Halloween 2021 at Museum

Città della Scienza dedicates the long weekend of All Saints to the theme of Halloween, the Anglo-Saxon celebration that has also become popular with us and which is one of the most loved by children.
Three days of activities, workshops, demonstrations and experiments.
From Saturday 30 October 2021 to Monday 1 November in the interactive museum of Corporea many thrilling scientific activities await you, a mix of fun and knowledge typical of the museum offer of Città della Scienza that combines fun and knowledge in the belief that through play and direct experience children, but also adults, learn more things and in a more incisive way.
We celebrate Halloween in our own way, according to the mission that belongs to us and so it will be possible to participate in the following activities carried out in collaboration with Le Nuvole Scienza, Scienza in addition to the usual guided visits to the Museum of Corporea and the extraordinary shows of the Planetarium.

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PROGRAM

SCARED MONSTERS! – Science Show
A monstrous science show! What is hidden behind the most horrendous creatures of the “fantasy”? Find out with the science communicators of Le Nuvole and remember it is absolutely forbidden to scream, tremble, close your eyes and be … afraid!

CHIMERE – interactive lab
Using imagination, imagination and a pinch of rules, participants will be able to create their own “fantastic animal”: a combination of various parts of “other” animals. The science communicators of Le Nuvole will provide five containers with the ingredients to mix their own animal species. So here is the basket of tails, that of the legs, those with a back and of course the one with the heads from which to choose but … it will not be so simple !!!
Target: from 6 years old
Reservation at the Corporea infopoint

SPECIAL from 4 years – THE WALL OF FEAR
Let yourself be taken by a terrifying attack of art and leave a trace on our Wall of Fear! Tempera colors, stencils, markers but also pigeon blood, snail slime and monkfish … on the ground floor of Corporea you will find everything you need to give free rein to your imagination. A Halloween themed creative space for toddlers from 4 years old!
Target: from 4 years old
Free access without reservation

PLANETARIUM SHOWS
10.45 Robot Explorer
11.30 Robot Explorer
12.15 From Earth to Universe
13.00 From Earth to the Universe
14.00 Robot Explorer
14.45 Robot Explorer
15.30 From Earth to Universe

INFO HOURS AND TICKET OFFICE

Modalities of access and visit
From October 30 to November 1, to access the Science Centre of Città della Scienza, reservations will be required or, alternatively, the purchase of tickets online, for better compliance with antiCovid measures and offer a better visit to our audience.

The entrance is organized in two shifts:
1st shift from 09:00 to 12:45
2nd shift from 13.15 to 17.00

Tickets can be purchased online at Etes or alternatively at the ticket office of the City of Science, after reservation.

BOOK THE VISIT

Tickets for the 2nd round can be purchased at the City of Science ticket office (for those not purchasing online) starting at 12:30 pm.
The reservation does not imply any additional cost and is compulsory also for those who are entitled to reductions or free admission. The reservation is valid only after the confirmation received by email from the Incoming Service of the City of Science.
The confirmation of the reservation must be shown at the entrance of the City of Science, together with the green pass.
For groups over 6 people the online purchase is mandatory.
For agencies and cral please contact the Contact Centre at 081.7352.222 contact@cittadellascienza.it

We remind you that the reservation reserves the entrance to the Museum, upon purchase of the ticket, but does not guarantee the availability of the Planetarium which must be verified at the Museum’s ticket office when purchasing the tickets. The Planetarium ticket can still be pre-purchased online.

All the activities offered to the public (guided tours, workshops, etc.) are available on a first-come, first-served basis at the Info Point located at the entrance to the Museum.

GREEN PASS
It is compulsory for all visitors over the age of 12 to show their Green Pass and, if requested, a valid identity document. Only those who are exempt on the basis of appropriate medical certification are exempt. It remains the obligation to use the mask from 6 years of age.

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Tickets

For adults: museum entry € 5, planetarium entry € 3, guided tour on meeting point included in museum entry ticket;
For school groups: museum admission € 5, planetarium admission € 3, guided tour/educational activity € 3;
Entrance to the planetarium only: € 5.

Tickets can be purchased online at Etes or at the ticket office of Città della Scienza.

Free admission
Children 0-3 years
Disabled people + 1 accompanying person
ICOM card holders
Health personnel
Citizens living in the district of Bagnoli (Naples)

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Città della Scienza takes part in the 5th edition of Fermhamente 2021

The 5th edition of Fermhamente 2021, the Science Festival of Fermo, will take place from 18 to 24 October, with the involvement, as usual, of Città della Scienza. It will be an online edition with lots of workshops, conferences and contents, both in live streaming and offline, for everyone on the theme of Dimensions! Città della Scienza will make its contribution with two activities: the roundabout “the dimensions of the legacy of Pietro Greco” in which Luigi Amodio, director of the Science Center of Città della Scienza and member of the scientific committee of the Festival,will participate to celebrate the figure of the scientific journalist Pietro Greco, a fundamental figure for the birth and growth of Fermhamente, but above all a shining example of a science communicator and the interactive lesson “A journey into the nanoworld!” a webinar to discover the infinitely small world of nanotechnologies to discover the secrets and advantages of their applications lead by Guglielmo Maglio, exhibitional areas manager of Città della Scienza.

Best wishes to colleagues in Fermo for a well-deserved success and a splendid edition of the Festival!

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The events schedule by Città della Scienza

TAVOLA ROTONDA: LE DIMENSIONI DELL’EREDITA’ DI PIETRO GRECO

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LEZIONE INTERATTIVA: UN VIAGGIO NEL NANOMONDO!

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LEZIONE INTERATTIVA: UN VIAGGIO NEL NANOMONDO!

