Fiat Lux! 
Quanto è importante la luce nella regolazione dei cicli circadiani degli animali, uomo compreso? Quali sono gli effetti dell’arrivo dell’autunno sul nostro corpo?
Scoprilo in questo approfondimento durante la visita guidata alla Mostra Corporea.

Visita guidata alla Mostra Insetti&CO 
Non perdere la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, il nuovo spazio espositivo per i più piccoli dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo…
Alle ore 11.00 – 14.00
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visita guidata alla Mostra Il Mare – Ecosistemi marini 
Visita la Mostra dedicata al Mare completamente rinnovata! Scopri quali nuovi pesci, molluschi e crostacei abitano le nostre vasche. Durante la visita, avrai la possibilità di accarezzare alcuni organismi marini vivi nella nostra Touch pool. Che emozione!
Alle ore 10.00– 15.00
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Inventa i tuoi animali marini 
Inventa coloratissimi pesci e poi, come per magia, farle comparire e nuotare in un grande acquario virtuale.
Alle ore 12.00
Durata 30’
Prenotazioni e partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Corporea (massimo 25 bambini per turno)
Per bambini dai 6 ai 12 anni

Cosa provoca le stagioni? 
Approfondimento scientifico interattivo sul moto di rotazione dell’asse terrestre e sul sistema Terra-Sole.
Alle ore 12.45 – 14.45
Exhibit “Il Globo” – Mostra “Insetti &Co.”
Durata 30’
Per tutti

Impronte di foglie
Vieni a scoprire le forme e le trame delle foglie! Prova a creare un calco di foglia, modellando un panetto di argilla. Sarà un bellissimo fermacarte!
Alle ore 12.15 – 15.15
Durata 45’
InsettiLab 1 – Mostra “Insetti&Co.”
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea/Mare fino a esaurimento posti
Per bambini dagli 8 anni (Max 20 bambini)

I Colori d’Autunno 
Decora il tuo alberello, sprigiona la tua fantasia con i colori d’autunno in questo laboratorio di pittura dai colori caldi.
Alle ore 14.00
Durata 45’
InsettiLab 1 – Mostra “Insetti&Co.”
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea/Mare fino a esaurimento posti
Per bambini dai 4 ai 6 anni (Max 20 bambini)

A Caccia di Colori! 
Estrai i pigmenti naturali nascosti in foglie, fiori e frutti grazie all’esperienza della cromatografia. Scopri il chimico che è in te!
Alle ore 13.00
Assaggi di Scienze – Mostra Il Mare
Durata 45’
Per tutti

Parla con BIT! 
E’ tornata la nostra mascotte! La più amata da tutti i bambini! Vieni a conoscerlo. Avrà tanti racconti da farti!
Alle ore 11.00 – 14.30
Durata 30’
Insetti Lab1 in Mostra Insetti&Co.
Per bambini dai 6 anni in su

DOMENICA 23 SETTEMBRE

Show Planetario 2D “From Earth to the Universe – Dalla Terra all’Universo” 
Un viaggio alla scoperta del cielo, dalle teorie degli antichi astronomi Greci ai grandi telescopi odierni.
Alle ore 12.30 – 14.30
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario

Show Planetario 3D “Robot explorers” 
Sonde, lander, orbiter e satelliti: i robot esploratori vi porteranno alla scoperta del nostro Sistema Solare!
Alle ore 11.30-13.30
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario

Visite guidate alla Mostra Corporea – Museo interattivo del Corpo Umano 
5000mq, tre piani e oltre 100 exhibits interattivi per raccontare in maniera divertente tutti i segreti del corpo umano!
Alle ore 10.15 –12.15 – 14.15 – 15.15
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Corporea

Fiat Lux! 
Quanto è importante la luce nella regolazione dei cicli circadiani degli animali, uomo compreso? Quali sono gli effetti dell’arrivo dell’autunno sul nostro corpo?
Scoprilo in questo approfondimento durante la visita guidata alla Mostra Corporea.

Visita guidata alla Mostra Insetti&CO 
Non perdere la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, il nuovo spazio espositivo per i più piccoli dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo…
Alle ore 11.00 – 14.00
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visita guidata alla Mostra Il Mare – Ecosistemi marini 
Visita la Mostra dedicata al Mare completamente rinnovata! Scopri quali nuovi pesci, molluschi e crostacei abitano le nostre vasche. Durante la visita, avrai la possibilità di accarezzare alcuni organismi marini vivi nella nostra Touch pool. Che emozione!
Alle ore 10.00– 15.00
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Inventa i tuoi animali marini 
Inventa coloratissimi pesci e poi, come per magia, farle comparire e nuotare in un grande acquario virtuale.
Alle ore 12.00
Durata 30’
Prenotazioni e partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Corporea (massimo 25 bambini per turno)
Per bambini dai 6 ai 12 anni

Cosa provoca le stagioni? 
Approfondimento scientifico interattivo sul moto di rotazione dell’asse terrestre e sul sistema Terra-Sole.
Alle ore 12.45 – 14.45
Exhibit “Il Globo” – Mostra “Insetti &Co.”
Durata 30’
Per tutti

Mangiare con il Cervello, ovvero come costruire e mantenere un Cervello sano
Nel corso di migliaia di anni, la dieta, insieme ad altri aspetti della vita quotidiana, come l’esercizio fisico, ha avuto un ruolo cruciale nel plasmare le capacità cognitive e l’evoluzione del cervello. I progressi della biologia molecolare hanno rivelato la capacità dei segnali di derivazione alimentare di influenzare il metabolismo energetico e la plasticità sinaptica e, quindi, mediare gli effetti del cibo sulle funzioni cognitive, che probabilmente è stata cruciale per l’evoluzione del cervello della nostra specie. Le abitudini alimentari sono state intrinsecamente associate allo sviluppo della civiltà umana, in quanto la scelta di cosa mangiare è influenzata dalla cultura, dalla religione e dalla società. Gli effetti del cibo sulla cognizione, recentemente scoperti, sono intriganti per il grande pubblico, in quanto potrebbero sfidare numerosi preconcetti, e attirano un interesse sostanziale da parte dei media.Le più recenti evidenze sperimentali nelle neuroscienze cognitive nutrizionali indicano che una nutrizione ottimale può servire come potenziale via per preservare le funzioni cognitive, rallentando la progressione di malattie legate all’invecchiamento patologico, quali la malattia di Alzheimer. Una maggiore comprensione della base molecolare degli effetti del cibo sulla cognizione ci aiuterà a determinare come meglio manipolare la dieta per aumentare la resistenza dei neuroni agli insulti così come la individuazione delle numerose sostanze bioattive presenti negli alimenti rappresenta un nuovo ambito di studio per interventi che possano promuovere un invecchiamento cerebrale “di successo”.
Alle ore 12.30
Lab 3 – Secondo piano Corporea
Durata 30’
A cura di: II Clinica Neurologica e Centro Malattie Rare, Dipartimento di Scienze Mediche, Chirurgiche, Neurologiche, Metaboliche, e dell’Invecchiamento & Centro Interuniversitario di Ricerca in Neuroscienze (CIRN); Università degli Studi della Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”, e con la Prof.ssa Marina Melone, Dr. Guglielmo Capaldo.

La bussola delle Stagioni
Frutta, ortaggi e legumi non sono sempre gli stessi nel corso dell’anno. Costruisci una “bussola delle stagioni” per ricordare cosa è più giusto mangiare, stagione dopo stagione!
Alle ore 14.00
Durata 45’
InsettiLab 1 – Mostra “Insetti&Co.”
Prenotazioni e partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Corporea (massimo 10 bambini )
Per bambini dai 6 agli 8 anni

I Colori d’Autunno
Decora il tuo alberello, sprigiona la tua fantasia con i colori d’autunno in questo laboratorio di pittura dai colori caldi.
Alle ore 12.15 – 15.15
Durata 45’
InsettiLab 1 – Mostra “Insetti&Co.”
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea/Mare fino a esaurimento posti
Per bambini dai 4 ai 6 anni (Max 20 bambini)

A Caccia di Colori! 
Estrai i pigmenti naturali nascosti in foglie, fiori e frutti grazie all’esperienza della cromatografia. Scopri il chimico che è in te!
Alle ore 13.00
Durata 45’
Assaggi di Scienze – Mostra Il Mare
Per tutti

Parla con BIT! 
E’ tornata la nostra mascotte! La più amata da tutti i bambini! Vieni a conoscerlo. Avrà tanti racconti da farti!
Alle ore 11.00 – 14.30
Durata 30’
Insetti Lab1 in Mostra Insetti&Co.
Per bambini dai 6 anni in su

BIGLIETTERIA

Biglietto di ingresso  (valido dal 12 giugno al 30 settembre)

Biglietto unico adulti/bambini: 7€
Planetario 5€
Science Centre + Planetario 10€.

ACQUISTA IL BIGLIETTO ONLINE E SALTA LA FILA!

INFO SU ORARI ED EVENTI

Orari fino al 30 settembre

Dal martedì alla domenica dalle 10.00 alle 16.00
Lunedì: chiuso

Contact Centre
contact@cittadellascienza.it
+39 081.7352.258 +39 081.7352.259 +39 081.7352.220 +39 081.7352.222
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Il Servizio è attivo dal lunedì al venerdì dalle ore 8.30 alle ore 17.00

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RED BLOOD ! September 15, 16 and 19 at Città della Scienza

Journey into the cardiovascular system boarding a red blood cell

There are special days in which, walking through the alleys of our city, you can breathe celebration and joy in the air … September 19th  is one of these: we celebrate Saint Gennaro, the patron saint of the city of Naples. In the street, the clamor is dense, you feel apprehension and palpitation that explodes in screams “A fatt ‘or’ Miracol!”: the party can begin!

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Città della Scienza celebrates the day of Saint Gennaro, remembering the historical figure between truth and false myths and explaining the scientific foundations of the famous “Miracle”, which has always fascinated the devout Neapolitans.  “San Gennaro, help us!”

It will also be an opportunity to focus on the topic of blood from a scientific point of view through workshops, insights analysis and guided themed tours!
For example, “A-B-Zero-AB” is a laboratory practice dedicated to blood groups, a topic that is still little known. How many of you know your blood group? Can you tell which other blood groups can you donate blood to? Test dummy blood samples (synthetic), assessing reactivity against anti-A, anti-B and anti-Rh sera and discover the different types of cells populating human blood.
Our our younger and fearless visitors will be able to try their hand at the “Bloody Slime” – a workshop where they will learn tricks and secrets to prepare the perfect recipe for the “slime”, a gummy and “sticky” material. Tinging it with a nice red, they will make it very bloody!

Everyone, as children, we thought at least once of wanting to be doctors at large. The idea of ​​saving lives, of healing and healing people from terrible diseases fills our hearts. But, being a doctor is a complex job … Live “A Doctor’s Day”: visit patients, take measurements of vital signs, investigate the causes of possible diseases and build your personal “bag” with everything you need. You may find that the doctor is the right profession for you!
The red liquid that circulates in the intricate web of veins, vessels and capillaries plays a major role in the defense of our body from external attacks of viruses and bacteria, but also from threats that come from within. It is the case of terrible and dramatically current diseases such as tumors. Diseases of which there is still a lot of reticence to speak, almost as if the silence was a way to “magically” disappear these ugly evils that afflict our lives.
Reaffirming the importance of dialogue on these issues, Città della Scienza is pleased to marry the project “Illness explained to my son”, born within the Department of Hematology Oncology of the National Cancer Institute “Fondazione G. Pascale”, IRCCS of Naples, directed by Prof. Antonello Pinto.
In the form of two interactive books and a cartoon, in a sensitive and scientifically relevant manner, the project helps adults to explain to children the haematological or oncological disease and the side effects of chemotherapy.
Following, the most recent frontiers in the medical field for the treatment of tumors will be discussed: the gene therapies. At what point are we with research and experimentation in this sector? Find out and maybe the “bad evil” will make you a little less afraid!
Spend a warm and sunny September day full of curiosity and fun! Do not leave without first having a look at our exhibition areas!

You still have not visited the Corporea museum? It is the only one in Italy, entirely dedicated to the “perfect” machine of the human body! A guided tour, in the company of one of our guides, will allow you to discover the secrets of our body and experience the exhibits that most intrigue you! “Blood under examination” is the study dedicated to our cardiovascular system. Browsing through the functional anatomical maps, observing ancient finds and interacting with the exhibits marked by the red color, you will discover life, death and miracles of the blood! Which fish, molluscs and crustaceans live in the pools of the “Sea” exhibition? Follow the guided tour “Marine Ecosystems” and you will have the chance to caress some living marine organisms in our Touch pool. What an emotion! A guided tour of “Insetti & CO”, the new exhibition space dedicated to the spectacular world of insects and more. For every man on Earth there are over 150 million insects. “The six-legged giants” have conquered almost all the habitats of our planet … it’s time to start getting to know them better. They chase us, they smell us, they annoy us sometimes, they are thirsty for our blood … If you are thinking about imaginative imaginary characters, you are wrong. They are “Bloodsucking Animals” or hematophagous, parasites that feed on the blood of other animals (including humans). We discover the less known among the hematophagous animals, their biology and their behavior thanks to a scientific study. For the younger ones, future scientists, an “AniMani” finger painting workshop – where, inspired by a happy fairy tale, you can paint all the animals you love most, but, using only your fingerprints. And if your children still want to learn, “Invent your marine animals”, a laboratory where you can color fish shapes, inventing new species, and then, as for “magic”, make them appear and swim in a large virtual aquarium . The mascot of Città della Scienza, the most loved by adults and children, has returned from vacation! BIT! You do not know him? Come and meet him, he will answer all your scientific curiosities and not only … Where have you been in this time? What adventures will he tell you? Do not miss this appointment with “Talk to BIT”. At the Planetarium you can choose between the 2D show “From Earth to the Universe – From the Earth to the Universe” to discover the most important theories elaborated by man over time in the astronomical field up to future prospects and, if you can not give up the thrill 3D, “Robot Explorers” to travel with probes, landers and orbiters in our solar system.
Come and discover the rich program!
We are waiting for you in many!

TICKETS from June 12th to September 30th

SCIENCE CENTRE 
Adults/kids 7 € 

PLANETARIUM
Adults and kids € 5

SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARIUM
Adults/kids  € 10

BUY ONLINE !

INFO

From June 12th to September 30th*

From Tuesday to Sunday from  10 am to 4 pm
Monday: closing

*From July 30th to September 3rd the museum will be closed 

Contact Centre
contact@cittadellascienza.it
+39 081.7352.258 +39 081.7352.259 +39 081.7352.220
+39 081.7352.222 – fax +39 081.7352.224

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Elettrica-mente! 8 and 9 September 2018 at Città della Scienza

An electrifying weekend to start again … 

When summer is ending, the risk is longing and always around the corner. What is needed is a discharge of energy to start again at the top and face a new school and work year.

Precisely for this reason, come and visit us at Città della Scienza on the weekend of reopening of September 8th -9th, 2018 where you will find many interactive laboratories, insights, scientific demonstrations on Electricity! From the aspects related to the activity of global electrical phenomena, an exciting weekend awaits you!

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With “Makey Makey” you can transform, thanks to a nice kit, any object in a computer keyboard … And if bananas become keys of a piano? Come and try this amazing laboratory that exploits the ability to conduct electricity through plant tissues!

Have you ever tried to build a “scribbling machine”? Connect the cables and build in this innovative tinkering lab (from English to tinker) a machine able to scribble and then, wide to the imagination in the decoration phase!
Just talking about electricity, circuits, Ohm’s and Faraday’s laws, you get goosebumps and immediately you get entangled with phrases “Too difficult for me!” Or “I do not care”? Follow “Experimenting with … Electricity!”: We will try to make you change your mind and we will demonstrate, through simple and reproducible experiments, that even the physics of electricity is within everyone’s reach! Maybe you can discover to be  a modern Tesla!
If you visit our Corporea museum, 5000 square meters museum, on three levels, entirely dedicated to the human body, you have always wondered what it was that strange caged ball near the exit or that you already know that with that exhibit you can have fun, the Hair straightener is ready to be experienced! With great demand, there is this weekend “Il Ritorno del Drizzacapelli”!
Spend a warm and sunny September day full of curiosity and fun! Do not leave without first having a look at our exhibition areas!
You still have not visited the Corporea museum? It is the only one in Italy, entirely dedicated to the “perfect” machine of the human body! A guided tour, in the company of one of our guides, will allow you to discover the secrets of our body and experience the exhibits that most intrigue you!
What is adrenaline, what is it and what happens to our body when an adrenaline rush is taking place? Do not miss “Adrenaline releases”!
Discover which new fish, molluscs and crustaceans live in the pools of the “Sea” exhibition following the guided tour “Marine ecosystems”. During the visit, you will have the opportunity to caress some live marine organisms in our Touch pool. What an emotion!

There are electric discharges that fascinate us more than others … These are lightning (also called lightning or lightning), atmospheric phenomena between clouds and ground of great power and energy, as well as a strong suggestion! Just consider that once they were considered as a direct evocation of the rage of the Gods! “Lightning … in the sky”have fallen!

A guided tour of “Insetti & CO”, the new exhibition space dedicated to the spectacular world of insects and more. For every man on Earth there are over 150 million insects. “The six-legged giants” have conquered almost all the habitats of our planet … it’s time to start getting to know them better. For youngest future scientists, an “AniMani” finger painting workshop – where, inspired by a happy fairy tale, you can paint all the animals you love most, but, using only your fingerprints. And if your children still want to learn, “Create your marine animals”, a laboratory where you can color fish shapes, inventing new species, and then, as for “magic”, make them appear and swim in a large virtual aquarium .

Have you ever met BIT the most loved exhibits by adults and children?  Come and meet him, he will answer all your scientific curiosities and not only … Where have you been in this time? What adventures will he tell you? Do not miss this appointment with “Talk to BIT”. At the Planetarium you can choose between the 2D show “From Earth to the Universe – From the Earth to the Universe” to discover the most important theories elaborated by man over time in the astronomical field up to future prospects and, if you can not give up the thrill 3D, “Robot Explorers” to travel with probes, landers and orbiters in our solar system.

Come and discover the rich program!

We are waiting for you in many!

 

TICKETS from June 12th to September 30th

SCIENCE CENTRE 
Adults/kids 7 € 

PLANETARIUM
Adults and kids € 5

SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARIUM
Adults/kids  € 10

BUY ONLINE !

INFO

From June 12th to September 30th*

From Tuesday to Sunday from  10 am to 4 pm
Monday: closing

*From July 30th to September 3rd the museum will be closed 

Contact Centre
contact@cittadellascienza.it
+39 081.7352.258 +39 081.7352.259 +39 081.7352.220
+39 081.7352.222 – fax +39 081.7352.224

 

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At school of… Science! SEPTEMBER 2018

L’estate volge al termine… E’ tempo di riporre gli ombrelloni, i costumi, i souvenir dell’estate ma non la voglia di divertirsi e di scoprire nuove cose!
Quale posto migliore di Città della Scienza per poter riprendere alla grande, dopo le vacanze estive, trascorrendo una piacevole giornata all’insegna della spensieratezza e della scoperta scientifica?
Vieni a visitare i nostri spazi espositivi, curiosa tra le nostre Mostre, rivela lo scienziato che è in te cimentandoti in laboratori e attività scientifiche e di manualità! O semplicemente passeggia e vieni a goderti il sole settembrino negli ampi nostri ambienti… Ne uscirai sempre arricchito!

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Hai mai provato a costruire una marionetta? Uno dei primissimi giocattoli inventati dall’uomo, ha fatto divertire intere generazioni di bambini quando ancora non esistevano videogiochi moderni e consolle digitali… Protagonista indiscusso del teatro figurato, potrai ripercorrere la storia delle marionette e provare a costruirne una tu! Riscopri il piacere di fabbricare un gioco antico ne “Giochi d’altri tempi: la Marionetta!”
L’estate sta finendo e già ti manca il mare? Non preoccuparti, la mostra “Il Mare” ti aspetta con tutti i suoi abitanti, magari gli stessi che hai riconosciuto e avvistato in natura solo poche settimane fa.
Scopri quali nuovi pesci, molluschi e crostacei abitano le nostre vasche seguendo la visita guidata “Ecosistemi marini” e chiedi a un esperto tutto quello che avresti voluto durante il tuo snorkeling! Durante la visita, avrai la possibilità, inoltre, di accarezzare alcuni organismi marini vivi nella nostra Touch pool. Che emozione!
Per i più piccoli, “Inventa i tuoi animali marini”, un’attività dove potrai colorare sagome di pesci, inventandoti nuove specie, e poi, come per “magia”, farle comparire e nuotare in un grande acquario virtuale.
Non perdere la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, il nuovo spazio espositivo dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo. Per ogni uomo della Terra ci sono oltre 150 milioni di insetti. “I giganti a sei zampe” hanno conquistato quasi tutti gli habitat del nostro pianeta…. è il momento di cominciare a conoscerli meglio.Trova il coraggio che è in te per poter accarezzare alcuni esemplari di insetti unici al mondo!
Non hai ancora visitato Corporea, il primo museo interattivo sul Corpo Umano in Italia? Esplora tutti i principali apparati e sistemi del nostro corpo mediante più di 100 postazioni interattive, ludiche e divertenti! Il corpo umano non avrà più segreti…
Al Planetario potrai scegliere tra lo spettacolo 2D “From Earth to the Universe – Dalla Terra all’Universo” per scoprire le più importanti teorie elaborate dall’uomo nel corso del tempo in campo astronomico fino alle prospettive future o, se non puoi rinunciare al brivido del 3D, “Robot Explorers” per viaggiare insieme a sonde, lander e orbiter all’interno del nostro sistema solare.
Vieni a scoprire il ricco programma!
Vi aspettiamo in tanti!

SETTEMBRE 2018
Dal martedì al venerdì

4 SETTEMBRE: Seminario Scientifico “Cities on Volcanoes (CoV 10)  
Il seminario è intitolato “Millennia of Stratification between Life of Man and Volcanoes: strategies for coexistence” e vuole porre l’attenzione alla capacità di resilienza dell’uomo al rischio vulcanico, nella storia millenaria di coesistenza dell’uomo con i vulcani, e mostrare come questi possono rappresentare tanto una risorsa quanto un problema.
Dalle ore 11 alle ore 13
Sala Saffo- Centro Congressi
Per docenti di scuole di ogni ordine e grado

Show Planetario 2D “From Earth to the Universe – Dalla Terra all’Universo” 
Un viaggio alla scoperta del cielo, dalle teorie degli antichi astronomi Greci ai grandi telescopi odierni.
Alle ore 12.30-14.30
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario

Show Planetario 3D “Robot explorers” 
Sonde, lander, orbiter e satelliti: i robot esploratori vi porteranno alla scoperta del nostro Sistema Solare!
Alle ore 11.30-13.30
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario

Visite guidate alla Mostra Corporea – Museo interattivo del Corpo Umano 
5000 mq, 3 piani e oltre 100 exhibits interattivi per scoprire i segreti del corpo umano in maniera divertente!
Alle ore 10.30 – 15.15
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Corporea

Visita guidata alla Mostra Insetti&CO 
Non perdere la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, il nuovo spazio espositivo per i più piccoli dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo…
Alle ore 13.00
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visita guidata alla Mostra Il Mare – Ecosistemi marini
Visita la Mostra dedicata al Mare completamente rinnovata! Scopri quali nuovi pesci, molluschi e crostacei abitano le nostre vasche. Durante la visita, avrai la possibilità di accarezzare alcuni organismi marini vivi nella nostra Touch pool. Che emozione!
Alle ore 11.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Inventa i tuoi animali marini 
Inventa coloratissimi pesci e poi, come per magia, farle comparire e nuotare in un grande acquario virtuale.
Alle ore 14.30
Durata 30’
Acquario Virtuale – Mostra Il Mare
Prenotazioni e partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Corporea o Mare (massimo 25 bambini per turno)
Per bambini dai 6 ai 12 anni

Giochi d’altri tempi: La Marionetta!
Con cosa giocavano i bambini quando non esistevano videogiochi e consolle? Le Marionette erano molto amate! Prova a costruire la tua e largo alla fantasia!
Alle ore 12.00
Durata 60’
Insetti Lab2 in Mostra Insetti&Co.
Prenotazioni e partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Corporea o Mare (massimo 10 bambini per turno) – Per bambini dagli 8 anni in su
Il laboratorio potrebbe non essere disponibile tutti i giorni.

BIGLIETTERIA

Biglietto di ingresso  (valido dal 12 giugno al 30 settembre)

Biglietto unico adulti/bambini: 7€
Planetario 5€
Science Centre + Planetario 10€.

ACQUISTA IL BIGLIETTO ONLINE E SALTA LA FILA!

INFO SU ORARI ED EVENTI

Orari fino al 30 settembre

Dal martedì alla domenica dalle 10.00 alle 16.00
Lunedì: chiuso

Contact Centre
contact@cittadellascienza.it
+39 081.7352.258 +39 081.7352.259 +39 081.7352.220 +39 081.7352.222
fax +39 081.7352.224
Il Servizio è attivo dal lunedì al venerdì dalle ore 8.30 alle ore 17.00

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Who finds a friend finds a treasure – 28th and 29th July

Friendship pleasures!

July 30th “Save the Date” because it identifies an important anniversary: the World Day of Friendship! A few years ago, this feast has entered right into our lives, after the UN proclaimed it in 2011 to give the right recognition to a positive feeling that is considered essential to build peace and sharing among peoples. According to the United Nations Organization, thanks to Friendship, we can contribute to world movements to achieve lasting stability, create a network that brings security and increase people’s passion for a better world, where everyone is united for the good common.

Celebrate with us this joyful event with games and workshops to do with your best friend! And do not forget to celebrate him!

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“Heart Friends” is a scientific study dedicated to the value of friendship and its relevance in our everyday life! The famous proverb “Who finds a friend, find a treasure” is an example of how we can’t  live without our best friends, people always ready to put us in a good mood and help us in times of difficulty! But did you imagine that friendship has a series of beneficial effects on the human body? Or that not only men can experience this feeling, but that it is widespread throughout the Animal Kingdom? Or again, how many are, according to the researchers, the friends that man needs?

“Heart Friends” awaits you with many other curiosities! The Friend is the person who holds out his hand in time of need! Have you ever tried to think about the importance of shaking hands? When we know a person, immediately, in our culture, we tend to take her hand to introduce ourselves! This gesture, therefore, is synonymous with openness, welcome, welcome, empathy, which are the basic components of Friendship. Try this “ice break” to meet new and nice friends in “Let’s get our hands!”.
What’s more fun than spending time with your friends? And sometimes even to challenge them to experience the thrill of shouting, “I won!” Challenge your friends on the various exhibits of the Interactive Body Museum and become the champion of the “Corporiadi – The Corporal Olympics!”.
For the winner, gadget and fame! Finally, do not miss “Microcosmo”, a workshop for children, where you can populate a landscape (diorama) with many funny animals and plants and discover all the relationships between the species that coexist in the same environment! Will they be able to live together or will they end up competing? Find it out!

Visit the exhibition dedicated to the sea! Find out which new fish, molluscs and crustaceans live in our tanks following the guided tour “Marine Ecosystems”. During the guide, you will have the opportunity to caress some marine organisms in our Touch pool. What an emotion! For the little ones, “Create your marine animals“, a laboratory where fish shapes are colored, inventing new species, and then, as for “magic”, make them appear and swim in a large virtual aquarium. BIT is back the most exhibit loved by adults and children! BIT! You do not know him? Come and meet him, he will answer all your scientific curiosities and not only … Where have you been in this time? What adventures will he tell you? Do not miss this appointment with “Talk to BIT”. Take part in the guided tour by “Bugs & CO”, the new exhibition space dedicated to the spectacular world of insects and more. For every man on Earth there are over 150 million insects. “The six-legged giants” have conquered almost all the habitats of our planet …. it’s time to start getting to know them better.

Hidden within our exhibitions dedicated to the incredible variety of the animal world, the exhibition The Sea and the Insetti & Co Show, there are many funny examples of Animals Friends! Friendship, or rather a relationship in which an animal species helps and is helped by another is called Symbiosis. You will be amazed to discover the intricate “Natural Relations” between clown fish and anemones or between mushrooms and leaf-cutting ants!

In addition to guided tours to Corporea, the Interactive Exhibition of the Human Body,  the 2D show “From the Earth to the Universe – From the Earth to the Universe” to discover the most important theories elaborated by man during the time in the astronomical field up to the future perspectives, and for 3D lovers, “Robot Explorers” is waiting for you to travel together, lander and orbiter inside our solar system.

Come and discover the rich program!

TICKETS from June 12th to September 30th

SCIENCE CENTRE 
Adults/kids 7 € 

PLANETARIUM
Adults and kids € 5

SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARIUM
Adults/kids  € 10

BUY ONLINE !

INFO

From June 12th to September 30th*

From Tuesday to Sunday from  10 am to 4 pm
Monday: closing

*From July 30th to September 3rd the museum will be closed 

Contact Centre
contact@cittadellascienza.it
+39 081.7352.258 +39 081.7352.259 +39 081.7352.220
+39 081.7352.222 – fax +39 081.7352.224

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Smart, action! – 21th and 22th July

How much have technology changed our daily life?

Try to close your eyes for a few moments and think of three objects that in recent years have profoundly transformed our habits of life, the way we study, work and communicate.

Surely you’re thinking of the computer, the tablet and the smartphone or at least one of these!
On July 21st and 22nd, come and discover how the extraordinary progress of the sciences and the diffusion of new technologies that are changing our lives more and more.
Technology is increasingly pervading our daily lives. Just take a train to realize how it has become today rare to see a person flipping a newspaper compared to those who play with tablet and smartphone to search for information and frequent social networks. Choose a holiday or a restaurant, buy a good or a service, even find a boyfriend: everything is done via the Internet and with applications created ad hoc.
According to the most modern investigations, there are three attitudes towards new technologies in everyday life: the “indifferent” (68.4% of interviewees) or those who do not see particular changes in the application of technologies to everyday life: they are ” digital natives “, who consider similar technologies as” default “dates in their lives. The second group is that of “enthusiasts” (30.0%), who feel in almost all areas of technology-driven improvements. This percentage includes the old generations for whom new technologies represent a discovery (because before they did not exist or were not used). Marginale, finally, the group of “pessimists” (1.6%) that has a negative opinion about the introduction of new technologies. And you, how smart are you and which group do you belong to?
Do not miss our activities on the subject of science and technology in everyday life!

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To find a treasure, you need a map … And if instead it was your smartphone what can take you straight to the discovery of the treasure? Try it in “Treasure hunting … at the time of smartphones”: clue after clue, exploring the Corporeal Museum thanks to the support of your smartphone you will come to find a small prize. What are you waiting for? Get involved!

Behind every brilliant invention, there is the name of a scientist, a scholar who has dedicated his life to pursuing his research, even coming to make many sacrifices.

Alan Turing, brilliant mathematical mind of the mid-twentieth century, laid the foundations of modern computer science that dominates our everyday life between tablets, PCs and mobile phones. In “It’s code hour” using the SCRATCH 2.0 software, you can learn how to program a nice character to take actions or create custom GIFs. Being a computer programmer for a day will be fun!

What are the most explored areas of scientific research today? The nano particles, or particles with dimensions of the nanometer, that is a billionth of a meter!  Thanks to the “NanoKit,” through simple and fun experiments, you can understand the extraordinary physical and chemical properties of the nano particles and find out how they can be used in everyday life!
Finally, for our visitors who are still not very “technological”, “AniMani”, a beautiful laboratory of creativity where, inspired by a funny story, you can draw many animals using only your fingerprints.
Explore the exhibition areas of our Science Center! Visit the exhibition dedicated to the sea. Discover which new fish, molluscs and crustaceans live in our tanks following the guided tour “Marine Ecosystems”. During the visit, you will have the opportunity to caress some live marine organisms in our Touch pool. What an emotion!
How technology helps us explore and study the marine world? In “SOund NAvigation and Ranging” you rediscover the history of Sonar’s invention and its past, current and future applications.

 For the little ones, “Create your marine animals“, a laboratory where fish shapes are colored, inventing new species, and then, as for “magic”, make them appear and swim in a large virtual aquarium. BIT is back the most exhibit loved by adults and children! BIT! You do not know him? Come and meet him, he will answer all your scientific curiosities and not only … Where have you been in this time? What adventures will he tell you? Do not miss this appointment with “Talk to BIT”. Take part in the guided tour by “Bugs & CO”, the new exhibition space dedicated to the spectacular world of insects and more. For every man on Earth there are over 150 million insects. “The six-legged giants” have conquered almost all the habitats of our planet …. it’s time to start getting to know them better.

Beyond the visits they guide a Corporea, the first interactive museum on the Human Body in Italy, the 2D show “From the Earth to the Universe – From the Earth to the Universe” to discover the most important theories elaborated by man during the time in the astronomical field up to the future perspectives, and for 3D lovers, “Robot Explorers” is waiting for you to travel together, lander and orbiter inside our solar system.

A new 2D show, free for the occasion, “Microcosm- The microcosm within us”, is scheduled Saturday and Sunday where you can “miniaturize” and be catapulted into the human body to defeat a mysterious viral infection in a raceagainst time … Will the patient survive?

Come and discover the rich program!

TICKETS from June 12th to September 30th

SCIENCE CENTRE 
Adults/kids 7 € 

PLANETARIUM
Adults and kids € 5

SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARIUM
Adults/kids  € 10

BUY ONLINE !

INFO

From June 12th to September 30th*

From Tuesday to Sunday from  10 am to 4 pm
Monday: closing

*From July 30th to September 3rd the museum will be closed 

Contact Centre
contact@cittadellascienza.it
+39 081.7352.258 +39 081.7352.259 +39 081.7352.220
+39 081.7352.222 – fax +39 081.7352.224

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Italy: Beauty Of Knoweldge, Opening in Alexandria, Egypt – July 15th, 2018

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Sunday, July 15th, the exhibition Italy: the Beauty of Knowledge will display at the Alexandrina Library in Alexandria, Egypt.

The traveling exhibition was born to tell the Italian excellence in science and technology. After Alexandria, Egypt it will travel to India and Indonesia and then continue with the new stages in 2019 and 2020. The exhibition tells about the emotion of living in Italian through scientific research and its protagonists, who explain the contribution given by our country to the great adventure of knowledge and technological development: from the Renaissance to the conquest of space, a long road of research and beauty, discoveries and innovations starts from one of the most fascinating countries in the world and leads to the future.

The project is promoted and financed by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and made with the direct contribution of the National Research Council and the three main Italian scientific museums of , coordinated by Città della Scienza of Naples:  Galileo Museum  of Florence, Muse di Trento, National Museum of Science and Technology of Milan.

The  exhibition Italy: the beauty of knowledge is articulated in a parametric structure of about 400 square meters that allows an engaging use capable of communicating dynamism and lightness. An exhibition space that, through a narration based on emblematic examples of the close relationship between Italian research and the quality of life in Italy, proposes a composition of thematic modules on the most current trends that combine research and culture and narrate a dynamic Italy that look at tomorrow. Both from an expository and conceptual point of view, this is an ‘open’ structure based on generative modules, configuring an ‘organism’ that, born of an elementary form, is able to evolve dynamically.

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A dip in Science sea! 14 and 15 July

The most beautiful season of the year is finally on air…

Every season has its scents but those of the summer are unmistakable! The pungent smell of freshly cut grass, that of earth and moss after a summer storm … but one more than all holds the essence of this season: the smell of the sea.

So dive with us in a “sea” of science! Stories, tales, games and experiments await you in Città della Scienza to celebrate the arrival of the most loved and “sweaty” season of the year!
It is precisely during the summer that we often hear about perceived temperatures, thermometers, maximums, minimums … did you know that the strategies implemented by the thermos to avoid exchanging heat are the same as those used by our bodies? With “What warm!”, Through simple experiments, you will have the opportunity to find out what the temperature is, what is meant by perceived temperature and much more! Do not miss!

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With the heat, the answer can only be heading towards the sea! So do not miss our customized marine-themed workshops.

The most classic of traditional family games: the steal-flag, revisited in a marine key. Often observing the surface of the sea rippled by the waves you can get the wrong impression that the sea is all uniform! This huge blue expanse that covers 2/3 of our planet has within it a wide range of diversified environments. Find out what they are and how all forms of marine life have adapted to these environments in “Rubabandiera Marino”.

Among the many marine animals, some pass, sometimes, unnoticed! This is the case of the group of sponges, scientifically known as Porifera. How many imagine that the natural bath sponge that we use every day to wash was once a living being able to feed, grow and reproduce ?! For these and other curiosities, do not miss “Spongnes!”.
Explore the exhibition areas of our Science Center! Visit the exhibition dedicated to the sea. Find out which new fish, shellfish and crustaceans live in our tanks following the guided tour “Marine Ecosystems”. During the visit, you will have the opportunity to caress some marine organisms alive in our Touch pool. What an emotion!

The meeting with one of these animals can turn a pleasant and relaxing swim on an unfortunate day! These are the jellyfish, ancient inhabitants of our seas on which false information often circulates. We are here to deny you. Do not miss our study “A Jellyfish for a Friend” and you will always know how to behave correctly in his presence.
For kids, “Invent your marine animals”, a laboratory where you can color fish shapes, inventing new species, and then, as for “magic”, make them appear and swim in a large virtual aquarium.

“But what are the mosquitoes for ?!”: How many of us have not wondered, at least once in their lifetime, what were these “blood-thirsty” insects that disturb us on our summer nights? All living things have a fundamental ecological role in our planet, including mosquitoes. Check theirs out!

Visit the exhibition dedicated to the sea! Find out which new fish, molluscs and crustaceans live in our tanks following the guided tour “Marine Ecosystems”. During the guide, you will have the opportunity to caress some marine organisms in our Touch pool. What an emotion! For the little ones, “Create your marine animals“, a laboratory where fish shapes are colored, inventing new species, and then, as for “magic”, make them appear and swim in a large virtual aquarium. BIT is back the most exhibit loved by adults and children! BIT! You do not know him? Come and meet him, he will answer all your scientific curiosities and not only … Where have you been in this time? What adventures will he tell you? Do not miss this appointment with “Talk to BIT”. Take part in the guided tour by “Bugs & CO”, the new exhibition space dedicated to the spectacular world of insects and more. For every man on Earth there are over 150 million insects. “The six-legged giants” have conquered almost all the habitats of our planet …. it’s time to start getting to know them better.

In addition to guided tours to Corporea, the Interactive Exhibition of the Human Body, learn more about “The Thermodynamics of Our Body” to understand how and why our body exchanges energy with the external environment.Turning among the funniest exhibits of the Isle of the Corporea’s Thermodynamic System, you’ll see that our body functions in all respects like a thermal machine.It requires ENERGY for its operation and the relationship between energy used and time of use is called METABOLISM.

Moreover the 2D show “From the Earth to the Universe – From the Earth to the Universe” to discover the most important theories elaborated by man during the time in the astronomical field up to the future perspectives, and for 3D lovers, “Robot Explorers” is waiting for you to travel together, lander and orbiter inside our solar system.

A new 2D show, free for the occasion, “Microcosm- The microcosm within us”, is scheduled Saturday and Sunday where you can “miniaturize” and be catapulted into the human body to defeat a mysterious viral infection in a raceagainst time … Will the patient survive?

Come and discover the rich program!

TICKETS from June 12th to September 30th

SCIENCE CENTRE 
Adults/kids 7 € 

PLANETARIUM
Adults and kids € 5

SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARIUM
Adults/kids  € 10

BUY ONLINE !

INFO

From June 12th to September 30th*

From Tuesday to Sunday from  10 am to 4 pm
Monday: closing

*From July 30th to September 3rd the museum will be closed 

Contact Centre
contact@cittadellascienza.it
+39 081.7352.258 +39 081.7352.259 +39 081.7352.220
+39 081.7352.222 – fax +39 081.7352.224

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Kissing Science – July, 7th and 8th at Città della Scienza

Behind a kiss there is not only the work of 35 facial muscles, but also a lot of history of literature and cinema. Therefore, to celebrate this extraordinary exchange of feelings, microbes and pheromones among human beings,  every July 6, since 1990, it’s the World Day of the kiss.

British wew the first to celebrate it;  however, the event that tends to celebrate the most simple and pure love has taken over the world a little.
On the 7th and 8th of July at Città della Scienza we will discover the origin, the benefits of receiving and kissing, the effects of kisses on our hormones and on the brain and lots of other curiosities. We are waiting for you with a weekend full of emotions, passion and love!

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Thanks to a special path in eight stages among the Corporea exhibits, you will be able to discover everything about kisses: why psychologists and doctors say that kissing is good? How long has the longest kiss lasted in the world? What are the seven most beautiful kisses in Hollywood? Saturday and Sunday discover the Science of the Kiss in “A path …getting Kiss!”.

During a passionate kiss, two lovers exchange hormones, microbes but also DNA! It is appropriate to say that in love you share everything, even your own DNA! The partner passes to his sweet half of his DNA that remains recognizable for at least an hour. Undergo the most “sweet” of experiments and you can bring home the DNA of your love.
And if you have not yet found “the other half of the apple”, do not worry, we will still extract the DNA from your spit! It will be great to see the “code of life” right in front of your eyes. Follow “DNA & the Trace of Love!”.

And for the little ones who will accompany their parents on this day dedicated to kissing and love, scheduled “Color Hearts” where they will discover the anatomical peculiarities of our heart and have fun painting hearts, but strictly in color! Free your imagination!
Lovers have always expressed their love towards their partner by writing sweet words and romantic phrases. Scratch a surface to leave your sign of love. Try your hand at Street Art, discovering its history, the most important contemporary artists and Neapolitans and leave your mark! “Graffiti d’Amor” awaits you!

All animals have three primary needs: Feeding, Not Feeding and Reproducing. Among these three, it is above all the last to be “the driving force of life”: being able to pass their genes to future generations. To succeed in this mission, Nature has many possibilities, and fortunately, in the non-human animal world there are no prejudices. If we human beings believe that we have explored every possible amatory practice, it is only because we do not sufficiently know the extravagant options that the animal world grants … “When nature is loving nature …” is the scientific study aimed at exploring all the strategies of mating, courtship and sexuality of animals! You will discover beautiful ones!
It often happens to feel attracted in an ineluctable way by a person … As if you were two magnets! Investigate the laws of magnetism in “Fatal Attraction” through simple and fun experiments reproduced with recycled materials and discover why “opposites attract”!

Visit the exhibition dedicated to the sea! Find out which new fish, molluscs and crustaceans live in our tanks following the guided tour “Marine Ecosystems”. During the guide, you will have the opportunity to caress some marine organisms in our Touch pool. What an emotion! For the little ones, “Create your marine animals“, a laboratory where fish shapes are colored, inventing new species, and then, as for “magic”, make them appear and swim in a large virtual aquarium. BIT is back the most exhibit loved by adults and children! BIT! You do not know him? Come and meet him, he will answer all your scientific curiosities and not only … Where have you been in this time? What adventures will he tell you? Do not miss this appointment with “Talk to BIT”. Take part in the guided tour by “Bugs & CO”, the new exhibition space dedicated to the spectacular world of insects and more. For every man on Earth there are over 150 million insects. “The six-legged giants” have conquered almost all the habitats of our planet …. it’s time to start getting to know them better.

It is often heard saying Love is good, that Love make people younger! Even if it is not 100% realistic, the feeling of well-being that you feel when you’re in love is priceless … There are animals that retain their youthful form throughout their lives, even if they are not in love. They are amphibians similar to salamanders but with peculiarities that make them unique and funny in their appearance: they are the Axolotl, protagonists of  “When Love make younger“.

Beyond the visits they guide a Corporea, the first interactive museum on the Human Body in Italy, the 2D show “From the Earth to the Universe – From the Earth to the Universe” to discover the most important theories elaborated by man during the time in the astronomical field up to the future perspectives, and for 3D lovers, “Robot Explorers” is waiting for you to travel together, lander and orbiter inside our solar system.