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FOSSILS: NEWS FROM THE PAST! October 16 and 17, 2021 at City of Science

Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 October come to Città della Scienza and to discover fossils and turn into a paleontologist! Paleontology is the discipline that studies the fossil remains of plant and animal organisms, reconstructing their morphology, origin and evolution, a dip in prehistory to understand the life of millions of years ago! During this weekend in our interactive museum, in addition to the usual guided visits to the museum of the Human Body Corporea and the extraordinary shows of the Planetarium, we offer a series of scientific activities dedicated to this mysterious and interesting discipline; together with the science communicators of Le Nuvole we will analyze footprints, skulls, bones, teeth, claws, poop and horns of animals of the past by participating in the science show TO BE or NOT TO BE: signs from the past and the interactive laboratory BONES: FOSSILS UNDER CONSTRUCTION … we will find ourselves in the fantastic world of fossils!

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PROGRAMME

TO BE or NOT TO BE: signs from the past – Science Show
A box full of fossils is like a newspaper with information about the vital species from millions of years ago. Reading and interpreting all this signs from the past is not always easy or immediate: you need a paleontologist to discover all their secrets!

Public: from 6 years old
Reservation at Infopoint of Corporea
Hours: Saturday 11.00 and 15.30 | Sunday 11.00 – 14.00 – 15.30

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BONES: FOSSILS UNDER CONSTRUCTION – Interactive Laboratory
Become a paleontologist and, thanks to the suggestions of the science communicators of Le Nuvole, build an organism of the past! Through the study of fossils, in fact, researchers are able to reconstruct the original appearance of the organisms to which, to recognize the original species and even if it is a new discovery.
Public: from 6 years old
Reservation at Infopoint of Corporea
Hours: Saturday 10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. | Sunday 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

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PLANETARIUM SHOWS
10.45 am, Robot Explorer
12.15, From Earth to Universe
14.00, Robot Explorer
15.45, From Earth to Universe

OPENING AND TICKETS INFO

Days and opening hours
Tuesday to Sunday
Public opening hours: 9.00 – 17.00

Museum offer
Body + Planetarium + Workshops at weekends and on public holidays;

Access and visit
Reservations are no longer required for access to the museum, but all visitors over the age of 12 must show their Green Pass and, if requested, a valid identity document. Only those exempt on the basis of appropriate medical certification are exempt.
A mask must be worn from the age of 6 years and upwards, and people must be kept at a distance.
Visitors may remain in the exhibition areas for as long as they wish and interact directly with the exhibits, even without a guide.
For schools, booking is compulsory by calling 0817352222 or writing to contact@cittadellascienza.it, as usual.

Tickets

For adults: museum entry € 5, planetarium entry € 3, guided tour on meeting point included in museum entry ticket;
For school groups: museum admission € 5, planetarium admission € 3, guided tour/educational activity € 3;
Entrance to the planetarium only: € 5.

Tickets can be purchased online at Etes or at the ticket office of Città della Scienza.

Free admission
Children 0-3 years
Disabled people + 1 accompanying person
ICOM card holders
Health personnel
Citizens living in the district of Bagnoli (Naples)

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ON THE ROOF OF THE WORLD: HIGH ALTITUDE RESEARCH – Connection with the Ev-K2-CNR Pyramid in the Himalayas

On Thursday 7 October, the Embassy of Italy in Mexico in collaboration with Città della Scienza in Italy and Universum and the Government of the State of Guanajuato in Mexico, organizes a live streaming event with the Pyramid laboratory-observatory in Nepal managed by the Association Ev-K2-Minoprio.
The event takes place as part of the Sustainability Festival promoted by ASviS (Italian Alliance for Sustainable Development) in synergy with the “Youth4climate: Driving Ambition” initiatives and preparation for CoP26 in Glasgow, as well as enrolling in the events towards the XXXV edition of Futuro Remoto 2021 dedicated this year to the theme of Transitions.
This event wants to create new learning opportunities for younger generations as expressed in the Millennium Goals, intending to foster the development of a culture of sustainability that aims to sensitize them to the effects of climate change, the conservation of ecosystems and biodiversity, as well as to promote their active participation on sustainable issues. Children of primary and middle schools in Mexico and Italy will have the opportunity to make a virtual tour of the Pyramid and interact directly with the researchers who work in it.

The live streaming will be broadcast at 4 pm on:
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Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 October Città della Scienza participates in Urban Nature 2021

The biodiversity around us help us identify the organisms that inhabit our cities
Our cities must become nature-positive and climate-friendly: this is the opening message that WWF Italy launches for the fifth edition of Urban Nature scheduled for next Sunday October 10 in which Città della Scienza will participate during the weekend on October 9 and 10, a series of fun activities and guided tours for adults and children.
This is an initiative that is increasingly establishing itself as a campaign to make the value of nature and the need to innovate the way of thinking and considering in urban spaces increasingly evident to those who live in Italian cities, recognizing the centrality of ecosystems and ecological networks and to promote virtuous actions taken by urban communities, businesses, universities and schools to protect and increase biodiversity in urban systems.

During the Urban Nature initiatives, families, children, young people, students, nature lovers will create concrete projects to protect, enhance and increase urban biodiversity. The protagonists of the WWF activists but also the dozens of civic realities active in the territory in defense of nature that will give life to visits to parks and green areas, games, exhibitions, cleaning and arrangement of natural areas, citizen, guerrilla gardening and urban painting.
Furthermore, this year the WWF Festival of Nature in the City comes on the eve of an important moment on a global scale, the opening (Monday 11 October) of the Conference of the Parties on Biodiversity (in Kunming in China), convened to arrest and reverse the curve of the loss of nature.

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But let’s get back to our activities!

During this weekend dedicated to Urban Nature we will focus on the interactive laboratory Insettigator the science show Water, Air, Earth and Fire and the activity of Citizen Science – Urban Nature 2021.

WEEKEND PROGRAMME

INSETTIGATOR
An interactive laboratory that looks like a real entomological challenge, to discover the fascinating and varied world of insects. Learning to recognize the structure and function of some anatomical elements such as wings, legs and antennae, allowing the players to immerse themselves in the role of expert entomologists. Guided by the science communicators of Le Nuvole, it will also be possible to observe revealing from different regions of our Planet, in order to identify the species.
WHEN: Saturday 9 October at 10 am and 2.30 pm – Sunday 10 October at 11 am  and 1 pm – 3.30 pm 
DURATATION: 60 minutes
TARGET: from 8 years
Booking at the Corporea infopoint

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WATER, AIR, EARTH AND FIRE
The “four elements” in ancient times were associated with divinities, spirits capable of bringing order to the chaos of the world. Today we know that they are necessary for the birth and prosperity of Life on our Planet, as well as custodians of properties and “peculiarities” that often escape the human eye. In the Science Show, curated by the science communicators of Le Nuvole, “Water, Air, Fire and Earth” return as four superheroes who will reveal their respective properties to the public in a pressing succession of experiments.
WHEN: Saturday, October 9, 11:00 am and 3:30 pm – Sunday, October 10, 11:00 am – 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm 
DURATION: 60 minutes
TARGET: for everyone

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GUIDE TO VISIT CITIZEN SCIENCE
It will be possible to take guided tours with our experts to our garden to contribute to the census of the animal and plant species present, the observations collected can be uploaded to Inaturalist in this link at the following link:  https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/wwf-e-cluster-biodiversita-italia-urban-nature-2021
WHEN: Saturday, October 9 at 9.30, 10.30, 11.30, 15.30 and 16.30 – Sunday, October 10 at 9.30, 10.30, 11.30, 15.30 and 16.30 
TARGET: for everyone

OPENING AND TICKETS INFO

Days and opening hours
Tuesday to Sunday
Public opening hours: 9.00 – 17.00

Museum offer
Body + Planetarium + Workshops at weekends and on public holidays;

Access and visit
Reservations are no longer required for access to the museum, but all visitors over the age of 12 must show their Green Pass and, if requested, a valid identity document. Only those exempt on the basis of appropriate medical certification are exempt.
A mask must be worn from the age of 6 years and upwards, and people must be kept at a distance.
Visitors may remain in the exhibition areas for as long as they wish and interact directly with the exhibits, even without a guide.
For schools, booking is compulsory by calling 0817352222 or writing to contact@cittadellascienza.it, as usual.

Tickets

For adults: museum entry € 5, planetarium entry € 3, guided tour on meeting point included in museum entry ticket;
For school groups: museum admission € 5, planetarium admission € 3, guided tour/educational activity € 3;
Entrance to the planetarium only: € 5.

Tickets can be purchased online at Etes or at the ticket office of Città della Scienza.

Free admission
Children 0-3 years
Disabled people + 1 accompanying person
ICOM card holders
Health personnel
Citizens living in the district of Bagnoli (Naples)

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Biotech Week 2021

As every year Fondazione Idis-Città della Scienza participates in the Biotech Week: a week of events and meetings all over the world to tell a vast and heterogeneous audience the increasingly important role of biotechnologies in improving the quality of our life thanks to their different sectors of application (from therapy to diagnostics, from agri-food to industrial processes, through environmental remediation to renewable energy, just to name a few).
A scientific dissemination event launched in Canada in 2003 and arrived in Europe in 2013 by the will of EuropaBio – Association of the European bioindustry, on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the discovery of the DNA structure.
Since its first Italian edition, the Biotech Week has been coordinated and promoted nationally by Assobiotec-Federchimica.

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The interactive museum of Città della Scienza becomes the protagonist of the Biotech Week through  some events, both in presence and remote, on the theme of biotechnologies, showing how much they represent a boundless resource, capable of offering solutions to the great challenges of global company.

PROGRAMMA DEL FINE SETTIMANA

Sunday 3rd October at the interactive museum of the human body Corporea will host a online conference “From anti covid vaccines the new prevention perspectives” created in collaboration with I.B.B.C. CNR Naples with the participation of the researcher Piergiuseppe de Berardinis who will inform the public about the state of research on Covid vaccines, what are the future prospects and what technologies are used in their production.

Evento Biotechweek 2021

“From the anti covid vaccines the new prevention perspectives”
Online conference
Sunday 3 October at 12 am
An online meeting created in collaboration with I.B.B.C. CNR of Naples with the participation of the researcher Piergiuseppe de Berardinis who will inform the public Covid vaccines’ research, what are the future prospects and what technologies are used in their production.