A new 2D show, free for the occasion, “Microcosm- The microcosm within us”, is scheduled Saturday and Sunday where you can “miniaturize” and be catapulted into the human body to defeat a mysterious viral infection in a raceagainst time … Will the patient survive?

Come and discover the rich program!

TICKETS from June 12th to September 30th

SCIENCE CENTRE 
Adults/kids 7 € 

PLANETARIUM
Adults and kids € 5

SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARIUM
Adults/kids  € 10

BUY ONLINE !

INFO

From June 12th to September 30th*

From Tuesday to Sunday from  10 am to 4 pm
Monday: closing

*From July 30th to September 3rd the museum will be closed 

Contact Centre
contact@cittadellascienza.it
+39 081.7352.258 +39 081.7352.259 +39 081.7352.220
+39 081.7352.222 – fax +39 081.7352.224

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LGBTSTEM Day! – 5 July

Concedersi un minuto tra scienza e riflessione…

Giovedì 5 luglio 2018 è la prima giornata mondiale delle persone LGBT+ nel mondo della scienza, della tecnologia, ingegneria e matematica.
E’ stata scelta proprio questa data, il 5 Luglio, perché può essere scritta in cifre come “507” che corrisponde alla lunghezza d’onda, in nanometri, del colore verde, che rappresenta la NATURA, nella bandiera arcobaleno. Negli Stati Uniti, la data può anche essere scritta come “705” che è la lunghezza d’onda, in nanometri, del colore rosso, che rappresenta la VITA.
La giornata nasce in risposta a sondaggi svolti negli Stati Uniti secondo cui i ricercatori scientifici LGBT+ che hanno fatto “coming out” nei laboratori sono circa il 57% (Fonte Nature), che potrebbe sembrare una buona percentuale se non fosse che circa un terzo di tutti i gli studiosi LGBT+ sono stati ragguagliati di non esporsi sui propri orientamenti sessuali se avessero voluto raggiungere risultati importanti nell’avanzamento delle loro carriere scientifiche.
ECSITE, la rete dei musei scientifici europei aderisce – assieme a oltre cinquanta importanti centri di ricerca e istituzioni scientifiche di tutto il mondo – a questa giornata che vuole ricordare il contributo delle persone LGBT+ (Lesbian – Gay- Bisex- Trans) alla ricerca scientifica e tecnologica e l’importanza di lottare contro ogni forma di discriminazione.
Per maggiori informazioni è disponibile il sito: https://prideinstem.org/lgbtstemday/ ed è possibile seguire le iniziative del 5 luglio sui social media tramite l’hashtag #LGBTSTEMday.

Città della Scienza, da anni full member di ECSITE, condividendo gli obiettivi della giornata, vi partecipa con degli approfondimenti e laboratori tematici per concedersi un minuto di riflessione su tematiche importanti, come il sentirsi sempre se stessi nello svolgimento del proprio lavoro.

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Gli eventi in programma dedicati al tema sono:
Selfie time -#LGBTSTEMday – mostra il tuo supporto al LGBTSTEMday! Scatta una foto con il tuo smartphone con il logo dell’atomo colorato sviluppato da TwistedDoodles e condividilo su tutti i tuoi social con l’hashtag #LGBTSTEMday. Mettici la faccia anche tu!
“We can only see a short distance ahead, but we can see plenty there that needs to be done” – Possiamo spingerci solo di poco davanti a noi, ma possiamo vedere le tante cose che devono essere fatte…”.
Questa citazione è di Alan Mathison Turing, brillante mente matematica, morto a soli 41 anni suicida in seguito alle persecuzioni subite da parte delle autorità britanniche a causa della sua omosessualità. È a lui, al suo ricordo, alle sue scoperte scientifiche e al suo ruolo nella vittoria contro i nazisti nella Seconda Guerra Mondiale, che vogliamo dedicare l’attività “Scocca l’ora del codice!”.
Alan Turing fu infatti l’antesignano dell’informatica e della programmazione. In “Scocca l’ora del codice” utilizzando il software SCRATCH 2.0, potrai programmare un simpatico personaggio a fare delle azioni o creare delle GIF personalizzate.
Per fortuna, nel mondo animale non umano non esistono pregiudizi. Se noi esseri umani crediamo di aver esplorato ogni possibile pratica amatoria, è solo perché non conosciamo a sufficienza le stravaganti opzioni che si concede il mondo animale… Non perdere “Quando ad amare è la natura…” – l’approfondimento scientifico volto ad esplorare tutte le strategie di accoppiamento, corteggiamento e sessualità degli animali! Ne scoprirai delle belle!
La nostra offerta museale comprende anche altre attività imperdibili.
Che caldo che fa! Che gran voglia di trascorrere tempo libero all’aperto! Perché non provare a costruire un aquilone insieme ai tuoi genitori partecipando al laboratorio Vola più in alto che puoi…? Spesso ci si incanta nel vederli librarsi in aria e volteggiare nei cieli, ma gli aquiloni, in realtà, sono oggetti che celano una grande scienza e sapienza, oltre che una straordinaria bellezza. La sensazione che se ne ricava nel vederli volare alti nel cielo blu estivo è impagabile! Sfida le leggi della gravità, senti il vento in poppa e fai alzare il tuo aquilone! Da Città della Scienza potrai portarlo via con te nelle tue prossime vacanze!
Se non c’è ancora il modo di farti un tuffo nel mare blu, immergiti nella nostra Mostra dedicata al Mare! Scopri quali nuovi pesci, molluschi e crostacei abitano le nostre vasche seguendo la visita guidata “Ecosistemi marini”.Durante la visita, avrai la possibilità di accarezzare alcuni organismi marini vivi nella nostra Touch pool. Che emozione!
Per i più piccoli, “Inventa i tuoi animali marini”, un’attività dove potrai colorare sagome di pesci, inventandoti nuove specie, e poi, come per “magia”, farle comparire e nuotare in un grande acquario virtuale.
Non perdere la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, il nuovo spazio espositivo dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo. Per ogni uomo della Terra ci sono oltre 150 milioni di insetti. “I giganti a sei zampe” hanno conquistato quasi tutti gli habitat del nostro pianeta…. è il momento di cominciare a conoscerli meglio.In compagnia di un esperto, trova il coraggio che è in te per poter accarezzare alcuni esemplari di insetti unici al mondo!
Non hai ancora visitato Corporea, il primo museo interattivo sul Corpo Umano in Italia? Esplora tutti i principali apparati e sistemi del nostro corpo mediante più di 100 postazioni interattive, ludiche e divertenti! Il corpo umano non avrà più segreti…
Ritorna a grande richiesta lo spettacolo 2D “From Earth to the Universe – Dalla Terra all’Universo” per scoprire le più importanti teorie elaborate dall’uomo nel corso del tempo in campo astronomico fino alle prospettive future.E se non puoi rinunciare al brivido del 3D, “Robot Explorers” ti attende per viaggiare insieme a sonde, lander e orbiter all’interno del nostro sistema solare.
Vieni a scoprire il ricco programma estivo!
Vi aspettiamo in tanti!

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Show Planetario 2D “From Earth to the Universe – Dalla Terra all’Universo”
Un viaggio alla scoperta del cielo, dalle teorie degli antichi astronomi Greci ai grandi telescopi odierni.
Alle ore 10.30-12.30-14.30
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario

Show Planetario 3D “Robot explorers” 
Sonde, lander, orbiter e satelliti: i robot esploratori vi porteranno alla scoperta del nostro Sistema Solare!
Alle ore 11.30-13.30
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario

Visite guidate alla Mostra Corporea – Museo interattivo del Corpo Umano 
5000 mq, 3 piani e oltre 100 exhibits interattivi per scoprire i segreti del corpo umano in maniera divertente!
Alle ore 10.45 – 15.15
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Corporea

Selfie time – #LGBTSTEMday
Scatta una foto con il tuo smartphone con il logo del “LGBTSTEMday” e mostra la tua solidarietà all’evento, condividendola su tutti i social con l’hashtag #LGBTSTEMday!
Dalle ore 10 alle ore 16
Per tutti
Ingresso Corporea e Ingresso Mostra il Mare

Visita guidata alla Mostra Insetti&CO
Non perdere la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, il nuovo spazio espositivo per i più piccoli dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo…
Alle ore 11.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visita guidata alla Mostra Il Mare – Ecosistemi marini 
Visita la Mostra dedicata al Mare completamente rinnovata! Scopri quali nuovi pesci, molluschi e crostacei abitano le nostre vasche. Durante la visita, avrai la possibilità di accarezzare alcuni organismi marini vivi nella nostra Touch pool. Che emozione!
Alle ore 12.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Quando ad amare è la natura… 
Visita guidata tematizzata sulle strategie di corteggiamento, accoppiamento e sessualità degli animali! Quando ad amare è la natura, tutto è possibile!
Alle ore 14.15
Durata 45’
Assaggi di Scienze – Mostra il Mare
Per tutti
A cura di: Le Nuvole

Laboratorio: Inventa i tuoi animali marini 
Inventa coloratissimi pesci e poi, come per magia, farle comparire e nuotare in un grande acquario virtuale.
Alle ore 14.45
Durata 30’
Acquario Virtuale – Mostra Il Mare
Prenotazioni e partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Corporea o Mare (massimo 25 bambini per turno)
Per bambini dai 6 ai 12 anni

Laboratorio: Vola più in alto che puoi… 
Hai mai costruito e giocato con un aquilone? La sensazione che se ne ricava nel vederne volare uno che hai fatto con le tue mani è impagabile. Insieme ai tuoi genitori, costruisci e fai volare il tuo aquilone personalizzato e scopri la scienza che si cela dietro questo straordinario oggetto!
Alle ore 12.00
Durata 60’
Insetti Lab2 in Mostra Insetti&Co.
Prenotazioni e partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Corporea o Mare (massimo 12 bambini per turno) – Per bambini dai 6 anni in su

Laboratorio: Scocca l’ora del codice! 
In omaggio ad Alan Turing, lo scienziato considerato oggi padre dell’informatica, scrivi le righe di comando necessarie per “programmare” un personaggio a compiere diverse azioni!
Alle ore 13.00 – 15.00
Durata 45’
Sala Byte – Fablab dei piccoli
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea o Mare fino a esaurimento posti
Per bambini dagli 8 anni in su (Max 10 bambini a turno)

BIGLIETTERIA

Biglietto di ingresso  (valido dal 12 giugno al 30 settembre)

Biglietto unico adulti/bambini: 7€
Planetario 5€
Science Centre + Planetario 10€.

ACQUISTA IL BIGLIETTO ONLINE E SALTA LA FILA!

INFO SU ORARI ED EVENTI

Orari a partire dal 12 giugno al 30 settembre*

Dal martedì alla domenica dalle 10.00 alle 16.00
Lunedì: chiuso
*Dal 30 luglio al 3 settembre il museo rimarrà chiuso a causa di lavori di manutenzione delle aree espositive

Contact Centre
contact@cittadellascienza.it
+39 081.7352.258 +39 081.7352.259 +39 081.7352.220 +39 081.7352.222
fax +39 081.7352.224
Il Servizio è attivo dal lunedì al venerdì dalle ore 8.30 alle ore 17.00

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Città della Scienza, as a board member of Ecsite, is involved in Ecsite’s advocacy campaign for the upcoming FP9

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The next European Union Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (FP9) is currently being developed and negotiated. The successor to Horizon 2020 is expected to launch on 1 January 2021 and to cover the period 2021-2027.

The European Network of Science Centres and Museums (Ecsite) has just released a position paper that states that FP9 should recognise science engagement as an integral part of the Research and innovation system by actively involve citizens in the science and innovation process. This, the paper argues, is the role of professional science mediators working in science engagement organisations such as science museums/centres.

Città della Scienza, as a board member of Ecsite, is involved in Ecsite’s advocacy campaign for the upcoming FP9 and as part of that, we would like to share the position paper so as to communicate the vitality of science engagement as part of FP9. It is essential to advocate for science engagement in FP9 and a collective effort is needed.

What we are asking from FP9

  1. European “Youth and Science and Technology” has to become a European flagship
  2. A science and society programme is required with a separate strand of funding that includes a focus on combating fake news
  3. Science engagement must be recognised as an integral part of the research and innovation system
  4. Innovation in science engagement approaches is needed to tackle new societal challenges
  5. Funding for engaging citizens with the process and outcomes of science and innovation needs a significant increase.
Position Paper
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Matematicando – June 30th and July 1st

Exploring the math of  beauty of nature!

Most people are afraid about “math” they get entangled with phrases “Mathematics is not for me!“Or quoting a famous song” Mathematics will never be my job! “: What are the causes of this attitude?Mathematics, logic, geometry are branches of science accessible to everyone! And we’ll show you this weekend between numbers and quizzes. Many scientific games, laboratories, activities in Città della Scienza that will allow us to get closer to the least loved of all school subjects. Numbers and calculations will never have been so fun! Sometimes it escapes how mathematics is, moreover, everywhere around us, it is enough to know with the right “perspective” the world around us, from the microscopic to the macroscopic, to discover that behind the beauty of nature there is a mathematical expression.

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TICKETS from June 12th to September 30th

SCIENCE CENTRE 
Adults/kids 7 € 

PLANETARIUM
Adults and kids € 5

SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARIUM
Adults/kids  € 10

BUY ONLINE !

INFO

From June 12th to September 30th*

From Tuesday to Sunday from  10 am to 4 pm
Monday: closing

*From July 30th to September 3rd the museum will be closed 

Contact Centre
contact@cittadellascienza.it
+39 081.7352.258 +39 081.7352.259 +39 081.7352.220
+39 081.7352.222 – fax +39 081.7352.224

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Cyfest art and technology festival for the first time in Italy – From June 22nd to July 1st, 2018,

The largest art and technology festival in Russia, made by the St. Petersburg Cyland Media Art Lab, will arrive for the first time in Italy, in Caserta. From June 22nd  to  July 1st, 2018, the Royal Palace of Caserta will host the final round of the world tour of the 11th edition of CYFEST (Cyberfest), an itinerant festival that started this year from St. Petersburg (RU), with stops in New York (USA) , Beijing (CH) and Brighton (UK).

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CYFEST is organized every year by Cyland Media Art Lab, a non-profit organization founded in 2007, based in St. Petersburg and New York, which aims to promote the interaction between new forms of art and the most advanced technologies. In its 11 years of activity, CYFEST has created bridges and cultural exchanges between Russia and the rest of the world, hosting 236 artists and 37 curators from USA, Germany, Japan, Canada, Argentina, Brazil, Finland, Italy, Philippines and organizing exhibitions in Moscow, New York, Bogotá, Mexico City, London, Berlin, Tokyo and many other cities around the world, collaborating with prestigious partners such as The State Hermitage Museum, Pratt Institute, Leonardo / ISAST and the NCCA of San Petersburg. “This year the Cyfest decided to invest in the Campania region, focusing the spotlight on the Royal Palace of Caserta. In order for this initiative to be a unique opportunity for growth for all, we are building a vast network of partners from Caserta to the main cultural institutions of Naples, including the Campania Region, Museo MADRE, Città della Scienza, Fondazione Banco Napoli “, explains the curator Isabella Indolfi. The event is organized in collaboration with the Royal Palace of Caserta; with the contribution of OneMarketData; under the patronage of the Campania Region; with the matron of Fondazione Donnaregina for contemporary arts; under the patronage of the Fondazione Idis – Città della Scienza, Banco di Napoli Foundation, Honorary Consulate of the Russian Federation in Naples; in network with Seminaria Festival, Academy of Fine Arts of Naples, 012 Factory, Festival Interferences, Dynamic Museum of Technology – Adriano Olivetti of Caserta; mediapartner Digitcult.


Per maggiori info si rimanda al sito: http://cyland.org/lab/

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Goal: Health! – June 23 and 24

Exploring co-living, not always peaceful, between our body and microorganisms…

“If it depended on me I would make health to be contagious instead of the disease”: this aphorism of Robert Ingersoll, allows us to understand how health and disease have always been two sides of the same coin. Man has had to face different kinds of illnesses over time, trying to overcome himself, his own potentialities, his own limits in order to try to defeat them or at least learn to live peacefully with them.

But a good state of health can not be separated from the prevention and the in-depth knowledge of the “natural enemies” of man, the pathogens: the micro-organisms like bacteria and viruses.
Next weekend at Città della Scienza we will go to the discovery of the terrible world of diseases thanks to laboratories, demonstrations, themed guided tours, trying to understand how to prevent them and treat them .Because the main objective remains “always be healthy!”

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Every child thinks at least once becoming doctor. The idea of ​​saving lives, of healing and healing people from terrible diseases fills our hearts. But, being a doctor is a complex job … Live “A Doctor’s Day: visit patients, take measurements of vital signs, investigate the causes of possible diseases and build your personal “bag” with everything you need. You may find that the doctor is the right profession for you! What would doctors do without treatment? The vaccines are certainly among the ten inventions that have changed the history of man, marking a point in favor of the eternal struggle between man and pathogens. Let’s go over the history of the vaccine and scientific data in hand, we will understand how essential it is to get vaccinated, despite someone’s skepticism. Follow the activity “Millions of lives saved: the history of the vaccine” to reflect on one of the most discussed topics in the scientific world today.

Have you ever looked deeply your hands? Probably yes, but if you had the opportunity to increase the magnifying power of your eye at the micrometer or nanometer level you would be surprised to discover how your hands, from the palm to the fingertips, of the fingernails to the fingers are the “sweet home” of specimens of bacteria and other microscopic life forms. This is why careful cleaning of the hands with soap is a good hygiene practice. Use your hands to paint and paint imaginative landscapes in “Hands: a place of bacteria!” And do not forget to wash them at the end of the activity!

Keeping talking about invisible microorganisms, do not miss the demonstration “So small … so resistant!” – a game dedicated to bacteria and antibiotics. We will discover, using the microscope, the world of microorganisms and diseases related to them. Through the game, we will learn how antibiotics work and why we should not abuse them.

If you’re still not tired of hearing about deseas, here’s for you: Rabies, Salmonella, Toxoplasmosis, Tuberculosis, Pest and so on … What do these terrible diseases have in common? They are Zoonoses, infectious diseases that can be transmitted by animals to humans, or directly (contact with the skin, hairs, eggs, blood or secretions) or indirectly. Discover them in - Zoonosis: “bestial” diseases – because if you know them, you can prevent them!

The future is in technology!Also for this weekend, integrating the new technologies with a good dexterity discover together with your parents “Nintendo Labo“: turn a simple piece of cardboard into something different, a bike, a fishing rod, a plane or whatever you come in mind! Then, add a Nintendo Switch console to bring them to life and enjoyment is guaranteed! Win a race, catch a fish, play … With Nintendo Labo, everyone can experience the joy of building, playing and discovering. Have fun watching the workings of your creations: you could even invent new ways to play with Toy-Con!

Visit the exhibition dedicated to the sea! Find out which new fish, molluscs and crustaceans live in our tanks following the guided tour “Marine Ecosystems”. During the guide, you will have the opportunity to caress some marine organisms in our Touch pool. What an emotion! For the little ones, “Create your marine animals“, a laboratory where fish shapes are colored, inventing new species, and then, as for “magic”, make them appear and swim in a large virtual aquarium. BIT is back the most exhibit loved by adults and children! BIT! You do not know him? Come and meet him, he will answer all your scientific curiosities and not only … Where have you been in this time? What adventures will he tell you? Do not miss this appointment with “Talk to BIT”. Take part in the guided tour by “Bugs & CO”, the new exhibition space dedicated to the spectacular world of insects and more. For every man on Earth there are over 150 million insects. “The six-legged giants” have conquered almost all the habitats of our planet …. it’s time to start getting to know them better.

Magnan in the introduction to “Le Vol des Insectes:” Driven by what is done in the field of aviation, I applied to the insects the laws of air resistance and I concluded that their flight is impossible. “So in a French text of 1934, Le vol des insectes (The flight of insects) written by the entomologist Antoine Magnan; in it, the author applies the equations related to the resistance of air to insects and he obtains that their flight would be impossible, but adds that “we should not be surprised that the results of the calculations do not coincide with reality”. And in fact, today the insects are the masters in the air sector, defying all the laws, darting at great speed but with gracefulness, thanks to a powerful wing musculature. Follow the study “Beyond the laws of physics, Nature” during the guided tour of Insetti & Co.

Beyond the visits they guide a Corporea, the first interactive museum on the Human Body in Italy, the 2D show “From the Earth to the Universe – From the Earth to the Universe” to discover the most important theories elaborated by man during the time in the astronomical field up to the future perspectives, and for 3D lovers, “Robot Explorers” is waiting for you to travel together, lander and orbiter inside our solar system.

A new 2D show, free for the occasion, “Microcosm- The microcosm within us”, is scheduled Saturday and Sunday where you can “miniaturize” and be catapulted into the human body to defeat a mysterious viral infection in a raceagainst time … Will the patient survive?

Come and discover the rich program!

TICKETS from June 12th to September 30th

SCIENCE CENTRE 
Adults/kids 7 € 

PLANETARIUM
Adults and kids € 5

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From June 12th to September 30th *

From Tuesday to Sunday from  10 am to 4 pm
Monday: closing

*From July 30th to September 3rd the museum will be closed 

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contact@cittadellascienza.it
+39 081.7352.258 +39 081.7352.259 +39 081.7352.220
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On line the call for Italy-China Science Technology and Innovation Week 2018

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Call for participation in the  Italy-China Science, Technology and Innovation Week 2018 is open,  the event will be displayed in Naples, Cagliari and Rome from October 22nd to 25th, 2018*. Deadline for application is July 20th, 2018 

The week is aimed at the creation of scientific, technological and production partnerships in research-innovation contexts, the Italy-China Week falls this year on the 40th anniversary of the signing of the first intergovernmental agreement between the two nations and is confirmed as “a fundamental tool for promoting initiatives bilateral agreements in science and technology”.
Companies, startups, companies, research centers, universities, spin-offs and technological clusters of innovative districts and science parks throughout Italy have the opportunity to participate in an event of extraordinary importance.
The event follows the format developped  over last years with seminars, workshops and round tables on issues relevant to the each country, one-to-one meetings between universities, Italian and Chinese institutions and companies, visits to Italian centers of excellence. There are also two specific events: the initiative for Innovative Start-ups and Young Talents and the Cooperation Showcase with a poster session and the exhibition of prototypes resulting from the cooperation between Italian and Chinese institutions and companies.
The event is promoted in Italy by the Ministry of Education, University and Research-MIUR in collaboration with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation-MAECI and is coordinated by Città della Scienza in Naples. The initiative also gets the strong collaboration of the National Research Council-CNR, Confindustria, the National Technological Clusters, the main Italian Universities and Research Centers.
Apply before July 20th!
* Naples (October 22nd-23rd , Main Event), Rome (October 24th, Territorial Focus) and Cagliari (October 25th, Territorial Focus).

Info:

Città della Scienza
Casa Cina – CInternational Centre for Technological Transfer 
email: cina@cittadellascienza.it
ph: 081 73 52448
www.cittadellascienza.it/cina

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Blowing air of…Science – June,16th and 17th

Science leaves us breathless…

There is but it is not visible, it does not smell( not always), Does not grasp but has its own volume, has no shape but is all around us, we live thanks to its presence … What is it?  Air! This gaseous envelope that surrounds the Earth through which we can survive. Today, on the occasion of the celebration of the World Wind Day, we will deepen the air from its components, its movements, the physics of the air with experiments, scientific demonstrations and many laboratories to “make you miss your breath” … let’s wait! Look at the program!

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If you want be a “physicist” and experience several experiments, don’t miss “Air VS. Water” where, talking about air and playing with water, we will investigate some fluid behaviors through the realization of different practical and interactive experiences. Simple explorations that will allow us to better understand that air, although it is normally invisible and appears elusive, is matter … sometimes stronger than water!

Did you know that you can paint with a breath?Painting with the air will teach you to compose colorful “paintings” simply “modulating” your breathing. What are you waiting for? Unleash the artist in you!

And again, challenge the laws of gravity, feel the wind and raise your kite! Have you ever tried to build one? Often we are enchanted to see them hovering in the air and circling in the skies, but kites, in reality, are objects that conceal a great science and wisdom, as well as an extraordinary beauty. Try to make one together with your parents by participating in the “Kites in the wind” workshop: the feeling you get when you see one of them flying with your own hands is priceless! “Chemical Breath” will allow you, however, to travel the incredible journey of gas, carbon dioxide and oxygen, within our respiratory system. You will be able to measure the gas inside the exhaled air thanks to special sensors … Surprises wait for you!

Guests of this weekend full of initiatives also students of the school work alternation of the “A. Rosmini “of Palma Campania (NA) who will propose, at the end of their training course in Città della Scienza, the following interesting activity for our audience: “Discovering the DNA” - Journey into the molecule of life experiencing DNA extraction from animal and plant cells.

The future is in technology!Also for this weekend, integrating the new technologies with a good dexterity discover together with your parents “Nintendo Labo“: turn a simple piece of cardboard into something different, a bike, a fishing rod, a plane or whatever you come in mind! Then, add a Nintendo Switch console to bring them to life and enjoyment is guaranteed! Win a race, catch a fish, play … With Nintendo Labo, everyone can experience the joy of building, playing and discovering. Have fun watching the workings of your creations: you could even invent new ways to play with Toy-Con!

Visit the exhibition dedicated to the sea! Find out which new fish, molluscs and crustaceans live in our tanks following the guided tour “Marine Ecosystems”. During the guide, you will have the opportunity to caress some marine organisms in our Touch pool. What an emotion! For the little ones, “Create your marine animals“, a laboratory where fish shapes are colored, inventing new species, and then, as for “magic”, make them appear and swim in a large virtual aquarium. BIT is back the most exhibit loved by adults and children! BIT! You do not know him? Come and meet him, he will answer all your scientific curiosities and not only … Where have you been in this time? What adventures will he tell you? Do not miss this appointment with “Talk to BIT”. Take part in the guided tour by “Bugs & CO”, the new exhibition space dedicated to the spectacular world of insects and more. For every man on Earth there are over 150 million insects. “The six-legged giants” have conquered almost all the habitats of our planet …. it’s time to start getting to know them better.

Magnan in the introduction to “Le Vol des Insectes:” Driven by what is done in the field of aviation, I applied to the insects the laws of air resistance and I concluded that their flight is impossible. “So in a French text of 1934, Le vol des insectes (The flight of insects) written by the entomologist Antoine Magnan; in it, the author applies the equations related to the resistance of air to insects and he obtains that their flight would be impossible, but adds that “we should not be surprised that the results of the calculations do not coincide with reality”. And in fact, today the insects are the masters in the air sector, defying all the laws, darting at great speed but with gracefulness, thanks to a powerful wing musculature. Follow the study “Beyond the laws of physics, Nature” during the guided tour of Insetti & Co.

Beyond the visits they guide a Corporea, the first interactive museum on the Human Body in Italy, the 2D show “From the Earth to the Universe – From the Earth to the Universe” to discover the most important theories elaborated by man during the time in the astronomical field up to the future perspectives, and for 3D lovers, “Robot Explorers” is waiting for you to travel together, lander and orbiter inside our solar system. Come and discover the rich program! We are waiting for you in many!

TICKETS from June 12th to September 30th

SCIENCE CENTRE
Adults/kids 7 € 

PLANETARIUM
Adults and kids € 5

SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARIUM
Adults/kids  € 10

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From June 12th to September 30th *

From Tuesday to Sunday from  10 am to 4 pm
Monday: closing

*From July 30th to September 3rd the museum will be closed 

Contact Centre
contact@cittadellascienza.it
+39 081.7352.258 +39 081.7352.259 +39 081.7352.220
+39 081.7352.222 – fax +39 081.7352.224

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Summer at Città della Scienza – From 12 June to 30 July

A Summer day experiencing Science

Summer season starts making you feel warm, the days get longer, the desire for rest and freedom grows … It’s finally summer, schools have closed, the desks are empty, we all have more time to travel, if not liveat least with imagination!

So what better idea to spend a different day in the name of science? Many engaging guided tours and interactive workshops await you in Città della Scienza, even on weekdays!

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The future is in technology!Also for this weekend, integrating the new technologies with a good dexterity discover together with your parents “Nintendo Labo“: turn a simple piece of cardboard into something different, a bike, a fishing rod, a plane or whatever you come in mind! Then, add a Nintendo Switch console to bring them to life and enjoyment is guaranteed! Win a race, catch a fish, play … With Nintendo Labo, everyone can experience the joy of building, playing and discovering. Have fun watching the workings of your creations: you could even invent new ways to play with Toy-Con!

Visit the exhibition dedicated to the sea! Find out which new fish, molluscs and crustaceans live in our tanks following the guided tour “Marine Ecosystems”. During the guide, you will have the opportunity to caress some marine organisms in our Touch pool. What an emotion! For the little ones, “Create your marine animals“, a laboratory where fish shapes are colored, inventing new species, and then, as for “magic”, make them appear and swim in a large virtual aquarium. BIT is back the most exhibit loved by adults and children! BIT! You do not know him? Come and meet him, he will answer all your scientific curiosities and not only … Where have you been in this time? What adventures will he tell you? Do not miss this appointment with “Talk to BIT”. Take part in the guided tour by “Bugs & CO”, the new exhibition space dedicated to the spectacular world of insects and more. For every man on Earth there are over 150 million insects. “The six-legged giants” have conquered almost all the habitats of our planet …. it’s time to start getting to know them better.

Beyond the visits they guide a Corporea, the first interactive museum on the Human Body in Italy, the 2D show “From the Earth to the Universe – From the Earth to the Universe” to discover the most important theories elaborated by man during the time in the astronomical field up to the future perspectives, and for 3D lovers, “Robot Explorers” is waiting for you to travel together, lander and orbiter inside our solar system. Come and discover the rich program! We are waiting for you in many!

TICKETS from June 12th to September 30th

SCIENCE CENTRE 
Adults/kids 7 € 

PLANETARIUM
Adults and kids € 5

SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARIUM
Adults/kids  € 10

BUY ONLINE !

ACQUISTA IL BIGLIETTO ONLINE E SALTA LA FILA!

INFO

From June 12th to September 30th *

From Tuesday to Sunday from  10 am to 4 pm
Monday: closing

*From July 30th to September 3rd the museum will be closed 

Contact Centre
contact@cittadellascienza.it
+39 081.7352.258 +39 081.7352.259 +39 081.7352.220
+39 081.7352.222 – fax +39 081.7352.224

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An Ocean of amazing adventures and a Sea for fun! June 9th and 10th, 2018

World Ocean Day Tribute

On June 8, the World Ocean Day is celebrated worldwide. The hydrosphere covers more than two-thirds of our entire planet, so much so that it refers to the planet Earth as the “Blue Planet”.These huge stretches of water are a resource to be protected: they represent the “home” of many forms of life; they play essential roles in the cycles of matter and energy for our Planet and provide us with so many necessary kind of food in our diets. At Città della Scienza we will celebrate the value of these marine ecosystems with activities, workshops and themed guided tours not to be missed!

Look at the program!

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Città della Scienza keeps working jointly with the Anton Dohrn Napoli Zoological Station for the celebration of the World Oceans Day! On Saturday, June 9th, do not miss the opportunity to meet the researchers and discover together “The Sea as a resource for care and well-being“. There will be many research activities illustrated to the public related to sampling, isolation and maintenance of marine species of biotechnological interest (especially microalgae), preparation of chemical extracts, testing the possible bioactivity of extracts on human models and the development of new products from marine organisms for human care and well-being. And yet, many educational games and fun activities on the marine world await you at the Science Tastings  for today’s children, researchers tomorrow’s researchers.

Who loves the sea more than the sailors? Probably nobody! They are “seafarers” willing to face the dangers and pitfalls of the vast expanse of blue, staying away from home for months, just to complete their missions. On this day of celebration of the blue gold of our planet, feel yourself a skilled sailor! Do not miss the appointment with “20000 leagues under the seas“. Try your hand at building knots and moorings and challenge your friends with the international nautical alphabet and the morse alphabet! Unleash a sailor in you!
Ocean is sea, but don’t forget the sand! Everyone as a child liked to create incredible sand castles on the beach, fancy structures that punctually took the sea or collapsed. But for today’s children or for those who have never forgotten the child inside each of us, there is a way to build sand castles everywhere, without getting dirty and reshaping forever: it’s called kinetic sand and it’s a real magic. Try our secret recipe of – Homemade kinetic sand - and you will not be able to do without it!
Probably a few billion, that is, a few thousand billion, but it is a very questionable estimate: the marine species so far described by taxonomists go from 250.000 to 274.000. However, since the total number of species in the world is about 1.8 million, it is undoubted that the seas contain much more: at least 1.4-1.6 million species. And each of these can count also millions of specimens. Of course, we will not have the opportunity to talk about all of them, but in the company of an expert guide, we will go to the discovery of marine creatures take shape in a fascinating clay workshop, to tell the sea and its treasures in an interactive and engaging way. With the activity “Who goes for these seas“.
And if we talk about marine animals, with the heat and the desire of summer that grows, immediately we can think of: jellyfish! Watching a jelly-like and transparent jellyfish waving in water is a fascinating sight, yes, but at the same time it can scare … Thanks to this laboratory, we will deepen the biology of these unique animals, debunking myths and prejudices, and we will build, step by step, with reuse and recycle materials, a model of jellyfish inside a plastic bottle. It will also be an opportunity to understand how plastic represents a serious threat to the marine ecosystem. Do not miss “A Jellyfish in a Bottle“. With our hands, we will have thus manufactured a  sea corner to take home!

Technology is the future! By integrating new technologies with good manual skills, discover with your parents Nintendo Labo: a new piece of cardboard in something different, a motorbike, a fishing rod, a plane or whatever comes to mind! Then, add a Nintendo Switch  console to bring them to life and enjoyment is guaranteed! Win a race, catch a fish, play … With Nintendo Labo, everyone can experience the joy of building, playing and discovering. Have fun watching your creations: you could even invent new ways to play with Toy-Con! Visit the exhibition dedicated to the sea! Find out which new fish, molluscs and crustaceans live in our tanks following the guided tour  Marine Ecosystems

During the guide, you will have the opportunity to caress some marine organisms in our Touch pool. What an emotion! For the little ones, “Create your marine animals” a laboratory where fish shapes are colored, inventing new species, and then, as for “magic”, make them appear and swim in a large virtual aquarium. 

BIT is back the most exhibit loved by adults and children! BIT! You do not know him? Come and meet him, he will answer all your scientific curiosities and not only … Where have you been in this time? What adventures will he tell you? Do not miss this appointment with “Talk to BIT”.

Take part in the guided tour by “Bugs & CO” the new exhibition space dedicated to the spectacular world of insects and more. For every man on Earth there are over 150 million insects. “The six-legged giants” have conquered almost all the habitats of our planet …. it’s time to start getting to know them better. Beyond the visits they guide a Corporea the first interactive museum on the Human Body in Italy, the 2D show From the Earth to the Universe – From the Earth to the Universe” to discover the most important theories elaborated by man during the time in the astronomical field up to the future perspectives, and for 3D lovers, “Robot Explorers” is waiting for you to travel together, lander and orbiter inside our solar system. Come and discover the rich program! We are waiting for you in many!

TICKETS

SCIENCE CENTRE
Adults 10 € 
Kids – teenagers up to 17 years and over 65 7 €

PLANETARIUM
Adults and kids € 5

SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARIUM
Adults € 13
Kids – teenagers up to 17 years and over 65,  10 €

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INFO

Contact Centre
contact@cittadellascienza.it
+39 081.7352.258 +39 081.7352.259 +39 081.7352.220
+39 081.7352.222 – fax +39 081.7352.224
From Monday to Friday 8.30 am to 5 pm

SCIENCE CENTRE OPENING
Tuesday to Saturday 9 am to 5 pm
Sunday and holidays 10 am to 6 pm

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Soldiers’ feeding

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On June 7th, at the Galilei Theatre of Città della Scienza, the conference  “Feeding the Soldier in the Great War” will diplay. The conference is part of the activities that Fondazione Idis-Città della Scienza, in collaboration with the University of Naples Federico II and the Campania Region School Office, have organized in collaboration with the Army, carrying out the general event called “The Power of the Soldier in the Great War”, which will take place from 6 to 15 June 2018. The General of the Armed Forces Rosario Castellano, Commander of the Command of the Southern Operative Forces and the  General Lawer of the State, Giuseppe Albano  Commissioner ofFondazione Idis Città della Scienza will intervene. The Conference will see speakers of Brigadier General Stefano Rega, Directorate General of Commissariat and General Services, Brigadier General Marco Aiuti and Lt. Col. Nicola Caccia of the Army Logistics Command. Dr. Gianfranco Nappi, Fondazione Idis will be moderating. The event is part of the commemorations of the Centenary of the Great War and will see, for the main theme, a close synergy between the personnel of the Army of the specific branch and the students of the school institutes of Campania. On this occasion they will reconstruct stories, facts and testimonies through a series of initiatives such as the reproduction of the trench of the 1st World War, the exhibition of an exhibition of the memorabilia of the Acqui Division.  From 4 to 8 June there will be a flag-raising ceremony open to the public and on 6 and 7 June the Fanfare of the 8th Bersaglieri Regiment will be exhibited. During the three days an Infoteam of the Army will be available to the public for promotional activities and recruitment for the students.

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Città della Scienza doesn’t go on holidays – For extraordinary works, Città della Scienza will be closed to the public from Monday 30th July to Monday 3rd September

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The exhibition areas of Città della Scienza will close from July 30th to September 3rd to allow maintenance and renovation works in the exhibition areas.
The summer break will be an opportunity to open the yard of ideas and set-ups and prepare new extraordinary surprises for the autumn.

In fact, October will open with a series of big events, the first of which will be the 3 Days for School – STEAM, the national convention dedicated to the world of the school that will take place on October 10th, 11th and 12th,  2018 attended by Italian schools of every order and degree – together with companies that produce products and services for schools and training, associations, public institutions – discuss the best practices and the meaning of educational innovation and the use of new technologies.

From October 22nd to 24th, Città della Scienza will host the China Italy Science, Technology e Innovation Week,  the program of scientific and technological cooperation between Italy and China that  Città della Scienza has been promoting and managing since 2006 and which today represents the framework in which Italy and China collaborate on the themes of Research and Innovation, under the aegis of their respective Governments.

The exhibition spaces will finally reopen to the public with the great annual Futuro Remoto exhibition. A journey between science and science fiction, one of the most important outreach events of the scientific and technological culture of the Italian and European scene, RI-GENERATIONS will be the central issue of this big event to be held from November 8th  to 11th in Città della Scienza and in other places in Naples.

SUMMER OPENING INFO 2018

June 12th  to September  30th*

Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm
Monday: closing

*For extraordinary works, Città della Scienza will be closed to the public from Monday 30th July to Monday 3rd September.

Tickets  (from June 12th to September 30th)

Ticket adult/kid: 7€
Planetarium 5€
Science Centre + Planetarium 10€.
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Milk Days at Città della Scienza – May 30th and 31st, 2018

The event Milk Days took place last May 30th and 31st, in Città della Scienza: guided tastings and 4 sensory laboratories focused on the milk supply chain that involved children in handling activities according to the principle of learning by doing:
1. “Milk chemical reactions”;
2. Living bones , strong bones;
3. Milk supply chain with …  “cartoLATTE”;
4. From milk to mozzarella.
The day ended with the visit to “Corporea” the first interactive museum in Europe on the human body.

The new “Milk at schools” program, started in April, is funded by the European Union and implemented by the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Forestry in collaboration with Unioncamere. The program aims to promote a path of proper nutrition education on the consumption of milk and its derivatives, addressed to primary school students and their families.
In these days, about 420,000 primary school pupils in Italy are tasting fresh milk, yogurt and fresh and aged cheeses, coming from local, typical and certified quality products.
The Chamber of Commerce of Naples with its Azienda Speciale SìImpresa is carrying out educational measures to accompany the distribution of milk in schools, outside the School context.
Along with the distribution of some products in the supply chain, specific information and educational programs are planned on the importance of healthy eating and how food is produced; activities involving the chamber system and CREA Food and Nutrition Research Center.

Latte Days a Città della Scienza

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Talking about… heat and temperature! June 2nd and 3rd

Physics discovering daily life 

The temperature these days is growing more and more. We all feel warm and sweat. When, how and why do we feel hot? What is the relationship between heat and temperature? We will answer these and  other curiosities on thermodynamics, but we will do it in our own way, with many fun and engaging workshops, lots of practical demonstrations, experiments and fun games. If science blazes you, do not miss the weekend of 2-3 June 2018!We are waiting for you! Check the program!

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And it is right during the summer that we often hear about perceived temperatures, thermometers, maximums, minimums … did you know that the strategies implemented by the thermos to avoid exchanging heat are the same as those used by our bodies? With “Hot”, through simple experiments, you will have the opportunity to find out what the temperature is, what is meant by perceived temperature and much more! Do not miss!

The impact that the sight of a color implies in the human mind is something very particular: according to the nuances we find ourselves, in fact, we can feel more cheerful, sad, more motivated or more depressed. This happens because our brain, without realizing it, associates the colors we see with the feelings and moods we have experienced in the past. Although everyone can have different reactions to a certain color, there are shades that, generally, are classified according to their “temperature”, ie depending on the type of emotion that manages to evoke in our mind. So what are the warm colors and which are the cold ones? How do they match each other? Let’s find out together with – The “temperature” of the colors - and build a nice stamped stamp with the color that most excites you! 

Apart from mammals and birds, called homeotherms because they can regulate their body temperature keeping it constant when the outside temperature changes, almost all the other animals can be considered cold blood (ectotherms), with body temperature, in conditions of rest , similar to the environmental one. To carry out the vital activities many of them must warm up their bodies finding solutions to raise the temperature. And yet, while in the most evolved species the sex of individuals is determined at conception by the combination of genes (genotypic determination), in some other species it is the environment in which the embryo develops to determine whether an individual will be born male or female. Learn more about these topics with “In Cold Blood”. In thermodynamics, the calorie is a unit of measurement of energy and heat. How is it related to our energy needs? How many calories do we have to take every day? How do we distribute them during the day? What is the most important meal? And the most abundant one? Schedule your typical day with “Heat, calories and energy needs”.

Technology is the future! By integrating new technologies with good manual skills, discover with your parents “Nintendo Labo”: a new piece of cardboard in something different, a motorbike, a fishing rod, a plane or whatever comes to mind! Then, add a Nintendo Switch  console to bring them to life and enjoyment is guaranteed! Win a race, catch a fish, play … With Nintendo Labo, everyone can experience the joy of building, playing and discovering. Have fun watching your creations: you could even invent new ways to play with Toy-Con! Visit the exhibition dedicated to the sea! Find out which new fish, molluscs and crustaceans live in our tanks following the guided tour “Marine Ecosystems”. During the guide, you will have the opportunity to caress some marine organisms in our Touch pool. What an emotion! For the little ones, “Create your marine animals“, a laboratory where fish shapes are colored, inventing new species, and then, as for “magic”, make them appear and swim in a large virtual aquarium. BIT is back the most exhibit loved by adults and children! BIT! You do not know him? Come and meet him, he will answer all your scientific curiosities and not only … Where have you been in this time? What adventures will he tell you? Do not miss this appointment with “Talk to BIT”. Take part in the guided tour by “Bugs & CO”, the new exhibition space dedicated to the spectacular world of insects and more. For every man on Earth there are over 150 million insects. “The six-legged giants” have conquered almost all the habitats of our planet …. it’s time to start getting to know them better. Beyond the visits they guide a Corporea, the first interactive museum on the Human Body in Italy, the 2D show “From the Earth to the Universe – From the Earth to the Universe” to discover the most important theories elaborated by man during the time in the astronomical field up to the future perspectives, and for 3D lovers, “Robot Explorers” is waiting for you to travel together, lander and orbiter inside our solar system. Come and discover the rich program! We are waiting for you in many!