DNA in one, two, three, four “steps”!
Science Show in collaboration with Le Nuvole Scienza
Saturday 11 am and 3.30 pm
Sunday 11 am/ 2 pm / 3.30 pm
DNA is present in all living organisms, from animals to plants to bacteria. It is the precious “instruction manual” that contains all the information necessary for cells to live and reproduce. Visitors, guided by the communicators of Le Nuvole, will be able to extract the most important molecule of biology and discover the secrets and curiosities related to it in four simple “steps”.
60 minutes
from 7 years old

“We turn you into a biotechnologist!”
Laboratory in collaboration with Le Nuvole Scienza
Saturday at 10 am and 2.30 pm
Sunday 11 am / 1 pm / 3.30 pm
Biotechnologies … how unknown! Yet we are talking about a science unconsciously applied already thousands of years ago by man. On the contrary, today, with awareness, they are used to achieve many purposes of common utility concerning biomedical, pharmaceutical, industrial and agricultural processes mainly through the use of living organisms of which the biotechnologist knows and studies the DNA and all the techniques that allow you to change it. We will therefore try to turn you too into … biotechnologists! Like?
Learning about the structure and function of DNA and simulating a gene transfer technique in order to obtain a “genetically modified organism”. Naturally with the help of the science communicators of Le Nuvole.
60 minutes
from 7 years old

OPENING AND TICKETS INFO

Days and opening hours
Tuesday to Sunday
Public opening hours: 9.00 – 17.00

Museum offer
Corporea Museum  + Workshops at weekends and on public holidays;

Access and visit
Reservations are no longer required for access to the museum, but all visitors over the age of 12 must show their Green Pass and, if requested, a valid identity document. Only those exempt on the basis of appropriate medical certification are exempt.
A mask must be worn from the age of 6 years and upwards, and people must be kept at a distance.
Visitors may remain in the exhibition areas for as long as they wish and interact directly with the exhibits, even without a guide.
For schools, booking is compulsory by calling 0817352222 or writing to contact@cittadellascienza.it, as usual.

Tickets
For adults: museum entry € 5, guided tour on meeting point included in museum entry ticket;
For school groups: museum admission € 5, guided tour/educational activity € 3;

Tickets can be purchased online at Etes or at the ticket office of Città della Scienza.

Free admission
Children 0-3 years
Disabled people + 1 accompanying person
ICOM card holders
Health personnel
Citizens living in the district of Bagnoli (Naples)

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Week end in Città della Scienza: “Looking at other worlds”

This weekend, Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 September, in addition to ordinary visits to the interactive museum of the human body Corporea and shows of our extraordinary Planetarium, at Città della Scienza it will be possible to participate in the fun laboratory activities carried out in collaboration with Le Nuvole Scienza. Through two “space” activities the most adventurous will travel in the infinite cosmos to experience a thousand adventures: Spazio Vitale is a fun science for having a journey into other worlds to verify “habitability”, while in the laboratory the Hubble Space Telescope the most creative ones can make a 3D model of the most famous of telescopes.

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SPAZIO VITALE – GAME OF SCIENCE
Saturday 12 and Sunday 12 and 4 pm
A game-story of existence in all dimensions lead by the science communicators of Le Nuvole. The players approach a scientific story-game table, centered on the birth of life on our planet and on the possibility of its existence elsewhere in the cosmos. Winner will have to modify DNA and colonize a “habitable” planet.
DURATION: 60 minutes
TARGET: from 7 years old

The activity can be booked at the Corporea Infopoint

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THE HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE – LABORATORY
Saturday 11 am and 3 pm, Sunday 11 am and 3 pm
Hubble Space Telescope: the first and most famous of the telescopes invited by man into space to observe the universe! In orbit at about 570 kilometers high, in 30 years of activity Hubble has allowed us to see the cosmos in a completely new way, thanks to one and a half million images taken by its on-board instruments. Together with the science communicators of Le Nuvole we will create a 1: 100 scale 3D model of this telescope using the tinkering methods (“thinking with your hands”, tinkering to create objects of various kinds using easily available recycled materials). Boys and girls to think about single components and the results obtained by one of the most advanced human technologies.
DURATION: 60 minutes
TARGET: from 8 years old

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The activity can be booked at the Corporea Infopoint

OPENING AND TICKETS INFO

Days and opening hours
Tuesday to Sunday
Public opening hours: 9.00 – 17.00

Museum offer
Body + Planetarium + Workshops at weekends and on public holidays;

Access and visit
Reservations are no longer required for access to the museum, but all visitors over the age of 12 must show their Green Pass and, if requested, a valid identity document. Only those exempt on the basis of appropriate medical certification are exempt.
A mask must be worn from the age of 6 years and upwards, and people must be kept at a distance.
Visitors may remain in the exhibition areas for as long as they wish and interact directly with the exhibits, even without a guide.
For schools, booking is compulsory by calling 0817352222 or writing to contact@cittadellascienza.it, as usual.

Tickets
For adults: museum entry € 5, planetarium entry € 3, guided tour on meeting point included in museum entry ticket;
For school groups: museum admission € 5, planetarium admission € 3, guided tour/educational activity € 3;
Entrance to the planetarium only: € 5.

Tickets can be purchased online at Etes or at the ticket office of Città della Scienza.

Free admission
Children 0-3 years
Disabled people + 1 accompanying person
ICOM card holders
Health personnel
Citizens living in the district of Bagnoli (Naples)

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Playing with Protons Goes Digital – PwPGD

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Città della Scienza participates in the international project Playing with Protons Goes Digital aimed at teachers of all levels focusing on the theme of teaching of science through an engaging use of digital technologies by experimenting laboratory activities, scientific investigation with innovative methodological approaches based on art. The fast transition to distance learning is offering an opportunity, perhaps unique, which is inherent in new digital technologies, to inspire and involve young people in the study of science.
Scientific topics, frontier issues such as those investigated by INFN and CERN, will be treated with the classes, both in presence and remotely. The intent is to build a lasting relationship, a systematic and fruitful exchange with those involved in science education, also with the aim of strengthening the ability to face and overcome difficult times such as those of the current pandemic.
The project aims to improve both digital skills and the ability to teach science in order to excite and engage the audience but also wants to emphasize the importance of science in our society.
Across Europe 50 schools, 100 teachers and 500 students will be involved in the PwPGD project.