TICKETS

SCIENCE CENTRE
Adults 10 € 
Kids – teenagers up to 17 years and over 65 7 €

PLANETARIUM
Adults and kids € 5

SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARIUM
Adults € 13
Kids – teenagers up to 17 years and over 65,  10 €

BUY ONLINE !

INFO

Contact Centre
contact@cittadellascienza.it
+39 081.7352.258 +39 081.7352.259 +39 081.7352.220
+39 081.7352.222 – fax +39 081.7352.224
From Monday to Friday 8.30 am to 5 pm

SCIENCE CENTRE OPENING
Tuesday to Saturday 9 am to 5 pm
Sunday and holidays 10 am to 6 pm

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Travelling: an adventure always different – May 26 and 27

Life is a journey and journeys make you living twice…

Le giornate si allungano, aumentano le temperature e la voglia di vacanza si fa sempre più viva! A Città della Scienza ne approfittiamo per dedicare un intero weekend al tema del viaggio sia come svago e tempo libero che come strumento di conoscenza di culture, paesi, stili di vita diversi dai nostri.  “Parti” con noi in esplorazione dei tanti laboratori, attività e dimostrazioni in questo viaggio “virtuale” a pochi passi da casa tua! Occhio al programma!

Days have more light, temperatures increase and the desire for vacation becomes more and more alive!At Città della Scienza we take the opportunity to dedicate an entire weekend to the theme of travel as both leisure and free time and as an instrument of knowledge of cultures, countries, lifestyles different from ours. “Leave” with us in the exploration of the many workshops, activities and demonstrations on this “virtual” journey a few steps from your house!

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Are you ready to discover the art of  knots and ancient seafaring traditions? Saturday, don’t miss “20000 leagues under the seas”. You will learn doing knots and moorings and challenge your friends with the international nautical alphabet!

Which is one of humanity’s dreams? Travellling accross time! With “Prints and signatures of the past” take a dive into the past to discover the “fossils” and their origins. Surprises are waiting for you!

“Walking around Corporea” step by step, find out where the “treasure” is hidden by exploring the Corporea Museum thanks to the support of your smartphone! What are you waiting for?

We met them at the cinema and in books, but how were the most famous pirates of the past really? With “Pirates on the road” turned into a little pirate: with a bandage and make-up, you go off to the adventure, discovering exhibitions of Città della Scienza! Pîsu

Only for Sunday, May 27, “Around … with a compass”: retrace the history, rich in legends, of this formidable instrument and try to build one you to carry with you! Orienting has never been so simple and fun!

The future is in technology! By integrating the new technologies with a good dexterity, discover with your parents “Nintendo Labo”: turn a simple piece of cardboard into something different, a motorbike, a fishing rod, a plane or whatever comes to mind! Then, add a Nintendo Switch  console to bring them to life and enjoyment is guaranteed! Win a race, catch a fish, play … With Nintendo Labo, everyone can experience the joy of building, playing and discovering. Have fun watching the workings of your creations: you could even invent new ways to play with Toy-Con!

Last weekend dedicated to the celebration of the Natura 2000 network of protected areas: to raise awareness on our unique and extremely rich natural heritage, the European institutions declared May 21 as “EU Nature Day 2000″. The Natura 2000 network with its 27. 000 sites in all EU Member States acts as a powerful ally in preserving Europe’s rich heritage, while also offering ample opportunities for spiritual reflection, artistic expression, education and awareness, as well as for recreation, health and tourism. In Città della Scienza this weekend, inside the prestigious headquarters of the Planetarium, “An educational meeting with the LIPU: the migration of birds” awaits you: man has always been fascinated by the phenomenon of bird migration and today there are many studies in this sense.

Methodologies for knowing these commuting movements are varied and are based on the capture and marking of animals released and on observation and listening. The capture and marking of animals immediately released, observation and listening are methods used also to know the nature and the ever changing environmental conditions.

Last chance also to admire the photographs of the exhibition “Variconi – The Land of the Sunsets of Fire”, an account of evocative images of the Variconi, a wetland of international importance included between the areas protected by the Ramsar Convention and among the Natura 2000 sites. Through the photographs of Gabriele De Filippo, we will observe, from a privileged perspective, the eyes that live and love those places, the contradictions between the socio-economic degradation of the territory and the desire for redemption by nature and man in those areas.

Finally, a study day entitled “Erasmus + E ‘” will be open to all, where the results of the project focused on earth sciences will be shared and carried out at international level between reflections and future perspectives.

The exhibition dedicated to the sea can be visited again! Find out which new fish, shellfish and crustaceans live in our tanks following the guided tour “Marine Ecosystems”. During the visit, you will have the opportunity to caress some marine organisms alive in our Touch pool. What an emotion! For the little ones, “Create your marine animals”, a laboratory where you can color fish shapes, inventing new species, and then, as for “magic”, make them appear and swim in a large virtual aquarium.

BIT is back, the most loved exhibit by adults and children! Come and meet him, he will answer all your scientific curiosities and not only … Where have you been in this time? What adventures will he tell you? Do not miss this appointment with “Talk to BIT”.

Do not miss the guided tour of “Bags & CO”, the new exhibition space dedicated to the spectacular world of insects and more. For every man on Earth there are over 150 million insects. “The six-legged giants” have conquered almost all the habitats of our planet … it’s time to start getting to know them better.

In addition to Guided tours to Corporea, the first interactive museum on the Human Body in Italy,

The 3D “Robot Explorers” returns to great demand to travel together with probes, landers and orbiters in our solar system.

Come and discover the rich program!

We are waiting for you!

TICKETS

SCIENCE CENTRE
Adults 10 € 
Kids – teenagers up to 17 years and over 65 7 €

PLANETARIUM
Adults and kids € 5

SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARIUM
Adults € 13
Kids – teenagers up to 17 years and over 65,  10 €

BUY ONLINE !

INFO

Contact Centre
contact@cittadellascienza.it
+39 081.7352.258 +39 081.7352.259 +39 081.7352.220
+39 081.7352.222 – fax +39 081.7352.224
From Monday to Friday 8.30 am to 5 pm

SCIENCE CENTRE OPENING
Tuesday to Saturday 9 am to 5 pm
Sunday and holidays 10 am to 6 pm

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Latte Nobile and its secrets – June 1st, 2018 at Città della Scienza

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10 am  > Opening Latte Nobile

1)Gallery: guided tour discovering  latte Nobile. (producers)

2) Milk and cheese:
Discovering diversity. Tastings for discovering and learning diversity of cheese and milk.

3) 4 pm Round Table
Milk quality and health.
If milk is not all the same and if this food can have a marked influence on our health, then there will be milk that are not good  for our health. Let’s learn more together. What results has the research achieved in the last few years?The results of an important research carried out by some researchers of the University Federico II of Naples have just been published in a prestigious international journal on the role that different milks can play on the inflammatory state of those who consume it.
It will be discussed in this round table in a comparison to several voices among the protagonists, the world of medicine and that of consumers.

Talking:
Gina CAVALIERE, Biology Dpt – UNINA Federico II
Rosario CUOMO, University Federico II Napoli
Federico INFASCELLI,  – UNINA Federico II
Riccardo MARMO,  ASL Salerno
Bruno RONCHI, University Viterbo
Roberto RUBINO, President Anfosc

Coordinator Pietro GRECO, scientific journalist

www.lattenobile.it – Facebook: Latte Nobile – ALNI Associazione Latte Nobile Italiano -

Program
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Futuro Remoto 32nd edition is coming back!

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From November 8th to 11th at Città della Scienza and other special places of Naples

In 2018  Futuro Remoto is back with more and more strength. It is proposed to the entire country as a reference center for scientific research and culture, an opportunity to live and experience the most significant experiences in the field of scientific, technological and social innovation. To do so, it keeps on the spirit and the character of the previous three years edition that means a real “Science Festival”, a party for all and open to all. Starting from the joint initiative of the seven universities of the Campania region, the MIUR – Office, Regional School for Campania and Fondazione Idis-Città della Scienza, strongly supported by local institutions, by all the main national research centers, the event represents a well-established and lively living platform of “social innovation”. Through the creation of interconnection systems and extended involvement of different stakeholders, Futuro Remoto is contributing to a change in roles and relationships, a change that is necessary for the social innovation process.

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Building, playing and discovering: Nintendo Labo workshop at Città della Scienza from May 5th to June 24th

 “Building,playing, discovering” is the new tour experience at Città della Scienza, a unmissble creative lab for parents and children. Learning and fun!

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Playing is serious: the best way to learn especially for children. In Italy 57% of people is videoplayer so educational potential of the videogame medium can reach about 17 million people. And that’s why Nintendo, world leader in the creation and development of interactive entertainment, always attentive to the formative aspects of its products, has decided to make its official entry into Italian museums with  Nintendo Labo, a new line of interactive experiences based on  game and on discovery.

Città della Scienza in Naples is the starting place: every weekend from May 5th  to June 24th, inside the Science Centre, adults and children will discover the innovative Nintendo Labo with a completely new approach. To learn, having fun!Fans of all ages can turn simple cardboard sheets into interactive creations called Toy-Con, designed to work with the Nintendo Switch and Joy-Con controllers. Whether it’s a perfectly functioning 13-key piano or a motorcycle handlebar, a robot, a house or a fishing rod, as if by magic, the beauty will be to see them on screen and discover all the secrets behind the revolutionary technology that allows all this

Buiding, playing and discovering : here is the leitmotiv of the Nintendo Labo workshops. A common thread that will allow everyone to follow the various creative phases, actively participating in each of them. First building, assembling the cardboard sheets and personalizing your creation with imagination and inspiration. After that, playing, experiencing the unique emotion of seeing a cardboard toy come to life and animate, piloting it left and right thanks to the incredible interaction with the Nintendo Switch.Finally, with the Toy-Con Garagediscovering how to create your own personalized cardboard toy from scratch or reprogram an existing one: the only limit is imagination.Thanks to a simplified interface where you can select cause and effect factors, anyone can learn the basics of programming, even tyoungest ones. And that’s how education and play become one!

TIMING AND RESERVATION

From May 5th to June 24th, 2018

3 dates every day.
Every lab take 60 minutes.
Reservation at Corporea info point. 

15 kids every lab.

5 and 6, May
12 and 13 May
19 and 20 May
26 and  27 May

June 2 - 3 
June 9 –  10 
June 16 – 17
June 23 - 24 

Info ph: +39 081.7352.258 +39 081.7352.259 +39 081.7352.220 +39 081.7352.222  – email: contact@cittadellascienza.it

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A world in one word: Biodiversity – May 19 and 20 at Città della Scienza

An amazing adventure in the wild and rich life of our Planet 

Biodiversity immediately suggests a lush forest, populated by a myriad of animal and plant species! But biodiversity is not just this! Life means to be an infinite number of environments, with surprising results. Deserts, volcanoes, mountains covered with endless ice, even the most extreme and inhospitable ecosystems, can be the “home” of animals and plants that have adapted in the name of survival.

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Next May 19th and 20th, Città della Scienza celebrates the day of Biodiversity celebrated on May 22nd, with many activities and workshops on this issue as usual: protecting biodiversity is appropriate for the whole planet, but above all for man! The European Union has been supporting the conservation of our unique and precious natural heritage for 25 years. To celebrate this milestone and mark a quarter of a century of the EU Habitats Directive and the Natura 2000 network of protected areas, on 21st May it is officially designated as “European Natura 2000 Day”. Discover the activities scheduled for this weekend to promote the Natura 2000 network!

In addition, on Sunday, the presentation of the book “The monitoring of wintering water birds in Campania (2006 – 2017)” Monograph No. 16 of the ASOIM   by Dr. Maurizio Fraissinet – Ornithologist, President of the Southern Italy Ornithological Studies Association A.S.O.I.M, will be hosted in our spaces. This volume is the result of the jointed work of several fans who, coordinated by the ASOIM, go in winter, even with problematic weather conditions, to carry out the censuses of waterfowl, thus contributing to the knowledge of the natural phenomena of the Region, a fundamental prerequisite for implementing actions to safeguard the territory and the environment.

Also for this weekend, you can also admire the photographs of the exhibition “Variconi – The Land of the Sunsets of Fire“, a tale of evocative images of the Variconi area, a wetland of international importance included in the areas protected by the Ramsar Convention and among the Natura 2000 sites. Through the photographs of Gabriele De Filippo, we will observe, from a privileged perspective, eyes that live and love those places, the contradictions between the socio-economic degradation of the territory and the desire for redemption by nature and man in those areas. And again, if we talk about Biodiversity, we can not but pay homage to the father of all Naturalists, Charles Darwin! Would you like to feel like him during one of his explorations on the Galapagos Islands? Try it in the “Biodiversity Laboratory” and let yourself be fascinated by biodiversity like a Darwin for a day!

For children, a narration will take you to the discovery of the animals and you will be able to draw them using only your fingerprints. Take part in the workshop: AniMani! What’s in a drop of water? Sometimes we do not think about it, but every single drop of water contains thousands of life forms! Let’s learn together to observe the microcosm that surrounds us in “Life in a drop of water.

Protecting the planet also means that everybody must be more engaged.  Earth, unfortunately, risks being ‘choked’ by the plastic with consequent loss of biodiversity: by 2050 will be added another 33 billion tons of plastic, equal to a row of lorries 800 times the Earth’s circumference. The risk of ‘stifling’ the environment can, according to a study by researchers at the University of California at Davis and published in Nature, could be reduced considerably  only through the use of biodegradable plastics. With “A “future” of Bioplastica” come to discover the negative effects of plastic on the environment and learn to “manufacture” and use biodegradable plastic materials.

Finally, integrating the new technologies with a good dexterity discover together with your parents “Nintendo Labo”: turn a simple piece of cardboard into something different, a bike, a fishing rod, a plane or whatever comes to mind! Then, add a Nintendo Switch console to bring them to life and enjoyment is guaranteed! Win a race, catch a fish, play … With Nintendo Labo, everyone can experience the joy of building, playing and discovering. Have fun watching the workings of your creations: you could even invent new ways to play with Toy-Con!

The exhibition dedicated to the sea can be visited again! Discover which new fish, molluscs and crustaceans live in our tanks following the guided tour “Marine Ecosystems”. During the visit, you will have the opportunity to caress some living marine organisms in our Touch pool! For  yongest, “Biodiversity of our sea”, a laboratory where you can color fish shapes, inventing new species, and then, as for “magic”, make them appear and swim in a large virtual aquarium. BIT is back at Città della Scienza, the most loved guide by adults and children! he will answer all your scientific curiosities and not only … Where have you been in this time? What adventures will he tell you? Do not miss this appointment with “Talk to BIT”. Do not miss the guided tour of “Insetti & CO”, the new exhibition space dedicated to the spectacular world of insects and more. For every man on Earth there are over 150 million insects. “The six-legged giants” have conquered almost all the habitats of our planet … it’s time to start getting to know them better. The importance of small animals, insects and more, for the maintenance of ecosystem imbalances is often underestimated … Enhance  their fundamental role in “Small animals, Great friends”.

In addition to guided tours in Corporea, the first interactive museum on the Human Body in Italy, the 3D “Robot Explorers” returns to great demand to travel together with probes, landers and orbiters within our solar system.
Come and discover the rich program!
We are waiting for you!


TICKET OFFICE

SCIENCE CENTRE
Adults 10 € 
Kids – teenagers up to 17 years and over 65 7 €

PLANETARIUM
Adults and kids € 5

TICKET SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARIUM
Adults € 13
Kids – teenagers up to 17 years and over 65,  10 €

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INFO

Contact Centre
contact@cittadellascienza.it
+39 081.7352.258 +39 081.7352.259 +39 081.7352.220
+39 081.7352.222 – fax +39 081.7352.224
From Monday to Friday 8.30 am to 5 pm

SCIENCE CENTRE OPENING
Tuesday to Saturday 9 am to 5 pm
Sunday and holidays 10 am to 6 pm

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On the trail of ancestors: a long journey through history … May 5th and 6th

L’uomo nella storia

Dall’Uomo di Neanderthal fino all’Homo sapiens sapiens, passando per l’Australopithecus afarensis e al ritrovamento di Lucy, la storia dell’uomo sulla terra è fatta di fatica, adattamento, conquiste, migrazioni, evoluzione, caso. Gli uomini che ci hanno preceduto non erano esattamente come noi: diverse specie di uomini si sono succedute, ma solo la nostra, l’Homo sapiens sapiens è sopravvissuta allo scorrere del tempo. Corri a Città della Scienza e rivivi le tappe dei nostri antenati fino ad oggi! Ne vedrete delle belle!

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Sabato 5 Maggio è in programma la dimostrazione scientifica “La famiglia allargata” – un affascinante viaggio nell’evoluzione dell’uomo tra scimmie e ominidi tra curiosità, false ideologie e moderne scoperte.
Questo weekend dedicato alla storia sarà l’occasione per parlare degli animali più amati da tutti i bambini: arrivano i Dinosauri!
I dinosauri e l’uomo hanno mai passeggiato assieme sulla terra? Le teorie relative alla coesistenza delle due specie sono molte e fanno, nella maggior parte dei casi, leva su un’ipotetica erronea datazione dell’origine della specie umana. Il più delle volte, a sostegno delle ipotesi di convivenza, si forniscono immagini di disegni o statuette che raffigurano scene di caccia ai dinosauri o semplicemente immagini di dinosauri. Una teoria senz’altro suggestiva sulla base della quale sono stati sviluppati libri, romanzi, film e cartoni animati…Si tratta, però, di una teoria senza fondamento!
Per molti anni si è pensato che fosse assolutamente improbabile, se non impossibile, ritrovare tracce di dinosauri in Italia. Il primo ritrovamento scheletrico di un dinosauro risale al 1980, quando un appassionato di fossili scoprì nei calcari cretacei della cava di Pietraroja a Benevento, il fossile di una lucertola. In realtà si trattava dello scheletro di un dinosauro ma questo non si seppe fino al 1993, dopo l’uscita del celebre film Jurassic Park. I paleontologi e gli studiosi che analizzarono il reperto ribattezzarono il primo dinosauro italiano con il nome di Ciro, con cui poi è entrato nella storia. “Dinosauri: orme dal passato” ,un laboratorio di manualità per scoprire le impronte dei dinosauri, ti aspetta!
Chiudi gli occhi per un istante: ti trovi nel 3000 a.C. sulle sponde del fiume Nilo tra faraoni e mummie! Siamo in Egitto! Con Come si crea una mummia? L’antico processo di mummificazione in Egitto” scopri le procedure, i materiali, le tempistiche e le simbologie connesse a questo antico rituale caratteristico e centrale per le credenze dell’antica civiltà egiziana. E ancora, L’antica scrittura egiziana: i geroglifici” per scoprire la scrittura e lettura del complesso sistema linguistico egiziano, con esercizi per scoprire i meccanismi di espressione della civiltà egiziana antica e comprendere la simbologia legata ad alcuni termini noti ormai anche al grande pubblico.
Proseguendo a parlare di mummie, non perdere l’emozione di essere un paleoantropologo e riporta alla luce Otzi – una mummia perfettamente conservata e riemersa tra i ghiacci delle Alpi, gettando luce sulle abitudini degli uomini del Neolitico con il laboratorio Otzi – La mummia dei ghiacci”.

E i mosaici? Quanto sono affascinanti e quanto ci raccontano del passato! Tra fantasia e creatività andiamo alla scoperta dell’antica tecnica musiva, tessera dopo tessera…Con “Laboratorio di mosaico” , attraverso il metodo diretto o indiretto, avrai la possibilità di riprodurre su un supporto l’immagine di un mosaico antico! La storia non è mai stata così divertente!
Passato sì, ma anche futuro! Andiamo alla scoperta delle nuove tecnologie con “Nintendo Labo”: un laboratorio dove potrai trasformare un semplice pezzo di cartone in qualcosa di diverso: una moto, una canna da pesca, un piano o qualsiasi cosa ti venga in mente! Poi, aggiungi una console Nintendo Switch per portarli in vita e il divertimento è garantito! Vinci una gara, prendi un pesce, suona… Con Nintendo Labo, tutti possono scoprire la gioia di montare, giocare e scoprire. Divertiti ad osservare il funzionamento delle tue creazioni: potresti perfino inventare nuovi modi di giocare con i Toy-Con!
Nuovamente visitabile anche la Mostra dedicata al Mare! Scopri quali nuovi pesci, molluschi e crostacei abitano le nostre vasche seguendo la visita guidata Ecosistemi marini”. Durante la visita, avrai la possibilità di accarezzare alcuni organismi marini vivi nella nostra Touch pool. Che emozione!
Per i più piccoli, “Inventa i tuoi animali marini, un laboratorio dove potrai colorare sagome di pesci, inventandoti nuove specie, e poi, come per “magia”, farle comparire e nuotare in un grande acquario virtuale.
Non perdere la visita guidata a Insetti&CO”, il nuovo spazio espositivo dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo. Per ogni uomo della Terra ci sono oltre 150 milioni di insetti. “I giganti a sei zampe” hanno conquistato quasi tutti gli habitat del nostro pianeta…. è il momento di cominciare a conoscerli meglio. Scopri tutti i segreti che li hanno resi così vincenti in un percorso articolato in sei isole tematiche, l’una più coinvolgente dell’altra!
Oltre alle visite guidate a Corporea, il primo museo interattivo sul Corpo Umano in Italia, ritorna a grande richiesta il 3D“Robot Explorers” per viaggiare insieme a sonde, lander e orbiter all’interno del nostro sistema solare. Vieni a scoprire il ricco programma! Vi aspettiamo in tanti!

SABATO 5 MAGGIO

Show Planetario 3D “Robot explorers”
Sonde, lander, orbiter e satelliti: i robot esploratori vi porteranno alla scoperta del nostro Sistema Solare!
Alle ore 9.15 – 10.00 – 10.45 – 11.30 – 12.15 – 13.00 – 14.15 – 15.00 – 15.45
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario

Visite guidate alla mostra Corporea 
Alle ore 9.15 – 10.15 – 11.15 – 12.15 – 14.15 – 15.15 -16.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Corporea
Per tutti

Insetti&CO 
Non perdere la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, il nuovo spazio espositivo per i più piccoli dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo…
Alle ore 9.15 – 10.15 – 11.15 – 12.15 – 13.15 -15.15 – 16.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visita guidata alla Mostra Il Mare – Ecosistemi marini 
Visita la Mostra dedicata al Mare completamente rinnovata! Scopri quali nuovi pesci, molluschi e crostacei abitano le nostre vasche. Durante la visita, avrai la possibilità di accarezzare alcuni organismi marini vivi nella nostra Touch pool. Che emozione!
Alle ore 9.15 – 10.00 – 11.00– 14.00 – 15.00
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Inventa i tuoi animali marini 
Inventa coloratissimi pesci e poi, come per magia, farle comparire e nuotare in un grande acquario virtuale.
Alle ore 12.00 – 16.00
Durata 30’
Per bambini dai 6 ai 12 anni
Prenotazioni e partenza in infopoint Corporea o Mare (massimo 25 bambini per turno)

L’antica scrittura egiziana: i geroglifici
Laboratorio di scrittura e lettura del complesso sistema linguistico egiziano, con esercizi per scoprire i meccanismi di espressione della civiltà egiziana antica e comprendere la simbologia legata ad alcuni termini noti ormai anche al grande pubblico.
Alle ore 10.00 – 11.00
Piano Terra Corporea
Durata 45’
Per tutti
A cura di: Università degli Studi di Napoli L’Orientale, Dipartimento Asia Africa e Mediterraneo , Insegnamento egittologia, e con prof.ssa Rosanna Pirelli, dr.ssa Ilaria Incordino, Dott.ssa Stefania Mainieri, Dott. Christian Mazzarino.

Come si crea una mummia? L’antico processo di mummificazione in Egitto
Laboratorio di mummificazione antica per scoprire le procedure, i materiali, le tempistiche e le simbologie connesse a questo antico rituale caratteristico e centrale per le credenze dell’antica civiltà egiziana.
Alle ore 12.00
Durata 45’
Lab 1- Piano Terra Corporea
Per tutti
A cura di: Università degli Studi di Napoli L’Orientale, Dipartimento Asia Africa e Mediterraneo , Insegnamento egittologia, e con prof.ssa Rosanna Pirelli, dr.ssa Ilaria Incordino, Dott.ssa Stefania Mainieri, Dott. Christian Mazzarino.

Nintendo Labo 
Con Nintendo Labo, tutti possono scoprire la gioia di montare, giocare e scoprire. Divertiti ad osservare il funzionamento delle tue creazioni: potresti perfino inventare nuovi modi di giocare con i Toy-Con!
Alle ore 10.15 – 12.30 –14.30
Durata 60’
Insetti Lab1 in Mostra Insetti&Co.
Per bambini dai 6 anni in su
Prenotazioni e partenza in infopoint Corporea o Mare (massimo 15 bambini per turno)

Laboratorio di mosaico
Tra fantasia e creatività andiamo alla scoperta dell’antica tecnica musiva, tessera dopo tessera. Attraverso il metodo diretto o indiretto, avrai la possibilità di riprodurre su un supporto l’immagine di un mosaico antico!
Alle ore 9.15 – 11.30 – 16.00
Durata 45’
Insetti Lab1 in Mostra Insetti&Co.
Per bambini dai 6 ai 12 anni
Prenotazioni e partenza in infopoint Corporea o Mare (massimo 15 bambini per turno)

Dinosauri: orme dal passato
Laboratorio di manualità per scoprire le impronte dei dinosauri e il famoso dinosauro campano “Ciro”.
Alle ore 9.45 –14.15 – 16.15
Durata 45’
Insetti Lab2 in Mostra Insetti&Co.
Per bambini dai 5 anni in su
Prenotazioni e partenza in infopoint Corporea o Mare (massimo 15 bambini a turno)

La famiglia allargata 
Alla scoperta della storia dei nostri lontani antenati, tra verità e false credenze, su scimmie, ominidi e Homo sapiens.
Alle ore 11.00 – 13.00 – 15.00
Assaggi di Scienze – Mostra il Mare
Durata 30’
Per tutti

DOMENICA 6 MAGGIO

Show Planetario 3D “Robot explorers” 
Sonde, lander, orbiter e satelliti: i robot esploratori vi porteranno alla scoperta del nostro Sistema Solare!
Alle ore 10.15 –11.00 – 11.45 – 12.30 – 13.15 – 14.00 –15.15- 16.00- 16.45
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario

Visite guidate alla mostra Corporea
Alle ore 10.15 – 11.15 – 12.15 –14.15 – 15.15 – 16.15 – 17.15
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso della Mostra Corporea

Insetti&CO 
In anteprima, non perdere la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, il nuovo spazio espositivo per i più piccoli dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo…
Alle ore 10.15 – 11.15 –12.15 – 13.15 – 15.15 –16.15 – 17.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visita guidata alla Mostra Il Mare – Ecosistemi marini
Visita la Mostra dedicata al Mare completamente rinnovata! Scopri quali nuovi pesci, molluschi e crostacei abitano le nostre vasche. Durante la visita, avrai la possibilità di accarezzare alcuni organismi marini vivi nella nostra Touch pool. Che emozione!
Alle ore 10.00 – 11.00– 14.00 – 15.00– 17.00
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Inventa i tuoi animali marini 
Inventa coloratissimi pesci e poi, come per magia, farle comparire e nuotare in un grande acquario virtuale.
Alle ore 12.00 – 16.00
Durata 30’
Prenotazioni e partenza in infopoint Corporea o Mare (massimo 25 bambini per turno)
Per bambini dai 6 ai 12 anni

L’antica scrittura egiziana: i geroglifici
Laboratorio di scrittura e lettura del complesso sistema linguistico egiziano, con esercizi per scoprire i meccanismi di espressione della civiltà egiziana antica e comprendere la simbologia legata ad alcuni termini noti ormai anche al grande pubblico.
Alle ore 10.00 – 11.00
Durata 45’
Piano terra corporea
Per tutti
A cura di: Università degli Studi di Napoli L’Orientale, Dipartimento Asia Africa e Mediterraneo , Insegnamento egittologia, e con prof.ssa Rosanna Pirelli, dr.ssa Ilaria Incordino, Dott.ssa Stefania Mainieri, Dott. Christian Mazzarino.

Come si crea una mummia? L’antico processo di mummificazione in Egitto
Laboratorio di mummificazione antica per scoprire le procedure, i materiali, le tempistiche e le simbologie connesse a questo antico rituale caratteristico e centrale per le credenze dell’antica civiltà egiziana.
Alle ore 12.00
Durata 45’
Lab 1 Piano Terra Corporea
Per tutti
A cura di: Università degli Studi di Napoli L’Orientale, Dipartimento Asia Africa e Mediterraneo , Insegnamento egittologia, e con prof.ssa Rosanna Pirelli, dr.ssa Ilaria Incordino, Dott.ssa Stefania Mainieri, Dott. Christian Mazzarino.

Nintendo Labo
Con Nintendo Labo, tutti possono scoprire la gioia di montare, giocare e scoprire. Divertiti ad osservare il funzionamento delle tue creazioni: potresti perfino inventare nuovi modi di giocare con i Toy-Con!
Alle ore 11.15 – 14.15 – 15.15
Durata 60’
Insetti Lab1 in Mostra Insetti&Co.
Per bambini dai 6 anni in su
Prenotazioni e partenza in infopoint Corporea o Mare (massimo 15 bambini per turno)

Laboratorio di mosaico 
Tra fantasia e creatività andiamo alla scoperta dell’antica tecnica musiva, tessera dopo tessera. Attraverso il metodo diretto o indiretto, avrai la possibilità di riprodurre su un supporto l’immagine di un mosaico antico!
Alle ore 10.15 – 12.30 – 16.30
Durata 45’
Insetti Lab1 in Mostra Insetti&Co.
Per bambini dai 6 ai 12 anni
Prenotazioni e partenza in infopoint Corporea o Mare (massimo 15 bambini per turno)

Dinosauri: orme dal passato
Laboratorio di manualità per scoprire le impronte dei dinosauri e il famoso dinosauro campano “Ciro”.
Alle ore 10.30- 12.30 – 15.15 -17.15
Insetti Lab2 in Mostra Insetti&Co.
Durata 45’
Per bambini dai 5 anni in su
Prenotazioni e partenza in infopoint Corporea o Mare (massimo 15 bambini a turno)

Otzi – La mummia dei ghiacci 
Un ritrovamento inaspettato… Una mummia perfettamente conservata riemersa tra i ghiacci delle Alpi getta luce sulle abitudini degli uomini del Neolitico.
Alle ore 11.30 – 14.15 – 16.15
Durata 45’
Insetti Lab2 in Mostra Insetti&Co.
Per bambini dagli 8 ai 12 anni
Prenotazioni e partenza in infopoint Corporea o Mare (massimo 10 bambini)

BIGLIETTERIA

SCIENCE CENTRE
Adulti € 10,00
Ridotto bambini e ragazzi (3-17 anni) e over 65 € 7,00

PLANETARIO
Ingresso unico adulti e bambini € 5,00

BIGLIETTO INTEGRATO SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARIO
Adulti € 13,00
Ridotto bambini e ragazzi (3-17 anni) e over 65 € 10,00

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INFO SU ORARI ED EVENTI

Contact Centre
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Il Servizio è attivo dal lunedì al venerdì dalle ore 8.30 alle ore 17.00

ORARI E GIORNI DI APERTURA DEL SCIENCE CENTRE
dal lunedì al sabato ore 9.00 – 17.00
domenica e festivi ore 10.00 – 18.00

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Everyone at work! April 30th and May 1st

Celebrazione della Festa del Lavoro

“Otto ore di lavoro, otto di svago, otto per dormire” fu la parola d’ordine, coniata in Australia nel 1855, e condivisa da gran parte del movimento sindacale organizzato del primo Novecento. Si aprì così la strada a rivendicazioni generali e alla ricerca di un giorno, il primo Maggio, appunto, in cui tutti i lavoratori potessero incontrarsi per esercitare una forma di lotta e per affermare la propria autonomia e indipendenza. Come è cambiata la concezione del lavoro nel corso del tempo? Come e quanto i robot e le macchine “non-viventi” stanno sostituendo l’uomo in tutte le tipologie di lavoro?  Lavoro sì, ma anche riposo! E un giorno di riposo diventa naturalmente un giorno di festa! Trascorri il tuo tempo libero con noi a Città della Scienza e scopri la storia della festa del lavoro, delle sue origini e del suo significato. Conosci i segreti di alcuni dei più importanti, divertenti e pazzoidi lavori in campo scientifico. Il divertimento è assicurato!

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Tiemp bell e’ na vot : la riscoperta degli antichi mestieri napoletani. Non perdere questo viaggio – racconto affascinante e divertente alla scoperta delle curiosità e delle terminologie dei più antichi e bizzarri lavori creati dalla fantasia napoletana. Scopri il significato di parole ormai in disuso nel nostro dialetto e lasciati affascinare dal mondo colorato dei mestieri partenopei.
Ma, dalla tradizione bisogna guardare anche al futuro… Il coding è una nuova lingua, una lingua computazionale, e impararla è un modo straordinario per entrare nel mondo del lavoro con il piede giusto! Coding e programming: le professioni del futuro!: il 1 maggio corri a Città della Scienza e impara a scrivere le righe di comando necessarie per “programmare” un divertente personaggio a compiere l’azione scelta da te!
Se da un lato la nostra vita sarà sempre più permeata da tecnologia, informatica e robotica, dall’altro nei prossimi anni il mondo del lavoro sarà caratterizzato dalla crescente richiesta di professionalità basate su competenze umane che le macchine non possono rimpiazzare: manualità, ingegno e creatività. Partecipa al laboratorio L’artigiano: un’arte da scoprire tra ceramica e terracotta”: lavorare l’argilla non è mai stato così divertente!
A volte il mondo animale ci ispira il successo ecologico delle formiche è dovuto ai loro elevati livelli di cooperazione e alla sofisticata divisione del lavoro. Il passaggio da una all’altra delle tre classi sociali in cui è suddivisa la casta delle formiche operaie è legato all’anzianità di servizio, ma non solo….a determinarlo concorre qualche altro fattore, forse legato alla localizzazione del loro posto di lavoro. Partecipa all’attività “La vita segreta delle formiche operaie!”
Sapevi che il Lavoro è una grandezza fisica?Si tratta dell’energia scambiata tra due sistemi attraverso l’azione di una forza o una risultante di forze quando l’oggetto subisce uno spostamento e la forza ha una componente non nulla nella direzione dello spostamento. Se ti sembra di leggere “arabo”, non preoccuparti, abbiamo in serbo per te una serie di divertenti e coinvolgenti esperimenti che ti renderanno il “Lavoro” più semplice! Non perdere “Sperimentando con … il Lavoro!”.

Per i più piccoli, in programma “Memory dei Mestieri” dove potrai abbinare a ciascuna professione lo strumento necessario, perché cosa sarebbe un astrofisico senza un telescopio o dottore senza stetoscopio?
Tutti i lavori sono utili al conseguimento del progresso e della crescita di una civiltà. In
“A ciascuno il suo lavoro!” potrai immaginare di essere il Sindaco della tua città e vederla prendere vita e forma davanti ai tuoi occhi in un collage 3D. Non dimenticare di inserire rappresentanti dei vari lavoratori!
Infine, completa la nostra offerta Nuovamente visitabile la Mostra dedicata al Mare! Scopri quali nuovi pesci, molluschi e crostacei abitano le nostre vasche seguendo la visita guidata “Ecosistemi marini”. Durante la visita, avrai la possibilità di accarezzare alcuni organismi marini vivi nella nostra Touch pool. Che emozione!
Per i più piccoli, “Inventa i tuoi animali marini, un laboratorio dove potrai colorare sagome di pesci, inventandoti nuove specie, e poi, come per “magia”, farle comparire e nuotare in un grande acquario virtuale.
Non perdere la visita guidata a Insetti&CO”, il nuovo spazio espositivo dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo. Per ogni uomo della Terra ci sono oltre 150 milioni di insetti. “I giganti a sei zampe” hanno conquistato quasi tutti gli habitat del nostro pianeta…. è il momento di cominciare a conoscerli meglio. Scopri tutti i segreti che li hanno resi così vincenti in un percorso articolato in sei isole tematiche, l’una più coinvolgente dell’altra!
Oltre alle visite guidate a Corporea, il primo museo interattivo sul Corpo Umano in Italia, ritorna a grande richiesta il 3D “Robot Explorers” per viaggiare insieme a sonde, lander e orbiter all’interno del nostro sistema solare.
Vieni a scoprire il ricco programma!
Vi aspettiamo in tanti!

LUNEDÌ 30 APRILE

Show Planetario 3D “Robot explorers”
Sonde, lander, orbiter e satelliti: i robot esploratori vi porteranno alla scoperta del nostro Sistema Solare!
Alle ore 9.15 – 10.00 – 10.45 – 11.30 – 12.15 – 13.00 – 14.15 – 15.00 – 15.45
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario

Visite guidate alla mostra Corporea
Alle ore 10.15 – 12.15 – 15.15
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso della Mostra Corporea

Insetti&CO
Non perdere la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, il nuovo spazio espositivo per i più piccoli dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo…
Alle ore 11.15 – 16.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visita guidata alla Mostra Il Mare – Ecosistemi marini
Visita la Mostra dedicata al Mare completamente rinnovata! Scopri quali nuovi pesci, molluschi e crostacei abitano le nostre vasche. Durante la visita, avrai la possibilità di accarezzare alcuni organismi marini vivi nella nostra Touch pool. Che emozione!
Alle ore 10.00 – 14.00
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Inventa i tuoi animali marini 
Inventa coloratissimi pesci e poi, come per magia, farle comparire e nuotare in un grande acquario virtuale.
Alle ore 12.00
Durata 30’
Prenotazioni e partenza in infopoint Corporea o Mare (massimo 25 bambini per turno)
Per bambini dai 6 ai 12 anni

L’artigiano: un’arte da scoprire tra ceramica e terracotta
Lavorare l’argilla? È una delle attività più longeve mai esistite. Riscopri il lavoro dei primitivi attraverso la tecnica del colombino.
Alle ore 10.30 – 12.30
Durata 45’
Insetti LAB2 in Mostra Insetti & CO
Prenotazioni e partenza in infopoint Corporea o Mare (massimo 25 bambini per turno)
Per bambini dai 6 ai 12 anni

A ciascuno il suo lavoro! 
Immagina di essere un Sindaco e costruisci la tua città in un collage in 3D. Non dimenticare di popolarla con i più svariati lavoratori! Saranno loro a portare avanti la tua città.
Alle ore 13.15 – 15.30
Durata 45’
Insetti LAB2 in Mostra Insetti & CO
Prenotazioni e partenza in infopoint Corporea o Mare (massimo 25 bambini per turno)
Per bambini dai 5 ai 7 anni

MARTEDÌ 1° MAGGIO

Show Planetario 3D “Robot explorers”
Sonde, lander, orbiter e satelliti: i robot esploratori vi porteranno alla scoperta del nostro Sistema Solare!
Alle ore 10.15 –11.00 – 11.45 – 12.30 – 13.15 – 14.00 –15.15- 16.00- 16.45
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario

Visite guidate alla mostra Corporea
Alle ore 10.15 – 11.15 – 12.15 –14.15 – 15.15 – 16.15 – 17.15
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso della Mostra Corporea

Insetti&CO 
Non perdere la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, il nuovo spazio espositivo per i più piccoli dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo…
Alle ore 10.15 – 11.15 –12.15 – 13.15 – 15.15 –16.15 – 17.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visita guidata alla Mostra Il Mare – Ecosistemi marini 
Visita la Mostra dedicata al Mare completamente rinnovata! Scopri quali nuovi pesci, molluschi e crostacei abitano le nostre vasche. Durante la visita, avrai la possibilità di accarezzare alcuni organismi marini vivi nella nostra Touch pool. Che emozione!
Alle ore 10.00 – 11.00– 14.00 – 15.00– 17.00
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Inventa i tuoi animali marini
Inventa coloratissimi pesci e poi, come per magia, farle comparire e nuotare in un grande acquario virtuale.
Alle ore 12.00 – 16.00
Durata 30’
Prenotazioni e partenza in infopoint Corporea o Mare (massimo 25 bambini per turno)
Per bambini dai 6 ai 12 anni

Tiemp bell e’ na vot: la riscoperta degli antichi mestieri napoletani
Viaggio – racconto alla scoperta e alla ri-scoperta dei più tradizionali, antichi e ormai dimenticati mestieri partenopei.
Alle ore 11.30 – 12.30 – 15.30
Durata 30’
Lab 2 – Piano terra Corporea
Per tutti

L’artigiano: un’arte da scoprire tra ceramica e terracotta 
Lavorare l’argilla? È una delle attività più longeve mai esistite. Riscopri il lavoro dei primitivi attraverso la tecnica del colombino.
Alle ore 10.15 – 13.15 – 17.00
Durata 45’
Insetti LAB2 in Mostra Insetti & CO
Prenotazioni e partenza in infopoint Corporea o Mare (massimo 25 bambini per turno)
Per bambini dai 6 ai 12 anni

Il Memory dei Mestieri 
Cosa sarebbe un medico senza uno stetoscopio o un astrofisico senza un telescopio? Ogni lavoro ha i suoi strumenti necessari e tu sapresti abbinarli? Scoprilo in questo divertente gioco!
Alle ore 11.15 – 15.00
Durata 45’
Insetti LAB2 in Mostra Insetti & CO
Prenotazioni e partenza in infopoint Corporea o Mare (massimo 25 bambini per turno)
Per bambini dai 5 ai 7 anni

A ciascuno il suo lavoro! 
Immagina di essere un Sindaco e costruisci la tua città in un collage in 3D. Non dimenticare di popolarla con i più svariati lavoratori! Saranno loro a portare avanti la tua città.
Alle ore 12.15 – 16.00
Durata 45’
Insetti LAB2 in Mostra Insetti & CO
Prenotazioni e partenza in infopoint Corporea o Mare (massimo 25 bambini per turno)
Per bambini dai 5 ai 7 anni

Coding e programming: le professioni del futuro! 
Con l’aiuto di un software dedicato, scrivi le righe di comando necessarie per “programmare” un divertente personaggio a compiere l’azione scelta da te!
Alle ore 11.15 – 14.00 – 16.15
Durata 45’
Aula C
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea fino a esaurimento posti
Per bambini dagli 8 anni in su (Max 25 bambini a turno)

Sperimentando con … Il Lavoro! 
Attraverso una serie di pratici e ripetibili esperimenti, giochiamo con la grandezza fisica del lavoro! A volte, il lavoro può anche essere divertente!
Alle ore 12.30 – 15.15
Durata 30’
Lab 1 – piano terra Corporea
Per bambini dai 8 anni in su

La vita segreta delle formiche operaie 
Il successo ecologico delle formiche è dovuto ai loro elevati livelli di cooperazione e alla sofisticata divisione del lavoro. I compiti che svolgono le formiche operaie sono legati all’anzianità di servizio, ma non solo….a determinarli concorrono anche altri fattori, come le loro dimensioni e la localizzazione del loro posto di lavoro. Scopri la vita segreta delle formiche operaie!
Alle ore 11.00 – 13.00 – 15.00
Durata 30’
Insetti LAB1 in Mostra Insetti & CO
Per tutti

BIGLIETTERIA

SCIENCE CENTRE
Adulti € 10,00
Ridotto bambini e ragazzi (3-17 anni) e over 65 € 7,00

PLANETARIO
Ingresso unico adulti e bambini € 5,00

BIGLIETTO INTEGRATO SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARIO
Adulti € 13,00
Ridotto bambini e ragazzi (3-17 anni) e over 65 € 10,00

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INFO SU ORARI ED EVENTI

Contact Centre
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Il Servizio è attivo dal lunedì al venerdì dalle ore 8.30 alle ore 17.00

ORARI E GIORNI DI APERTURA DEL SCIENCE CENTRE
dal lunedì al sabato ore 9.00 – 17.00
domenica e festivi ore 10.00 – 18.00

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ScienzARTE! – April, 28th and 29th

Celebrazione della Giornata Mondiale del disegno

Arte e scienza nel tempo sono sempre state considerate come due binari paralleli aventi nessun punto di contatto. Tuttavia, questa concezione è sbagliata! Un grande artista è, spesso, uno scienziato che ha appreso le tecniche e ha perfetta conoscenza dei materiali di cui necessita per la sua arte. A Città della Scienza mostreremo in questo weekend, con laboratori entusiasmanti, lo stretto connubio tra arte e scienza. Cimentati nel disegno, pittura, scultura e modellazione e scatena l’artista che è in te!