In addition to Fondazione Idis-Città della Scienza, the partner involved in the projects are: National Institute of Nuclear Physics (INFN), Ellinogermaniki Agogi Scholi Panagea (Greece), University of Birmingham (United Kingdom) and Creativitic Innova Sl (Spain)

If you are a teacher and you want to participate in the PwPGD project, write to parente@cittadellascienza.it, dmartinocittadellascienza.it

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Città della Scienza participates in the European Researchers’ Night 2021

The Researchers’ Night is an initiative promoted by the European Commission since 2005 involving thousands of researchers and research institutions in all European countries.

The goal is to create opportunities for connecting researchers and citizens in order to spread scientific culture and knowledge of the research professions in an informal and stimulating context.

Italy immediately joined the European initiative with a variety of projects that traditionally make it one of the European countries with the largest number of events scattered throughout the territory. Fondazione Idis-Città della Scienza has been participating in the initiative for years with events that include live scientific experiments and demonstrations, exhibitions and guided tours.

For 2021 we offer two different activities, both online and face-to-face, in collaboration with Le Nuvole Scienza.

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On Friday morning, September 24th, we participate in the virtual edition organized by Neuromed and Pascale through the online visit to the virtual exhibition Passione Virale: a journey into the world of viruses that has two priority objectives, the first is to present visitors, through beautiful images, the viruses responsible for the main diseases of human history; the second is to guide visitors to the most serious and scientifically reliable resources on the web, so that everyone builds their own in-depth path, carefully avoiding all those fake news of which, unfortunately, the Internet is littered.

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On Saturday, 25 September, we participate in the ERN NET Science Together with the “Choose your climate” to raise awareness of the current emergency of climate change and the disastrous consequences.

At the interactive museum of the human body Corporea from 10 to 1 pm it will be possible to attend a series of experiments that will highlight the physical phenomena related to climate change and, through the calculation of the ecological footprint, understand the role of human actions in climate change .

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Info and Contacts: Contact Centre contact@cittadellascienza.it +39 081.7352.222 fax +39 081.7352.224.

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WEEKEND AT CITTÀDELLASCIENZA is back!

On Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 September it will be possible to visit the Corporea museum and participate in the fun workshop activities carried out in collaboration with Le Nuvole, suitable both for children and adults.

Among the activities of the week end: “Symbiosis” laboratory where it will be possible to discover, through three-dimensional scientific models, all organisms in nature, animals, plants or bacteria, which create bonds and establish relationships between them ranging from members of the same family to individuals of different species. We will be able to observe connections between the predator and its prey, between parents and their offspring, or interactions that go beyond mere observation, more complex to understand. We will discover which of these types of symbiotic relationships are useful for humans.
TIME 60 minutes
TARGET: for everyone

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This weekend it will also be possible to participate in one of our engaging Science Show, a show lasting 60 minutes in which one of our expert science communicators will involve the public with a series of live experiments related to the title and theme of the show which is “Games of Earth” since childhood we are attracted to the earth, and not only for a matter of gravity: getting dirty and rolling around in this element seems to be a fundamental stage in the growth path of the child, who thus learns the basic coordination patterns and identifies the boundaries of one’s body; also all the other elements (fire, air and water) seem to attracted by earth. But, do we really know how it is made? Let’s try to test the strength of this element
Beware that our expert guide will ask the public to interact in some experiments !!!
TIME: 60 minutes
TARGET: for everyone

*The workshop is designed for children but the presence and participation of adults will be appreciated.

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OPENING AND TICKETS INFO

Days and opening hours
Tuesday to Sunday
Public opening hours: 9.00 – 17.00

Museum offer
Body + Planetarium + Workshops at weekends and on public holidays;

Access and visit
Reservations are no longer required for access to the museum, but all visitors over the age of 12 must show their Green Pass and, if requested, a valid identity document. Only those exempt on the basis of appropriate medical certification are exempt.
A mask must be worn from the age of 6 years and upwards, and people must be kept at a distance.
Visitors may remain in the exhibition areas for as long as they wish and interact directly with the exhibits, even without a guide.
For schools, booking is compulsory by calling 0817352222 or writing to contact@cittadellascienza.it, as usual.

Tickets
For adults: museum entry € 5, planetarium entry € 3, guided tour on meeting point included in museum entry ticket;
For school groups: museum admission € 5, planetarium admission € 3, guided tour/educational activity € 3;
Entrance to the planetarium only: € 5.

Tickets can be purchased online at Etes or at the ticket office of Città della Scienza.

Free admission
Children 0-3 years
Disabled people + 1 accompanying person
ICOM card holders
Health personnel
Citizens living in the district of Bagnoli (Naples)

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CITTÀ DELLA SCIENZA IS BACK!

After the summer break, Città della Scienza museum reopens starting from Tuesday September 14 2021  with great enthusiasm. During these first months it will still be possible to access our spaces at a very special price to visit Corporea museum, attend the exciting 2D shows of the Planetarium and participate in the fun laboratory activities planned during the weekends and holidays. In the autumn, new happenings await our public, starting with the new editions of Futuro Remoto and the Three Days for the School as well as new and interesting surprises.

Città della Scienza è aperta - settembre 2021

Opening is from 9  to  5 pm,  Tuesday to Sunday.

Tickets price list (valid until November 30th):
- adults and children: museum € 5, planetarium € 3, guided tour at meeting point included in the museum ticket;
- for school groups: museum € 5, planetarium€ 3, guided tour / educational activity € 3;
- only planetarium : € 5.

Tickets can be booked online on the etes website or at the Città della Scienza ticket office.