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Inoltre, non perdere il lato “artistico” di Città della Scienza: scopri in una visita guidata tematizzata le opere di arte contemporanee che arricchiscono i nostri spazi.
In una nuova era in cui l’uomo non riesce più a pensarsi senza macchine, l’artista partenopeo introduce l’elemento “extraumano” anche nell’arte, creando lavori pittorici che dalla mente passano alla macchina e da questa alla tela. Un nuovo modo di concepire e fare arte nel contemporaneo in cui il drone diventa tramite tra il pensiero e l’azione dell’artista! Sabato e domenica non perderti “Dario Di Franco | The drone experience” , una performance live di pittura con i droni e l’esposizione delle prime opere al mondo realizzate con questa tecnica!
E ancora, visita la Mostra nell’ambito del progetto “Art&Science across Italy”: avrai l’occasione di conoscere i giovani vincitori del progetto “Art&Science across Italy e i loro elaborati ispirati alle informazioni e alle suggestioni derivate dall’esperienza vissuta in un laboratorio di fisica dell’Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare e del CERN.
Solo per sabato 28 non perderti “Lo Smart Museum”: “sostituire” le guide museali con Smartphone e/o Tablet? Oggi si può grazie ad una applicazione realizzata da DATABENC Dipartimento di Alta Tecnologia per i Beni Culturali della Federico II. Tale iniziativa rientra nel progetto “L’Artistico – Casa Museo”. In armonia con la tradizione artistica, culturale e sociale, il progetto vuole consentire alla Comunità Territoriale la completa fruibilità dell’intero patrimonio raccolto nei 130 anni (3 secoli ‘800, ‘900 e 2000) attraverso acquisti, mostre, donazioni, ecc.
Ospite speciale di questo weekend sarà, inoltre, la Scuola CounseLis che ci proporrà un breve viaggio nella cultura sorda alla scoperta della Lingua dei Segni, esempio di arte e scienza. Non perdere il workshop esperienziale “La comunicazione. Scienza o Arte?”.
Solo per questo weekend Arte contemporanea per tutti!”: partecipa alla visita guidata alla scoperta delle straordinarie opere di arte contemporanea presenti a Città della Scienza! Avresti mai immaginato che nascoste negli spazi pubblici del nostro Science Centre puoi trovare opere di arte contemporanea? Vieni ad osservarle e avvicinati maggiormente a questa tipologia di arte spesso non di semplice lettura.
Il viso di un uomo/donna è il nostro biglietto da visita. Molto di più di un paio di occhi, un naso, una bocca e un paio di orecchie, il volto di ciascuno di noi parla. Ci trasmette emozioni, sensazioni, caratteristiche della nostra personalità. Scoprilo in questo laboratorio espressivo “Faccia da Picasso” e divertiti nel comporre un volto come farebbe il più celebre artista del Cubismo, Pablo Picasso. Le risate sono assicurate!

Basta un soffio per dipingere! “Dipingere con l’aria” ti insegnerà a comporre “quadri” coloratissimi e dal risultato imprevedibile semplicemente “modulando” il tuo respiro. Cosa aspetti?
Se pensiamo all’arte, immediatamente ci viene in mente il disegno, la forma più delicata, primitiva istintiva di arte. E allora perché non cimentarsi nel “Disegno Naturalistico”?. Osservare la natura che ci circonda è senz’altro bello, ma essere in grado di riprodurla su carta con le matite colorate lo è ancor di più. In compagnia di un esperto, apprendi i segreti, le curiosità e le tecniche per riprodurre in maniera più fedele possibile la bellezza della natura.
Non perdere infine, “Natura, pennelli e colori: quando l’arte incontra la biologia” per ripercorrere la storia del disegno naturalistico tra curiosità, esempi e aneddoti divertenti, ne vedrete di tutti i colori!
Kandiskij, Klee, Mondrian, Picasso e tanti altri pittori usavano cerchi, triangoli, quadrati, rette, rombi, rettangoli, trapezi e tanto altro ancora! Per loro queste forme erano in grado di comunicare,quasi come se fossero esseri viventi. Attraverso le figure geometriche, esprimevano i propri sentimenti più profondi. Ecco a voi i loro quadri e adesso insieme andiamo ad analizzare le numerose forme che ci vivono all’interno! Dopo aver osservato i quadri ci metteremo nei panni degli artisti e cercheremo di riprodurre le forme della geometria!Solo per questo weekend, Riga e compasso, altro che pennello!
Nuovamente visitabile la Mostra dedicata al Mare! Scopri quali nuovi pesci, molluschi e crostacei abitano le nostre vasche seguendo la visita guidata Ecosistemi marini”. Durante la visita, avrai la possibilità di accarezzare alcuni organismi marini vivi nella nostra Touch pool. Che emozione!
Per i più piccoli, “Inventa i tuoi animali marini, un laboratorio dove potrai colorare sagome di pesci, inventandoti nuove specie, e poi, come per “magia”, farle comparire e nuotare in un grande acquario virtuale.
Non perdere la visita guidata a Insetti&CO”, il nuovo spazio espositivo dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo. Per ogni uomo della Terra ci sono oltre 150 milioni di insetti. “I giganti a sei zampe” hanno conquistato quasi tutti gli habitat del nostro pianeta…. è il momento di cominciare a conoscerli meglio. Scopri tutti i segreti che li hanno resi così vincenti in un percorso articolato in sei isole tematiche, l’una più coinvolgente dell’altra! Oltre alle visite guidate a Corporea, il primo museo interattivo sul Corpo Umano in Italia, ritorna a grande richiesta il 3D “Robot Explorers” per viaggiare insieme a sonde, lander e orbiter all’interno del nostro sistema solare. Vieni a scoprire il ricco programma! Vi aspettiamo in tanti!

SABATO 28 APRILE

Show Planetario 3D “Robot explorers” 
Sonde, lander, orbiter e satelliti: i robot esploratori vi porteranno alla scoperta del nostro Sistema Solare!
Alle ore 9.15 – 10.00 – 10.45 – 11.30 – 12.15 – 13.00 – 14.15 – 15.00 – 15.45
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario

Visite guidate alla mostra Corporea 
Alle ore 9.15 – 10.15 – 11.15 – 12.15 – 14.15 – 15.15 -16.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Corporea
Per tutti

Insetti&CO 
Non perdere la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, il nuovo spazio espositivo per i più piccoli dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo…
Alle ore 9.15 – 10.15 – 11.15 – 12.15 – 13.15 -15.15 – 16.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visita guidata alla Mostra Il Mare – Ecosistemi marini
Visita la Mostra dedicata al Mare completamente rinnovata! Scopri quali nuovi pesci, molluschi e crostacei abitano le nostre vasche. Durante la visita, avrai la possibilità di accarezzare alcuni organismi marini vivi nella nostra Touch pool. Che emozione!
Alle ore 9.15 – 10.00 – 11.00– 14.00 – 15.00
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Inventa i tuoi animali marini
Inventa coloratissimi pesci e poi, come per magia, farle comparire e nuotare in un grande acquario virtuale.
Alle ore 12.00 – 16.00
Durata 30’
Per bambini dai 6 ai 12 anni
Prenotazioni e partenza in infopoint Corporea o Mare (massimo 25 bambini per turno)

Dario Di Franco | The drone experience
Un nuovo modo di concepire e fare arte nel contemporaneo in cui il drone diventa tramite tra il pensiero e l’azione dell’artista! Una performance live di pittura con i droni e l’esposizione delle prime opere al mondo realizzate con questa tecnica!
Alle ore 11.00 – 13.00
Durata 20’
Arena
Per tutti

Mostra di opere d’arte realizzate con la Drone Experience
Esposizione delle prime opere al mondo realizzate con questa tecnica.
Dalle ore 9.30 alle 17.00
Per tutti
di Dario Di Franco

Mostra nell’ambito del progetto “Art&Science across Italy”
Esposizione degli elaborati artistici vincitori del progetto “Art&Science across Italy”. Gli elaborati, prodotti da studenti delle classi del triennio delle scuole superiori italiane, sono ispirati alle informazioni e alle suggestioni derivate dall’esperienza vissuta in un laboratorio di fisica dell’Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare e del CERN.
Sol Lewitt
Dalle ore 9.30 alle 17.00
Per tutti
A cura di: Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare e del CERN

Lo Smart Museum
Dimostrazione pratica di come le guide possono essere sostituite da Smartphone e/o Tablet attraverso una applicazione realizzata da DATABENC Dipartimento di Alta Tecnologia per i Beni Culturali della Federico II. Tale iniziativa rientra nel progetto “L’Artistico – Casa Museo”. In armonia con la tradizione artistica, culturale e sociale, il progetto vuole consentire alla Comunità Territoriale la completa fruibilità dell’intero patrimonio raccolto nei 130 anni (3 secoli ‘800, ‘900 e 2000) attraverso acquisti, mostre, donazioni, ecc.
Dalle ore 10.00 alle 11.30
Lab 2 – Piano Terra Corporea
Per tutti
A cura di: Fondazione Circolo Artistico Politecnico e con la dott.ssa Lisa Saut, dr.ssa Giuliana Santoro

La Comunicazione. Scienza o Arte?
L’arte, la pittura, il disegno, la scultura sono forme di comunicazione. L’artista esprime sé stesso attraverso questi mezzi. Ma chi è l’artista? Non è forse anche uno scienziato? Egli, infatti, conosce a fondo tecniche e materiali necessari per realizzare la sua arte. E quindi la comunicazione, che è anche arte, diventa scienza, perché solo conoscendo a fondo le sue componenti più elementari si può esprimere sé stessi. A seguire, lezione sui gesti più comuni della Lingua dei Segni.
Alle ore 10.30
Durata 45’
Lab 1 – Piano Terra Corporea
Per tutti
A cura di: Scuola CounseLis, con le intepreti LIS, Dott.sse Adriana Miccio e Valentina Di Leva.

Arte contemporanea per tutti! 
Visita guidata alle opere di arte contemporanea presenti negli spazi pubblici di Città della Scienza!
Alle ore 9.15 – 11.30 – 14.00 – 15.30
Durata 30’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso della Mostra Corporea

Dipingere con l’aria
Laboratorio di pittura a soffio per comporre “quadri” coloratissimi e dal risultato imprevedibile: “modula” il soffio per produrre schizzi di colore e prova a formare disegni di senso compiuto!
Alle ore 10.30- 12.30 – 15.00 -16.30
Durata 30’
Insetti Lab1 in Mostra Insetti&Co.
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea o Mare fino a esaurimento posti
Per bambini dai 5 anni in su (massimo 20 bambini a turno)

Faccia da Picasso
Alla scoperta del viso, delle emozioni che può lasciar trasparire, dell’espressività…ma come farebbe Picasso! Risate assicurate!
Alle ore 9.30 – 11.30 – 14.30
Durata 45’
Piano terra Corporea
Prenotazioni e partenza dall’ingresso Corporea fino ad esaurimento posti
Per bambini dai 6 anni in su (massimo 25 persone a turno)

Disegno naturalistico
Osservare la natura che ci circonda è senz’altro bello, ma essere in grado di riprodurla su carta con le matite colorate lo è ancor di più. In compagnia di un esperto, apprendi i segreti, le curiosità e le tecniche per riprodurre in maniera più fedele possibile la bellezza della natura.
Alle ore 10.30 – 12.30- 15.30
Durata 45’
Piano terra Corporea
Prenotazioni e partenza dall’ingresso Corporea fino ad esaurimento posti
Per bambini dai 6 anni in su (massimo 25 persone a turno)

DOMENICA 29 APRILE

Show Planetario 3D “Robot explorers”
Sonde, lander, orbiter e satelliti: i robot esploratori vi porteranno alla scoperta del nostro Sistema Solare!
Alle ore 10.15 –11.00 – 11.45 – 12.30 – 13.15 – 14.00 –15.15- 16.00- 16.45
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario

Visite guidate alla mostra Corporea
Alle ore 10.15 – 11.15 – 12.15 –14.15 – 15.15 – 16.15 – 17.15
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso della Mostra Corporea

Insetti&CO
In anteprima, non perdere la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, il nuovo spazio espositivo per i più piccoli dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo…
Alle ore 10.15 – 11.15 –12.15 – 13.15 – 15.15 –16.15 – 17.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visita guidata alla Mostra Il Mare – Ecosistemi marini
Visita la Mostra dedicata al Mare completamente rinnovata! Scopri quali nuovi pesci, molluschi e crostacei abitano le nostre vasche. Durante la visita, avrai la possibilità di accarezzare alcuni organismi marini vivi nella nostra Touch pool. Che emozione!
Alle ore 10.00 – 11.00– 14.00 – 15.00– 17.00
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Inventa i tuoi animali marini
Inventa coloratissimi pesci e poi, come per magia, farle comparire e nuotare in un grande acquario virtuale.
Alle ore 12.00 – 16.00
Durata 30’
Prenotazioni e partenza in infopoint Corporea o Mare (massimo 25 bambini per turno)
Per bambini dai 6 ai 12 anni

Dario Di Franco | The drone experience
Un nuovo modo di concepire e fare arte nel contemporaneo in cui il drone diventa tramite tra il pensiero e l’azione dell’artista! Una performance live di pittura con i droni e l’esposizione delle prime opere al mondo realizzate con questa tecnica!
Alle ore 11.00 – 13.00
Durata 20’
Arena
Per tutti

Mostra di opere d’arte realizzate con la Drone Experience
Esposizione delle prime opere al mondo realizzate con questa tecnica.
Dalle ore 9.30 alle 17.00
Per tutti
Di Dario Di Franco

Mostra nell’ambito del progetto “Art&Science across Italy”
Esposizione degli elaborati artistici vincitori del progetto “Art&Science across Italy”. Gli elaborati, prodotti da studenti delle classi del triennio delle scuole superiori italiane, sono ispirati alle informazioni e alle suggestioni derivate dall’esperienza vissuta in un laboratorio di fisica dell’Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare e del CERN.
Dalle ore 9.30 alle 17.00
Sol Lewitt
Per tutti
A cura di: dell’Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare e del CERN

Arte contemporanea per tutti!
Visita guidata alle opere di arte contemporanea presenti negli spazi pubblici a Città della Scienza!
Alle ore 10.15 – 12.00- 14.30 – 16.30
Durata 30’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso della Mostra Corporea

Dipingere con l’aria
Laboratorio di pittura a soffio per comporre “quadri” coloratissimi e dal risultato imprevedibile: “modula” il soffio per produrre schizzi di colore e prova a formare disegni di senso compiuto!
Alle ore 11.15– 14.00- 16.00
Durata 30’
Insetti Lab1 in Mostra Insetti&Co.
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea o Mare fino a esaurimento posti
Per bambini dai 5 anni in su (massimo 20 bambini a turno)

Riga e compasso, altro che pennello!
Kandiskij, Klee, Mondrian, Picasso e tanti altri pittori usavano cerchi, triangoli, quadrati, rette, rombi, rettangoli, trapezi e tanto altro ancora! Per loro queste forme erano in grado di comunicare,
quasi come se fossero esseri viventi. Attraverso le figure geometriche, esprimevano i propri sentimenti più profondi. Ecco a voi i loro quadri e adesso insieme andiamo ad analizzare le numerose forme che ci vivono all’interno! Dopo aver osservato i quadri ci metteremo
nei panni degli artisti e cercheremo di riprodurre le forme della geometria!
Alle ore 10.15 – 12.00- 15.00 – 17.00
Durata 45’
Insetti Lab2 in Mostra Insetti&Co.
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea o Mare fino a esaurimento posti
Per bambini dai 6 ai 10 anni in su (massimo 20 bambini a turno)

Natura, pennelli e colori: quando l’arte incontra la biologia
Approfondimento scientifico sulla storia del disegno naturalistico, ne vedrete di tutti i colori!
Alle ore 11.00 – 13.00 – 15.30 – 17.30
Durata 30’
Lab 1 – piano terra Corporea
Per tutti

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Reduce, Reuse and Recycle: 3R to live GREEN – April 25 at Città della Scienza

Spesso si sente parlare delle 3R in materia di rifiuti, ma cosa rappresentano davvero?
Il concetto espresso dalle 3R è quello di utilizzare quantitativi minori di  materiale, utilizzare più volte uno stesso oggetto fino a che sia possibile farlo, gettare via ciò che è infine inutilizzabile differenziando i vari materiali che lo compongono. Quindi Riduci, Riusa, Ricicla!
Se queste semplici indicazioni venissero messe in pratica dalla maggioranza degli abitanti del nostro Pianeta sarebbero sufficienti da sole ad apportare cambiamenti di enorme portata. Pensate ad una vostra borsa della spesa piena: quanta carta e plastica, che finiranno direttamente tra i rifiuti, ci trovate all’interno? Se noi consumatori cominciassimo in massa a non comprare più tutti quegli articoli avvolti da imballi e sovraimballi cosa succederebbe?  Quanto ci metterebbero i grandi gruppi industriali a fiutare la nuova tendenza e a rivedere i propri prodotti e il loro packaging? Quanti milioni di tonnellate in meno di rifiuti galleggerebbero negli oceani se riuscissimo ad utilizzare più materiali riciclabili e/o biodegradabili piuttosto che la plastica e a ridurre gli sprechi? La risposta a queste domande vi aspetta a Città della Scienza volutamente nel giorno della liberazione, il 25 aprile 2018!

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Ospite speciale di questa giornata sarà ASIA Napoli S.p.A, che, in maniera divertente e interessante, ci farà capire l’importanza della raccolta differenziata e di una buona educazione ambientale e civica come forma di rispetto e protezione del proprio territorio.
Con il termine tinkering si definisce un tipo di gioco creativo molto interessante, tra l’esperimento scientifico, la tecnologia e…. il riciclo! Esplora le conoscenze tecnologiche e scientifiche e stimola la tua creatività con “Piccoli inventori crescono…”.
Latte, carta e tappi da buttare? Niente paura! Con il laboratorio “Riciclo creativo”, prova a ridare vita ad oggetti vecchi. Le soddisfazioni non mancheranno.
“Il riciclo dell’acqua”: nelle nostre case l’acqua potabile non manca: basta aprire i rubinetti e sgorga abbondante! Purtroppo non in tutte le parti del mondo questo è possibile. E allora…depurare l’acqua con metodi green? Oggi si può! Scopri quali e quanti sono questi metodi e come funziona un impianto di depurazione dell’acqua.
E infine, scopri quanto tempo impiegano a degradarsi i più comuni oggetti di uso quotidiano. Non saranno sempre solo piacevoli sorprese.  Non perdere l’attività “Un mondo di plastica”.
Nuovamente visitabile la Mostra dedicata al Mare! Scopri quali nuovi pesci, molluschi e crostacei abitano le nostre vasche seguendo la visita guidata Ecosistemi marini”. Durante la visita, avrai la possibilità di accarezzare alcuni organismi marini vivi nella nostra Touch pool. Che emozione!
Ti sei mai chiesto dove vanno a finire i rifiuti? Tutte le strade conducono al mare, ricettore finale di tutti i rifiuti. Purtroppo, però, la maggior parte di essi non sono biodegradabili e si accumulano, generando gorghi destinati ad accrescersi sempre più in un vortice di spazzatura senza fine. Quali le conseguenze sugli ecosistemi e sugli animali? Scoprilo seguendo l’approfondimento Un oceano di rifiuti”.
E allora consapevoli di tutto ciò tutti uniti contro la plastica! Ogni anno oltre 8 milioni di tonnellate di plastica finiscono nell’oceano. Indistruttibile e non eliminabile, la plastica ha invaso la catena alimentare marittima. Grazie al contributo della Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival e della Fondazione Plastic Oceans, Città della Scienza propone un documentario  per incrementare in ciascuno di noi la consapevolezza che la plastica è una minaccia per la salute umana. Fermati a riflettere guardando il documentario “A plastic ocean”.
Per i più piccoli, “Inventa i tuoi animali marini”, un laboratorio dove potrai colorare sagome di pesci, inventandoti nuove specie, e poi, come per “magia”, farle comparire e nuotare in un grande acquario virtuale.
Non perdere la visita guidata a Insetti&CO”, il nuovo spazio espositivo dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo. Per ogni uomo della Terra ci sono oltre 150 milioni di insetti. “I giganti a sei zampe” hanno conquistato quasi tutti gli habitat del nostro pianeta…. è il momento di cominciare a conoscerli meglio. Scopri tutti i segreti che li hanno resi così vincenti in un percorso articolato in sei isole tematiche, l’una più coinvolgente dell’altra!
Oltre alle visite guidate a Corporea, il primo museo interattivo sul Corpo Umano in Italia, segui, solo per questo weekend, ritorna a grande richiesta il 3D “Robot Explorers” per viaggiare insieme a sonde, lander e orbiter all’interno del nostro sistema solare.
Vieni a scoprire il ricco programma!
Vi aspettiamo in tanti!

SABATO 25 APRILE

Show Planetario 3D “Robot explorers”
Sonde, lander, orbiter e satelliti: i robot esploratori vi porteranno alla scoperta del nostro Sistema Solare!
Alle ore 10.15 – 11.00 – 11.45 – 12.30 – 13.15 – 14.00 –15.15- 16.00- 16.45
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario

Visite guidate alla mostra Corporea
Alle ore 10.15 – 11.15 – 12.15 –14.15 – 15.15 – 16.15 – 17.15
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso della Mostra Corporea

Insetti&CO 
In anteprima, non perdere la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, il nuovo spazio espositivo per i più piccoli dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo…
Alle ore 10.15 – 11.15 –12.15 – 13.15 – 15.15 –16.15 – 17.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visita guidata alla Mostra Il Mare – Ecosistemi marini 
Visita la Mostra dedicata al Mare completamente rinnovata! Scopri quali nuovi pesci, molluschi e crostacei abitano le nostre vasche. Durante la visita, avrai la possibilità di accarezzare alcuni organismi marini vivi nella nostra Touch pool. Che emozione!
Alle ore 10.00 – 11.00– 14.00 – 15.00– 17.00
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Un oceano di rifiuti… 
Ti sei mai chiesto dove vanno a finire i rifiuti? Tutte le strade conducono al mare, ricettore finale di tutti i rifiuti. Purtroppo, però, la maggior parte di essi non sono biodegradabili e si accumulano, generando gorghi destinati ad accrescersi sempre più in un vortice di spazzatura senza fine. Quali le conseguenze sugli ecosistemi e sugli animali? Scoprilo!
Approfondimento durante la visita guidata alla Mostra “Il Mare” – Sezione Ecosistemi Marini

A Plastic Ocean
Ogni anno oltre 8 milioni di tonnellate di plastica finiscono nell’oceano. Indistruttibile e non eliminabile, la plastica ha invaso la catena alimentare marittima. Un documentario per aumentare la consapevolezza che la plastica è una minaccia per la salute umana.
Postazione Assaggi di Scienza – Mostra Il Mare
Dalle ore 10 alle ore 18
Per tutti
A cura di: Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival e Plastic Oceans Foundation

Inventa i tuoi animali marini 
Inventa coloratissimi pesci e poi, come per magia, farle comparire e nuotare in un grande acquario virtuale.
Alle ore 12.00 – 16.00
Durata 30’
Prenotazioni e partenza in infopoint Corporea o Mare (massimo 25 bambini per turno)
Per bambini dai 6 ai 12 anni

La Raccolta Differenziata a Napoli
Dall’emergenza rifiuti alla raccolta differenziata ai fini del recupero e del riciclo. Le Regole della differenziazione, le attrezzature dedicate ed i centri di recupero. Dall’organizzazione del servizio operativo, alle attività di comunicazione ed informazione. I progetti educativi presso gli istituti scolastici ed il Parco Ecologico Cittadino sulle energie rinnovabili ed il riciclo.
Alle ore 10.30 – 11.30 – 12.30 – 14.30 – 15.30 – 16.30
Durata 30’
Lab 1 – Piano terra Corporea
Prenotazioni e partenza in infopoint Corporea o Mare (massimo 25 bambini per turno)
Per bambini dai 7 anni in su
A cura di: ASIA Napoli S.p.A – con il Dott. Vincenzo Russo

Piccoli inventori crescono…
Con il termine tinkering si definisce un tipo di gioco creativo molto interessante, tra l’esperimento scientifico, la tecnologia e…. il riciclo. Esplora le conoscenze tecnologiche e scientifiche e stimola la tua creatività!
Alle ore 10.15 – 12.45- 17.15
Durata 45’
FabLab dei piccoli
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea o Mare fino a esaurimento posti
Per bambini dai 7 anni in su (max 15 bambini per turno)

Riciclo creativo
Latte, carta e tappi da buttare? Niente paura! Con il laboratorio di riciclo creativo, prova a ridare vita ad oggetti vecchi, che soddisfazione!
Alle ore 11.30– 15.00- 16.00
Durata 45’
Piano terra Corporea
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea o Mare fino a esaurimento posti
Per bambini dai 5 anni in su (max 15 bambini per gruppo)

Il “riciclo” dell’acqua
Nelle nostre case l’acqua potabile non manca: basta aprire i rubinetti e sgorga abbondante! Purtroppo non in tutte le parti del mondo questo è possibile. E allora…depurare l’acqua con metodi green? Oggi si può! Scopri quali e quanti sono questi metodi e come funziona un impianto di depurazione dell’acqua.
Alle ore 11.45 – 13.45 – 15.45
Durata 30’
InsettiLab 1 – Mostra Insetti &Co.
Per tutti

Un mondo di plastica
Laboratorio scientifico sulla vita della plastica. Scopri quanto tempo impiegano a degradarsi i più comuni oggetti di uso quotidiano. Non saranno solo piacevoli le sorprese…
Alle ore 11.00 – 13.00 – 14.00
Lab 2 – Piano terra Corporea
Durata 30’
Per tutti

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Adulti € 10,00
Ridotto bambini e ragazzi (3-17 anni) e over 65 € 7,00

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Ingresso unico adulti e bambini € 5,00

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Ridotto bambini e ragazzi (3-17 anni) e over 65 € 10,00

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Family: where life begins – May, 12 and 13 at Città della Scienza

KID PASS DAYS – World Family Day

Becoming a scientist, find a hidden treasure into the garden, experimenting with the art of pottery, or learning to build and let a kit fly high…

Every child dreams of fantastic and compelling adventures in the company of his family and maybe parents too! So come and visit us during the weekend of 12 and 13 May 2018!
As usual  Città della Scienza will participate in the fourth edition of Kid Pass Days, the most important Italian marathon of family-friendly activities and events dedicated to children from 0 to 12 years. A rich program of events, laboratories, scientific demonstrations, activities all dedicated to the family because sharing time with those you love, learning and having fun is the most precious thing.

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Having fun with your family is important as well as thinking about important topic such as organ donation. In fact, to save life, you do not need superpowers … just a signature is enough. As part of the “Partenope Dona 2 ° Edizione” project, the information point “Donating the organs: a hero’s choice will allow you to discover how organ donations work and adhere to the donation by filling out a simple form. What are you waiting for? Choose Life!

How to describe the human body if not comparing it to a machine? Just as in any machinery every gear works in function of all the others, in our body every cell, every nerve and every organ works to make the whole machine efficient. But how is the human body structured? Where are the vital organs located? And what are the connections between the various bodies? Participate in – “Localization” and “language” of the organs – and learn to understand the most important signals that our body sends to us every day.
How much do you know about blood groups? With “AB-Zero-AB blood”, test dummy blood samples (synthetic), evaluate reactivity against anti-A, anti-B and anti-Rh sera and discover the different types of cells that populate human blood . 
Concerning the theme of donations, “Donate the organs, give life …”: what does it mean to donate an organ? How you do it? Why is it necessary to do it? Discover the answer to these and many other questions and create an organ-gadget to donate! A “small” gesture changes your life!
A rich program of workshops awaits you on this family weekend:
Are you keen on kites? Have you ever built one? Try it together with your parents by participating in the workshop “Family kite”: and feel the extraordinary emotion from seeing fly onethat you have built with your own hands ! And staying with the theme “parents and children”, integrating the new technologies with good dexterity discover together with your parents “Nintendo Labo“: turn a simple piece of cardboard into something different, a motorcycle, a fishing rod, a plane or whatever you image! Then, add a  Nintendo Switch console to bring them to life and enjoyment is guaranteed! Win a race, catch a fish, play … With Nintendo Labo, everyone can experience the joy of mounting, playing and discovering. Have fun watching the workings of your creations: you could even invent new ways to play with Toy-Con!
At the start of the weekends dedicated to Natura 2000, the main tool of the European Union policy for the conservation of biodiversity! It is an ecological network spread throughout the Union to ensure the long-term maintenance of natural habitats and threatened or rare species of flora and fauna at Community level. A series of activities will take place in Città della Scienza to talk, introduce and celebrate Natura 2000 Day!

Per celebrare le giornate dedicate al progetto Natura 2000, verrà ospitata Sabato la presentazione della mostra fotografica “Variconi – La Terra dei Tramonti di Fuoco”, a cura di Ente Riserve Naturali Regionali Foce Volturno/Costa Licola e Lago Falciano; Istituto di Gestione della Fauna e Regione Campania – UOD Gestione Risorse Naturali Aree Protette.
Da sabato 12 maggio e fino al 27 Maggio, potrai ammirare le fotografie della mostra “Variconi – La Terra dei Tramonti di Fuoco”, un resoconto fatto di immagini suggestive sui Variconi, una zona umida di importanza internazionale inclusa tra le aree protette dalla convenzione di Ramsar e tra i siti Natura 2000. Attraverso le fotografie di Gabriele De Filippo, osserveremo, da una prospettiva privilegiata, di occhi che vivono e amano quei luoghi, le contraddizioni tra il degrado socio economico del territorio e la voglia di riscatto da parte della natura e dell’uomo in quelle zone.

Nuovamente visitabile la Mostra dedicata al Mare! Scopri quali nuovi pesci, molluschi e crostacei abitano le nostre vasche seguendo la visita guidata “Ecosistemi marini”. Durante la visita, avrai la possibilità di accarezzare alcuni organismi marini vivi nella nostra Touch pool. Che emozione! Per i più piccoli, “Inventa i tuoi animali marini”,un laboratorio dove potrai colorare sagome di pesci, inventandoti nuove specie, e poi, come per “magia”, farle comparire e nuotare in un grande acquario virtuale.
Non perdere la visita guidata a Insetti&CO”, il nuovo spazio espositivo dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo. Per ogni uomo della Terra ci sono oltre 150 milioni di insetti. “I giganti a sei zampe” hanno conquistato quasi tutti gli habitat del nostro pianeta…. è il momento di cominciare a conoscerli meglio. Scopri tutti i segreti che li hanno resi così vincenti in un percorso articolato in sei isole tematiche, l’una più coinvolgente dell’altra! E ancora, solo per il weekend dedicato alla famiglia “Le cure parentali nel mondo degli insetti e non solo…”: avresti mai immaginato che tra gli insetti esistessero dei legami familiari fortissimi? Quando è giunta l’ora, il piccolo di insetto deve prendere la sua strada ma per un po’ di tempo, gode di una protezione esclusiva e amorevole: questo e molto altro ancora sarà approfondito durante la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”.
Oltre alle visite guidate a Corporea, il primo museo interattivo sul Corpo Umano in Italia, l’approfondimento scientifico durante la visita guidata alla Mostra Corporea Dall’origine ai primi mesi di vita” per capire come e perché cambia il corpo di una donna durante i 9 mesi di gravidanza.
Ritorna, infine, a grande richiesta il 3D “Robot Explorers” per viaggiare insieme a sonde, lander e orbiter all’interno del nostro sistema solare.
Vieni a scoprire il ricco programma!
Vi aspettiamo in tanti!

SABATO 12 MAGGIO

Show Planetario 3D “Robot explorers” 
Sonde, lander, orbiter e satelliti: i robot esploratori vi porteranno alla scoperta del nostro Sistema Solare!
Alle ore 9.15 – 10.00 – 10.45 – 11.30 – 12.15 – 13.00 – 14.15 – 15.00 – 15.45
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario

Visite guidate alla mostra Corporea 
Alle ore 9.15 – 10.15 – 11.15 – 12.15 – 14.15 – 15.15 -16.15
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Corporea

Dall’origine ai primi mesi di vita 
Cosa comporta il concepimento e la nascita di un figlio? Come cambia il corpo della donna durante i 9 mesi?
Approfondimento scientifico durante la visita guidata alla mostra Corporea – Isola del Sistema Riproduttivo.

Insetti&CO 
Non perdere la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, il nuovo spazio espositivo per i più piccoli dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo…
Alle ore 9.15 – 10.15 – 11.15 – 12.15 – 13.15 -15.15 – 16.15
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare

Le cure parentali nel mondo degli insetti e non solo…
Avresti mai immaginato che tra gli insetti esistessero dei legami familiari fortissimi? Quando è giunta l’ora, il piccolo di insetto deve prendere la sua strada ma per un po’ di tempo, gode di una protezione esclusiva e amorevole…
Approfondimento scientifico durante la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”.

Visita guidata alla Mostra Il Mare – Ecosistemi marini
Visita la Mostra dedicata al Mare completamente rinnovata! Scopri quali nuovi pesci, molluschi e crostacei abitano le nostre vasche. Durante la visita, avrai la possibilità di accarezzare alcuni organismi marini vivi nella nostra Touch pool. Che emozione!
Alle ore 9.15 – 10.00 – 11.00– 14.00 – 15.00
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare

Inventa i tuoi animali marini 
Inventa coloratissimi pesci e poi, come per magia, falle comparire e nuotare in un grande acquario virtuale.
Alle ore 12.00 – 16.00
Durata 30’
Per bambini dai 6 ai 12 anni
Prenotazioni e partenza in infopoint Corporea o Mare (massimo 25 bambini per turno)

“Localizzazione” e “linguaggio” degli organi
Come descrivere il corpo umano se non paragonandolo ad una macchina? Così, come in un qualsiasi macchinario, ogni ingranaggio lavora in funzione di tutti gli altri, nel nostro corpo ogni cellula, ogni nervo e ogni organo lavora per rendere efficiente la macchina nella sua totalità. Ma com’è strutturato il corpo umano? Dove si trovano gli organi vitali? E quali sono i collegamenti tra i vari organi? Anche se ci può sembrare strano, il nostro corpo “ci parla”. Le malattie ed i sintomi altro non sono che messaggi inviati dal corpo: a ciascuno di noi è assegnato il compito di comprenderne intuitivamente il linguaggio. Scopri come siamo fatti, la nostra forma e la nostra struttura e posiziona gli organi al posto giusto!
Dalle ore 9.30 alle 13.00 e dalle 14.30 alle 17.00
Lab 2- Piano Terra Corporea
Per bambini dagli 8 anni in su
A cura di: Centro Regionale Trapianti Campania- AORN Cardarelli

Il sangue A-B-Zero-AB 
Il sangue è un tessuto fluido che trasporta sostanze nutritive, gas, ormoni, prodotti di rifiuto e anche cellule specializzate che difendono i tessuti periferici da infezioni e malattie. Ognuno di noi appartiene a un gruppo sanguigno (A, B, 0, AB, Rh+, Rh-) in base alla presenza o all’assenza ereditaria di sostanze (antigeni) che si trovano sulla superficie dei globuli rossi. Testa i campioni di sangue fittizio (sintetico), valutando la reattività nei confronti di sieri anti-A, anti-B e anti-Rh e scopri le diverse tipologie di cellule che popolano il sangue umano. osservando uno striscio di sangue al microscopio.
Dalle ore 9.30 alle 14.00 e dalle 15.30 alle 17.00
Lab 3 – Secondo Piano Corporea
Per bambini dagli 8 anni in su
A cura di: Centro Regionale Trapianti Campania- AORN Cardarelli

Donare gli organi: una scelta da eroi (CENTRO REGIONALE TRAPIANTI)
Per salvare la vita non servono superpoteri…basta una firma. Scopri come funzionano le donazioni degli organi e aderisci compilando un semplice modulo. Scegli la vita! Postazione per la raccolta delle adesioni alla donazione degli organi.
Dalle ore 9.30 alle 17.00
Lab 1 – Piano Terra Corporea
A cura di: Centro Regionale Trapianti Campania- AORN Cardarelli

Dona gli organi, dona la vita… 
Cosa significa donare un organo? Come si fa? Perché è necessario farlo? Scopri la risposta a queste e tante altre domande e crea un organo-gadget da donare! Un “piccolo” gesto ti cambia la vita!
Dalle ore 9.30 alle 12.30 e dalle 14.00 alle 17.00
Lab 1 – Piano Terra Corporea
Per bambini dai 6 anni in su
A cura di: Centro Regionale Trapianti Campania- AORN Cardarelli

loghi crt e partenope II

L’aquilone “di famiglia” 
Hai mai costruito e giocato con un aquilone? La sensazione che se ne ricava nel vederne volare uno che hai fatto con le tue mani è straordinaria. Insieme ai tuoi genitori, costruisci e fai volare il tuo aquilone personalizzato e scopri la scienza che si cela dietro questo straordinario oggetto!
Alle ore 11.30
Durata 60’
Insetti Lab1 in Mostra Insetti&Co.
Per bambini dai 7 anni in su
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea o Mare (massimo 15 persone a turno)

Nintendo Labo 
Con Nintendo Labo e insieme ai tuoi genitori, prova la gioia di montare, giocare e scoprire. Divertiti ad osservare il funzionamento delle tue creazioni: potresti perfino inventare nuovi modi di giocare con i Toy-Con!
Alle ore 13.00 – 15.30
Durata 60’
Insetti Lab1 in Mostra Insetti&Co.
Per bambini dai 6 anni in su
Prenotazioni e partenza in infopoint Corporea o Mare (massimo 12 bambini per turno)

Parla con BIT!
E’ tornata la nostra mascotte! La più amata da tutti i bambini! BIT! Vieni a trovarlo e conoscerlo! Avrà tanti racconti da farti…
Alle ore 12.00 – 14.00 – 16.30
Durata 30’
Insetti Lab1 in Mostra Insetti&Co.
Per bambini dai 6 anni in su

EVENTO NATURA 2000
Presentazione della mostra fotografica “Variconi – La Terra dei Tramonti di Fuoco”. Intervengono Dott. Usai, Dott.ssa Marmo, Dott. Russo, Dott. Strumia, Dott. de Filippo.
Alle ore 11.30
In Sala Sol Lewitt – FabLab
A cura di: Ente Riserve Naturali Regionali Foce Volturno/Costa Licola e Lago Falciano; Istituto di Gestione della Fauna, Regione Campania – UOD Gestione Risorse Naturali Aree Protette.

Mostra fotografica “Variconi – La Terra dei Tramonti di Fuoco”
ll territorio tra le provincie di Napoli e Caserta è caratterizzato da importanti problemi di ordine sociale ed economico. In questo contesto, di apparente degrado generalizzato, sopravvivono ancora biotopi di eccezionale valore naturale, come alla foce del Fiume Volturno, dove si estendono i “Variconi” una zona umida di importanza internazionale inclusa tra le aree protette dalla convenzione di Ramsar e tra i siti Natura 2000. La mostra seleziona alcune delle fotografie di un progetto che vuole testimoniare la contraddizione tra il degrado socio economico del territorio e la voglia di riscatto da parte della natura e dell’uomo. Il titolo “Terra dei tramonti di fuoco” fa il verso all’appellativo di “Terra dei fuochi”, attributo dalla stampa a causa dei roghi appiccati alle discariche di rifiuti illegali e vuole evidenziare la grande possibilità di recupero del territorio, senza negare o nascondere le grandi problematiche da risolvere. Fotografie di Gabriele de Filippo.
In Modulo 23 – Ingresso Galleria Spazio Eventi
Dalle ore 9 alle ore 17
Per tutti
A cura di: Ente Riserve Naturali Regionali Foce Volturno/Costa Licola e Lago Falciano; Istituto di Gestione della Fauna, Regione Campania – UOD Gestione Risorse Naturali Aree Protette.

DOMENICA 13 MAGGIO

Show Planetario 3D “Robot explorers” 
Sonde, lander, orbiter e satelliti: i robot esploratori vi porteranno alla scoperta del nostro Sistema Solare!
Alle ore 10.15 – 11.00 – 11.45 – 12.30 – 13.15 – 14.00 –15.15- 16.00- 16.45
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario

Visite guidate alla mostra Corporea
Alle ore 10.15 – 11.15 – 12.15 –14.15 – 15.15 – 16.15 – 17.15
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Corporea

Dall’origine ai primi mesi di vita 
Cosa comporta il concepimento e la nascita di un figlio? Come cambia il corpo della donna durante i 9 mesi?
Approfondimento scientifico durante la visita guidata alla mostra “Corporea” – Sezione Sistema Riproduttivo.

Insetti&CO
In anteprima, non perdere la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, il nuovo spazio espositivo per i più piccoli dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo…
Alle ore 10.15 – 11.15 –12.15 – 13.15 – 15.15 –16.15 – 17.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Le cure parentali nel mondo degli insetti e non solo…
Avresti mai immaginato che tra gli insetti esistessero dei legami familiari fortissimi? Quando è giunta l’ora, il piccolo di insetto deve prendere la sua strada ma per un po’ di tempo, gode di una protezione esclusiva e amorevole…
Approfondimento scientifico durante la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”.

Visita guidata alla Mostra Il Mare – Ecosistemi marini
Visita la Mostra dedicata al Mare completamente rinnovata! Scopri quali nuovi pesci, molluschi e crostacei abitano le nostre vasche. Durante la visita, avrai la possibilità di accarezzare alcuni organismi marini vivi nella nostra Touch pool. Che emozione!
Alle ore 10.00 – 11.00– 14.00 – 15.00– 17.00
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Inventa i tuoi animali marini 
Inventa coloratissimi pesci e poi, come per magia, farle comparire e nuotare in un grande acquario virtuale.
Alle ore 12.00 – 16.00
Durata 30’
Prenotazioni e partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare o Corporea (massimo 25 bambini per turno)
Per bambini dai 6 ai 12 anni

Donare gli organi: una scelta da eroi 
Per salvare la vita non servono superpoteri…basta una firma. Scopri come funzionano le donazioni degli organi e aderisci compilando un semplice modulo. Scegli la vita! Postazione per la raccolta delle adesioni alla donazione degli organi.
Dalle ore 10.30 alle 18.00
Lab 1 – Piano Terra Corporea
A cura di: Centro Regionale Trapianti Campania- AORN Cardarelli

“Localizzazione” e “linguaggio” degli organi 
Come descrivere il corpo umano se non paragonandolo ad una macchina? Così come in un qualsiasi macchinario, ogni ingranaggio lavora in funzione di tutti gli altri, nel nostro corpo ogni cellula, ogni nervo e ogni organo lavora per rendere efficiente la macchina nella sua totalità. Ma com’è strutturato il corpo umano? Dove si trovano gli organi vitali? E quali sono i collegamenti tra i vari organi? Anche se ci può sembrare strano, il nostro corpo “ci parla”. Le malattie ed i sintomi altro non sono che messaggi inviati dal corpo; a ciascuno di noi è assegnato il compito di comprenderne intuitivamente il linguaggio. Scopri come siamo fatti, la nostra forma e la nostra struttura e posiziona gli organi al posto giusto!
Dalle ore 10.00 alle 14.00 e dalle 15.30 alle 18.00
Lab 2- Piano Terra Corporea
Per bambini dagli 8 anni in su
A cura di: Centro Regionale Trapianti Campania- AORN Cardarelli

Il sangue A-B-Zero-AB 
Il sangue è un tessuto fluido che trasporta sostanze nutritive, gas, ormoni, prodotti di rifiuto e anche cellule specializzate che difendono i tessuti periferici da infezioni e malattie. Ognuno di noi appartiene a un gruppo sanguigno (A, B, 0, AB, Rh+, Rh-) in base alla presenza o all’assenza ereditaria di sostanze (antigeni) che si trovano sulla superficie dei globuli rossi. Testa i campioni di sangue fittizio (sintetico), valutando la reattività nei confronti di sieri anti-A, anti-B e anti-Rh e scopri le diverse tipologie di cellule che popolano il sangue umano, osservando uno striscio di sangue al microscopio.
Dalle ore 10.00 alle 13.00 e dalle 14.30 alle 18.00
Lab 3 – Secondo Piano Corporea
Per bambini dagli 8 anni in su
A cura di: Centro Regionale Trapianti Campania- AORN Cardarelli

Dona gli organi, dona la vita… 
Cosa significa donare un organo? Come si fa? Perché è necessario farlo? Scopri la risposta a queste e tante altre domande e crea un organo-gadget da donare! Un “piccolo” gesto ti cambia la vita!
Dalle ore 10.00 alle 12.30 e dalle 14.00 alle 18.00
Lab 1 – Piano Terra Corporea
Per bambini dai 6 anni in su
A cura di: Centro Regionale Trapianti Campania- AORN Cardarelli

loghi crt e partenope II

L’aquilone “di famiglia” 
Hai mai costruito e giocato con un aquilone? La sensazione che se ne ricava nel vederne volare uno che hai fatto con le tue mani è straordinaria. Insieme ai tuoi genitori, costruisci e fai volare il tuo aquilone personalizzato e scopri la scienza che si cela dietro questo straordinario oggetto!
Alle ore 12.30
Durata 60’
Insetti Lab1 in Mostra Insetti&Co.
Per bambini dai 7 anni in su
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea o Mare (massimo 15 persone a turno)

Nintendo Labo
Con Nintendo Labo e insieme ai tuoi genitori, prova la gioia di montare, giocare e scoprire. Divertiti ad osservare il funzionamento delle tue creazioni: potresti perfino inventare nuovi modi di giocare con i Toy-Con!
Alle ore 15.00 – 16.30
Durata 60’
Insetti Lab1 in Mostra Insetti&Co.
Per bambini dai 6 anni in su
Prenotazioni e partenza in infopoint Corporea o Mare (massimo 15 bambini per turno)

Parla con BIT! 
E’ tornata la nostra mascotte! La più amata da tutti i bambini! BIT! Vieni a trovarlo e conoscerlo! Avrà tanti racconti da farti…
Alle ore 13.00 – 14.30 – 17.30
Durata 30’
Insetti Lab1 in Mostra Insetti&Co.
Per bambini dai 6 anni in su

Mostra fotografica “Variconi – La Terra dei Tramonti di Fuoco”
ll territorio tra le provincie di Napoli e Caserta è caratterizzato da importanti problemi di ordine sociale ed economico. In questo contesto, di apparente degrado generalizzato, sopravvivono ancora biotopi di eccezionale valore naturale, come alla foce del Fiume Volturno, dove si estendono i “Variconi” una zona umida di importanza internazionale inclusa tra le aree protette dalla convenzione di Ramsar e tra i siti Natura 2000. La mostra seleziona alcune delle fotografie di un progetto che vuole testimoniare la contraddizione tra il degrado socio economico del territorio e la voglia di riscatto da parte della natura e dell’uomo. Il titolo “Terra dei tramonti di fuoco” fa il verso all’appellativo di “Terra dei fuochi”, attributo dalla stampa a causa dei roghi appiccati alle discariche di rifiuti illegali e vuole evidenziare la grande possibilità di recupero del territorio, senza negare o nascondere le grandi problematiche da risolvere. Fotografie di Gabriele de Filippo.
In Modulo 23 – Ingresso Galleria Spazio Eventi
Dalle ore 10 alle ore 18
Per tutti
A cura di: Ente Riserve Naturali Regionali Foce Volturno, Costa Licola e Lago Falciano; Istituto di Gestione della Fauna, Regione Campania – UOD Gestione Risorse Naturali Aree Protette.

BIGLIETTERIA

SCIENCE CENTRE
Adulti € 10,00
Ridotto bambini e ragazzi (3-17 anni) e over 65 € 7,00

PLANETARIO
Ingresso unico adulti e bambini € 5,00

BIGLIETTO INTEGRATO SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARIO
Adulti € 13,00
Ridotto bambini e ragazzi (3-17 anni) e over 65 € 10,00

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Mission Earth! The Earth is one, unique and irreplaceable – April 21 and 22 at Città della Scienza

“Non è la terra che appartiene all’uomo, ma è l’uomo che appartiene alla terra”. Ricordiamolo nella giornata mondiale della Terra!
Nata come movimento universitario il 22 aprile 1970 per sottolineare la necessità della conservazione delle risorse naturali della Terra, nel tempo, la Giornata della Terra è divenuta un avvenimento educativo ed informativo. Città della Scienza non poteva non adeguarsi nelle celebrazioni a livello mondiale del nostro pianeta blu, programmando attività, laboratori, dimostrazioni scientifiche appassionanti e istruttivi per il nostro pubblico.
Andremo alla scoperta della bellezza ma al tempo stesso anche della fragilità del globo terrestre.

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Quando pensiamo alla Terra, la prima immagine che si forma nella nostra mente è un fiume di lava rossa, calda, incandescente che sgorga dalla bocca di cratere vulcanico. Vi siete mai soffermati a pensare al “linguaggio” dei vulcani?
I vulcani ci parlano e comunicano. Producono segnali che noi rileviamo e registriamo con diverse tecniche. Sta a noi comprenderli per conoscerne la struttura, il loro comportamento e la pericolosità. “Missione Terra! Cosa ci raccontano i vulcani!”: domenica 22 aprile, i ricercatori dell’Osservatorio Vesuviano, sezione di Napoli dell’Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV) forniranno informazioni sullo stato e sul monitoraggio dei vulcani napoletani. Sarà possibile capire come funziona l’acquisizione di un segnale sismico, misurare la temperatura di un corpo con la telecamera termica, studiare i minerali che si formano nella camera magmatica e in superficie attraverso osservazioni al microscopio, guardando immagini e filmati di eruzioni.
La Campania è una delle regioni d’Italia più complesse dal punto di vista geologico, inserita in un contesto geodinamico di grande varietà. La conoscenza del sottosuolo è fondamentale per conoscere l’origine e la localizzazione delle principali risorse e dei rischi che abbiamo “dentro casa”. Vieni a scoprire quali sono le rocce che compongono il sottosuolo della nostra regione toccandole con mano; avrai la possibilità di vedere dove le possiamo trovare e capire perché sono lì, grazie a un modello 3D dell’Appennino meridionale e a una simulazione analogica delle formazione di una catena montuosa. Inoltre, potrai scoprire dove si trova l’acqua che beviamo tutti i giorni e quali sono le insidie che il nostro territorio nasconde, con esperimenti che riprodurranno fenomeni quali frane ed alluvioni.
E tornando al tema vulcani, siete pronti ad un laboratorio esplosivo? “Esperienze… vulcaniche”  ti permetterà di realizzare il modellino di un vero vulcano e provocarne l’esplosione!
Il nostro Pianeta non è solo vulcani e fremiti violenti dei terremoti. Esiste, infatti, una risorsa semi-rinnovabile, che passa inosservata e spesso bistrattata: il suolo.
Il suolo è una risorsa di base, fondamentale per la vita sulla Terra. Dopo gli oceani, è la più grande riserva di carbonio del pianeta e un terzo di tutte le specie viventi si trova sotto la sua superficie. È un bene comune, purtroppo a rischio in molti paesi del mondo. Scopri la vita che si cela proprio sotto i nostri piedi nell’interessante dimostrazione “Il mondo sotto i nostri piedi”.
Abitanti piccoli, ma indispensabili del nostro suolo sono le formiche. Conosciamole più da vicino domenica 22 aprile, in compagnia di un esperto!
Ti è mai capitato di osservare un formicaio e ti sei chiesto cosa c’è sotto la superficie? Inserendo una colonia di formiche in un formicaio costruito da te, potrai avere una visione diretta di come questi insetti costruiscano intricati tunnel e sentieri, e come vi corrano attraverso come se avessero una missione da compiere. Non perderti il tutorial “Costruendo un formicaio” e annota le indicazioni per imparare a costruire un formicaio con materiali semplici!

Il suolo è anche il mezzo in cui affondano le radici delle piante. E parlando di piante  e  dell’importanza del verde, non perdere gli eventi del Napoli Bonsai Club “Suiseki. Lo spirito della montagna” e “Creare Iwagumi”, un gradito ritorno a Città della Scienza. Il suiseki è l’arte di simboleggiare fenomeni naturali attraverso una pietra di piccole dimensioni, naturale e non alterata dall’essere umano; vengono solitamente raccolti tra le montagne e nei fiumi, e si distinguono in pietre paesaggio (rappresentano scenari quali montagne, isole o laghi) e pietre oggetto (animali, persone, capanne, ecc). Vieni a scoprire tutto sui suiseki, partecipa al concorso e scopri come vincerne uno messo in palio dal Club.
La giornata mondiale della Terra è anche un messaggio di invito ad avere più cura del nostro pianeta che è, appunto, unico e insostituibile.
Il pianeta, infatti, rischia di essere ‘soffocato’ dalla plastica: entro il 2050 si aggiungeranno altri 33 miliardi di tonnellate di plastica, pari a una fila di camion per rifiuti lunga 800 volte la circonferenza della Terra. Il rischio di ‘soffocare’ l’ambiente può, secondo uno studio realizzato dai ricercatori dell’Università della California di Davis e pubblicato su Nature, essere ridotto notevolmente solo attraverso l’utilizzo di sostanze plastiche biodegradabili. Con “SOS Pianeta Terra” vieni a scoprire gli effetti negativi della plastica sull’ambiente e impara a “fabbricare” e utilizzare materiali plastici biodegradabili.
Non perdere “Combatti pulito” , un’interessante dimostrazione scientifica in cui scopriremo come sconfiggere il vastissimo esercito di parassiti che ogni anno attentano alle nostre colture in modo ecosostenibile, usando cioè metodi alternativi ai dannosi pesticidi.
Infine, completa la nostra offerta Nuovamente visitabile la Mostra dedicata al Mare! Scopri quali nuovi pesci, molluschi e crostacei abitano le nostre vasche seguendo la visita guidata “Ecosistemi marini”. Durante la visita, avrai la possibilità di accarezzare alcuni organismi marini vivi nella nostra Touch pool. Che emozione!
Per i più piccoli, “Inventa i tuoi animali marini”, un laboratorio dove potrai colorare sagome di pesci, inventandoti nuove specie, e poi, come per “magia”, farle comparire e nuotare in un grande acquario virtuale.
Non perdere la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, il nuovo spazio espositivo dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo. Per ogni uomo della Terra ci sono oltre 150 milioni di insetti. “I giganti a sei zampe” hanno conquistato quasi tutti gli habitat del nostro pianeta…. è il momento di cominciare a conoscerli meglio. Scopri tutti i segreti che li hanno resi così vincenti in un percorso articolato in sei isole tematiche, l’una più coinvolgente dell’altra!
Oltre alle visite guidate a Corporea, il primo museo interattivo sul Corpo Umano in Italia, ritorna a grande richiesta il 3D “Robot Explorers” per viaggiare insieme a sonde, lander e orbiter all’interno del nostro sistema solare.

SABATO 21 APRILE

Show Planetario 3D “Robot explorers”
Sonde, lander, orbiter e satelliti: i robot esploratori vi porteranno alla scoperta del nostro Sistema Solare!
Alle ore 9.15 – 10.00 – 10.45 – 11.30 – 12.15 – 13.00 – 14.15 – 15.00 – 15.45
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario

Visite guidate alla mostra Corporea
Alle ore 9.15 – 10.15 – 11.15 – 12.15 – 14.15 – 15.15 -16.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Corporea
Per tutti

Insetti&CO 
Non perdere la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, il nuovo spazio espositivo per i più piccoli dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo…
Alle ore 9.15 – 10.15 – 11.15 – 12.15 – 13.15 -15.15 – 16.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visita guidata alla Mostra Il Mare – Ecosistemi marini 
Visita la Mostra dedicata al Mare completamente rinnovata! Scopri quali nuovi pesci, molluschi e crostacei abitano le nostre vasche. Durante la visita, avrai la possibilità di accarezzare alcuni organismi marini vivi nella nostra Touch pool. Che emozione!
Alle ore 9.15 – 10.00 – 11.00– 14.00 – 15.00
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Inventa i tuoi animali marini 
Inventa coloratissimi pesci e poi, come per magia, farle comparire e nuotare in un grande acquario virtuale.
Alle ore 12.00 – 16.00
Durata 30’
Per bambini dai 6 ai 12 anni
Prenotazioni e partenza in infopoint Corporea o Mare (massimo 25 bambini per turno)

Suiseki. Lo spirito della montagna
Esposizione-concorso di suiseki ad opera dei soci del Napoli Bonsai Club. I visitatori potranno votare il più bel suiseki tra quelli esposti, partecipando contestualmente all’estrazione di un suiseki messo in palio dal Club.
Dalle ore 9.00 alle 17.00
Esterno mostra mare
Per tutti
A cura di: Napoli Bonsai Club

Creare Iwagumi
Workshop sull’arte di creare un Iwagumi, composizione Zen con rocce e muschio.
Alle ore 11.00 – 15.00
Esterno mostra mare
Per tutti
A cura di: Napoli Bonsai Club

La Terra sotto i nostri piedi: la sua storia, le sue risorse, i suoi pericoli
La Campania è una delle regioni d’Italia più complesse dal punto di vista geologico, inserita in un contesto geodinamico di grande varietà. La conoscenza del sottosuolo è fondamentale per conoscere l’origine e la localizzazione delle principali risorse e dei rischi che abbiamo “dentro casa. Vieni a scoprire quali sono le rocce che compongono il sottosuolo della nostra regione toccandole con mano; avrai la possibilità di vedere dove le possiamo trovare e capire perché sono lì, grazie a un modello 3D dell’Appennino meridionale e a una simulazione analogica delle formazione di una catena montuosa. Inoltre, potrai scoprire dove si trova l’acqua che beviamo tutti i giorni e quali sono le insidie che il nostro territorio nasconde, con esperimenti che riprodurranno fenomeni quali frane ed alluvioni.
Alle ore 10.00 – 11.00 -12.00 – 13.00 – 14.00
Durata’ 30
Insetti Lab2 in Mostra Insetti&Co.
Per tutti
A cura di: Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra dell’Ambiente e delle Risorse, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, e con prof. Alessandro Iannace, dr. Pierluigi Confuorto, dr. Mariano Di Napoli

SOS Pianeta Terra
Il pianeta rischia di essere ‘soffocato’ dalla plastica: entro il 2050 si aggiungeranno altri 33 miliardi di tonnellate di plastica, pari a una fila di camion per rifiuti lunga 800 volte la circonferenza della Terra. Vieni a scoprire gli effetti negativi della plastica sull’ambiente e impara a “fabbricare” e utilizzare materiali plastici biodegradabili.
Alle ore 9.15 – 11.30 – 14.30
Durata 45’
Insetti Lab2 in Mostra Insetti&Co.
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea o Mare fino a esaurimento posti
Per bambini dai 5 anni in su (Max 15 bambini a turno)

“Esperienze…vulcaniche” 
Ti piacerebbe partecipare ad un laboratorio “esplosivo”? Realizza il modellino di un vero vulcano e provocane l’esplosione!
Alle ore 10.15- 12.30 – 15.30
Durata 45’
Insetti Lab2 in Mostra Insetti&Co.
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea o Mare fino a esaurimento posti
Per bambini dai 6 anni in su (Max 15 bambini a turno)

Combatti pulito
Scopriamo come sconfiggere i parassiti delle colture di frutta e verdura senza utilizzare pesticidi nocivi, ma semplicemente utilizzando i loro antagonisti naturali.
Alle ore 11.00 – 13.00
Durata 45’
Lab 1 –piano terra Corporea
Per tutti
A cura di: Le Nuvole

DOMENICA 22 APRILE

Show Planetario 3D “Robot explorers”
Sonde, lander, orbiter e satelliti: i robot esploratori vi porteranno alla scoperta del nostro Sistema Solare!
Alle ore 10.15 –11.00 – 11.45 – 12.30 – 13.15 – 14.00 –15.15- 16.00- 16.45
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario

Visite guidate alla mostra Corporea 
Alle ore 10.15 – 11.15 – 12.15 –14.15 – 15.15 – 16.15 – 17.15
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso della Mostra Corporea

Insetti&CO 
In anteprima, non perdere la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, il nuovo spazio espositivo per i più piccoli dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo…
Alle ore 10.15 – 11.15 –12.15 – 13.15 – 15.15 –16.15 – 17.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visita guidata alla Mostra Il Mare – Ecosistemi marini 
Visita la Mostra dedicata al Mare completamente rinnovata! Scopri quali nuovi pesci, molluschi e crostacei abitano le nostre vasche. Durante la visita, avrai la possibilità di accarezzare alcuni organismi marini vivi nella nostra Touch pool. Che emozione!
Alle ore 10.00 – 11.00– 14.00 – 15.00– 17.00
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Inventa i tuoi animali marini 
Inventa coloratissimi pesci e poi, come per magia, farle comparire e nuotare in un grande acquario virtuale.
Alle ore 12.00 – 16.00
Durata 30’
Prenotazioni e partenza in infopoint Corporea o Mare (massimo 25 bambini per turno)
Per bambini dai 6 ai 12 anni

Missione Terra! Cosa ci raccontano i vulcani
I vulcani ci parlano, e comunicano. Producono segnali che noi rileviamo e registriamo con diverse tecniche. Sta a noi comprenderli per conoscere la struttura, il loro comportamento e la pericolosità. Nella postazione dell’Osservatorio Vesuviano – INGV ricercatori dell’istituto forniranno informazioni sullo stato e sul monitoraggio dei vulcani napoletani. Sarà possibile capire come funziona l’acquisizione di un segnale sismico con una stazione sismica, l’analisi della temperatura con l’utilizzo della telecamera termica, studiare i minerali che si formano nella camera magmatica e alla superficie con l’attività idrotermale attraverso osservazioni al microscopio, guardare immagini e filmati di eruzioni.
Dalle 10.00 alle 18.00
Postazione Assaggi di Scienza- Mostra Il Mare
Per tutti
A cura dell’Osservatorio Vesuviano – INGV. Saranno presenti: Pasquale Belviso, Elena Cubellis, Magda De Lucia, Flora Giudicepietro, Giovanni Macedonio, Massimo Russo, Fabio Sansivero, Vincenzo Torello

Suiseki. Lo spirito della montagna
Esposizione-concorso di suiseki ad opera dei soci del Napoli Bonsai Club. I visitatori potranno votare il più bel suiseki tra quelli esposti, partecipando contestualmente all’estrazione di un suiseki messo in palio dal Club.
Dalle ore 10.00 alle 18.00
Esterno mostra mare
Per tutti
A cura di: Napoli Bonsai Club

La Terra sotto i nostri piedi: la sua storia, le sue risorse, i suoi pericoli
La Campania è una delle regioni d’Italia più complesse dal punto di vista geologico, inserita in un contesto geodinamico di grande varietà. La conoscenza del sottosuolo è fondamentale per conoscere l’origine e la localizzazione delle principali risorse e dei rischi che abbiamo “dentro casa. Vieni a scoprire quali sono le rocce che compongono il sottosuolo della nostra regione toccandole con mano; avrai la possibilità di vedere dove le possiamo trovare e capire perché sono lì, grazie a un modello 3D dell’Appennino meridionale e a una simulazione analogica delle formazione di una catena montuosa. Inoltre, potrai scoprire dove si trova l’acqua che beviamo tutti i giorni e quali sono le insidie che il nostro territorio nasconde, con esperimenti che riprodurranno fenomeni quali frane ed alluvioni.
Alle ore 11.00 -12.00 – 13.00 – 14.00 – 17.00
Durata 30’
Insetti Lab2 in Mostra Insetti&Co.
Per tutti
A cura di: Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra dell’Ambiente e delle Risorse, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, e con prof. Alessandro Iannace, dr. Pierluigi Confuorto, dr. Mariano Di Napoli

SOS Pianeta Terra 
Il pianeta rischia di essere ‘soffocato’ dalla plastica: entro il 2050 si aggiungeranno altri 33 miliardi di tonnellate di plastica, pari a una fila di camion per rifiuti lunga 800 volte la circonferenza della Terra. Vieni a scoprire gli effetti negativi della plastica sull’ambiente e impara a “fabbricare” e utilizzare materiali plastici biodegradabili.
Alle ore 10.30 – 12.30- 15.30 – 17.15
Durata 45’
Insetti Lab2 in Mostra Insetti&Co.
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea e Mare fino a esaurimento posti
Per bambini dai 6 anni in su (Max 15 bambini a turno)

Il mondo sotto i nostri piedi 
Il suolo è una risorsa di base, fondamentale per la vita sulla Terra! Dopo gli oceani, è la più grande riserva di carbonio del pianeta e un terzo di tutte le specie viventi si trova sotto la sua superficie. È un bene comune, purtroppo a rischio in molti paesi del mondo. Scopri la vita che si cela proprio sotto i nostri piedi!
Alle ore 11.30 – 14.30 – 16.15
Durata 45’
Insetti Lab2 in Mostra Insetti&Co.
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea e Mare fino a esaurimento posti
Per tutti

Costruendo un formicaio
Ti è mai capitato di osservare un formicaio e ti sei chiesto cosa c’è sotto la superficie?
Questo tutorial ti offre delle indicazioni per imparare ad esplorare e costruire un formicaio con materiali semplici!
Alle ore 12.00
Durata 45’
Esterno Casa degli insetti
Per bambini dai 6 anni in su (Max 15 bambini a turno)

Combatti pulito
Scopriamo come sconfiggere i parassiti delle colture di frutta e verdura senza utilizzare pesticidi nocivi, ma semplicemente utilizzando i loro antagonisti naturali.
Alle ore 11.00 – 13.00
Durata 45’
Lab 1 – piano terra Corporea
Per tutti
A cura di: Le Nuvole

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To infinity and beyond…journey to the Space! April 14 and 15 at Città della Scienza

Man, since origins, has always been struck and fascinated by the vastness of the heaven and its secrets. It was his thirst for knowledge that pushed him to challenge gravity, the critical points in order to explore new space horizons more closely. On the occasion of the world day of human travel in space, which falls on April 12th, Città della Scienza, with the most beautiful 3D planetarium in Italy, organizes a weekend on the theme of space and space explorations. Many activities and scientific laboratories in the program will fascinate a wide public, because, after all, we are all made of “star dust”! 

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Special guest on Sunday April 15  will be Team Space4Life , a team of three  young Neapolitan science  students  who will illustrate the concept of the Radio – Shield experiment, winner of the Lab2Moon world competition, a competition born to create an experiment to be sent to the moon.
Only Sunday, April 15, at 11 and 11.45 am, a new fantastic activity awaits you at the Planetarium “Walking through the constellations“: a live show conducted by the U.A.N. (Unione Astrofili Napoletani) that will accompany us to discover the wonderful world of the constellations. The stars have always been the reference point for those who must orient themselves. Today, thanks to the most modern GPS technologies made available by the network, we know our position at any time and how to reach any place on planet Earth. But, once, without these technologies, how was one oriented? Thanks to the stars obviously! Today we will discover how we orient ourselves thanks to the stars and we will launch in the individuation of the Polar star and the other useful ones for “never lose the route”. And again, protagonists of this sensational show the most beloved spring constellations, in a journey through myths, curiosities, legends and scientific data. A walk through the stars, not to be missed.
Did you know that 100 years after the First Step of Man out of the Earth, there is a high possibility to  have a real Cislunar city composed of 10-12 sites (“neighborhoods”) located between the Earth’s orbit and the moon, with about 1000 inhabitants? At Città della Scienza the Center of Near Space awaits you with – Expansion of Humanity in Space: the CNS presents “OrbiTecture” and “Hyplane”.  And returning to the theme of the constellations, who has not enjoyed, at least once in their life, to try to recognize the constellations in the sky? And to unite the various stars, like dots on puzzle games, to try to bring out recognizable and familiar shapes? The constellations are much more than a set of stars: they are legends, myths and curiosities, able to enchant and fascinate young and old. Discover them in a fun laboratory and play your favorite constellation using recycled materials. Participate in  “Constellations of galaxies of energy“.
Microgravity is a particular condition that occurs on board space platforms in orbit around the earth. The microgravitational environment offers various opportunities for scientific investigation in many fields, including fluid physics, combustion, biology, life and materials sciences. With “Space Laboratories and Microgravity” discover what are the experiences in microgravity in different disciplines and on different platforms currently used for scientific research in microgravity. And again, the appointment with “The missile launcher“: did you know that in a paper airplane there is a lot more science than you imagine? Challenge your friends, building the airplane of the form you prefer and trying to launch it as far as possible! You will make it?


Space, astronomy have always been fields dominated by men, yet there are few astronauts women who have traveled in space and made their skills available! The most famous is Samantha Cristoforetti, the only Italian woman to have spent the longest stay in orbit in a single mission. In her honor, celebrating women in space, do not miss the workshop of building a “supergalactic rocket” in “AstroSamantha Cristoforetti: towards infinity and beyond …“. Are you a big fan of astronomy but unfortunately live in the city, where watching the sky is practically impossible, due to smog, light pollution or simply too many days of bad weather? No fear! Participating in the laboratory “Sky on the roof” you will have the opportunity to build a small “projector of constellations” and transform your room roof into a beautiful starry sky!

The starry sky has always represented for Man, since origins, a fascinating spectacle. Did you know that the stars are not randomly scattered in the Universe but grouped in colossal sets, clusters, or families called galaxies? With “Stardust” discover how many and which are the different types of galaxies, recognize the shapes and complete your spatial Lapbook! The exhibition dedicated to the sea can be visited again! Discover which new fish, molluscs and crustaceans live in our tanks following the guided tour “Marine Ecosystems“. During the visit, you will have the opportunity to caress some live marine organisms in our Touch pool. What an emotion! For the little ones, “Create marine animals“, a laboratory where you can color fish shapes, inventing new species, and then, as for “magic”, make them appear and swim in a large virtual aquarium.

Insetti & CO”, the new exhibition space dedicated to the spectacular world of insects and much more. For every man on Earth there are over 150 million insects. “The six-legged giants” have conquered almost all the habitats of our planet … it’s time to start getting to know them better. Discover all the secrets that have made them so successful in a route divided into six thematic islands, one more engaging than the other! In addition to guided tours to Corporea, the first interactive human body museum in Italy, just for this weekend, the 3D “Robot Explorers” returns to great demand to travel together with probes, landers and orbiters within our solar system. 
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Science sounds good

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Hearing is the first sense to be formed, just when we are three months. Its purpose is to transform sound waves from the external environment, and transforming them, in order to send them to the brain. It is there, in our brain, that the sounds will be codified and recognized. If we talk about sound waves, our mind immediately runs to music, the sweetest of melodies. But how many know that, in reality, music is physics: what we call musical note is a propagation of waves through the air. Music is also art: it has always accompanied our days and even our mood swings. How does it have a relaxing effect on our body or amplify our feelings of well-being / discomfort? Workshops, demonstrations, scientific activities on this “melodious” theme wait for you in Città della Scienza!

Special guest of this weekend dedicated to sound and hearing will be the National Association of deaf people, Section of Naples, at the presence of its president Elvira Sepe that through the workshop entitled “Me Deaf in a world of Sounds” and the workshop “Discovering the Language of Italian Signs” will take us on a journey into the world of deafness, between difficulty and potential.

The aim of the workshop is to introduce a new perspective on Deafness, understood not only in a medical but in a cultural and linguistic key. For this reason, starting from the common and daily difficulties experienced by the Deaf, the existing potentials and possible solutions to realize reciprocal inclusion will also be presented.

On the occasion of the weekend dedicated to the sound, we will also investigate the “colors” of the Sign Language, its richness but also the possibilities of our body to perceive rhythms and sounds not only through hearing, in an involving laboratory open to all.

Are you passionate about electronic music? On Saturday April 7th, “Elements of electronic music” workshop waits for you! Unleash your creativity and try to compose a piece of electronic music using the “LIVE” software from Ableton.

 With Makey makey, however, you can transform, thanks to a nice kit, anything in a computer keyboard … this time the bananas become keys of a piano … Come and try this amazing laboratory!

Did you know that creating musical tools with recycled materials sensitizes and empowers children, contributing to the development of their manual skills? In this way, the child, not only approaches music and socializes (playing) with his peers, but shakes off the passive attitude with which he usually sails in the tide of objects that surround him, to recover and develop fantasy, curiosity, creativity and spirit of observation. “tambur battente” is the green workshop for you! Using poor, natural and recovery materials it is possible to build a large number of musical instruments.

In the laboratory “Pan flute” we will discover the physics that lies behind the whole of a straw, very simple instrument in appearance, which offers us to explore some fundamental things of the propagation of sound waves in the middle “air”. We will try to build a simple wind instruments made only with straws.

What’s more fun to understand physics topics like sound waves through a series of engaging experiments? Watch the sound, watch the propagation in the water, experience the effects of the voice and the echo yourself and reveal the “crazy” scientist who is in the “Experimenting with the … sound!” activity.

Our body? It is the first instrument producing sound … With “Body percussion” let’s discover the sound potential of our body and the characteristics of sound. A laboratory not to be missed!

The exhibition dedicated to the sea can be visited again! Discover which new fish, molluscs and crustaceans live in our tanks follow the guided tour “Marine ecosystems”. During the visit, you will have the opportunity to touch some marine organisms in our Touch pool!

And again, do not miss the insight “A journey through instrumental and biological sonar” for action the acidity of acoustics to the marine world.

For the little ones, “Invent your marine animals”, a laboratory where you can color fish shapes, inventing new species, and then, as for “magic”, make them appear and swim in a large virtual aquarium.

Do not miss the guided tour by “Insetti & CO”, the new exhibition space dedicated to the spectacular world of insects and more. For every man on Earth there are over 150 million bugs

The six-legged giants” have conquered almost all the habitats of our planet …. it’s time to start getting to know them better. Discover all the secrets that have made them so successful in a course divided into six thematic islands, one more engaging than the other!

In addition to the visits they lead a Corporea, the first interactive museum on the Human Body in Italy, follow the “Sounds and Noises of the Body” study for this weekend. Sgrunf, ronf, crock, etc., Muttering, burping, pratt. they are the noises of our body, and probably we say so, if there is no voice, discover the cause and the meaning. Fun is guaranteed!

The 3D “Robot Explorers” returns to great demand to travel together with a probe, lander and orbiter inside our solar system.

Come and discover the rich program!

We are waiting for you in many!

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EASTER: IT’S TIME FOR EGGS AND SURPRISES! March 31st, April 1st and 2nd at Città della Scienza

Around symbology, history and legends

Easter is now and spring has awakened and the desire to play outdoor! Did you know that the word Easter comes from the Hebrew word Pèsach, and means “Passage”? Egg is one of the most known symbols of Easter, how many know how old is the tradition of exchanging eggs as a good sign? As the symbol of life that is renewed, the egg was given when Easter coincided with the spring rites for fertility. Come at Città della Scienza, and discover traditions, curiosities, customs, legends on the first and most important spring festivals !Eye to the program!

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Are you ready to discover the greedy hidden treasure? During Easter holidays do not miss the fabulous events with “Hunting treasure … at the time of smartphones“:  finding out the treasure exploring  Corporea Museum thanks to the support of your smartphone!  Tradition means that Easter is time for decorations like  fresh branches to be potted and decorate according to one’s own taste and style.Have you  already provided the decorations? With “The ceramic workshop of Easter” experiments the ancient technique of terracotta and creates the Easter decorations to hang to bring home! If in addition to the egg hunt, you want to use them to learn a little science, “Eggsperiment” is the laboratory for you! The egg has always been the emblem of new life, the metaphor of the rebirth of bodies and nature; the Egyptians were already raising chickens and inventing an artificial egg incubation system. With -Uova “in transparency” – find out how the embryo is formed in the arthropods and explore the microscope cephalopods, brine shrimps and daphnia by observing the eggs directly in their body or enclosed in pockets attached to the tail. And when we talk about egg, we can not talk about the human egg cell. From the biological point of view, the egg is a female reproductive cell that, once fertilized, contains the complete genetic information for a new life. Do not miss the scientific insights “On the way to the egg cell …“. It is through the female germinal cell, the egg, which is transmitted from one generation to the next its DNA and, starting from the knowledge of its own DNA, it is possible to discover how one can exert a preventive action towards the most common pathologies, typical of our century: diabetes, dyslipidemia, metabolic syndrome, celiac disease, diseases of the gastrointestinal tract: Saturday 31st March meets the experts of ACSIAN onlus in “DNA and prevention … We are what we eat …. Preventive nutrition“.

What are the Easter symbols, what are their meanings? Do you know the true story of Pasquale, the Easter bunny? When and where does the Easter egg come from? With “Easter Stories ” you travel a journey through stories, myths and legends that will end with the creation of a cute bunny. And returning to the egg talk, what is the difference between a chicken and a salmon? And between a snake and a butterfly egg? “All the eggs of the world“: between studies and funny observations, come and discover all the secrets related to the eggs. And moreover, only for Monday “Kinetic Sand Castles … “: try our secret recipe of kinetic sand and have fun building sand castles everywhere without getting dirty and remodeling whenever you want!
Only for Monday, April 2ND , do not miss “Science in the kitchen”:  discover the “composition” of the most common foods and the chemical principles responsible for their properties and their behavior.
The “extended family”  to discover the history of our distant ancestors, between truth and false beliefs, on monkeys, hominids and Homo sapiens.

Exhibitionon the Sea:  discovering which new fish, molluscs and crustaceans live in our tanks following the guided tour “Marine Ecosystems“. During the visit, you will have the opportunity to caress some live marine organisms in our Touch pool. What an emotion! For the youngest, “Create your marine animals“, a laboratory where you can color fish shapes, inventing new species, and then, as for “magic”, make them appear and swim in a large virtual aquarium. Do not miss the guided tour of “Bugs&CO”, the new exhibition space dedicated to the spectacular world of insects and more. For every man on Earth there are over 150 million insects. “The six-legged giants” have conquered almost all the habitats of our planet … it’s time to start getting to know them better. Discover all the secrets that have made them so successful in a route divided into six thematic islands, one more engaging than the other! In addition to guided tours in Corporea, the first interactive museum on the Human Body in Italy, the 3D “Robot Explorers” returns to great demand to travel together with probes, landers and orbiters within our solar system.

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SCIENCE CENTRE
Adults 10 € 
Kids – teenagers up to 17 years and over 65 7 €

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Adults and kids € 5

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HUMAN BODIES – March 24th to May 27th, 2018

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Human body on exhibition. Fascinating, mysterious, rare, it is the protagonist of the most interesting scientific and educational exhibition of the world to be displayed next March 24th to May 24th, 2018 at Città della Scienza in Naples.

A journey to discover how our body works and how to preserve and care it.

The museum project was created in 2008 by the Musealia group and curated by Rafael Latorre, professor of simple and comparative anatomy at the University of Murcia and by Virginio Garcia Martinez, professor of anatomy and human embryology of the University of Extremadura, in collaboration with  University of Tennessee.

Alessandro Cecchi Paone the scientific communicator is the exhibition testimonial.
Exhibition got the patronage of the Municipality of Naples – Department of Culture and Tourism.

A special, entertaining and educational opportunity to  know  more about the human body in Città della Scienza in  Corodglio street in Naples with the support of Next Exhibition srl , Alta Classe Project srls and Emme 3 srl, will allow the public access to content sciences that were reserved only for specialists, with simple language, in a real lesson on human anatomy. Human Bodies is perfectly in line with the mission of divulgation Città della Scienza, placing itself in close synergy in particular with Corporea, Italy’s first interactive museum on the human body, prevention and health, inaugurated last year. A visit itinerary (in Italian, English and Chinese) that unfolds in various theme islands dedicated to the different systems of the body, with particular attention to the behaviors affecting our health. The aim of Human Bodies is to promote health and longevity issues, especially among the youngest, by informing viewers about the damage of bad eating habits and wrong lifestyles. Youth, in fact, is the privileged audience of this exhibition: middle school children, students and university students aged 20-38, families and especially those interested in learning how the body works and how to keep it in perfect condition.

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In Human Bodies protagonists are the bodies together with over 150 real organs, preserved through the process of plastilination, a technique that allows to preserve the human body at the time, maintaining its original real characteristics. A long and complicated process that makes all the exhibits rare. These, donated by individuals to science, are used only for scientific purposes and, once the exhibition is over, they will return to the University of Murcia as a basis for future generations of professionals in the medical field.

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The exhibition of records, which has already been visited by over 40 million visitors worldwide, is divided into eight areashuman body development, the skeleton, the muscular system, the respiratory system, the digestive system, the nervous system and finally the urinary and reproductive system. As in a three-dimensional anatomy book, the life cycle is on display, from the first embryo to the creation of a new life, passing through the daily habits of men, including sport. In fact, some of the exposed bodies are of “plastinated” athletes in the athletic gesture. But even bad habits, such as alcoholism, smoking and poor diet, are exhibited by very striking examples. Because seeing with your own eyes, especially for the younger ones, can have much more strength than many words. To further enrich the contents of the exhibition, will be involved for the edition of Città della Scienza in Naples, experts of the medical and scientific world of the territory, for a cycle of in-depth conferences. In the same way, there are also connections connected to the world of wellness, for the care of the body and the spirit, through sport and healthy nutrition.

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Visit includes an audio guide, included in the ticket price in several languages, with simple and effective explanations on what is presented in the exhibition.

TICKET PREVIEW 
Tickets available on Go2, Ticket One  and at the ticket office in Città della Scienza,  Coroglio street 104 Naples.

TIMING
Monday to Saturday  9 - 5 pm
Sunday and holydays ore 10 -6 pm

PRICE LIST
- 12 €
-  up to 12 years , over 65 years and partners : 10 €
-  CRAL groups: 8 €
-  school: 8 €

SPECIAL DEALS  CITTA DELLA SCIENZA TICKETS
With Human body tickets you have the right to the following rates:
€ 9 for adult ticket
€ 6 kids up to 18 years
€ 5 student ticket

With Città della Scienza ticket you have the right to the following rates for visiting Human Bodies :
-  10 € single adult ticket
- euro 7.00  student ticket

MORE INFO
GO2 ph. 0818038382
NEXT EXHIBITION ph.. 011/19214730

www.humanbodies.it
www.facebook.com/humanbodiesnapoli

The admission ticket to Human Bodies exhibition do not include the entrance ticket to Città della Scienza that can be purchased online or at the ticket office located at the entrance of Corporea.

 

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Welcome Spring! – Saturday March, 24th

Finally it’s Spring Time! At 6 pm there is still sunlight and the air is sparkling. 

But what is the scientific meaning of spring?Why do the days get longer and the temperatures get warmer?How does it influence the life of living beings?Why is the season of love?To these and other questions, we will respond to Città della Scienza through fun workshops, activities and engaging scientific demonstrations.

Look at the program!

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The period of frost is finally far, so that every outdoor bonsai that had been sheltered can be placed outdoors. The word “Bon-sai” (often mistakenly pronounced as bonzai or banzai) is a Japanese term which, literally translated, means “planted in a vase”. Find out more about this ancient technique with dates by Napoli Bonsai Club:

- “Bonsai: planting a tree in a vase” Practical demonstration of training techniques of a bonsai

“Kokedama: the magical world of plants without pots” do not miss the opportunity to make  pearls with small flowering plants;

 “Bonsai on stage” Exposure of bonsai specimens that most highlight the spring season, such as maples and bonsai in bloom;

“SOS Bonsai”: Is your bonsai sick? No fear! You can take it to view a Naples Bonsai Club expert who will give you the right advice to make it heal

A Spring dedicated to the green! Sustainable production, attentive to the environment and ethical restraints will be the guiding thread of the purchasing choices of the current generations. But going down in detail, what does this mean for public opinion? Find out more with “Natural cosmetics: credibility and sustainability of the green trend“.

Spring is perhaps the most popular season, surely it is the one that represents life par excellence, the awakening, the rebirth after the cold and the darkness of winter, the bright colors and the perfumes. And are you ready to dive into the colors that accompany spring? With “Spring in 3D” you have fun building a projector that can turn images into colorful 3D flowers in the palm of your hand! Every season has its charm, but spring has always been seen as a sort of rebirth after the long and cold winter; it’s the season in which the fantasy is unleashed! Let’s discover together how to make fantastic jewels and decorations using colored salt! Do not miss “Jewels of salt“.

In science class we learned that plants absorb water and nutrients from the soil and bring them to the leaves, making them go up along the trunk. And the same also happens in the flowers! Do you want to find out how? Do not miss the appointments with “Science Garden“.  Spring brings in our exhibition areas an explosion of creativity and enthusiasm that lead to the creation of fun but meaningful activities from an educational and experiential point of view! The exhibition dedicated to the sea can be visited again! Discover which new fish, molluscs and crustaceans live in our tanks following the guided tour “Marine Ecosystems“. During the visit, you will have the opportunity to caress some live marine organisms in our Touch pool. What an emotion! For youngest, “Create your marine animals“, a laboratory where you can color fish shapes, inventing new species, and then, as for “magic”, make them appear and swim in a large virtual aquarium. Do not miss the guided tour of “Bugs & CO”, the new exhibition space for children dedicated to the spectacular world of insects and more … In addition to guided tours in Corporea, the first interactive museum on the Human Body in Italy, the 3D “Robot Explorers” returns to great demand to travel together with probes, landers and orbiters within our solar system. We are waiting for you in many!

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Kids – teenagers up to 17 years and over 65 7 €

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Città della Scienza week end keeps on Sunday March 25 with  “Spring Science Party”. 
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WATER DROP, LIFE DROP – March 17th – 18th

CELEBRATING THE WORLD WATER DAY: “BLUE GOLD” OF OUR PLANET

Chemically composed of two hydrogen atoms and an oxygen atom, water is undoubtedly the most important of all our resources! From the space our planet looks like a “blue marble” because of the predominance of the water element. On March 17th and 18th, Città della Scienza celebrates the world day of water (which falls on March 22nd) with experiments and scientific demonstrations on the “blue gold” of our planet.


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Would you like to build an acquarium of you own? With “hands in water” in Città della Scienza, the dream becomes reality! Starting from poor materials, discover the secrets to build a real aquarium in order to reproduce at your home!

Only Saturday, March 17th, in the company of ARPAC experts – Regional Agency for the Environment in Campania we will discover the techniques used for monitoring surface water: seas, rivers and lakes. Discover how delicate the balance of these very important components of the hydrosphere is!

And if physics is your passion, we recommend the activity “Air VS. Water” where, talking about air and playing with water, we will investigate some fluid behaviors through the realization of different experiments. Simple explorations that will allow us to better understand that air, although it doesn’t seem to be, it’s made of matter … sometimes stronger than water!

Do not miss “Microcosmo“, a laboratory where, starting from a diorama that reproduces the seabed, you will realize animal and plant marine organisms to complete “your” microcosm and find out which extraordinary balances allow life.