How to access and visit
To access the museum, reservations will no longer be required, but showing Green Pass will be mandatory for all visitors over the age of 12 and, upon request, a valid identity document. Only people suitable medical certification are exempt.
The obligation to use the mask from 6 years of age and respect for interpersonal distancing remains valid.
Visitors can stay inside the exhibition areas for as long as they want and interact directly, even without a guide, with the exhibits.
For schools, reservations are required by calling 0817352222, as usual.
We are waiting for you to have fun together.

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Exhibition ITALIA: L’ARTE DELLA SCIENZA

ITALY: THE ART OF SCIENCE
At the Universum Museo de Las Ciencias of Mexico City
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC FROM SEPTEMBER 25 TO DECEMBER 12

ITALY: THE ART OF SCIENCE
It is an exhibition that is a journey, engaging and exciting, to discover the creativity and imagination that characterize Italian science.

ITALY: THE ART OF SCIENCE
It is a story that tells a modern dimension with deep roots in the past, ready to evolve in a continuous comparison on a global level, welcoming new experiences and looking to the future.

ITALY: THE ART OF SCIENCE
It is an exhibition that presents Italian scientific research and its actors through evocative evidences that represent the contribution made 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 leading to the future.

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See you in September…Enjoy your holidays!

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Città della Scienza closes for the summer break from August 1st to be back on September 14th, but will get in touch with you throughout the month of August on social channels with scientific news, insights and our most interesting activities throughout the year. From the ‘impossible interviews’ with Darwin, Leonardo da Vinci and Cecilia Pyne, to the in-depth “Città della Scienza on air” on biotechnology, coronavirus and nutrition, to the ‘Mezzogiorno Scienza’ and the connection with the Concordia base in Antarctica. In short, a lot of science, in a light and fun format, even on vacation, for all ages.

And from autumn many exciting news including the Futuro Remoto  event and two new exhibitions: one dedicated to the development of the smart home, and another dedicated to Covid 19.

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Call for the assignment of the “Luigi Frunzio” award.

The District Council of the National Magistrates Association promotes an award dedicated to the memory of Luigi Frunzio, Assistant Prosecutor of the District Anti-Mafia Directorate of Naples who died last March, in order to continue his commitment in promoting the culture of legality in schools.

Thus “Luigi Frunzio prize” intended for secondary school students in the province of Naples who are called to express themselves on the concept of legality and the promotion of the values ​​of justice through the creation of a creative work. The works can be produced in the most appropriate form of expression (figurative letter, theatrical, cinematographic or other), accompained with an explicative  relationship.

An examining commission made up of district magistrates and representatives of civil society will evaluate the works and nominate three winning schools. The prize consists of the total sum of 5.000 euros (which will be divided among the first three winning schools), which the District Council of Naples undertakes to pay to the winning institution through the acquisition of literary, multimedia or instrumentation works, which the school manager will take care to provide, illustrating the reasons for the choice and the need for the didactics acquired.

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The schools apply by 30 September 2021 the application form to the e-mail address premiofrunziomail.com indicating the name of the school, municipality, address, telephone number, e-mail specifying the subject of the e-mail – Call for the assignment of the “Luigi Frunzio” award.

SCARICA IL BANDO
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A small attacking army! Weekend at Città della Scienza 24 and 25 July 2021

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During summer and becouse of the high temperatures, the desire to be outdoors awakens in us as well as taking some trips out of town and wear lighter clothes, leaving large parts of the body uncovered. However, summer is accompanied by the annoying presence of insects outdoors as well as at home, these small invertebrates that feed with our blood or that simply sting us for defense. At Città della Scienza on Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 July we will learn how to defend ourselves from mosquito bites, sand flies, horseflies, bed bugs, ticks, violin spiders and scleroderms. We will also learn the secrets of those harmless but unwanted guests, such as cockroaches, ants, moths and silverfish, which peep into our homes in the summer. We will discover how to remove them with natural remedies without resorting to poisons that are also toxic for us.

USEFUL INFORMATION

Dates, days, timing, admission, time slots and capacities 

Opening: from Tuesday to Sunday Timing: 9.30- 4.30 pm Entrance: compulsory reservation

Time slots and capacities Three time slots 10 – 12 12 -2pm 2pm – 4pm

Guided tour includes:  Corporea Antarctica Exhibition Scientific Lab or demonstration

Guided tour takes about two hours. At the end of the tour, visitors can stay inside the museum of Corporea.

Ticket Single ticket is 5 €   admission will be free for healthcare personnel and for citizens of Bagnoli (compulsory  reservation).

Compulsory reservation To access the museum the booking is obligatory, due to the limited number of home visitors, and suggest the presence of the online ticket that guarantees the automatic booking. The booking does not have any additional costs and is obligatory. Alternatively it is possible to book by sending an email to contact@cittadellascienza.it indicating name, surname, person number, cell phone number, day of visit and schedule. The reservation is valid only with the receipt confirmation via email from our incoming service. For groups of up to 6 people’s required online access. For the agency and for renting the contact center call 081.7352.222  contact@cittadellascienza.it

Safety measures and visit tours - All visitors, including children, are required to wear masks from the age of 6;  - disinfectant gel dispensers are available along the route - the tempeure will be measured at the entrance to Città della Scienza - Entrance is allowed only with reservation

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FOOD FOR EARTH – ENVIRONMENT CLIMATE & ENERGY

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22 JULY 2021, Naples
FOOD FOR EARTH
Environment, Energy and Climate

De Felice Foundation
Palazzo Donn’Anna, Naples

On the occasion of the Ministers’ Meeting on the Environment, Energy, and Climate, under the G20 framework, Future Food Institute is organising a dense agenda of official side events, recognised by ALL4CLIMATE ITALY of the Italian Minister for Ecological Transition.