In recent weeks a wave of cold and cold called Burian has broken down, and all the cities, including Naples, have become white! What a thrill it was to wake up under a blanket of soft, white and shiny snow! But what is snow from the scientific point of view? “Icy” water! Let’s find out the secrets in “Snowflakes” together. Building a nice ice crystal, you will understand that the shapes of snowflakes are wonderful and always different.

And again, this weekend will end the path of alternating school-work classes IV ° A, IV ° C, IV ° G of the Institute of Higher Secondary Education “Francesco Crispi” of Ribera (Ag); the boys will perform four activities together with the public:

  • Chemistry or magic? Water to separate colors

Is there a way to get back the primary colors starting from the secondary or tertiary? In the role of a chemist you can experience the composition and the decomposition of natural and non-natural pigments!

  • Modeling the molecules

All living cells are made up of molecules, mainly complex and large, resulting from the combination of four elements! So, from what elements is the water molecule formed? Get to know the extraordinary characteristics of water and try to build the models of the molecules that surround us!

  • Water & DNA: between physics and biology

Water, a molecule that regulates all the functions of the organism and which, thanks to the research of Italian and international scientists, has been discovered to be endowed with memory and coherence. Is it really possible? And what would this revelation involve? And above all, how is DNA involved? Let’s find out together and try to make the DNA visible to the naked eye by extracting it from vegetable and plant tissues!

  • The water balance of cells

Do you know that many cell properties are related to water? The human body is like “immersed” in water, from the smallest cell to the organism in its entirety. But is the animal or vegetable cell to have the highest water content? What happens to a cell if it is placed in a solution that has a saline concentration different from its own? Let yourself be fascinated by the wonderful world of cells!

The exhibition dedicated to the sea can be visited again! Discover which new fish, molluscs and crustaceans live in our tanks following the guided tour “Marine Ecosystems“. During the visit, you will have the opportunity to touch some live marine organisms in our Touch pool. What an emotion! For the little ones, “Invent your marine animals”, a laboratory where you can color fish shapes, inventing new species, and then, as for “magic”, make them appear and swim in a large virtual aquarium.

Do not miss the guided tour of “Bags & CO“, the new exhibition space dedicated to the spectacular world of bags and more. For every man on Earth there are over 150 million insects. “The six-legged giants” have conquered almost all the habitats of our planet … it’s time to start getting to know them better. Discover all the secrets that have made them so successful in a journey divided into six thematic islands, one more engaging than the other!

In addition to guided tours to Corporea, the first interactive museum on the Human Body in Italy, the special  3D show “Robot Explorers”

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SCIENCE CENTRE
Adults € 10
Kids – teenagers (3-17 years) and over 65 € 7

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PLANETARIUM LIVE SHOW: “LOOKING AT THE SKY”

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Planetarium  Live Show 
Live show “LOOKING AT NIGHT SPRING SKIES …”
Spring starts on March 20th! The season of colors, loves and awakening to life. On our planet the seasons alternate during the year ordering times, rhythms and, why not, even the moods of our lives. Do they  exist on other planets?
What is clear is that, in good weather, the desire to be outdoors and observe the celestial sky grows. And, how wonderful! How many constellations are visible at this precise moment!
Thanks to an expert, we will discover legends, curiosities and the hidden myths among the stars of our spring night skies. The space show is on the air now!

 Andrea Tomacelli,  UAN President  – Unione Astrofili Napoletani
Show Time: 11.00 am and 11.45 am
Duration 45 ‘
Tickets are available at  ticket office or online

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SPRING SCIENCE PARTY at Città della Scienza – March, 25th

Spring is coming and Città della Scienza hosts a party for the whole family with a program full of activities: scientific laboratories on the science of eggs, science for children and adults, animals friendly happenings , flight of birds of prey, planetarium live shows and observations to the telescope!

FREE ENTRY for children up to 12 years.

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PROGRAM

Ludodus activities for children up to 3 years, Cooperativa Progetto Uomo
From 10 to 2 pm Music Square

Sky and Sun Observation  with telescope
Unione Astrofili Napoletani
Activity to be displayed in case of good weather

Planetarium Live Show
Live show “Looking at Spring Night Skyes “
Finally it’s spring time next March 20th! The season of colors, loves and awakening to life. On our planet the seasons alternate during the year ordering  times,  rhythms and, why not, even the moods of our lives. But, what are the conditions for the seasons? Do they exist on other planets too?
We still discuss “there are no longer the half seasons”, but what is certain is that, in good weather, the desire to spend time in the open air and observe the celestial sky grows. And, how wonderful! How many constellations are visible at this precise moment!
Some experts, discover the legends, the curiosities and the hidden myths among the stars of our spring night skies. The space show is on the air now!
By Andrea Tomacelli, UAN President – Unione Astrofili Napoletani
11.00 and 11.45
Durata 45′
Tickets are available at box office or online

Magic show “Looking for Pasquale rabbit”
Illusions and animals. Children will participate in the show.
Francesco La Marca
1 pm
Newton Hall

 “Il volo dei rapaci” open air show
Exhibition with scientific insights on prey birds characteristics and the dynamics that regulate their flight. Man, can move freely on the earth, climb, enter the water and dive without the need for any technological help.
Air, on the other hand, has always been a difficult element to conquer. Perhaps this is the reason why the flight of birds is so fascinating for man. Attempts to build equipment and artifacts able to fly us are lost in the mists of time!
It is precisely from the observation of the reality that happens in Nature that is the reality of expectations and the dynamics that regulate the flight of some of the birds that most affect our imagination: the birds of prey.
 “Le Ali nel Vento”  and  “I falconieri dell’Irno” Association

Science Tasting 
Francesco Meo – Città della Scienza

Scientific Lab
Nuvole animation

Looking for colors on plants and flowers
Nuvole animation

Creative labs
from 10 to 2 pm
Foyer Newton

Science Show “Chemistry colors ”
Nuvole animation

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BUGS&CO, discover the new exhibition area on bugs world – March, 10th and 11th

At Città della Scienza we party! We will expand the exhibition areas for our audience with the exhibition dedicated to the sea, totally renewed in the marine inhabitants and in the contents and a new space dedicated to Insects for the little ones! In particular, Città della Scienza for the opening of the exhibition “BUGS&CO”, organizes an entire weekend of activities, science shows, workshops, guided tours, scientific observations and demonstrations to explore all aspects of these amazing six-legged animals. Test your courage and try to stroke some of them live! And again, would you be able to feed yourself on bugs? Finally, you will discover, through comparisons with experts in the field, all the secrets, curiosities and oddities of these perfect “war machines”!

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“Bugs&CO”, the new unmissable exhibition space dedicated to the spectacular world of bugs and more. For every man on Earth there are over 150 million insects. “The six-legged giants” have conquered almost all the habitats of our planet … it’s time to start getting to know them better. Discover all the secrets that have made them so successful in a course divided into six thematic islands.  Bugs will be part of the daily diet, and their use has many benefits for both humans and the environment. Scientific studies, in fact, show how an integrated diet with bags is rich in proteins, minerals and vitamins, but low in “dangerous” fats. Their use can have positive implications also in terms of environmental sustainability. An opportunity not to be missed on Sunday, March 11th: – “Novel Food” showcased in Naples – a show cooking where crickets, grasshoppers, larvae, scorpions, moth, silkworms and similar for the production of innovative dishes !!!

Fao considers them as the food of the future, but before arriving on our tables, the bugs ended up in the bowls of the animals! The laboratory “Bugs, new frontier in animal feed” will present the main ingredients used for the production of feed used in breeding of fish species; you can watch the composition of an eco-sustainable feed with the use of insect flours.

Do you like insects or animals in general?  “InsettiMania” laboratory is right for you! Try to fold the paper and modeling brushes and create imaginative animals to give away or take away with you! Building a working robot is every child’s dream; if insects-robot then everything becomes more “magic”! With “6-legged Robot” you rediscover these animals by building and observing the behavior of the robots. A coding workshop!

Just talking about 8 legs and 4 eyes, immediately in the mind of each child goes to the image of a “monstrous” and “ravenous” spider! But can spiders be considered as bugs? Or not? Are they really so scary? We learn to know them more closely through the observation of live specimens, through interactive, dynamic and fun games and manual laboratories all dedicated to the world of Arachnids. Do not miss “8 legs and 4 eyes“.

Since the dawn, men and bags have always shared time and space. During the course of history, man has developed and refined techniques to exploit these animals, from which we obtain materials, dyes, dishes and much more … Save the date, Sunday, March 11, with the fantastic Science Show “Six-legged Man“.

Butterflies, bees, caterpillars, dragonflies, spiders and ants … small animals apparently fragile and silent, in reality hide a high strength and capacity for organization and survival. With “Bugs Tattoo“, discover the symbolism of some bugs and design and make a “wear” tattoo insect. Finally, insects always surprise us with their amazing abilities. Last but not least, their vision! Let’s go to the discovery of the world around us … but “With the eyes of bugs” surprises are guaranteed!

The exhibition dedicated to the sea is open again! Discover which new fish, molluscs and crustaceans live in our tanks following the guided tour “Marine Ecosystems“. During the visit, you will have the opportunity to caress some live marine organisms in our Touch pool. For youngest, “Create your marine animals“, a laboratory where you can color fish shapes, inventing new species, and then, as for “magic”, make them appear and swim in a large virtual aquarium. Everyone as a child liked to create incredible sand castles on the beach, fancy structures that punctually took the sea or collapsed. But for today’s children or for those who have never forgotten the child inside each of us, there is a way to build sand castles everywhere, without getting dirty and reshaping forever: it’s called kinetic sand and it’s a real magic.

As usual there are guided tours in Corporea, the first interactive museum on the Human Body in Italy, and our fantastic Planetarium with the 3D show “Robot Explorers” to travel together with probes, landers and orbiter in our solar system

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SCIENCE IS FEMALE! – A weekend dedicated to women scientist of the past and present – March 3rd and 4th, 2018

Women’s contributions to science: yesterday and today

Despite the difficulties, the number of scientists who have made important contributions to the development of science is very high. During this weekend, we will remind everyone of the fundamental contribution of women to scientific and technological research, conducted with creativity, competence and commitment. In honor of the greatest and current scientists and their discoveries, a rich path to show  that science is  woman! Look at the program!

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Close your eyes and imagine someone doing research in physics, in an observatory to look at the stars, or under the mountains to look for neutrinos or near huge machines, called accelerators, to look for smaller and smaller particles or in a spaceship to do experiments. Who would you imagine? A woman or a man? What idoes he/she lokk like? Would you like to be one of them?

With “Passion for research:  astronaut or programmer?” We will tell you some stories never known  before!
Space, astronomy has always been a field dominated by men, yet there are many  female astronauts who have traveled in space and made their skills available! The most famous is Samantha Cristoforetti, the only Italian woman to have spent the longest stay in orbit in a single mission. In her honor, celebrating women in space, do not miss the workshop of building a “supergalactic rocket” in “AstroSamantha Cristoforetti: towards infinity and beyond …“.

It is well known that most of the female scientists of the past got few success, working for fathers, brothers, husbands, who became famous. They were hardly ever mentioned in official documents or scientific publications: their names have therefore disappeared, as if they had never existed … Who was Marie Tharp? A little known name, one of the many “unknown” scientists who managed to answer questions such as: what is the origin of the mountains? And, how do earthquakes occur? Thanks to the contribution of Marie Tharp today it is possible to explain the theory of plate tectonics ! Participate inn the explosion of a volcano with “The great intuition of Marie Tharp” and build a fantastic model of your own!

Have you ever heard of coding? It means “computer programming” and could become a real school subject in the next few years! But the concept of coding is not at all recent: << Poetry and code are linguistic phenomena and both occur in language. Both, however, choose another use of language: if poetry is disinterested in the informative function of language, the code is information >>: this is how Ada Lovelace invented the first programming language. “Ada Lovelace and the programming language: time code“: with the help of a dedicated software, write the lines of command necessary to “program” a funny character!

During this weekend the school-work alternation path of the VaC class of the Istituto di Istruzione Superiore Superiore Giancarlo Siani of Casalnuovo will end: students will perform two activities together with the public:
- “Henrietta Lacks: the woman with immortal cells” .. Henrietta Lacks cells, HeLa cells, reproduced an entire generation in just 24 hours! Discover the contribution that HeLa cells have given to research and explore the microscopic (and not) cell world!
- “Rosalind Franklin: the real heroine of the discovery of DNA” – Not everyone knows that in 1963 on the podium for the award of the Nobel Prize for the discovery of the DNA structure was missing a scientist whose contribution was fundamental: it was the researcher Rosalind Franklin. Discover the curiosities that are hidden behind this story and starting from animal and vegetable tissues, extract the DNA from the cells and make it visible to the naked eye.

From March 4, the exhibition dedicated to the Sea can be visited again! Discover which new fish, molluscs and crustaceans live in our tanks following the guided tour “Marine Ecosystems”.

A preview, do not miss the guided tour to “Insetti & CO”, the new exhibition space for children dedicated to the spectacular world of insects and more …

On the occasion of the weekend dedicated to women, discover the matriarchal system in the animal world, “Female power”, deepening during the guided tour Insetti & CO. Not always in the animal world are males to be the master …

In addition to Guided tours to Corporea, the first interactive human body museum in Italy, you can follow “Scientists from Nobel” – a personalized journey on Corporea dedicated to the most famous Nobel Prize winning scientists in history. The guide will tell you anecdotes and curiosities of these mothers, wives, daughters as well as scientists and how often “behind a great man, there is a great woman”.
The 3D “Robot Explorers” returns to great demand to travel together with probes, landers and orbiters in our solar system.

In addition to the guided tours of a Corporea, the first interactive museum on the Human Body in Italy, there will be a special path Nobel Female Scientists and the Planetarium Show “3D Robot Explorers” to travel together with a probe, lander and orbiter inside our solar system.

 

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SPORT, HEALTH AND WELLNESS – February Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th

Sport and fitness have always been the ideal combination to have a healthy body!

Living healthy? Today it is possible thanks to the combination of a correct lifestyle, a healthy and balanced diet and constant physical activity. But what is meant by “physical activity“? Physical activity, physical exercise, physical fitness are all terms commonly used to refer to an active life; this allows us to live our daily life more efficiently, improving the levels of strength, endurance, flexibility and well-being of our body. Look at the program! Are you ready to  move?

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Find out if you eat with “awareness”! Saturday, February 24th with “Which kind of pasta are you? Come and  know your body composition”: through the use of bioimpedanceometry, a rapid and non-invasive method, you will have the possibility to measure your hydration status and to know the body composition in percentage terms of fat mass and lean mass.

How much does nutrition affect your mental and physical well-being? “What I do to feel good” find out how social relationships, nutrition, being active and the ability to express one’s emotions and to capture those of others are signs of healthy and harmonious growth.

 

And again, it is said that prevention is better than cure! Prevention of caries in children and proper nutrition is essential considering the high incidence of dental conditions. “The health of our mouth” is an activity aimed at informing children and adults on how to prevent the main diseases of the oral cavity through a path of education and play.

Do not miss the events on Saturday and Sunday with ” Moving Activities  and Psycho-physical Wellness“: find out if your movements are balanced, quick and precise through a series of simple and fun physical exercises! And if you like challenges, do not miss the “Corporiadi“: between high jump, strength competitions and cycling, record your score on the card and win a fantastic prize!

 

 Vaccines YES OR NOT! And how much do you know about vaccines? A scientific study will help you to know them better and understand which diseases have been fighted thanks to this “tool” that has saved millions of lives! Participate in “Millions of lives saved: the history of the vaccine“. In the film the oil of Lorenzo, in 1992 the story of a 5-year-old child is diagnosed with a rare hereditary disease, linked to the X chromosome, adrenoleukodystrophy (ALD). Saturday, February 24th  with “Give life back to life through DNA: adrenoleukodystrophy the rose of hope” find out what it is, what it entails and if there are any possible treatments.

 

Yoga comes at Città della Scienza! Sunday  February 25th: an opportunity not to be missed to learn more closely, practicing together, the philosophy of millennial science of Integral Yoga in a frame of excellence on the fourth floor of the Corporeal Museum. A special yoga session by Integral Yoga School of Naples, active in the city since 1986, as part of the project “Yoga for Museums, Museums for Yoga” held from January to June 2018 in important museums between Naples, Capri and Piano di Sorrento, in collaboration with the Campania Museum Pole, the Museum and Real Bosco di Capodimonte and the Councilorship for Culture and Tourism of the Municipality of Naples.

Have you ever tried archery? And, with a historical arch? Challenge yourself in this noble art on Sunday 25th , from 10 am to 2 pm, in the outdoor spaces of GnamVillage, in the company of ASD Arcai experts and “Center the target“.

For children, do not miss the “Pasta, so good” workshop, where you can learn more about pasta, its nutritional properties, its fundamental role in nutrition and make fun decorations  to embellish your table and not. Because we are what we eat!

In addition to the guided tours of a Corporea, the first interactive museum on the Human Body in Italy, the 2D shows “From the Earth to the Universe” of the new Planetarium wait for you for a wonderful journey from the first theories of Greek philosophers to the most modern telescopes and “3D Robot Explorers” to travel together with a probe, lander and orbiter inside our solar system.

“Who lives in the newbag’s house?” – guided tours to discover new guests. The man known closely the giant Heteropterix dilatata, the wonderful African dry mantis mantis and the African mantis stick. Welcome to our new guest, the Chromatopelma cyanopubescens or green-blue tarantula!

 

 

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D.RE.A.M. Academy 2017 closing happening day at Fablab of Città della Scienza

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Oggi si è tenuta al FabLab di Città della Scienza la giornata conclusiva della D.RE.A.M. Academy 2017. All’evento hanno partecipato, oltre al Commissario della Fondazione Giuseppe AlbanoMario Catalano Presidente di LegaCoop Campania e Raffaele De Rosa in rappresentanza di Inarcassa.

La Academy in Design and Research in Advanced Manufacturing è un programma di formazione avanzata sperimentato per la prima volta da Città della Scienza nel 2017. Si tratta di un corso della durata di 8 mesi, in cui a lezioni frontali sui temi della manifattura avanzata e del computational design, si sono affiancati specifici assignment per gli allievi. Ciascuno di essi è stato selezionato in base al proprio progetto di ricerca che ha poi potuto attuare, coi necessari correttivi, negli ultimi 3 mesi del programma.

La Academy ha visto il coinvolgimento di 14 studenti provenienti da Italia, Cina e Iran, in linea con le attività di internazionalizzazione che vedono Città della Scienza particolarmente impegnata verso i due Paesi asiatici. La faculty ha coinvolto, oltre al personale del FabLab, 14 docenti internazionali provenienti da tutta Europa oltre che da India e Stati Uniti.
Con la Academy, Città della Scienza intende contribuire concretamente alla formazione di professionisti e imprese sui temi dell’Industria 4.0, in linea con il Piano Nazionale Ricerca 2015/2020, la Strategia di specializzazione intelligente della Campania ed il Network 4.0 che sta costruendosi attorno ai Punti Impresa digitale, i Digital Innovation Hub e i Competence Centre.

Nel corso della mattinata i ricercatori, che hanno preso parte al percorso formativo della Academy 2017,  hanno illustrato i propri progetti e presentato i prototipi realizzati.
Una giuria presieduta da De Rosa e Carla Giusti di Città della Scienza ha consegnato a Giuliana Califano il premio per il miglior progetto. Tale riconoscimento, del valore di duemila euro, è offerto proprio dalla Fondazione Inarcassa che ha anche corrisposto una borsa di studio a copertura parziale dei costi di iscrizione per uno dei professionisti discenti.
Il progetto vincitore, ANURA, è il frutto di un percorso di ricerca nell’ambito biomedicale che ha visto lo sviluppo di un prototipo di “patch transdermali” realizzate attraverso un mix biologico stampato in 3D, che rilascia dei principi benefici per la pelle, ha la possibilità di essere riutilizzato ed è biodegradabile.

Notevole è stato il contributo di CoopFond che ha erogato 7 borse di studio del valore di ottomila euro ciascuna per permettere al personale di altrettante Cooperative di formarsi sui temi della Fabbricazione digitale.

La giornata si è chiusa con la consegna dei diplomi ai partecipanti dell’edizione 2017.

Giornata di chiusura della D.RE.A.M. Academy con la premiazione del progetto vincitore e consegna dei diplomi

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Città della Scienza joins “Bonus Cultura”, MIUR project offering 500 € to teachers for their professional updating

Are you a professor?
The Ministry of Education, University and Research has created the Electronic Card for the updating and training of role teachers of educational institutions.
Register and read all the details on https://cartadeldocente.istruzione.it/ to be able to use  500 euros for your professional updating.

Teachers can buy books, magazines, museum entrances, tickets for cultural events, theater and cinema or enroll in undergraduate and master’s degree courses, refresher courses, carried out by qualified bodies  to the Ministry of Education, University and Research.
Also our Museum and our Shop join this initiative.
You can visit Città della Scienza museum, including Corporea and the 3D Planetarium, choose products from our store or take part in training courses.

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D.RE.A.M. Academy 2017 closing happening – Monday, February 19th at Città della Scienza’s Fablab

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Monday, February 19, from 11 to 1 pm, D.RE.A.M. Academy 2017 final day will take place  at the  FabLab di Città della Scienza. At the event will be present Fondazione Idis Commissioner Giuseppe Albano, Aldo SoldiCoopFond general manager and Raffaele De Rosa representing Inarcassa.

During the morning the researchers, who took part in the training course of the Academy 2017, will  illustrate their projects and present their prototypes. A jury chaired by De Rosa will give one of them the prize for the best project. A two thousand euros prize offered by the National Fund for Social Security and Assistance for Engineers and Architects who also paid a scholarship to cover partial enrollment costs for one of the professional learners.

LegaCoop has contributed by providing 7 scholarships – eight thousand euros each one -   to allow the staff of seven Cooperatives to train on the issues of digital manufacturing.

The Academy in Design and Research in Advanced Manufacturing is an advanced training program experimented for the first time by Città della Scienza in 2017. This is an 8-month course, in which lectures on the topics of advanced manufacturing and computational design, specific assignments were added to the students. Each of them was selected based on their own research project which was then able to implement, with the necessary corrective measures, in the last 3 months of the program.

14 students attended the Academy coming from Italy, China and Iran, in line with the internationalization activities where Città della Scienza is involved towards the two Asian countries. In addition to the FabLab staff. The faculty involved 14 international professors from all over Europe as well as from India and the United States.

With the Academy, Città della Scienza intends to contribute concretely to the training of professionals and companies on the themes of Industry 4.0, in line with the National Research Plan 2015/2020, the Smart Specialization Strategy of Campania and the Network 4.0 which is being built around the Digital Business Points, Digital Innovation Hubs and Competence Centers.

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MR. DARWIN! – FROM 14th TO 18th FEBRUARY

Charles Robert Darwin: the naturalist who revolutionized the history of the natural sciences. As usual Città della Scienza  celebrates the “Darwin week”, the week dedicated to the memory of life, works, scientific discoveries, observations and theories developed by the famous English scientist. Many laboratories, demonstrations, games, activities and science shows on the theme “Darwin and evolution” are waiting for you! 

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Wednesday, February 14th the week starts with “Geology during Charles Darwin time discovering the lesser-known side of Darwin’s work: the geologist.  The scientific demonstration “The extended family” – a fascinating journey in the evolution of man between monkeys and hominids is on program  for Thursday, February 15th. What if Darwin had met Gregor Mendel, considered today the father of the modern science of genetics? How could the two theories be integrated? Let’s find out together Friday, February 16th in Mendel and Darwin, the birth of modern biology”. Did you know that Charles Darwin was an excellent botanist? All-round naturalist, he was very fond of plants. He studied them thoroughly and made important discoveries in the botanical field. Let’s go over these aspects of his biography together. Following observations and experiments on the Plant Kingdom. All this and more in “Darwin, the botanist”.

Would you like to feel like Charles Darwin during his explorations on the Galapagos Islands? Try it in the “Biodiversity Laboratory” and experience biodiversity like a Darwin for a day! What are the four ecological phenomena that helped Charles Darwin to formulate his theory of Evolution by natural selection? Find out, looking at the case studies in the activity Evolution in progress”. Do not miss, moreover,The fight of the finches” - Everyone talks about the famous “finches” of Darwin. But what makes them so special? Why were they important for the writing of Darwin’s theory? In this fun game you will understand what a beak of a suitable shape is for!

Can you win on natural selection? Try and have fun in Who wants to live a million years?” Thanks to a fun App, try not to extinguish your animal population for at least a million years.

Unmissble  explaining evolution, in males of  several species, of a series of harmful or useless but particularly showy features, such as livery and bright colors, long queues, heavy horns, Darwin hypothesized that these characters helped males to compete with members of the same sex for the conquest of the partner (intrasexual selection), or to be more attractive to the eyes of the members of the opposite sex (intersexual selection). Try your hand at building a fabulous artificial anthill.

What were the problems that Darwin faced in his studies on human evolution, the conflicts with the beliefs of the time and his personal battle against racism and slavery? We are waiting for you with “Evolution of the man according to Darwin”.

Only for Sunday, February 18th, you can attend the Science ShowDarwin. Travelling Evolution” in which you can retrace the steps of Darwin’s journey around the world! Fun is guaranteed! Also, do not miss the appointment at 12 noon on Sunday 18 in the company of Maurizio Fraissinet – Ornithologist and President of the Association of Southern Italy Ornithological Studies ASOIM, which will lead you to discover the fundamental role played by the class of birds in the development of theories Darwinists in Darwin and ornithology. The birds from inspiration to witness the evolutionist theories “.

This long weekend will end with the path of alternating school-work of the class 5th of the Institute of Higher Secondary Education Giancarlo Siani of Casalnuovo; on the occasion of Darwin Week, the students will perform two activities with the public:

- “The evolution of the cell” – did you know that due to the remarkable similarities found between the cells of the different organisms it is believed that all the cell types descend by evolution from a single common ancestor? Have you ever imagined that 50 to 100 billion cells die each day in a human being and reform it as much? Explore the microscopic (and not) cell world

- “DNA: genetic traces and Darwin” – The history of genetics can be divided into two phases: one before and after 1953, the year in which the structure of DNA, the molecule of life, is discovered. But if Darwin had known Mendel, what would have changed? And how much do you know about DNA? Starting from animal and plant tissues, extract the DNA from the cells and make it visible to the naked eye.

In addition to the guided tours of a Corporea, the first interactive museum on the Human Body in Italy, the 2D shows “From the Earth to the Universe” of the new Planetarium wait for you for a wonderful journey from the first theories of Greek philosophers to the most modern telescopes and  to travel together with a probe, lander and orbiter inside our solar system.

“Who lives in the newbag’s house?” – guided tours to discover new guests. The man known closely the giant Heteropterix dilatata, the wonderful African dry mantis mantis and the African mantis stick. Welcome to our new guest, the Chromatopelma cyanopubescens or green-blue tarantula!

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COLORS: DISCOVERING SCIENCE BEHIND COLORS! – SATURDAY FEBRUARY 10th

Carnival is next and at Città della Scienza we talk about colors! But what is their meaning? Have you ever wondered how our color perception works? Did you know that color is just a “sensation”  borning in our brain? Colors are classified in primary, secondary, tertiary, complementary. What do these terms mean? Let’s find out together! And let’s have fun with the colors. 

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Tinkering shows how things are done, promotes exploration, allows one to develop one’s own ideas and feeds creativity and scientific reasoning. How can we use the tinkering technique to get primary colors starting from secondary or tertiary? “Tinkering and chemistry: how colors can be separated“, you can create an ideal circuit and, as a “super-technological” chemist, you can experience the composition and decomposition of pigments!

Rainbow’s colors constitute the “basic spectrum” from which all the light we see is formed. As the various sounds contain the tones of the musical notes of the basic scale, so colored light is formed by its “spectral components”. Participate in “CD as a spectroscope” and have fun building and decorating a fantastic spectroscope.

How many times have you been hypnotized by a colored lava lamp? You held it in your hands, you tried to shake it and you stopped to watch the liquid moving and sharing, giving life to different shapes and colors! Get  “Colored Lava Lamps” and you will have the chance to build one of your own!
It takes a breath to paint! “Painting with the air” will teach you to compose colorful “tableau” and the unpredictable result simply “modulating” your breathing. What are you waiting for?

The first thing you notice when you meet someone is HIS eye color! But which ones and how many are the genes involved in the pigmentation of the eye? And yet, have you ever heard of color blindness? These and many other secrets on the color of our eyes will be revealed through scientific insights during the guided tour of Corporea: “The genetics of eye color” and “The world seen with the eyes of the color blind“.

In addition to the guided tours of a Corporea, the first interactive museum on the Human Body in Italy, the 2D shows “From the Earth to the Universe” of the new Planetarium wait for you for a wonderful journey from the first theories of Greek philosophers to the most modern telescopes and “3D Robot Explorers” to travel together with a probe, lander and orbiter inside our solar system.

“Who lives in the newbag’s house?” – guided tours to discover new guests. The man known closely the giant Heteropterix dilatata, the wonderful African dry mantis mantis and the African mantis stick. Welcome to our new guest, the Chromatopelma cyanopubescens or green-blue tarantula!

Nature never fails to surprise or amaze us! There are animals that have developed the ability to make themselves invisible to the eyes of predators and exploit this ability to hide themselves from their prey, suddenly surprising them. Let’s get to know them closely with “animal mimicry“, scientific study during the guided tour of “Bags’ House”.

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Città della Scienza took part at “Health 4.0 and Innovation that speaks Italian” at the MAECI

As part of the Meeting of Scientific Attachés dedicated to “Health 4.0 and Innovation speaking Italian” - at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation – Città della Scienza of Naples participates with the presentation of Stefano Incerti’s trailer ITALY: THE BEAUTY OF KNOWLEDGE: a story telling of images focused on the system of scientific and technological excellence of our country.

The film is part of a larger project promoted and financed by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and made with the direct contribution of the National Research Council and three Italian scientific museums worldwide appreciated, coordinated by Città della Scienza of Naples: Museo Galileo of Florence, Museum of Sciences of Trento, National Museum of Science and Technology of Milan.

Città della Scienza partecipa a “Salute 4.0 e l’Innovazione che parla italiano” presso il MAECI

It plans to create a touring and immersive installation, realized by Città della Scienza within the project ITALY: THE BEAUTY OF KNOWLEDGE: a global and widespread scientific communication operation, which will cross the main cities of the world to tell the Italian research system and remember how the “Renaissance spirit” in this country is continually renewed, proposing itself as a cultural and life model for everybody .

The film trailer was screened during the inaugural session of the Meeting of Scientific Operators in the presence of the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Angelino Alfano, and the Minister of Education, University and Research Valeria Fedeli.

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Città della Scienza takes part at “Health 4.0 and Innovation that speaks Italian” at the MAECI

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As part of the Meeting of Scientific Attachés dedicated to “Health 4.0 and Innovation speaking Italian” – scheduled for  February 5th at 9.30 at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation – Città della Scienza of Naples participates with the presentation of Stefano Incerti’s trailer ITALY: THE BEAUTY OF KNOWLEDGE: a story telling of images focused on the system of scientific and technological excellence of our country.

The film is part of a larger project promoted and financed by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and made with the direct contribution of the National Research Council and three Italian scientific museums worldwide appreciated, coordinated by Città della Scienza of Naples: Museo Galileo of Florence, Museum of Sciences of Trento, National Museum of Science and Technology of Milan.

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It plans to create a touring and immersive installation, realized by Città della Scienza within the project ITALY: THE BEAUTY OF KNOWLEDGE: a global and widespread scientific communication operation, which will cross the main cities of the world to tell the Italian research system and remember how the “Renaissance spirit” in this country is continually renewed, proposing itself as a cultural and life model for everybody .

The trailer of the film will be screened during the inaugural session of the Meeting of Scientific Operators in the presence of the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Angelino Alfano, the Minister of Education, University and Research Valeria Fedeli and the Minister of Health Beatrice Lorenzin.

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Special Carnival party – Città della Scienza, Sunday February 11th

We are waiting for you on Sunday 11th February with your children, masked or not,  for a special Carnival celebration alltogether! Among balloons, streamers and several activities you will be welcomed by our animators and scientific communicators to get in the atmosphere of the party and led you in laboratories, scientific demonstrations, magic shows and games dedicated to the theme of Carnival.

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TICKET OFFICE

Free Entry for children from 10 to 2 pm 

SCIENCE CENTRE
Adults € 10
Kids – teenagers (3-17 years) and over 65 € 7

PLANETARIUM
Adults and kids € 5

TICKET SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARIUM
Adults € 13
Kids – teenagers (3-17 years) and over 65 € 10

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INFO

Contact Centre
contact@cittadellascienza.it
+39 081.7352.258 +39 081.7352.259 +39 081.7352.220
+39 081.7352.222 – fax +39 081.7352.224
From Monday to Friday 8.30 am to 5 pm

SCIENCE CENTRE OPENING
Tuesday to Saturday 9 am to 5 pm
Sunday and holidays 10 am to 6 pm

Science Show: Chemistry of colours
11 am in Archimede hall

Carnival is the festival of colors. Masks, costumes and jokes are characterized by the explosion of variegated colors. Using test tubes, pipettes, mysterious solutions we will create liquids that change color and we will find that what seem to us to be magic is nothing more than chemical reactions!

By Nuvole scientific communicators 

Science Show: Animated disguises: the mimicry of living beings
12  Archimede Hall

Animals disguised as plants, plants that disguise themselves as animals … in nature it is always Carnival! Let’s find out what are the most surprising disguises in nature and let us be surprised by the endless extravagance shown off by the constant struggle for survival. 

By Nuvole scientific communicators 

Painting workshops “Masks and emotions”: creative activity, differentiated by age groups, focused on face expressiveness. 
With painting and colors, children and their carers will be able to create faces and masks with the expressions they prefer, sticking to the ideas or transforming them according to their creativity.

- My eyes: for children aged 3 to 6 years.

– Between beautiful, ugly and pareidolia: for children aged 6 to 11 years. 

Carnival Sculptures
Lab on recycle for creating objects using creativity

Carnival dates how calculating Carnival date 
Activities on the lunar phases

Do you know? - Curiosities about Carnival

Games and fun activities by  “Lacci Sciolti” in the Gallery

Big show in  Newton hall – 1 pm
Visual comedy magic by Francesco La marca
Discovering Magic

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World day of life at Città della Scienza to discover all living beings – February 3rd – 4th

On the occasion of the World Day of Life to be celebrated on February 4th, Città della Scienza dedicates an entire weekend to the richness, variety and coexistence of various forms of life on  Earth. We will go to the discovery of all living beings: from the microscopic to the most complex ones, like man is. Several fun and engaging laboratories, activities and scientific demonstrations. Look at the program!

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Increasingly, investigations on  crimes find a turning point when killer’s DNA are extraced in traces of blood or other biological fluids, in order to compared with that of possible assassin! Be a RIS agent, analyze a crime scene and conduct a real investigation in search of the assassin with the laboratory “Chemistry and life: scene of crime!” The word “Bon-sai” (often mistakenly pronounced as bonzai or banzai) is a Japanese term which, literally translated, means “planted in a vase”. Saturday and Sunday find out more about this ancient technique with  “Bonsai: how to plant a tree in a vase” and “Kokedama: the magical world of plants without vase “ an opportunity to realize musk pearls with small flowering plants  .

Do you know how life was born on our planet ? Is there the possibility that life exists elsewhere in the cosmos? With “Vital Space” have fun playing with a multimedia lab. At Città della Scienza, chemistry, a fascinating and mysterious subject, will also be accessible to children! With “Chemistry of molecules“: games, construction activities, models to be manipulated to know the world of the infinitely small that surrounds us and the fundamental molecules of living beings.

A single drop of water can hide an extraordinarily various  microcosm. But which kind of water? Discover the world invisible to the naked eye, rich in a multitude of forms belonging to different groups of the animal and plant world with “Life in a drop of water“.

 

Nature through sounds, colors, smells and landscapes has been a source of inspiration for great artists for years. Learn the secrets, the most hidden curiosities of the landscape that surrounds us and creates figures and drawings using natural elements through the lab “Between science and art: draw with nature”  and discover the artist in you! Talking abou Life means talking about  plants! Plants are the living beings that make our life on Earth possible. With “Making a tree” you can learn more about the secret life of plants, the phases of the life cycle and with the help of a fantastic App, build a beautiful herbarium to take home!

In addition to the guided tours of a Corporea, the first interactive museum on the Human Body in Italy, the 2D shows “From the Earth to the Universe” of the new Planetarium wait for you for a wonderful journey from the first theories of Greek philosophers to the most modern telescopes and “Robot Explorers” to travel together with a probe, lander and orbiter inside our solar system.

“Who lives in the newbag’s house?” – guided tours to discover new guests. The man known closely the giant Heteropterix dilatata, the wonderful African dry mantis mantis and the African mantis stick. Welcome to our new guest, the Chromatopelma cyanopubescens or green-blue tarantula!

 

TICKET OFFICE

SCIENCE CENTRE
Adults € 10
Kids – teenagers (3-17 years) and over 65 € 7

PLANETARIUM
Adults and kids € 5

TICKET SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARIUM
Adults € 13
Kids – teenagers (3-17 years) and over 65 € 10

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INFO

Contact Centre
contact@cittadellascienza.it
+39 081.7352.258 +39 081.7352.259 +39 081.7352.220
+39 081.7352.222 – fax +39 081.7352.224
From Monday to Friday 8.30 am to 5 pm

SCIENCE CENTRE OPENING
Tuesday to Saturday 9 am to 5 pm
Sunday and holidays 10 am to 6 pm

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#TEACHERS2DAY – Every second tuesday of the month is for teachers at Città della Scienza

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Have you ever been to Corporea, the museum of  human body? And the new laboratories to experiment in science? Have your students alreadybeen at our Planetarium ? And do you already know how to plan a visit with your class?

On the second Tuesday of each month in Città della Scienza, we wait for teachers of all levels to inform them about our Museum and its activities as educational tools for the school system.
Meeting will start at 3:30 pm.

For participating you can  call or write to the Contact Center of Città della Scienza.

Who
for teachers of all levels

When
second tuesdays of the month: 3.30 to 5 pm
February 13th, March 13th, April 10th, May 8th, June 12th, 2018.

Where
At Città della Scienza,  Corporea entry.

Prize
Free entry for all teachers.

Booking
contact@cittadellascienza.it | 081 7352.220-222

Guided tour to Corporea
Corporea is an interactive museum entirely dedicated to the theme of health, biomedical sciences and technologies and prevention, based on the direct experimentation of phenomena by visitors. It is spread over more than 5.000 square meters and is a path dedicated to deepening the knowledge on the human body and biomedical sciences, but also an active place in the field of health promotion, healthy life styles as well as scientific and technological research.

“Talking” about biology
In Science, there is almost nothing boring: everything is mysterious, concentrated, enigmatic, fascinating. The best way to learn biology is, doubtless, to use a practical approach: this is the way to make real those concepts studied in books and to appreciate the importance of this subject. Starting from a few simple materials and using new technological devices, such as tablets and smartphones, we will make biology as a  practical and fun lesson.

Your class at Città della Scienza
The Museum and its activities as educational resources for the school: new ideas on planning a  visit of your class at Città della Scienza.

PROGRAMMA IN VIA DI DEFINIZIONE

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DISCOVERING HUMAN BODY – Weekend 27th and 28th january

Body is considered as a perfect machine but is it really like that? Are you ready to go on a journey to discover the human body and its secrets, wonders, curiosities and weaknesses? On January 27th and 28th at Città della Scienza, we will focus the functions of its equipment and systems with amusing and instructive laboratories, scientific demonstrations and activities. Look at the program!

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Prevention is better than care. Prevention of care in children is essential concerning the high incidence of dental conditions at that age. “Exploring oral cavity” is an activity aimed at informing children and adults on how to prevent the main diseases of the oral cavity through a path of education and game.
In addition, through sight control it is possible to evaluate any sight disease in order to identify possible pathologies! What are you waiting for? Only for Saturday 27th, with “Let’s look each other”: submit to the screening test for the qualitative determination of sight.
Is it really true that “who sleeps does not catch fish”? What’s behind nightmares and dreams? For a long time they passed as a passive phenomenon, sleep seems today as a real form of brain activity! Only for Sunday, January 28th, with “Destination sleep: a journey into the kingdom of Morpheus” enters the kingdom of Morpheus god of dreams, son of Ipno (God of sleep) and of Night, explores what are the chronobiological phenomena our vital functions, and find out if you are …… lark, owl, swift or pelican.
Are you strong enough to dissect a real bull’s-eye? Find out in the laboratory “With open eyes” in his role as an anatomist will deepen the study of the eye and the parts that compose it.
Have you ever wondered why you look more like mom or dad? It’s all about DNA! With “I’m unique”, a fun game will take you to discover the characteristics of an individual and others.
Do you like to investigate your body? From a simple observation under the microscope it becomes a game for finding out systems and organs? “We are like that” let you challenge a look magnified thousands of times!
And again, do not miss “Waling in the human body”, a guided tour on some of the most important apparatuses of your body. Have fun to order, color and rebuild the equipment inside your body!
For the most ingenious “The robotic hand”, laboratory of anatomy in which we deepen different types of movement, the sensitivity of our hand and recreate a model of hand able to move. Fun is guaranteed!
And if some simple cotton part became more cute bones than a skeleton? With “Dancing Skeletons”, study our skeletal muscle system and recreate with cotton for a small skeleton to take away with you at home.
Only for Sunday 28 do not miss the appointment with “Your fingerprint”: the alternation of ridge and grooves on the fingertips is different and specific for each of us, so that the fingerprint can be used as a second identity card that characterizes us at the end of our life. But is it really like that?

In addition to the guided tours of a Corporea, the first interactive museum on the Human Body in Italy, the 2D shows “From the Earth to the Universe” of the new Planetarium wait for you for a wonderful journey from the first theories of Greek philosophers to the most modern telescopes and “Robot Explorers” to travel together with a probe, lander and orbiter inside our solar system.

“Who lives in the newbag’s house?” – guided tours to discover new guests. The man known closely the giant Heteropterix dilatata, the wonderful African dry mantis mantis and the African mantis stick. Welcome to our new guest, the Chromatopelma cyanopubescens or green-blue tarantula!

TICKET OFFICE

SCIENCE CENTRE
Adults € 10
Kids – teenagers (3-17 years) and over 65 € 7

PLANETARIUM
Adults and kids € 5

TICKET SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARIUM
Adults € 13
Kids – teenagers (3-17 years) and over 65 € 10

BUY ONLINE TICKET!