The Environment, Climate, and Energy Ministerial Meeting will be held in Naples on the 22nd and 23rd of July 2021. It will be chaired by the Minister for the Ecological Transition, Roberto Cingolani, and the Minister of Economic Development, Giancarlo Giorgetti.

Under the Food For Earth framework, the Future Food Institute, together with Città della Scienza, is proposing a series of events to promote sustainable development worldwide, and to demonstrate the commitment to protect the environment and minimise risks to climate, human health, and biodiversity. Industrial development has been built upon cheap and abundant energy from burning fossil fuels. The resulting release of greenhouse gas emissions into the atmosphere has led to measurable changes to the Earth’s climate. Science can help us to understand these trends, what drives them, and how they might affect us in the future. Science can also uncover and develop solutions, from reducing our impact on the environment to making societies more resilient to changes.

This initiative is framed in the context of Food For Earth, a long-term project organised by the Future Food Institute and FAO, in the framework of a collaboration that aims to accelerate the ecological transition of global agri-food systems, empowering and connecting changemakers, scientists, innovators, industries, the broader society, and policymakers. This Food for Earth G20 Edition wants to  ensure that world leaders listen not only to voices representing government, business sectors, youth, women, civil society, and science, but also to the proposals and demands of those responsible for “Feeding the Planet,” feeders, farmers, and food producers, because the “great challenge of our era is to succeed in protecting our planet, by feeding humans in a healthy way and by taking care of the ecosystem that is hosting us.

To secure the foundations for future prosperity and also to reduce the risks of future pandemics, the G20 must take the lead in forging a coordinated action agenda that can deliver a healthy, sustainable, and equitable food future for humanity.

Our mission is to foster exponential positive change to sustainably improve life on Earth through education and innovation in global food systems. Future Food is an inclusive network and inspiring platform that is sparking exponential positive change in the global food system, in an entrepreneurial way. FFI is glad to organise this official side event that will focus on the themes of environment, energy, and climate and the nexus with the agrifood sector.

THE EVENTS

Our initiative includes the organisation of three main events on the 22nd, 23rd and 24th of July in Naples and Pollica. We decided to dedicate each day to a topic of the Ministerial Meeting on the Environment, Energy and Climate.

On the morning of the 22nd we will be hosted by Fondanzione Felice at Donn’Anna Palace (Naples) where we will investigate the complex relationships between food and Environment, through the panels “Food for Earth” and “Science for Earth”.

On the second day, we will direct our conversation towards the last topic of the G20 Ministerial Meeting, Climate and Energy, as well as on the the three pillars of the G20 as a whole: People, Planet and Prosperity. We will do so from Pollica, a UNESCO Emblematic Community of the Mediterranean Diet, within the Center for Mediterranean Studies “Angelo Vassallo”.

The third and final day will be devoted to a dialogue with the local community and institutions about the Mediterranean as a model for sustainable lifestyles.

Below you will find a more detailed agenda of our three-day initiative.

09.00 AM – Naples
Fondazione De Felice, Palazzo
Donn’Anna, Napoli
Food and Climate

9.30 AM – Opening and Institutional Welcome
● Sara Roversi, President Future Food Institute
● Riccardo Villari, President Fondazione IDIS – Città della Scienza
● Marina Colonna, President Fondazione De Felice
● Sabato D’Auria, Director of the CNR Department of Biology, Agriculture and Food Science

10.00 AM – Panel: Food For Earth
● Sara Roversi, President of Future Food Institute
● Sr. Alessandra Smerilli, Under-Secretary of the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human
Development*
● Riccardo Valentini, Professor of Forest Ecology at the University of Tuscia
● Grammenos Mastrojeni, General Secretary, Union for the Mediterranean
● Simona Caselli, President of Areflh
● Angelo Riccaboni, President PRIMA Foundation
● Danielle Gould, Food Tech Connect

11.00 AM – Panel: Science For Earth
● Matteo Vignoli, University of Bologna, co-founder Future Food Institute
● Luigi Nicolais, Coordinator of the Scientific Technical Committee of Fondazione IDIS – Città
della Scienza
● Alfonso Pecoraro Scanio, President of the General Council of Univerde Foundation
● Marta Antonelli, Researcher at Centro Euro-Mediterraneo sui Cambiamenti Climatici (online)
● Federica Rossi, Steering Committee of the Accademia dei Georgofili (online)
● Giorgio Matteucci, Director of CNR Institute of Bioeconomy (online)
● Mauro Centritto Director of CNR Institute for Sustainable Plant Protection (online)
● Antonello Pasini, Senior Researcher of CNR Institute on Atmospheric Pollution Research
(online)
● Francesco Loreto, Professor of Plant Physiology at the University of Naples Federico II (online)

12.00 AM Closing Remarks
● Sara Roversi, President of Future Food Institute
● Pio Wennubst, Bites of Transfoodmation Ambassador, Permanent Representative. Permanent
Mission of Switzerland to FAO/IFAD/WFP

This event will be held in English.

Full program
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Summer tastes of science! Weekend at Città della Scienza – 17 and 18 July 2021

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Whether it’s at the sea, mountains or countryside, let’s take science on vacation with us!

Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 July in Città della Scienza we will show you a series of scientific experiments, simple butreally fun, to be carried out at home or outdoors with simple objects such as balloons, bottles, newspapers, caps, rubber bands, food and everything we can find in the places where we will spend the summer holidays. We will give you some useful tips to spend some time relaxing by learning many interesting scientific notions, such as the secrets of solids, liquids and to amaze friends and relatives with the beauty of science.