INFO

Contact Centre
contact@cittadellascienza.it
+39 081.7352.258 +39 081.7352.259 +39 081.7352.220
+39 081.7352.222 – fax +39 081.7352.224
From Monday to Friday 8.30 am to 5 pm

SCIENCE CENTRE OPENING
Tuesday to Saturday 9 am to 5 pm
Sunday and holidays 10 am to 6 pm

SABATO 27 GENNAIO

Show Planetario 2D “Dalla Terra all’Universo”
Un viaggio alla scoperta del cielo, dalle teorie degli antichi astronomi Greci ai grandi telescopi odierni.
Alle ore 9.30 -11.30 – 13.30 – 15.30
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario

Show Planetario 2D “Robot explorers”
Sonde, lander, orbiter e satelliti: i robot esploratori vi porteranno alla scoperta del nostro Sistema Solare!
Alle ore 10.30 – 12.30 – 14.30
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario

Visite guidate alla mostra Corporea
Alle ore 9.15 – 10.15 – 11.15 – 12.15 – 14.15 – 16.15
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Corporea

Chi abita la nuova casa degli insetti?
Alle ore 11.15 – 12.15 – 13.15 – 15.15 – 16.15
Durata 45’
Prenotazioni e partenza dall’ingresso Corporea (massimo 25 persone a turno)
Per tutti

Esplorando il cavo orale
Attività mirata a informare bambini ed adulti su come prevenire le principali patologie del cavo orale attraverso un percorso di istruzione e gioco. Divertendosi con la piramide odonto-alimentare, verrà illustrato come prevenire la carie attraverso una sana alimentazione; i bambini coloreranno una bocca gigante e la spazzoleranno per simulare la rimozione di placca batterica e residui alimentari. Al termine del percorso potrai ritirare un fantastico gadget!
Dalle ore 9.00 alle ore 17.00
Lab 1 – Piano terra Corporea
Per tutti
A cura di: Prof.ssa Clelia Mazza, Prof. Alberta Mazza, Dott.ssa Maura Andretta, Dr. Ivan De Cesare, Dott.ssa M. Antonietta Santoro, Dr. Franco Franchini, Dott.ssa Annalisa Ciaravolo, Dott.ssa Giusy Trillicoso, Dott.ssa Miriam Germinara

Guardiamoci negli occhi
Screening visivi a cosa servono? Attraverso il controllo della vista è possibile valutare eventuali disturbi visivi e individuare possibili patologie! Cosa aspetti? Sottoponiti al test di screening per la determinazione qualitativa della vista (senza metodi invasivi).
Dalle ore 9.00 alle ore 17.00
Lab 2 – Piano terra Corporea
Per tutti
A cura di: Istituto Superiore “M. Pagano –G.L. Bernini” e con il Prof Michele Gagliardi, Prof.ssa Riccarda d’Onofrio

Ad occhi aperti
Sei forte abbastanza per dissezionare un VERO occhio di bue? Attraverso un esperimento di anatomia comparata approfondiremo lo studio dell’occhio e delle parti che lo compongono.
Alle ore 10.30 – 12.30 – 15.30
Durata 45’
Lab 3 – Secondo piano Corporea
Per tutti – Non adatto a bambini di età inferiore ai 12 anni

Siamo fatti così
Il nostro organismo ingrandito migliaia di volte! Capelli, sangue, saliva, pelle, muscoli: osserva al microscopio preparati istologici e allestisci vetrini a fresco. Riesci a indovinare di quali sistemi e organi si tratta?
Alle ore 9.30 – 11.30 – 14.30
Durata 45’
Lab 3 – Secondo piano Corporea
Per bambini dai 7 anni in su

Scheletri danzanti
E se dei semplici cotton fioc divenissero simpatiche ossa di uno scheletrino? Studia il nostro sistema muscolo scheletrico e ricrea con dei cotton fioc un piccolo scheletro da portare via con te a casa.
Alle ore 10.30 – 12.15 – 14.00
Durata 45’
Piano terra Corporea
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea fino a esaurimento posti
Per bambini dagli 8 anni in su (Max 25 bambini a turno)

Sono unico
Somigli a mamma o papà? Ce lo svela il DNA! Un divertente gioco ti porterà alla scoperta delle caratteristiche di un individuo e di come queste si trasmettono da una generazione all’altra.
Alle ore 9.30 – 11.30 – 15.00 – 16.00
Durata 30’
Piano terra Corporea
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea fino a esaurimento posti
Per bambini dai 7 ai 12 anni (Max 25 bambini a turno)

A spasso nel corpo umano
Visita guidata tematizzata su alcuni tra i più importanti apparati del tuo corpo. Divertiti a ritagliare, colorare e ricostruire nel giusto ordine gli apparati all’interno del tuo corpo!
Alle ore 10.00 – 12.00 – 15.00
Durata 45’
Spazio antistante Open Lab – Piano terra Corporea
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea fino a esaurimento posti
Per bambini dai 7 in su (Max 25 bambini a turno)

La mano “robotica”
Approfondisci in questo laboratorio l’anatomia, le modalità di movimento, la sensibilità della nostra mano e ricrea un modellino di mano in grado di muoversi. Il divertimento è assicurato!
Alle ore 11.00 – 13.00 – 16.00
Durata 45’
Spazio antistante Open Lab- Piano terra Corporea
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea fino a esaurimento posti
Per bambini dai 7 in su (Max 25 bambini a turno)

DOMENICA 28 GENNAIO

Show Planetario 2D “Dalla Terra all’Universo”
Un viaggio alla scoperta del cielo, dalle teorie degli antichi astronomi Greci ai grandi telescopi odierni.
Alle ore 10.30 – 12.30 – 14.30 – 16.30
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario

Show Planetario 2D “Robot explorers”
Sonde, lander, orbiter e satelliti: i robot esploratori vi porteranno alla scoperta del nostro Sistema Solare!
Alle ore 11.30 – 13.30 – 15.30
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario

Visite guidate alla mostra Corporea
Alle ore 10.15 – 11.15 – 12.15 – 14.15 – 15.15 – 16.15 – 17.15
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Corporea

Chi abita la nuova casa degli insetti?
Alle ore 11.15 – 12.15 – 13.15 – 15.15 – 16.15 – 17.15
Durata 45’
Prenotazioni e partenza dall’ingresso Corporea (massimo 25 persone a turno)
Per tutti

Esplorando il cavo orale
Attività mirata a informare bambini ed adulti su come prevenire le principali patologie del cavo orale attraverso un percorso di istruzione e gioco. Divertendosi con la piramide odonto-alimentare, verrà illustrato come prevenire la carie attraverso una sana alimentazione; i bambini coloreranno una bocca gigante e la spazzoleranno per simulare la rimozione di placca batterica e residui alimentari. Al termine del percorso potrai ritirare un fantastico gadget!
Dalle ore 10.00 alle 18.00
Lab 1 – Piano terra Corporea
Per tutti
A cura di: Prof.ssa Clelia Mazza, Prof. Alberta Mazza, Dott.ssa Maura Andretta, Dr. Ivan De Cesare, Dott.ssa M. Antonietta Santoro, Dr. Franco Franchini, Dott.ssa Annalisa Ciaravolo, Dott.ssa Giusy Trillicoso, Dott.ssa Miriam Germinara

Destinazione sonno: un viaggio nel regno di Morfeo
È proprio vero che “chi dorme non piglia pesci”? Cosa si cela dietro gli incubi e i sogni? Per molto tempo considerato come un fenomeno passivo, semplice risultato automatico di una perdita di stimolazioni sensoriali, il sonno appare oggi come un’ autentica forma di attività cerebrale.
Meccanismi affascinanti controllano quanto dormiamo e quando dormiamo, secondo un ritmo che si ripete ogni giorno, scandito da un orologio biologico interno. Seguici nel regno di Morfeo dio dei sogni, figlio di Ipno (dio del sonno) e di Notte, in un viaggio appassionante per entrare in uno
dei fenomeni cronobiologici essenziali per il controllo delle nostre funzioni vitali, del tempo del nostro corpo e della nostra mente, e scoprire se sei……allodola, gufo, rondone o pellicano.
Alle ore 10.45 – 12.00
Durata 45’
Lab 3 – Secondo piano Corporea
Per tutti
A cura di: II Clinica Neurologica e Centro Malattie Rare, Dipartimento di Scienze Mediche, Chirurgiche, Neurologiche, Metaboliche, e dell’Invecchiamento & Centro Interuniversitario di Ricerca in Neuroscienze (CIRN); Università degli Studi della Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”, e con la Prof.ssa Marina Melone, Dr. Guglielmo Capaldo, Dr. Clemente Dato

Ad occhi aperti
Sei forte abbastanza per dissezionare un VERO occhio di bue? Attraverso un esperimento di anatomia comparata approfondiremo lo studio dell’occhio e delle parti che lo compongono.
Alle ore 10.30 – 12.30 – 15.30
Durata 45’
Lab 2 – Piano terra Corporea
Per tutti – Non adatto a bambini di età inferiore ai 12 anni

Siamo fatti così
Il nostro organismo ingrandito migliaia di volte! Capelli, sangue, saliva, pelle muscoli: osserva al microscopio preparati istologici e allestisci vetrini a fresco. Riesci a indovinare di quali sistemi e organi si tratta?
Alle ore 11.30 – 14.30 – 16.30
Durata 45’
Lab 2 – Piano terra Corporea
Per bambini dai 7 anni in su

A spasso nel corpo umano
Visita guidata tematizzata su alcuni tra i più importanti apparati del tuo corpo. Divertiti a ritagliare, colorare e ricostruire nel giusto ordine gli apparati all’interno del tuo corpo!
Alle ore 10.00 – 12.00 – 15.00
Durata 45’
Spazio antistante Open lab- Piano terra Corporea
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea fino a esaurimento posti
Per bambini dai 7 in su (Max 25 bambini a turno)

La mano robotica
Approfondisci in questo laboratorio l’anatomia, le modalità di movimento, la sensibilità della nostra mano e ricrea un modellino di mano in grado di muoversi. Il divertimento è assicurato!
Alle ore 11.00 – 13.00 – 16.00
Durata 45’
Spazio antistante Open lab- Piano terra Corporea
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea fino a esaurimento posti
Per bambini dagli 7 anni in su (Max 25 bambini a turno)

Sono unico
Somigli a mamma o papà? Ce lo svela il DNA! Un divertente gioco ti porterà alla scoperta delle caratteristiche di un individuo e di come queste si trasmettono da una generazione all’altra.
Alle ore 10.30 – 12.00 – 15.00 – 17.00
Durata 30’
Piano terra Corporea
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea fino a esaurimento posti
Per bambini dai 7 ai 12 anni (Max 25 bambini a turno)

Un’impronta digitale è per sempre
Detta anche fingerprint, l’impronta digitale è il risultato di disegni che l’alternanza di creste e solchi forma sui polpastrelli in modo diverso e specifico per ognuno di noi, tanto che risultano essere una seconda carta d’identità che ci caratterizza dall’inizio alla fine della nostra vita. Ma è davvero così?
Alle ore 11.15 – 13.15 – 16.15
Durata 30’
Piano terra Corporea
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea fino a esaurimento posti
Per bambini dai 7 ai 12 anni (Max 25 bambini a turno)

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WELCOME GREEN BOTTLE BLUE TARANTULA!

Da questo weekend non farti sfuggire l’emozione di conoscere più da vicino la nuova ospite della Casa degli Insetti di Città della Scienza: direttamente dagli ambienti desertici e aridi del Venezuela, potrete ammirare la fantastica Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens o tarantola verde-blu!

Otto zampe blu elettrico, un cefalotorace verde bottiglia intenso, un addome arancio-bruno acceso:  certamente con i suoi colori vibranti e vividi, la nostra tarantola verde-blu  non passa inosservata!
Di carattere iperattivo, scattante, “nervosetto”, vorace, l’ultima arrivata ama costruire estese e fitte tele all’entrata della sua tana, che le hanno valso la fama di essere una delle tarantole più tessitrici al mondo.
Per le altre curiosità e segreti su questo “gioellino” della natura, non vi resta che venire a trovarci!

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BIGLIETTERIA

SCIENCE CENTRE
Adulti € 10,00
Ridotto bambini e ragazzi (3-17 anni) e over 65 € 7,00

PLANETARIO
Ingresso unico adulti e bambini € 5,00

BIGLIETTO INTEGRATO SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARIO
Adulti € 13,00
Ridotto bambini e ragazzi (3-17 anni) e over 65 € 10,00

ACQUISTA ONLINE IL BIGLIETTO E SALTA LA FILA

INFO SU ORARI ED EVENTI

Contact Centre
contact@cittadellascienza.it
+39 081.7352.258 +39 081.7352.259 +39 081.7352.220 +39 081.7352.222
fax +39 081.7352.224
Il Servizio è attivo dal lunedì al venerdì dalle ore 8.30 alle ore 17.00

ORARI E GIORNI DI APERTURA DEL SCIENCE CENTRE
dal martedì al sabato ore 9.00 – 17.00
domenica e festivi ore 10.00 – 18.00

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THE GAME – Weekend at Science Centre January, 20th and 21th

 “Playing while learnig” is what’s happening every week end at Città della Scienza where children en they learn staying in community, respecting the rules, winning as well as  loosing; they grow and develop not only the physical, but also the intellect.

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Playing for children is a serious matter! On 20th  and 21st  January in Città della Scienza, challenges, scientific demonstrations, team games, quizzes and much more await you to test your skills and challenge your friends on science topics.

Playing is not only fun, but it is the best way to get to know each other, to compare each other, to grow together with others. Only for Saturday, January 20th, do not miss the chance to participate in “What I do to feel good“. Find out how social relationships, nutrition, being active and the ability to express one’s emotions and to capture those of others are signs of healthy and harmonious growth.

With “Science in Play” explores the path of interactive exhibits and games built with poor material and selected to give back to children the possibility and the pleasure of discovering, playing, scientific concepts and technical skills.

Have you ever imagined that molecules, microscopic particles, move at different speeds when placed in an electric field? Between gels, pipettes, tubes you will discover the technique of electrophoresis with the appointments, scheduled for Sunday, January 21st , of “BioMoleCularLAB: Migrating molecules”

Who said science is not a fun show? With Fun Science you will be involved in colorful experiments and themed games for young and adult scientists, “biological” crosswords, colored gels and molecule models.

Do not miss the events on Saturday and Sunday with ” Motor Activities and Psycho-physical Wellness: find out if your movements are balanced, quick and precise through a series of simple and fun physical exercises!

Bright drawings, shadows and magic, with the Games of light workshop, you can photograph the light in all its shapes and colors, exploring the frequencies! Do not miss!

And for sports fans, football is not just about emotions, it’s also a matter of physics! A high rebound characterizes a good ball? Who plays tennis on the synthetic lawn can also play on clay courts? Is it better to have a smooth or rough ball? Find out by participating in the activity Physics in the ball.

Do not miss the appointment with The missile launcher“: did you know that in a paper airplane there is a lot more science than you imagine? Challenge your friends, building the airplane of the form you prefer and trying to launch it as far as possible!

Sunday, January 21 have fun playing the Marine Memory to test your mnemonic skills and discover the most bizarre curiosity about the creatures living  our seas.

And again, try to challenge a shrewd Merchant in The Fair Merchant in Science, a revisited version of the traditional card game between scientific instruments and leading scientists of all ages. Fun (and hopefully, the prize) is guaranteed!

In addition to ordinary guided tours in Corporea, the first interactive museum on the Human Body in Italy, don’t  miss “Corporea in game“, a guided tour on the exhibits dedicated to the game as a form of learning on the human body, hidden among the Museum’s floors.

The 2D shows From the Earth to the Universe of the new Planetarium are waiting for you for a wonderful journey from the first theories of the Greek philosophers to the most modern telescopes and Robot Explorers to travel together with probes, landers and orbiters inside of our solar system.

Who lives in the new house of insects?” – guided tours to discover new guests. You will learn about the giant Heteropterix dilatata, the wonderful African dry mantis and the African mantis stick.

TICKET OFFICE

SCIENCE CENTRE
Adults  € 10
Kids – teenagers  (3-17 years) and over 65    € 7
PLANETARIUM
Adults and kids  € 5
TICKET SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARIUM
Adults  € 13
Kids – teenagers (3-17 years) and over 65  € 10

ONLINE ticket

INFO

Contact Centre
contact@cittadellascienza.it
+39 081.7352.258 +39 081.7352.259 +39 081.7352.220
+39 081.7352.222 – fax +39 081.7352.224
From Monday to Friday 8.30 am to 5 pm

SCIENCE CENTRE OPENING
Tuesday to Saturday 9 am to 5 pm
Sunday and holidays 10 am to 6 pm

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Weekends at Città della Scienza, January 13th and 14th – Winter

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Snow and its white color are the symbol of the winter season. This weekend  on the occasion of the World Snow Day celebrated on January 17th, in Città della Scienza there will be many laboratories  about  water cycle with fun insights on the snow and ice that characterize the coldest season of the year! Come and discover the program to learn by playing and having fun!

Young  scientists can experience “Traveling with a drop of water“, a path dedicated to the water cycle, to the recognition of the different “forms” of water, its properties and how they change  according to different  states.

“Thunderstorm activity”: Lightning strikes are fascinating phenomena that are seen, felt and for some people are also scary; sometimes they can cause death. Let’s know them deeply. Have fun embodying a modern “Jupiter” and make a thunder appearing  in the palm of your hand, building a projector that turns the image into a 3D thunder.

Doors, walls, windows and windows: even the house dresses in winter! Take part in the “Snowflakes” a creative  workshop and make one to take home! You will find in this lab that more than 3000 different ice crystals have been classified!

Only for Sunday 14, for the little ones, “The animals of the ice” – find out what the animals are living on the ice and what adaptations they have put in place to survive at low temperatures. Play a glacial environment and have fun, with imagination, to populate it in a nice 3D collage.

Do not lose the emotion of being a paleoanthropologist through the discovery of Otzi – a perfectly preserved mummy re-emerged in the ice of the Alps, throwing light on the habits of the Neolithic men with the workshop “Otzi – The Mummy of the Ice“.

Finally, “Science in a staple” – a workshop to learn  fun issues about  snow and its mode of training and reproduce an artificial snowman.

Besides the guided tours of Corporea, the first interactive museum on the Human Body in Italy, Planetarium shows are available: the 2D shows “From the Earth to the Universe” of the new Planetarium are waiting for a wonderful journey from the first theories of Greek philosophers to the most modern telescopes and “Robot Explorers” to travel with probes, landers and orbiters in our solar system.

Who lives in the new house of insects?” – visite guided to the discovery of new guests. You will learn about the giant Heteropterix dilatata, the wonderful African dry mantis and the African mantis stick.

TICKET OFFICE

SCIENCE CENTRE
Adults € 10
kids – teenagers  (3-17 years) and over 65    € 7
PLANETARIUM
Adults and kids € 5
TICKET SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARIUM
Adults € 13
Kids – teenagers (3-17 years) and over 65 € 10

ONLINE ticket

INFO

Contact Centre
contact@cittadellascienza.it
+39 081.7352.258 +39 081.7352.259 +39 081.7352.220 +39 081.7352.222
fax +39 081.7352.224
From Monday to Friday 8.30 am to 5 pm

SCIENCE CENTRE OPENING
Tuesday to Saturday 9 am to 5 pm
Sunday and holidays 10 am to 6 pm

SATURDAY JANUARY 13th 

UNMISSBLE!

“From Earth to Universe Show” Planetarium 2D 
Discovering our Planet
9.30 -  11.30 – 1.30 pm –  3.30 pm
30’ minutes
Booking at Ticket office

Show Planetario 2D “Robot explorers”
Discovering Solar System
10.30 – 12.30 pm – 2.30 pm
30’
Booking at Ticket office

Guided tours to Corporea
9.15 – 10.15 – 11.15 – 12.15 – 1.15 pm – 3.15 pm- 4.15 pm – 
45’ min
Adults and kids
Corporea

Who lives in the new Bags’ house?
 10.15 – 11.15 – 12.15 pm – 1.15 pm – 3.15 pm – 4.15 pm
45’
Adults and kids
Corporea ( max 25 people )

Science in a flake
creative and Educational Lab
10.30 – 12.30 pm – 3 pm
Corporea Ground Floor
45’
Children over 6 years  (Max 15 any lab)

Travelling in a water drop
A path focused on water and its changes according to different states
9.30 – 11.30 – 2.15 pm - 4 pm 
30’
Lab 1- Piano Terra Corporea
Corporea Ground Floor

ThunderStorm activity
Educational and creative Lab
9.30 – 11.30 – 2 pm - 3 pm
45’
GnamVillage
Children over 8 years (Max 20 any lab)

Snowflakes
Creative Lab.
10.30 – 12.30 pm –  4pm
 30’
 GnamVillage
Children over 8 years (Max 20 any lab)

SUNDAY JANUARY 14th

UNMISSBLE!

“From Earth to Universe Show” Planetarium 2D 
Discovering our Planet
10.30 -  12.30 pm– 2.30 pm –  4.30 pm
30’ minutes
Booking at Ticket office

Show Planetario 2D “Robot explorers”
Discovering Solar System
11.30 – 1.30 pm – 4.30 pm
30’
Booking at Ticket office

Guided tours to Corporea
10.15 – 11.15 – 12.15 – 1.15 pm – 3.15 pm- 4.15 pm – 5.15 pm
45’ min
Adults and kids
Corporea

Who lives in the new Bags’ house?
11.15 – 12.15 pm – 1.15 pm – 3.15 pm – 4.15 pm – 5.15 pm
45’
Adults and kids
Corporea ( max 25 people )

Science in a flake
creative and Educational Lab
10.30 – 12.30 pm – 3.30 pm
Corporea Ground Floor
45’
Children over 6 years  (Max 15 any lab)

Snowflakes
Creative Lab.
10.30 – 12.30 pm –  3 pm
 30’
 GnamVillage
Children over 8 years (Max 20 any lab)

Otzi – The Mummy of the Ice
Being a paleoanthropologist through the discovery of Otzi
11.30 am – 2.30 pm
45’
GnamVillage
Kids aged betweem 8 to12 years (massimo 10 children)

Animals from Ice land 
Creative Lab using 3D collage
Ore 11.30 am – 2 pm - 4 pm - 5 pm
45’
Corporea Ground Floor
Kids over 6 years (Max 20 any lab)

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Epiphany Party at Città della Scienza

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JANUARY 6th, 2018
From 10 to 2 pm

CHILDREN FREE (UP TO 12)

Saturday January 6th, 2018, from 10 to 6 pm, we will celebrate Epiphany together! A day full of science and entertainment, in the tradition of Città della Scienza: laboratories, experiments, star gazing and 3 science shows for adults and children!

In detail:
- Observations of the sky with the telescope in the square of music and show on comets, by Neapolitan Astrophiles Union;
- The Epiphany comet. Show and stellar projections by the Neapolitan Astrophiles Union
- 3 Science show by “Le Nuvole”: Epiphany is a question of chemistry (with curiosity and scientific demonstrations on the gifts of the Magi Kings and the sweets of the Befana); Epiphany riding a comet (with spectacular special effects of water vapor …) and INcalzaNO insects (to watch the secrets of these incredible infallible predators and masterpieces of camouflage);
- Scientific demonstrations of molecular biology to illustrate with simple activities the technique of electrophoresis, a cure of the Department of Biology of the University of Naples Federico II;
- Microscopic observations of marine organisms with fluorescence, a cure of the Anton Dohrn Zoological Station;
- Painting workshops and optical illusions for children;
- The Circus of Rudinì, an animation show that enchants everyone.

INFO
Contact Centre
contact@cittadellascienza.it 
+39 081.7352.258 +39 081.7352.259 +39 081.7352.220 +39 081.7352.222
fax +39 081.7352.224

OPENING
From 10 to 6 pm

TICKET OFFICE
From 10 to 2 pm free entry for children up to 12 years 

SCIENCE CENTRE
Adults € 10
kids (3-17 anni) and over 65 € 7
PLANETARIUM
Adults and kids € 5
TICKET SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARIUM
Adulti € 13
Kids(3-17 anni) and over 65 € 10,00

Buy ticket!
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PHYSICS SEMINARS 2018

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This year the seminaries of the National Institute of Nuclear Physics (INFN) and of the Physics Department of the Federico II University of Naples are taking up again this year at the Città della Scienza in Naples. The seminars, addressed to high school students, deal with topics in all areas of INFN and Department research and tell the most fascinating and crucial issues of modern physics: from macro to micro-microsm; from the study of neutrinos to the discovery of the Higgs boson and to the concept of mass; from the concept of energy to the physics of the stars and the most catastrophic phenomena of the Universe.

These seminar cycles, which have been taking place in the Città della Scienza for the last 6 years, should be consolidated as the third mission of research centers and universities, which is the fundamental objective that these institutions have to dialogue with society, and to mission of Città della Scienza which is the scientific divulgation between formal and non-formal teaching. The aim of these meetings is to combine formal learning (at schools, universities, etc.) with non-formal learning (at museums, aquariums, etc.) to promote skills and careers in STEAM (Science, Techonology, Engineering, Arts and Math) and to support people in playing an active role in increasingly democratic and technological societies.

Città della Scienza | January-May 2018 | 10 am 12 pm
School intersted can get in touch with Città della Scienza Contact Center:
Ph. 081.73.52.220-222
e-mail contact@cittadellascienza.it.

INFNapoli e UNINA

PROGRAM 2018 edition

Program of the 2018 edition is divided into 18 seminars that will be held in Città della Scienza from January to May, from 10 am to 12 pm.

LAST EDITIONS PROGRAMS

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MAKE SCIENCE AS YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFT

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Città della Scienza is ready to start a new year full of new activities and of science.

Come and join us to have fun with a rich program of events!

Next Sunday there will be last date with “The Tree of Life: the Neozoic …“: from the first cells to the most complex organisms, step by step, weekend after week end, we will decorate our Tree of life life with clay objects, created by children.

For the most creative there is a special lab Holidays Origami to create special to give to anyone you want.

Did you know that 50 to 100 billion cells die every day in a human being and they reform it just as much? Explore the microscopic (and not) cell world through the “New Year, new cells” workshop. Let yourself be inspired by the words of an animated fairy tale and realize your personalized design by participating in the “Animated Reading” workshop. “Epiphany” - Waiting for the Befana Party do not miss the opportunity to build the nice taumatropio to get sweeties.


In addition there will be guided tours to Corporea, the first Italian interactive museum on the Human Body, and Planetarium shows:Robot Explorers (3D) and From the Earth to the Universe (2D) for a wonderful journey to discover the System Solar with probe, lander, orbiter and satellites.
“Who lives in the new bags’ house?” – guided tours to discover new guests. The man known closely the giant Heteropterix dilatata, the wonderful African dry mantis and the African mantis stick.

We wait for you!

ORDINARY  PRICES LIST

SCIENCE CENTRE
Adults € 10,00
Children (3-17 years) and over 65 € 7,00

PLANETARY
Adults and children € 5,00

SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARY TICKET
Adults € 13,00
Children (3-17 years) and over 65 € 10,00

BUY ONLINE TICKET!

INFORMATION

Contact Centre
contact@cittadellascienza.it
+39 081.7352.258 +39 081.7352.259 +39 081.7352.220 +39 081.7352.222
fax +39 081.7352.224

OPENING TIMES

SCIENCE CENTRE OPENINGS
Monday to Saturday 9 am  – 5 pm
Sunday and holidays 10 am – 6 pm
Closed on Monday

On December 24th and 31st  Città della Scienza will be open from 10 am to 2 pm

PROGRAM FROM JANUARY 3rd TO 7th

WEDNESDAY JANUARY 3rd

WEDNESDAY JANUARY 3rd

“From Earth to Universe Show” Planetarium 2D 
Discovering our Planet
9.30- 10.30 – 11.30 – 12.30  1.30 – 2.30 – 3.30 pm
30’ minutes
Booking Ticket office

Guided tours to Corporea
10 –  12.15 pm – 2.30 pm – 3.30 pm
45’ min
Adults and kids
Corporea

Who lives in the new Bags’ house?
10.15 – 1.15 pm – 3.15  pm
45’
Adults and kids
Corporea ( max 25 people)

Animated readings
Creative Lab.
 9.30 – 12 – 3 pm
Corporea Ground Floor
Children over 5 years

La befana e un giro di scopa
Creative Lab. Make yor personal thaumatrope
 11 – 2 pm
Corporea Ground Floor
Children over 7 years
Corporea ( max 25 people)

THURSDAY JANUARY 4th

THURSDAY JANUARY 4th

“From Earth to Universe Show” Planetarium 2D 
Discovering our Planet
9.30- 10.30 – 11.30 – 12.30  1.30 – 2.30 – 3.30 pm
30’ minutes
Booking Ticket office

Guided tours to Corporea
10 –  12.15 pm – 2.30 pm – 3.30 pm
45’ min
Adults and kids
Corporea

Who lives in the new Bags’ house?
10.15 – 1.15 pm – 3 pm
45’
Adults and kids
Corporea ( max 25 people)

Christmas Origami!
3D origami!
Corporea Ground Floor
 10 – 12 
Children over 5 years

Three wise man legend 
Creative lab
 11 – 1 pm  - 2 pm
Corporea Ground Floor
Corporea ( max 25 people)

New Year, new cells…
Travelling through cells’ world.
11.30 -  4 pm
45’ minutes
Lab 1- Corporea Ground Floor
Adults and kids

FRIDAY JANUARY 5th

FRIDAY JANUARY 5th

“From Earth to Universe Show” Planetarium 2D 
Discovering our Planet
9.30- 10.30 – 11.30 – 12.30  1.30 – 2.30 – 3.30 pm
30’ minutes
Booking Ticket office

Guided tours to Corporea
10 – 12.15 pm – 2.30 – 3. 30
45’ min
Adults and kids
Corporea

Who lives in the new Bags’ house?
10.15  – 1.15 pm – 3.15 pm
45’
Adults and kids
Corporea ( max 25 people )

Animated Readings
Creative lab
9.30 – 12 - 3
 Corporea Ground Floor
Children over 5 years

Epiphany
Creative Lab!
 11 - 2 pm
 Corporea Ground Floor
Children over 7 years
Corporea ( max 25 people )

SATURDAY JANUARY 6th

SATURDAY JANUARY 6th

Saturday January 6th, 2018, from 10 to 6 pm, we will celebrate Epiphany together! A day full of science and entertainment, in the tradition of Città della Scienza: laboratories, experiments, star gazing and 3 science shows for adults and children!

In detail:
Observations of the sky with the telescope in the square of music and show on comets, by Neapolitan Astrophiles Union;
- The Epiphany comet. Show and stellar projections by the Neapolitan Astrophiles Union
3 Science show by “Le Nuvole”: Epiphany is a question of chemistry (with curiosity and scientific demonstrations on the gifts of the Magi Kings and the sweets of the Befana); Epiphany riding a comet (with spectacular special effects of water vapor …) and INcalzaNO insects (to watch the secrets of these incredible infallible predators and masterpieces of camouflage);
- Scientific demonstrations of molecular cuisine to illustrate with simple activities the technique of electrophoresis, a cure of the Department of Biology of the University of Naples Federico II;
Microscopic observations of marine organisms with fluorescence, a cure of the Anton Dohrn Zoological Station;
Painting workshops and optical illusions for children;
The Circus of Rudinì, an animation show that enchants everyone.

SUNDAY JANUARY 7th

SUNDAY JANUARY 7th

“From Earth to Universe Show” Planetarium 2D 
Discovering our Planet
9.30- 10.30 – 11.30 – 12.30  1.30 – 2.30 – 3.30 -4.30 pm
30’ minutes
Booking Ticket office

Guided tours to Corporea
10.15 – 11.15 – 12.15 – 1.15 pm – 3.15 pm- 4.15 pm – 5.15
45’ min
Adults and kids
Corporea

Who lives in the new Bags’ house?
 10.15 – 11.15 – 12.15 – 2.15 – 3.15 – 4.15 – 5.15
45’
Adults and kids
Corporea ( max 25 people )

New years, New cells…
Travelling into the world of cells.
3 pm  - 4 pm  – 5 pm
45’
Corporea Ground Floor 
Adults and kids

Treasure hunt  … using smartphones
Scientific treasure hunt
Alle ore 12 - 3 pm
60’ 
hildren from 8 to 12 years (max 15 children)

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Christmas at Città della Scienza – December 8th, 9th and 10th, 2017

Città della Scienza is ready to open its door in the most beatiful moment of the year: Christmas! 

It’s Christmas time at Città della Scienza! Workshops and fun approaching Christmas celebration. Come and join us to discover a rich program to learn by playing and having fun!
The Christmas party is a symbol of new life! Let’s retrace together the stages of the origin of life with the workshop “The tree of life: When it all began …“: from the first cells to the most complex organisms, step by step, weekend after week end, we will decorate our Tree of life with the silhouettes, reproduced in clay by children.
Christmas Time” will let you jump into Christmas celebration all around the world: food curiosities and legends of many countries belonging o the Christmas period. What are you waiting for? Create and hang the flag of your favorite country to the tree!
With Tinkering your creativity is limitess: “Christmas robots!” It allows you to build nice robots that design enhancing your ingenuity!
The “legend of the Three Wise Men” – a creative funny workshop that will lead you to the creation of a
And for those who have an artistic vein, try “Graffiti art … Christmas“: the thrill of “scratching” a surface to leave a mark!
The atmosphere of Christmas, through the sounds, the lights and the magical air of the holidays opens children’s imagination and their desire to dream; writing a letter to Santa Claus in the workstation “A desire going to the North Pole“.
Children cannot miss “Slime Skifidol of Christmas” workshop to find out how to make a perfect slime to gift!
Only for Saturday, December 9th, the scientific demonstration “Extended family” will take you to the discovery of our origins, between truth and false beliefs, on monkeys and hominids.
Sunday, December 10th, take the opportunity to participate in the “Coccinella robot” programming laboratory to learn programming through the game.

In addition to guided visits to Corporea, the first interactive museum on the Human Body in Italy, there will be “Robot Explorers” (3D) and “From Earth to the Universe” (2D) shows of the new Planetarium for a wonderful journey to discover the System Solar with probe, lander, orbiter and satellites.
Last chance to discover the meaning of the four elements water, fire, earth and air for the human being. Learn from nature by the Goethe Institute Umdenken. Last trip to the North Pole, with the exhibition on the Artic in collaboration with the CNR. What are you waiting for? Come and discover them for the last weekend in Città della Scienza!
Who lives in the new bags’ house? – guided tour of the giant Eurycnema versirubra, 27 centimeter long stick insect, the marvelous African dry leaf mantis and the African stick mantis.

Information and reservations online and at the ticket office.
Come and discover the rich program!
We wait for you!

VENERDÌ 8 DICEMBRE

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Science Centre Reopening December 5th, 2017

After the meeting that took place yesterday, November 30th, with Commissioner  Giuseppe Albano the workers revoke the state of strike and block activities and from December 1 to work for the restoration of ordinary administration and to plan a new birth of Città della Scienza.

Therefore, we are glad to announce that the Science Centre will be reopened on Tuesday December 5th.

For any info:

Contact Center
contact@cittadellascienza.it
+39 081.7352.258 +39 081.7352.259 +39 081.7352.220 +39 081.7352.222
fax +39 081.7352.224
From Monday to Friday from 8.30 am to 5 pm

 

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Healthy Autumn – next week end at Città della Scienza

During this week end at Città della Scienza - Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd, October  – we discover how to spend the fall in health with a rich program of games and insights to keep fit, waiting for Christmas. On the occasion of the World Food Day, celebrated on October 16th, many games and scientific demonstrations to test your knowledge about it and to experience, among pipettes and tubes, what are the nutritional principles and how they promote our well-being. Come find out what foods are good for our health and the secrets of our “anatomical machine”. In addition, for the smallest, creativity and tomato-making workshops, unique and only “fruit of love”, which we will discover the benefits and secrets, thanks to “His Majesty’s Identity Card: The Tomato“. ACSIAN onlus will show us through audiovisual activities how nutrition can safeguard our health, starting with the knowledge of our DNA. Additionally, on Saturday you will become Master of Sugar, challenging your friends with the Sweety Biorefinery game. On Saturday, October 21, the AMD Campania Education Group with “We Live Our Knowledge” proposes recreational recreational activity through the use of the “conversation map”. On Sunday, however, there is an in-depth study on “SalvaBimbi“, an interactive lesson on pediatric disruption maneuvers open to all.

Younger children will be able to try “Impronte glaciali”, a laboratory of manuals to find out what shape they have in the footsteps of polar bear, fox f, snowdrops and walruses. And again, “Discovering bees and their world” a lab that will help us discover the characteristics of a queen bees, how and how much they live. Let’s discover together the fascinating world of these precious creatures and have fun creating a candle.

Great news in the bags’ house that, for the occasion, reopens thanks to a special guest, one of the largest insects in the world: the Eurycnema versibubra, a massive and spectacular jar of about 27 centimeters long. The remarkable size, the bright body color, the bright red of the wings, and its defensive plugs make it one of the most beautiful and impressive phantoms. A typical insect of the tropical forests of South East Asia, however, the female specimen we discover in tCittà della Scienza was born in Torre del Greco, in the province of Naples.

Do not miss the lab “Everyone does it and nobody talks about it. The story of the boop”, an imaginary journey inside the digestive tract to find out how the food we eat and what it takes when it turns is decomposed and used.

Corporea and Planetarium

there will be a visit to Corporea, the first interactive human body museum in Italy, and the 3D shows of the new Planetarium. Also, do not miss the new 2D show of the Planetarium “From Earth to the Universe”, for a wonderful trip between the myths and mysteries of the night sky.

“Nature” and “Artic”, new exhibitions to be discovered

Discovering the meaning of the four elements water, fire, earth and air thanks to the new exhibition Cambiare modo di pensare. Imparare dalla natura, by Goethe Institut. Travelling towards  North Pole,  Artic Interactive exhibition, in collaboration with CNR.

Coming to Città della Scienza is easier during weekends

New bus 507 line to come to Città della Scienza on holidays and sundays

ANM – Neapolitan Society for Transportation – 507 line has been activated every 19 minutes.

Città della Scienza provides to  ANM subscribers a discount of 2 euros for Science Centre ticket and 1 euro on reduced ticket as well as on combined Science Centre plus Planetarium.  More Info

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3giorni per la Scuola – Gnam Village activities

During the new edition of  3 Days for School - to be held in Città della Scienza from October 25th -27th, 2017 – Gnam Village presents “How it will be”, the Mediterranean Diet Training and Teaching Center for school / work alternation projects school year 2017/2018 and for post-school education on food and narration trades. Three days with a daily demonstration of two hours, with history, culture, nutritional properties, gastronomy, narration.  And a final tasting at the end of each day.

The initiative is aimed at teachers, for up to 50 people. Booking is free but obligatory -  by 11.30 am every day -. During the two-hour duration of the demo, participants will be able to live in a concrete way all the topics that will be delivered within the 40-hour minimum course.

Tuesday October 25th

12.30 – 2.30 pm

 Pulcinella’s Table

Learning about social differences, historical paths,  realization and the modes of narrative of seventeenth-century Neapolitan recipes. The course will be presented by chef Antonio Tubelli, who will produce a classic Neapolitan soup in collaboration with the producers of Mediterranee Passioni, by Giovanni Serritelli, Professor Gabriele Riccardi and Pasquale Strazzullo of the Federico II University. Approaching the two great problems of current time: excessive sugar and excess salt. A Theatre Lab “La Fame di Pulcinella” by   En Kai Pan Cooperative and Luca Gatta, actor and director. In collaboration with the State Professional Institute for Hotel and Restaurant Services Duca di Buonvicino.

 

Thursday October 26th

12.30 – 2.30 pm

Pizza

Learning about history and culture of the pizza, they will discover the techniques of processing and will be able to create tools for spreading the material.

Friday October 27th

12.30 – 2.30 pm

Conventional Herbs. The Ancient Herbarium of Montevergine

Antico Erbario di Montevergine Opening exhibition

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At Città della Scienza this weekend we celebrate the World Sight Day. Discover all the activities!

Come and discover this weekend’s program at Città della Scienza, to learn through game and interaction. We celebrate World Sight Day together with a rich program of dedicated workshops and activities!

Great new activities this weekend at Città della Scienza. On the occasion of the World Sight Day, celebrated on October 12, there are so many games to test your sight and to find out how optical illusions deceive the human visual apparatus, causing it to perceive something that is not present or that in reality manifests itself differently . So, look at the program!

Do men see in the future? Well, our brain anticipates a few milliseconds of sight thanks to optical illusions. We try to find out more through the activity “the illusion of the senses”. For the younger and more technologically advanced, here’s the “eye color genetics”, so many apps to play with the color of the eyes and find out how the transmission of this inherited character happens.

Additionally, you should not miss the lab “the world seen with the eyes of animals” to compare human vision with that of the most well-known animals; “3D holograms for Smarthphone and tablet,” with the construction of a low-cost holographic projector capable of materializing 3D holograms.

Corporea and Planetarium

there will be a visit to Corporea, the first interactive human body museum in Italy, and the 3D shows of the new Planetarium. Also, do not miss the new 2D show of the Planetarium “From Earth to the Universe”, for a wonderful trip between the myths and mysteries of the night sky.

“Nature” and “Artic”, new exhibitions to be discovered

Discovering the meaning of the four elements water, fire, earth and air thanks to the new exhibition Cambiare modo di pensare. Imparare dalla natura, by Goethe Institut. Travelling towards  North PoleArtic Interactive exhibition, in collaboration with CNR.

Coming to Città della Scienza is easier during weekends

New bus 507 line to come to Città della Scienza on holidays and sundays

ANM – Neapolitan Society for Transportation – 507 line has been activated every 19 minutes.

Città della Scienza provides to  ANM subscribers a discount of 2 euros for Science Centre ticket and 1 euro on reduced ticket as well as on combined Science Centre plus Planetarium.  More Info

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Roadshow for promoting the China-Italy Science, Technology & Innovation Week held in Naples

On 6 October 2017 the Roadshow for promoting the China-Italy Science, Technology & Innovation Week was held in Naples at the Industrial Union of Naples.

The event was organized by Città della Scienza, in partnership with Confindustria and the Industrial Union of Naples and it was held in presence of many Italian experts coming from research centers, universities and enterprises, who all were willing to understand more about the activities scheduled for next November.

The seminar was opened by the President of Industrial Union of Naples Ambrogio Prezioso, who gave a detailed overview on the main strategies as well as the main internationalization actions carried on by Confindustria in favor of the Italian enterprises which want to cooperate with China.

Later on, Vincenzo Lipardi of Città della Scienza took the floor giving a detailed introduction of the Italian strategy towards China and introducing the main activities scheduled for the 2017 edition of the China-Italy Science, Technology & Innovation Week.

Following, the Scientific Counsellor of the Chinese Embassy in Italy Cao Jianye gave the Chinese government’s point of view regarding the cooperation strategies between China and Italy, mentioning also the cooperation agreements signed over the years, including the most recent one signed in February 2017 in occasion of President Mattarella in China.

More details regard the Chinese internationalization strategies were given by Yao Liangjun, First Secretary of the Chinese Embassy in Italy who described in particular the main characteristics of the two cities where the side events will be held.

Moreover, it was also introduced rhe special event called China-Italy Best Start-up Showcase was introduced by Mariangela Contursi, Director General of the first certified incubator in Southern Italy Campania NewSteel, that will be held during the event. It is the main internationalization program towards China dedicated to start-ups.

In conclusion, the Regional Minister Assessore all’Internazionalizzazione, Innovazione e Start-up della Regione Campania Valeria Fascione, who focused the attention on the regional internationalization program carried on by the Campania region, especially through the SIEE-Sino-Italian Exchange Event, which will be held on 13 November. Finally, she presented the Erasmus for start-ups, the Campania Region’s main tool for supporting those who want to have an experience abroad.

After all the speeches were delivered, many attendees raised questions and specific requests.

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EBN Tech Camp Closing at Città della Scienza
Two days of activities focused on innovation and startups

The 7th EBN Tech Camp edition  took place from October 5th to 6th at Città della Scienza.

EBN Tech Camp is one of the main international initiatives to involve main European business incubators and accelerators in a common platform, sharing by the mission of enhancing the innovative potential of the European startup and SME system. The event is promoted by the European Business Network, in partnership with Città della Scienza and co-organized with Sviluppo Campania - a company in the Campania Region. The initiative is co-funded by the European Union under the “Research and Development Plan, Innovation and ICT Action Plan” – POR Campania FESR 2014 – 2020 – Research and Innovation.

EBN Tech Camp’s activities include representatives of business innovation centers, incubators, science and technology parks, research and innovation centers, universities, technology poles from different countries: in addition to Italy, delegations from the United Kingdom, Romania, Germany, Belgium, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Netherlands, Spain, France, Poland, Ireland, Austria, Cyprus, Slovakia and Finland. Also present in Città della Scienza are extra-European realities from the United States and South Africa

The European Business and Innovation Center Network (EBN) oversees and certifies the activities of the European Business Innovation Center through the EU | BIC quality brand recognizing those facilities providing specialist services for the creation and development of new business ideas based on technology.  Incubator of Città della Scienza, managed by Campania NewSteel company, is an associate member of EBN and represents the Italian representative in the Board of Directors.

Two days focusing to the valorisation of new businesses

EBN Tech Camp’s activities include representatives of business innovation centers, incubators, science and technology parks, research and innovation centers, universities, technology poles from different countries: in addition to Italy, delegations from the United Kingdom, Romania, Germany, Belgium, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Netherlands, Spain, France, Poland, Ireland, Austria, Cyprus, Slovakia and Finland as well as are extra-European realities from the United States and South Africa.

Two planned days of activities, workshops and insights dedicated to 4 strategic innovative themes for entrepreneurial development in  European:

  • Innovative ideas mentoring
  • Most effective business models for business innovation centers and in general for the actors involved in promoting the startup of innovative startups
  • The challenges of industry 4.0 and advanced manufacturing
  • Inclusive entrepreneurship

The protagonists:

“The Campania Region – says Valeria Fascione, Minister for Internationalization, Startup and Innovation of the Campania Region - gets a long term relation with EBN network. De Luca staff has promoted startup and entrepreneurial culture at the centre of its action. It is in this sense that we have been instrumental in helping young potential entrepreneurs, such as Erasmus for Startup, to offer our young startupers the opportunity to go abroad to experience international incubators. “

“In Campania there is a great deal of work on startup promotion and the territorial ecosystem is very vital. EBN is a network that works for new innovative companies. The fundamental idea – says Javier Echarry, CEO of EBN – is that companies that come closer to the network have the opportunity to benefit from all the services and benefits of a European-level network. Structures that join the EBN network can host companies coming from Campania, and regional incubators such as Campania NewSteel can do the same with the most start-ups in the European scenario. This maximizes the virtuous exchange within the network.”

EBN TECH CAMP 2017

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Family day at Città della Scienza – October saturday 7th and sunday 8th

Next week end activities -  October, saturday 7th and sunday 8th at Città della Scienza are dedicated to celebrate the National Day of Families at the Museum. You will always miss a rich program of activities and laboratories to learn how to play.

A weekend dedicated to family at Città della Scienza on the occasion of the National Day of Families at the Museum  to be celebrated in October 8th. Some activities, the “What causes the seasons” lab, a special insight on phenomena related to seasonal climatic changes, a scientific experiment to discover electric conduction but also a creative game. With Makey-makey, in fact, we can transform everything – or almost – in the keyboard of a piano.

Corporea and Planetarium

there will be a visit to Corporea, the first interactive human body museum in Italy, and the 3D shows of the new Planetarium. Also, do not miss the new 2D show of the Planetarium “From Earth to the Universe”, for a wonderful trip between the myths and mysteries of the night sky.

“Nature” and “Artic”, new exhibitions to be discovered

Discovering the meaning of the four elements water, fire, earth and air thanks to the new exhibition Cambiare modo di pensare. Imparare dalla natura, by Goethe Institut. Travelling towards  North PoleArtic Interactive exhibition, in collaboration with CNR.

Coming to Città della Scienza is easier during weekends

New bus 507 line to come to Città della Scienza on holidays and sundays

ANM – Neapolitan Society for Transportation – 507 line has been activated every 15 minutes.

Città della Scienza provides to  ANM subscribers a discount of 2 euros for Science Centre ticket and 1 euro on reduced ticket as well as on combined Science Centre plus Planetarium.  More Info

Città della Scienza sharing national family day at museum.

On Sunday, October 8th, the 4th edition of the National Day of Families at the Museum is celebrated, an initiative promoted by the Kids Art Tourism portal, aimed at facilitating and facilitating the access of families and children to the educational and museum offerings of the national cultural system. Città della Scienza participates in this important project with its rich scientific, educational and cultural proposal and with activities and workshops designed to involve the whole family.

 

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In Turin for the roadshow for promoting the China-Italy Science, Technology & Innovation Week 2017

On Wednesday 4 October the second stage of the roadshow for promoting the China-Italy Science, Technology & Innovation Week 2017 was held at the Energy Centre of the Polytechnic of Turin.
The opening speeches were delivered by the Rector Marco Gilli and by the Scientific Counsillor of the Chinese Embassy in Italy Cao Jianye, who both highlighted the history of cooperation between both countries in science and technology.
The presentation continued with the introduction of the Chinese scientific and economic contexts of Yao Liangjun, First Secretary of the Chinese Embassy in Italy, who gave a detailed focus on Chengdu and Guiyang cities, where two of the territorial focuses of the e 2017 edition of the event will be held.
Later on, Roberto Pagani, Science Attaché of the Consulate General of Italy in Shanghai, who highlighter the main scientific cooperation actions between Italy and China, nowadays represented by more than 700 cooperation agreements between Italian and Chinese universities.
Successively Nicoletta Amodio from the Industrial Policies Area of Confindustria took the floor stating the importance of the program in supporting the industrial policy of the whole country. Then, Michele Bonino, Delegate for the Polytechnic of Turin for China took the floor: “To present the Country System in a unified manner is one of the most important strategies in cooperating with a huge and competitive country like China”.
Right after, Anne-Marie Bruyas, Responsible of International Relations of Città della Scienza, introduced the China-Italy Science, Technology and Innovation Week 2017 highlighting the main pillars of the event: the strong institutional endorsement and the networking and matchmaking activities. The event will be held in five days and in three cities, with a rich program formed by thematic seminars and one-to-one meetings.
The meeting concluded with the experiences of two National Technological Clusters of Excellences: with Laura Morgagni, Secretary General of Cluster Smart Communities Tech and with Enrico Pisino, President of Cluster Transports 2020.

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Next Energy promotional roadshow at Campania NewSteel

Next Energy,  initiative promoted by Terna and the Cariplo Foundation and realized by Cariplo Factory in collaboration with the Terna Campus, aiming to enhance the talents of young people, supporting the development of innovative projects in electrical field systems and contributing concretely to economic growth of the country, chose Campania NewSteel for the neapolitan stage of the promotional roadshow.

The meeting – free of charge and open to everyone – will be held on Wednesday 18 October at 15.00 in Coroglio Street 57 – Olivetti room – and will present in detail the project and the open calls. For organizational reasons, registration is required through the following form.

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Frontiers Health 2017, Città della Scienza is media partner

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After a successful 2016 edition, Frontiers Health returns on November 16 and 17, 2017 in Berlin, at the spectacular AXICA venue, just steps away from Brandenburg Gate.

Frontiers Health is Europe’s most important European health event. The conference is an interactive experience to explore and discover all the new technologies applied in health. Two days focusing on keynotes, talks, workshops and panels, but also plenty of opportunities to get to know and get in touch with the European and international ecosystem of digital and technological innovation in the health sector.

Città della Scienza, as media partner, can provide a discount rate of 15% on the ticket price.

Apply using the promo code
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Campania Newsteel@Industria 4.0 – Technology & Business Accelerator, applications extended to 30th November 2017

CNS industry 4.0

If you are a startup, a professional, a small or medium enterprise with a project on:

  • Digital Fabrication
  • Internet of Everything
  • Big Data & Analytics
  • Virtual Reality
  • Robotics


apply to Campania Newsteel @ Industry 4.0 by November 30th. You will receive free high-value services to enhance your idea and make it a concrete business project.

Need more info? Write to incubatore@campanianewsteel.it.
www.campanianewsteel.it

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Artico Opening

It is one of the most vital and vulnerable components of the Earth system, and since the Greek Age, the region that overlooks the great “icy sea”, with its long winters and the alternation of astronomical phenomena such as the boreal aurora and the midnight sun fascinated the man. Artico is the protagonist of the new exhibition inaugurated today in the Spazio Galilei of the Città della Scienza;  Massimo Inguscio, National Research Council President, Valeria Fascione, Minister for Internationalization, Startup and Innovation of the Campania Region, Vittorio Silvestrini, President of Fondazione Idis – Città della Scienza. Fabio Trincardi, Director of the Department of Earth Sciences and Technologies for the Environment of the CNR, held a conference titled “Arctic: Changes in Action, Challenges and Research”.

The Exhibition is divided into 4 sections: Arctic in the global system that illustrates the geographical features of the Arctic, the populations that inhabit it and the history of Arctic explorations; Research to observe and understand the Arctic system which presents the main research activities that Italy conducts in Arctic and in particular in Ny Ålesund, in the Svalbard Islands, where Cnr manages the “Dirigibile Italia” research station; Vulnerability and Resilience, a section dealing with arctic ecosystem issues such as chemical pollution, depletion of the ozone layer, and the risks associated with degradation of permafrost, the Governance of the Arctic describing the organizational structure of international organizations, including Italy, which manages the scientific and political programming in Arctic.

The Arctic is a very important area for scientific research: its geographic characteristics and the relatively uncontaminated environment allow to study climate change and the effects of global warming. Polar areas, in fact, are particularly sensitive to any modification, both natural and man-made, and are thus excellent sentinels that can provide clear indications of the current trend in the Earth’s climate system.

The exhibition was conceived and realized by: CNR – Department of Earth Sciences and Technologies for the Environment; CNR – Directorate General Information and Communication Office Urp; CNR – Institute of Atmospheric and Climate Sciences; CNR – Institute for Didactic Technologies.

Neapolitan stage is organized by the CNR – Directorate General Information Communication Office and Urp in collaboration with Fondazione Idis-Città della Scienza.

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Campania NewSteel “Dalla ricerca all’innovazione”, first results presentation

Yesterday in Leopoldo Massimilla hall at Federico II university in Piazzale Tecchio, ten on twenty-one innovative ideas were presented by young researchers who participated in Campania NewSteel “Dalla ricerca all’innovazione” experimental accompanying and support program for innovative technological and business ideas coming fron Neapolis- Polytechnic School and the Basic Sciences of the University of Naples Federico II. The program realized by Campania NewSteel, certified Incubator under the 2.0 Growth Decree – promoted by Federico II and the Città della Scienza – to support the birth and development of innovative startups and spin-offs in Central South Italy. The meeting was attended by the President of Campania NewSteel Edoardo Cosenza, Massimo Varrone, Campania NewSteel Manager, Piero Salatino, President of Neapolis, Giovanni Sannia, Coordinator of Neapolis Phd. School, Mario Raffa, National PNI National Advisor, National Innovation Award 2017, Mariangela Contursi, General Director of Campania NewSteel, President of the Industrial Union of Naples, Ambrogio Prezioso, and Managing Director of Vertis sgr, Amedeo Giurazza, managing the first Italian fund for technology transfer in universities activated on Itatech. The meeting saw more than one hundred attendances among the key players in the regional innovation ecosystem and the world of research, finance and enterprise.

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From the colors of Autumn to the winter of the Arctic. Saturday september 30 and sunday october 1st we will discover the seasons in Città della Scienza

From the eternal winter of the Arctic to the sweet colors of the Autumn. Next weekend, in Città della Scienza, we will find out what determines the ​seasonal climate changes, we will welcome the Autumn and we will discover the charm of the Arctic, one of the most vital e vulnerable components of the Earth system. On display at Città della Scienza until December 10.

Let’s find out why there are four seasons in a year with the laboratory “What causes the seasons?“. Autumn is arrived and at Città della Scienza we greet it with “Impronte autunnali”, an activity devoted to discovering and recognizing shapes and colors of leaves in Autumn.

Let’s find out why there are four seasons in a year with the laboratory “What causes the seasons?”. Autumn is arrived and at Città della Scienza we greet it with “Impronte autunnali”, an activity devoted to discovering and recognizing shapes and colors of leaves in Autumn.

On saturday september 30 free entry for grandfahers and grandmothers!

On National Grandfathers Day, wich is celebrated on 2 October, the entry is free for grandfathers and grandmothers accompanied by a nephew for the day of saturday, 30 september. Promotion is valid for grandparents accompanied by a paying nephew.

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Arctic, an interactive journey to the North Pole is on display at Città della Scienza

You will be able to visit the fascinating CNR exhibition that guides the public to discover the Arctic, its peculiarities and phenomena observed through physical and multimedia installations, interactive experiments, scientific equipment, scale reconstructions, documents, objects and images exciting.
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Corporea and Planetary

For an ever richer and more exciting program, there will be visits to Corporea, the first interactive human body museum in Italy, and the Planetarium. Also, do not miss the new 2D show  “From Earth to the Universe“, for a wonderful trip between the myths and mysteries of the night sky.

Coming to Città della Scienza is easier during weekends

New bus 507 line to come to Città della Scienza on holidays and sundays

ANM – Neapolitan Society for Transportation – 507 line has been activated every 15 minutes.

Città della Scienza provides to  ANM subscribers a discount of 2 euros for Science Centre ticket and 1 euro on reduced ticket as well as on combined Science Centre plus Planetarium

Discover routes and timetable

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Roadshow for promoting the China-Italy Science, Technology & Innovation week 2017

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The Roadshow for promoting the China-Italy Science, Technology & Innovation Week 2017 has started. It is a networking and matchmaking held on an annual basis and promoted by the Ministry of Education, University and Research in collaboration with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and coordinated by Città dalla Scienza in collaboration with the National Research Council and Confindustria. It is a huge opportunity for enterprises, universities, research centers and startups that want to introduce their technologies, build scientific, productive or commercial partnerships as well as to promote internationalization of research and innovation systems between Italy and China. The event will be held in Beijing, Chengdu and Guiyang from 13 to 17 November in China with Ministers Valeria Fedeli and Wan Gang.

The Roadshow for promoting the China-Italy Science, Technology & Innovation Week 2017, held by Città della Scienza in collaboration with Confindustria and the local partners, will be presented in specific cities according to the calendar mentioned below:

Confindustria of Bergamo

Via Camozzi 64, Sala Giunta

Polytechnic of Turin

Corso Duca degli Abruzzi 24

Unione Industriali in Naples

Piazza dei Martiri

  • ROME: 10 October 2017 at 10

Unindustria

Via Andrea Noale, 206

To join the activities, please contact the internationalization Office “Casa Cina” specifying the city in which you would like to participate.

RSVP: cina@cittadellascienza.it

September 26th
October 6th

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I Clusters, nati nel 2012, costituiscono oggi una rete ampia e inclusiva di attori pubblici e privati operanti su tutto il territorio nazionale in un’area tecnologica strategica per il Sistema Paese.
Ad oggi, otto Clusters si sono consolidati fino a divenire in Italia strumenti permanenti di coordinamento, consultazione e riferimento focalizzati su: il perseguimento di strategie orientate alla mobilitazione delle eccellenze del mondo industriale, della ricerca e della pubblica amministrazione regionale e nazionale su tematiche condivise; la condivisione e il trasferimento delle conoscenze e delle competenze; l’ottimizzazione delle risorse economiche tramite l’attrazione di investimenti; l’assunzione di un ruolo guida nel contesto europeo e mondiale in tema di ricerca, innovazione e valorizzazione delle eccellenze italiane.
Il coinvolgimento dei Cluster nel programma risale a Novembre 2015 quando i Ministri Stefania Giannini e Wan Gang hanno inserito nel Joint Statement la promozione e l’internazionalizzazione dei Cluster Tecnologici Nazionali italiani in Cina come priorità strategica da perseguire. Nel corso della prima metà del 2016, perciò, la programmazione di una missione di promozione dei Cluster Tecnologici Italiani in Cina ha preso avvio tramite una serie di azioni di informazione rivolte ai rappresentanti degli otto cluster stessi, coinvolti nel processo di definizione delle finalità e degli scopi e alla definizione di un programma preliminare comprendente proposte sulle diverse aree geografiche e gli interlocutori specificatamente individuati sulla base dell’ambito di azione dei singoli cluster.
Per il 2017, dal 17 al 22 settembre, due Cluster hanno preso parte alla missione, promossa dal Ministero dell’Istruzione, dell’Università e della Ricerca, realizzata grazie alla stretta collaborazione dell’Ambasciata di Pechino, dei Consolati Generali d’Italia a Chongqing e a Shanghai e coordinata da Città della Scienza: il Cluster Trasporti Italia 2020 e il Cluster Fabbrica Intelligente.
L’organizzazione della missione ha visto il Cluster Trasporti Italia 2020 impegnato nelle città di Shanghai, Chongqing e Chengdu ed il Cluster Fabbrica Intelligente nelle città di Chongqing e Pechino.
Gli incontri organizzati si sono rivelati tutti estremamente interessanti e sono stati una incredibile occasione di confronto permettendo di identificare da una parte realtà cinesi di assoluta eccellenza, dall’altra di promuovere le eccellenze Italiane nell’ambito della mobilità sostenibile in modo sistemico. Sono stati individuati spazi/ambiti di potenziale collaborazione con un forte interesse da parte di alcuni interlocutori cinesi all’acquisizione di competenze italiane.
Leggi la missione tappa per tappa.

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I TAPPA, SHANGHAI – Il 17 settembre è iniziata la missione del Cluster Tecnologico Nazionale “Trasporti Italia 2020” in Cina ed ha visto la prima tappa svolgersi nella città di Shanghai nei giorni 17-19 settembre.
A rappresentare il CTN Trasporti Italia 2020 il Presidente Ing. Enrico Pisino (già Direttore delle attività di Ricerca e Innovazione per il veicolo di Fiat Chrysler Automobiles) e Andrea Collina, Professore di Meccanica Applicata presso il Politecnico di Milano. Ad accompagnare la delegazione del Cluster per la durata della missione, Chiara Romano, Liaison Officer Cina-Italia di Città della Scienza.
Nel corso degli incontri i delegati hanno avuto la possibilità di individuare aree di interesse comune per la costruzione e l’implementazione di progetti di ricerca congiunti nei vari ambiti del trasporto, dei smart vehicle e delle tecnologie ed infrastrutture a supporto dello sviluppo di città sostenibili.
L’agenda degli incontri ha previsto le visite presso lo Shanghai Transport&Port Research Center, lo Shanghai City Comprehensive Transportation Planning Institute ITS Center, l’associazione SITSA di Shanghai, l’incontro con il gruppo di lavoro “Mobilità Trasporti” della Camera di Commercio Italiana in Cina presso il Consolato Generale d’Italia e l’incontro con la Shanghai Intelligent Transportation System Alliance Technology Co., Ltd.

II TAPPA, CHONGQING – il 19 e 20 settembre la delegazione ha incontrato nella città di Chongqing il China Automotive Engineering Research Institute (CAERI), istituto fondato nel 1965 per supportare la ricerca e le aziende nella realizzazione di prototipi e componenti. L’agenda degli appuntamenti ha previsto inoltre l’incontro con l’azienda Ansaldo-SFH presso il Consolato Generale dell’Italia, con la Commissione Trasporti della municipalità di Chongqing, la visita alla China Automotive Engineering Research Institute Co.,Ltd e all’Università del Trasporto di Chongqing.
Tutti gli incontri hanno offerto la possibilità di comprendere più a fondo la pianificazione del settore dei trasporti a Chongqing, e del settore ferroviario nello specifico, quale aspetto cruciale per collegare l’est e il centro della Cina, con grande attenzione ai mezzi di trasporto pubblico che utilizzano “nuove energie”.

III TAPPA, CHENGDU – L’ultima tappa ha visto il 21 settembre la delegazione del Cluster impegnata nella città di Chengdu, nella quale ha incontrato rappresentanti del Dipartimento del Trasporto della Provincia del Sichuan e lo State Key Laboratory of Power Traction della South West Jiaotong Univesity, laboratorio stabilito a livello nazionale e di rilievo nel settore del trasporto e comunicazione in Cina nel quale vengono condotti studi testbed avanzati per i treni ad alta velocità cinesi.

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I TAPPA, CHONGQING – Il 18 settembre è iniziata la missione in Cina del Cluster Tecnologico Nazionale “Fabbrica Intelligente” partendo dalla città di Chongqing. Scopo della missione è quello di individuare nuovi prodotti servizi, processi e tecnologie, collegando politiche di ricerca nazionali con quelle internazionali, ed approfondire i temi riguardanti l’innovazione nel settore manifatturiero.
A rappresentare il Cluster il Presidente Gianluigi Viscardi e Stefano Ierace, Project Officer del Cluster Fabbrica Intelligente Lombardia.
Nei giorni 18 e 19 settembre, la delegazione ha incontrato i rappresentanti della Chongqing University, della Chongqing Academy of Sciences and Technology, del Chongqing Institute of Green and Intelligent Technology, della Chinese Academy of Sciences e infine dell’Associazione Robotica della Municipalità di Chongqing. Tutti gli incontri hanno offerto la possibilità di presentare i possibili percorsi verso la cooperazione nel settore dell’industria intelligente, con focus sulla situazione della ricerca e delle imprese industriali operanti in tale settore.

II TAPPA, PECHINO – Dal 20 al 22 settembre, la delegazione si è spostata a Pechino per incontrare la Chinese Robot Industry Alliance. Si è svolta presso l’Ambasciata d’Italia la riunione con l’ex Presidente della Camera di Commercio Italiana in Cina, durante la quale è stato presentato il programma “Made in China 2025”. Successivamente si è svolto il meeting con la China Science and Technology Automation Alliance presso la Tsinghua University, l’incontro con l’Institute of Automation of Chinese Academy of Sciences (CASIA), uno dei primi istituti sull’automazione stabiliti in Cina e impegnato in tre aree principali nell’ambito della intelligent technology. L’agenda si è infine conclusa con l’incontro con i delegati del Ministero Cinese dell’Industria e Tecnologie dell’Informazione (MIIT) per discutere del programma di lavoro del “Made in China 2025”.

Cluster Fabbrica Intelligente - MISSIONE DEI CLUSTER TECNOLOGICI ITALIANI IN CINA “FABBRICA INTELLIGENTE” E “TRASPORTI ITALIA 2020”, 17-22 SETTEMBRE 2017

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Green weekend at Città della Scienza – saturday 23rd and sunday 24th

During this weekend Città della Scienza accompanies visitors to discover a rich program of activities with a specific focus on nature and climate change.

Our Green Weekend will let you know the environment more closely with guided tours and  Gas lab for kids  to experience what gas we produce and consume with our breath and with other biological functions.

For an ever richer and more exciting program, there will be visits to Corporea, the first interactive human body museum in Italy, and the 3D shows of the new Planetarium. Also, do not miss the new 2D show  “From Earth to the Universe“, for a wonderful trip between the myths and mysteries of the night sky, and guided tours to the bags’ house with new guests: a pair of mantids African dry leaf, the wonderful leaf bugs in the Philippines and the extraordinary black and yellow ants of South Africa.

Finally, there is room for special insights to get to know our anatomical machine and our emotions: “Fachiro’s Bed“, a challenge for the most brave; “Batticuore” to hear how our heart beats; “Wow! Gulp! Sob! A sea of ​​emoticons“to find out what faces have emotions, and” Dance dancing dancer “, to understand how bones and muscles move when we move.

Coming to Città della Scienza is easier during weekends

New bus 507 line to come to Città della Scienza on holidays and sundays

ANM – Neapolitan Society for Transportation – 507 line has been activated every 15 minutes.

Città della Scienza provides to  ANM subscribers a discount of 2 euros for Science Centre ticket and 1 euro on reduced ticket as well as on combined Science Centre plus Planetarium

Discover routes and timetable

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Health Atelier at Città della Scienza

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Tuesday  September 22nd, 2017 the exhibition “Health Atelier: experiences, paths, solution for well living!“. The initiative is promoted by the School of Medicine and Surgery and by the Federico II University Hospital and will take place at Federico Policlinico.

 

Schools and companies will open the doors of the university pole with useful  proposals aimed at fostering the adoption of healthy and sustainable lifestyles. A full-featured health event in its many declinations. Through the experiences and the design that schools and companies have developed in the field of health and wellbeing will light the reflections on nutrition, physical activity, movement, psychological aspects and prevention practices. The goal is to  reduce the obstacles to the adoption of healthy lifestyles through a cooperative approach.  Prohibition is not enough, it is necessary to experiment together new solutions.

Città della Scienza, active on the themes at the center of the initiative, especially through the projects promoted by the Gnam Village, will be present with a dedicated stand and will take part in the round table that will close the event.

The event is open to everyone and free admission. In particular it is addressed to Campania citizens, families, over 65, students, doctoral students, doctors in training, teachers and professionals of the School and the Company.

Info and booking: www.fuorirottaeventi.com

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Welfare che impresa! Applications extended until October 2nd 2017

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Following many requests received about the need to have more time to finalize  proposals, the promoters of “Welfare, che impresa!” competition have decided to extend the project expiration date. There is time until October 2nd to apply to Welfare, che impresa! a project that aims to reward and support the best community welfare projects that can deliver benefits in terms of local development:

  • social farming
  • cultural heritage and landscape conservation enhancement
  • cultural and inclusive welfare
  • welfare  and community services.
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Emme Summer School 2017 at Città della Scienza ends successfully

The last day of this successful edition of the Emme Summer School is just over! It was an unforgettable experience for the thirty participants, for speakers and for everyone involved.

Day 5 of Emme Summer School 2017 started at Città della Scienza with the workshop held by Carlos Catalão Alves from Ciencia Viva. In this workshop were exposed examples of IBSE (Inquiry based science education).

Ayah Younis from the Children’s Museum Jordan shared her experiences through an interesting workshop on designing activities for children.

To complete a culture and sharing experience like Emme Summer School 2017, the participants visited the National Archaeological Museum of Naples (MANN). With one of the richest collections in the world, MANN is a true Italian cultural gem.

The specific goal of the Summer School is to establish a Euro-Mediterranean and Middle East Framework for science centres and museums to reinforce their capacities, strengthen dialogue and exchange amongst the participating institutions, and increase the community of players working for public engagement with science in the region.

Five days of workshops and practical lessons, an ice-break event, 30 participants from 10 countries, 23 speakers and lots of sharing moments.

Città della Scienza is proud to have taken part to this great experience!

 

Relive the best moments from Emme Summer School 2017 here

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Città della Scienza protagonist at Beijing Science Festival

This year, Città della Scienza is one  of the international guests at the 7th International Science Festival held in Beijing from September 14th to 17th, 2017.

The Festival represents a unique opportunity to meet among leading international experts in the field of scientific communication.

In a space dedicated to Città della Scienza, representatives of the Science Centre are catalyzing the public’s attention with their science shows, demonstrations and science labs. A great success also witnessed by the attention paid by the public and the representatives of the local institutions to the presentations of the main activities of Città della Scienza: from Corporea museum to the 3D Planetarium, from the projects of promotion and support to scientific and technological innovation to didactic and of high education.

On the occasion of the Festival, Città della Scienza will take part in the 5th Beijing International Science Festival Round-Table Conference, promoted by the Beijing Association for Science and TechnologyBAST for the establishment of an international cooperation platform dedicated to activities and themes of communication of science.

In the dialogue with cultural institutions and politics of different countries, in Beijing, science reaffirms universal language to promote the encounter between peoples. An important moment in which the Città della Scienza once again plays a key role.

 

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Emme Summer School, day 4: interaction and participation to learn how to manage exhibits

Emme Summer School 2017 Day 4 was very interesting and interactive!

In the morning session, Michele Lanzinger, from MUSE (Trento), shared his top tips on managing buildings and keeping them attractive.

With Guglielmo Maglio, Città della Scienza, and Kua Patten participants learned ten interesting tips on exhibit management through a tour of Città della Scienza’s Exhibitions. Along the lines of the previous lecture, this tour has taken the participants through the different areas of Corporea, where they were able to understand the critical aspects of exhibit management and maintenance.

The participants of the EMME School met and worked together with Kua Patten and the participants of the DREAM FabLab Academy. The aim was to select a list of “challenges” in the fields of exhibit maintenance and building management, and attempt to solve them with the tools of digital fabrication, robotics, etc.

Tomorrow we’ll learn more about explainers, volunteers and educational programmers.

See the full program here

EMME 2017 DAY 4: YOUR BULDING AND EXHIBITS – MANAGEMENT AND MAINTENANCE

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Artico Exhibition: an interactive journey to the North Pole, from September 29th

From September 29th to December 10 th, 2017 at Città della Scienza there will be Artico Exhibition. An interactive journey to the North Pole.

CNR’s exhibition guides the audience with the discovery of the Arctic, its peculiarities and phenomena observed through physical and multimedia installations, interactive experiments, scientific equipment, scale reconstructions, exciting documents, objects and images.

The exhibition is divided into four areas:

  • Arctic in the global system that illustrates the geographical features of the Arctic, the populations that inhabit it and the history of Arctic explorations;
  • Research to observe and understand the Arctic system which presents the main research activities that Italy conducts in Arctic and in particular in Ny Ålesund, in the Svalbard Islands, where Cnr manages the “Dirigibile Italia” research station;
  • Vulnerability and Resilience, a section dealing with arctic ecosystem issues such as chemical pollution, depletion of the ozone layer, and the risks associated with degradation of permafrost;
  • The Governance of the Arctic describing the organizational structure of international organizations, including Italy, which manages the scientific and political programming in Arctic.

Climate change today represents a crucial challenge for the future of the Earth System and the Arctic is the region of the planet where these manifest themselves more quickly than elsewhere, so it can be considered a great natural laboratory to study these processes, with implications for economic, social and geopolitical terms that go far beyond its borders.

The exhibition was conceived and realized by:

CNR – Department of Earth Sciences and Environmental Technologies

CNR – Directorate General Information Communication Office and Urp

CNR – Institute of Atmospheric and Climate Sciences

CNR – Institute for Didactic Technologies

The Neapolitan stage is organized by the CNR – Directorate General Information Communication Office and Urp in collaboration with Fondazione Idis-Città della Scienza.

When

September 29th to December 10th, 2017

Tuesday – Saturday 9 to 5 pm
Sunday and holidays 10 am  – 6 pm
Monday closing

Where

Città della Scienza
Coroglio street, 57
80124 Naples

Age:

primary and secondary school  (7 ai 18 years)

Booking: Contact Centre di Città della Scienza

ph: +39 081 7352.220/222
email: contact@cittadellascienza.it

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A new photo exhibition Changing way of thinking – learning from Nature from October 6th

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From October 6th  at Città della Scienza Changing way of thinking – learning from Nature, an exhibition on the meaning of the four elements of water, fire, earth and air for the human being.

Humans have always been aware of the importance of the four elements. They thought the sun was a God, they called Earth their  mother’s land, they knew the spirits of air and water. Men have, however, made a distorted use of the four elements, exploiting raw materials, polluting the air and water and undermining the natural balance of the earth. Where is a limit to all this? Since the exploitation of natural elements has destroyed the balance, and part of the natural environment is unfortunately irreparably compromised, a time of rethinking, a change of the way of thinking has begun.

Exposure presents amazing data: many positive and negative examples allow a sensorial approach to the subject. In the interactive parts of the show students are directly involved and become aware of strategies for a responsible and sustainable relationship with the four elements.

The exhibition is particularly intersting for  students and young people who are learning German and are interested in natural sciences. The texts of the exhibition will also be present in Italian.

It does not want to spread simplistic messages, on the contrary, the exhibition intends to encourage visitors to dedicate themselves to the themes of the exhibition, such as Goethe-Institut “Umdenken” portal or at school, following interdisciplinary projects or activities. The exhibition links the study of German with the current theme of environmental protection; content is processed in a way that is perfectly suited to being inserted into interdisciplinary lessons.

Coordination of the Goethe-Institut project: Sigrid Savelsberg

Concept and realization of the exhibition: Würth & Winderoll

Production: Strand

The Neapolitan stage is run by the Goethe-Institut Neapel in collaboration with the Città della Scienza

When
Friday 6th October – Sunday 10 December 2017

Tuesady 9 to Saturday 5 pm 
Sunday and holidays 10 am to 6 pm
Monday Closing
Booking at Contact Centre ph: +39 081 7352.220/222

Where

Città della Scienza
Coroglio Street, 57
80124 Naples

 Age:

High School

Booking: Contact Centre di Città della Scienza

ph: +39 081 7352.220/222
email: contact@cittadellascienza.it

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Emme Summer School 2017, Day 3: Focus on marketing and communication

Marketing, communication and fundraising: three invaluable assets for developing science centres and museums were at the core of the day 3 activities at Emme Summer School.

Students of Emme 2017 shared their idea of scientific tours in their countries offering a lot of interesting views.

Serena Angioli, Regional Minister for European Cooperation and the Mediterranean Basin, explained regional programmes about cooperation policies.

Designing marketing campaigns for science centres were the focus of a case study and workshop led by Rosalia Vargas and Carlos Catalao Alves from Ciencia Viva.

Lourdes Lopez held the afternoon session on the use of social media in science centres. Lourdes shared some insights from the experiences of Parque de las Ciencias in Granada, Spain.

Participants worked also on fundraising plans as part of the last workshop of Day 3, led by Roger Rocca-Serra and Alain Coine from Universcience Partenaires.

Tomorrow will be exciting with workshop about exhibits: management and maintenance and speakers like Michele Lanzinger (MUSE) and Kua Patten among others.

See the full program here

EMME 2017 DAY 3: CHANNELLING YOUR SCIENCE CENTRE: MARKETING, COMMUNICATION AND FUNDRAISING

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Roadshow for promoting the China-Italy Science, Technology & Innovation Week at the TechnologyBiz in Naples

On September 13 the roadshow for promoting the China-Italy Science, Technology & Innovation Week officially started with the Technology BIZ of Naples.

After a detailed introduction of Chinese government’s strategy and of the main activities scheduled for the event delivered by Anne-Marie Bruyas, Responsible for International Relations, and Chiara Romano, Liaison Officer Italy-China of Città della Scienza, the Regional Minister for Internationalization, Start-up and Innovation Valeria Fascione took the floor for highlighting the importance of acting as a Campania Regional unified system, in particular in Beijing, an area full of opportunities.

Right after, Mariangela Contursi, General Director of the very first certified incubator of Southern Italy Campania NewSteel, introduced the  China-Italy Best Start-up Showcase, the main internationalization program for start-up in China. On this occasion, the Regional Minister Fascione presented the Erasmus for start-ups, the Campania Region’s main tool for supporting those who want to have an experience abroad.

Many people interested in the event took part to the roadshow, coming from universities, research centres, high technology districts from Campania Region, enterprises and start-ups, who all raised questions and proposals for the organization of the event.

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Innovation Village 3rd and 4th October 2017, Città della Scienza Congress Center will host Youth Village

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3rd and 4th October 2017, Città della Scienza Congress Center will host Youth Village, the first thematic step of Innovation Village, which aims to expand the network of events to the initiatives promoted by young people.

Social innovation, territorial enhancement, creation of youth gathering sites and protagonism will be the focus of thematic focus, giving voice to the most interesting initiatives in the area and the tools to support them and create self-sustainable activities.

The Regional Conference on Youth Policies is the heart of the event: a moment of consultation with municipalities, associations and associations for the definition of regional strategies, in a framework that has been recently approved by the Campania Region of the rankings of the BEN -ESSERE Young people, with whom 113 territorial network projects have been funded to activate aggregation and promote new initiatives. The Region is also launching the “Join us” and “Adding Value” actions, aimed at supporting the establishment of new forms of stable aggregation and promoting networking.


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Playing and having fun! September 16th, 17th and 19th at Città della Scienza a huge program of activities!

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This weekend, besides Corporea’s guided tours, the first interactive human body museum in Italy and the 3D shows of the new Planetarium, prepare to live with us the World Ozone Day, the International Day for the Protection of the Stratosphere Ozone, and discover the secrets of the greenhouse effect thanks to “Chemical Breath“: an interesting scientific laboratory dedicated to the youngest to measure a famous greenhouse gas we produce with our breath.

On Tuesday, however, at the traditional San Gennaro festival, do not miss the “O’Sang e San Gennaro”laboratory with microscopic blood observations to discover the history of the Neapolitan miracle and science behind the miracle.

Also, do not miss the new 2D show of Planetary “From Earth to Universe”, for a wonderful trip between the myths and mysteries of the night sky, and guided tours to the insect house with new guests: a pair of mantids African dry leaf, the wonderful leaf bugs in the Philippines and the extraordinary black and yellow ants of South Africa.

Finally, the special insights “the fachiro bed“, a challenge for the bravest, “Batticuore” to hear how our heart beats, “Wow! Gulp! Sob! A sea of ​​emoticons” to discover the face of emotions and “Dancing dancer” to understand how our bones and muscles move when we move.

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TechnologyBiz 2017, Campania NewSteel participates at the business networking event

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Wednesday 13 and Thursday 14 September 2017 Campania NewSteel participates in TechnologyBIZ – a territorial animation and business networking initiative promoting innovation culture, cross-fertilisation, open innovation and technology transfer, creating matching between innovation demand and offer.
TechnologyBiz will be held at Mostra d’Oltremare  Palacongressi  in Naples, via J.F. Kennedy, 54 – 80125 – Naples.

During the event, Campania NewSteel will held the following appointments.

  • Wednesday 13/09 at 4.30 pm (Procida Room) “Erasmus for startups and Best Startup Showcase 2017: Internationalization opportunities for startups in China”. The meeting, organized by Campania Region and Campania NewSteel, will introduce internationalization tools and opportunities for startups. Dr. Raffaella Farina, Staff Director of DG Campania Region, will present “Erasmus Startup In Campania”, a tool that offers mobility scholarships to startuppers, young entrepreneurs or aspiring campanian entrepreneurs for international mobility. Dr. Maria Contursi, General Director of Campania NewSteel will present the China – Italy Best Startup Showcase – matching initiative between innovative Italian and Chinese market-proven startups interested in internationalization paths and investors / incubators of the two countries. The initiative organized by Campania NewSteel in collaboration with PNI Cube, during the China-Italy Science, Technology & Innovation Week 2017, which will be held from 13 to 17 November in China (Beijing, Chengdu, Guiyang).
  • Thursday 14/09 at 12.30 (Procida Room) “Instruments and Services for Innovative Startups: Campania NewSteel Certified Incubator”. Campania NewSteel, certified incubator, will illustrate  innovative startup and spin-off tools, services, open calls and upcoming events. The event will end with the testimony of some of the most exciting startups joining our accompanying program.
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EBN Tech Camp at Città della Scienza
Edition 7th from October 5th and 6th

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Next October 5th and 6th Città della Scienza will host the 7th edition of EBN Tech Camp.

EBN Tech Camp is an international event promoted by European Business Network and Città della Scienza, supported by Campania Region, which aims to involve all the major incubators and business accelerators at European level. These are both public and private actors who are accustomed to the promotion of the innovative potential of the European startup and SME system.

European Business and Innovation Centre Network (EBN), international body thats is the head of all European  Business Innovation Centres through the quality brand EU|BIC which recognizes structures dedicated to the provision of specialized services for the creation and development of new business ideas with a technological vocation. Città della Scienza Incubator, managed through Campania New Steel, is an associate member of EBN and is also represented in the Board of Directors.

The EBN Tech Camp is an annual event held in rotation in several European cities (in 2015 it was held in Rome). This is a two-day orientation on theoretical and practical aspects related to the management of guidance services, business creation, technology transfer, as well as case study analysis and workshop sessions to apply the lessons learned during meetings.

The aim is to promote a network of knowledge exchange and good practices to enhance a way to make innovative entrepreneurship.

2017 Event of EBN Tech Camp will be  held from October 5th and 6th, 2017 at Città della Scienza. for the first time the network of experts of EBN will meet in Naples. 

Neapolitan edition will host esperts from different countries:

  • Diego de Biasio,  Technoport Director, EU|BIC  Luxembourg
  • Eduardo Diaz, Madrid Director, EU|BIC di Madrid
  • Martin Mössler,  Park Graz Director, EU|BIC di Graz
  • Panayiotis Philimis, Cyric Director, EU|BIC di Cipro
  • Sebastien Wiertz - Paul Wurth InCub
  • Amleto Picerno –  Fab Lab Città della Scienza Head Manager
  • Vasu Briquez, Open Innovation, Ginevra, Consulente EBN
  • Zaid Mohidin,  New Generation Mindset Director, EU|BIC di Johannesburg
  • Bruno Siciliano, University of Naples

The themes of the planned training course will develop along the following lines:

  • Mentoring
    Wich are the new ideas in mentoring start-up approach?
  • Which the business model in Business Innovation Centre?
    New success models
  • Industry 4.0.
    Discovering potentials of Industry 4.0.

EBN is a community of 150 EU | BICs certified in Europe (and around the world), which  supports entrepreneurs to convert ideas and innovative projects into solid economic activity. The Association, which was born in 1984 as a spin-off by a European Commission initiative today, is mainly active in Europe, although it has recently expanded its horizons to include similar organizations in non-European territories. EBN’s main mission is to support the processes of continuous improvement of its membership base through certification, benchmarking and comparison and exchange of good practices. Six years ago, EBN TechCamp was conceived as the main technical event to allow participants access to modern tools and methods in the incubation and acceleration of innovative businesses, and for six years the event has been organized in those european cities where innovation and entrepreneurship are already reality. (London, Berlin, Monaco, Rome and Trento).

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Campania NewSteel “Dalla ricerca all’innovazione”: first results’ presentation meeting

On September 26, at 3:30 pm, a public meeting will be held at the Federico II, Piazzale Tecchio, 80 – Aula Magna “Leopoldo Massimilla”, Campania NewSteel: “Dalla ricerca all’innovazione”, experimental accompaniment and support to NEAPOLIS’s – Polytechnic School and the Basic Sciences of the University of Naples Federico II – innovative technological and business ideas. The program carried out by Campania NewSteel, certified Incubator according to 2.0 Growth Decree, promoted by Federico II and Città della Scienza, to support the birth and development of innovative startups and spin-offs in Central and South Italy. During the meeting will be presented the first projects considered more promising in terms of application and / or business development, selected and accompained by Campania NewSteel in personalized business creation support and technology transfer programs. The meeting will also be an opportunity to present the program of activities and services for enhancing the research results that Campania NewSteel will make available to the University in the following months.

Participation is open to everyone, for organizational reasons please register through the following form.

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Intrecci at Città della Scienza: 2nd edition of the festival of Mediterranean cuisine – September 29th to October 1st

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The second edition of “Intrecci“, the festival of Mediterranean cuisine and not only will take place in Città della Scienza  from September 29th   to  October 1st, 2017. A journey to discover the flavors, traditions and cultures of other worlds.

 

The event is promoted by LESS Onlus and Gnam Village of Città della Scienza.

Food and traditions are the most immediate cultural expression of the peoples. A daily language made of simple gestures and actions handed down over time, winning elements in the integration paths. Knowing the culinary traditions of a people’s collective habits is the hub for solid building and intercultural dialogue. Intrecci, in fact, aims to promote an opportunity for exchange and comparison between natives and migrants; to stimulate the social protagonism of the most representative migrant communities; promoting diversity as the driving force of a changing society.

The initiative envisages the setting up of gourmet booths managed by migrant communities; workshops; laboratories for knowledge on nutrition issues, sustainable lifestyles, the characteristics of the ingredients used, held by experienced nutritionists, sociologists and food specialists. There will also be showcooking devoted to the realization of live traditional dishes. Not only food, but also debates, cinema, music and theater. The protagonists in the kitchen will be the migrant communities in the territory of Naples and the province. From the burkinabe community to the thick Ukrainian community, visitors will be able to taste dishes prepared according to original recipes from Somalia, Cuba and Morocco. In addition, Intrecci will launch a collaboration with Earth of All Film Festival.

The event – completely self-financed – has no profit and the proceeds will be donated to the SOS Supporters Association Santobono Hospital.

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At Città della Scienza national event
“Biobanking it’s my business”

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Next September 29th, 2017 Città della Scienza will host the event biobanking it’s my business, promoted by BBMRI,  Italian node of the European bio-banking infrastructure and biomolecular resources. The initiative is part of the European Biotech Week 2017.

From 9 am until 10 pm, will be held on #Thanks to my champion, I can, an interactive itinerary in the Corporea museum, to understand the incredible scenarios of knowledge and health that open thanks to innovative research oriented to biological materials.

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