USEFUL INFORMATION

Dates, days, timing, admission, time slots and capacities 

Opening: from Tuesday to Sunday
Timing: 9.30- 4.30 pm
Entrance: compulsory reservation

Time slots and capacities
Three time slots
10 – 12
12 -2pm
2pm – 4pm

Guided tour includes: 
Corporea
Antarctica Exhibition
Scientific Lab or demonstration

Guided tour takes about two hours.
At the end of the tour, visitors can stay inside the museum of Corporea.

Ticket
Single ticket is 5 €  
admission will be free for healthcare personnel and for citizens of Bagnoli (compulsory  reservation).

Compulsory reservation
To access the museum the booking is obligatory, due to the limited number of home visitors, and suggest the presence of the online ticket that guarantees the automatic booking.
The booking does not have any additional costs and is obligatory.
Alternatively it is possible to book by sending an email to contact@cittadellascienza.it indicating name, surname, person number, cell phone number, day of visit and schedule.
The reservation is valid only with the receipt confirmation via email from our incoming service.
For groups of up to 6 people’s required online access.
For the agency and for renting the contact center call 081.7352.222  contact@cittadellascienza.it

Safety measures and visit tours
- All visitors, including children, are required to wear masks from the age of 6; 
- disinfectant gel dispensers are available along the route
- the tempeure will be measured at the entrance to Città della Scienza
- Entrance is allowed only with reservation

ONLINE TICKET
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Beach guys! Weekend at Città della Scienza 10 – 11 July 2021

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Let’s turn the beach into an open-air educational laboratory! During summer holidays, we are ready to look at our beaches with a more careful and scientific eye, the objects that you can meet tell us wonderful stories such as the extraordinary adaptations that sea animals and plants have had over the centuries to survive in the their environments. By observing pieces of shells, strange fibrous bullets, dug wood, pierced shells we could discover how the invertebrates of our seas live, what they eat, how they defend themselves from predators and even how they contribute to the formation of future mountains!

Be connected with our enviroment is essential to safeguard biodiversity and contribute to living in a healthy place. After this scientific demonstration we will become environmental detective experts in natural resources and our beach walks will never be the same!

USEFUL INFORMATION

Dates, days, timing, admission, time slots and capacities 

Opening: from Tuesday to Sunday
Timing: 9.30- 4.30 pm
Entrance: compulsory reservation

Time slots and capacities
Three time slots
10 – 12
12 -2pm
2pm – 4pm

Guided tour includes: 
Corporea
Antarctica Exhibition
Scientific Lab or demonstration

Guided tour takes about two hours.
At the end of the tour, visitors can stay inside the museum of Corporea.

Ticket
Single ticket is 5 €  
admission will be free for healthcare personnel and for citizens of Bagnoli (compulsory  reservation).

Compulsory reservation
To access the museum the booking is obligatory, due to the limited number of home visitors, and suggest the presence of the online ticket that guarantees the automatic booking.
The booking does not have any additional costs and is obligatory.
Alternatively it is possible to book by sending an email to contact@cittadellascienza.it indicating name, surname, person number, cell phone number, day of visit and schedule.
The reservation is valid only with the receipt confirmation via email from our incoming service.
For groups of up to 6 people’s required online access.
For the agency and for renting the contact center call 081.7352.222  contact@cittadellascienza.it

Safety measures and visit tours
- All visitors, including children, are required to wear masks from the age of 6; 
- disinfectant gel dispensers are available along the route
- the tempeure will be measured at the entrance to Città della Scienza
- Entrance is allowed only with reservation

ONLINE TICKET
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Climate observatory @Città della Scienza – 3 and 4 July 2021

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Every year, during summer, the Mediterranean and Italy are “hit” by very intense heat waves.: “It’s summer, it’s normal to be hot!”, But we still have to distinguish how hot it is, whether it is torrid or muggy. And very often there is still a lot of confusion about it so for this weekend we will try to know more, as usual. In our laboratory we will deal with climatology and using your smartphone you can observe the meteorological variable, the temperature and find out how many thermometers are used to measure it.
We will also analyze the perceived temperature, climatic belts, the Earth’s albedo and how climate change can affect it.
A fun workshop in which adults and children can participate.

USEFUL INFORMATION

Dates, days, timing, admission, time slots and capacities 

Opening: from Tuesday to Sunday
Timing: 9.30- 4.30 pm
Entrance: compulsory reservation

Time slots and capacities
Three time slots
10 – 12
12 -2pm
2pm – 4pm

Guided tour includes: 
Corporea
Antarctica Exhibition
Scientific Lab or demonstration

Guided tour takes about two hours.
At the end of the tour, visitors can stay inside the museum of Corporea.

Ticket
Single ticket is 5 €  
admission will be free for healthcare personnel and for citizens of Bagnoli (compulsory  reservation).

Compulsory reservation
To access the museum the booking is obligatory, due to the limited number of home visitors, and suggest the presence of the online ticket that guarantees the automatic booking.
The booking does not have any additional costs and is obligatory.
Alternatively it is possible to book by sending an email to contact@cittadellascienza.it indicating name, surname, person number, cell phone number, day of visit and schedule.
The reservation is valid only with the receipt confirmation via email from our incoming service.
For groups of up to 6 people’s required online access.
For the agency and for renting the contact center call 081.7352.222  contact@cittadellascienza.it

Safety measures and visit tours
- All visitors, including children, are required to wear masks from the age of 6; 
- disinfectant gel dispensers are available along the route
- the tempeure will be measured at the entrance to Città della Scienza
- Entrance is allowed only with reservation

ONLINE TICKET
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#MezzogiornoScienza is the new born!

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Among the many scientific dissemination activities that we carry out in Città della Scienza #MezzogiornoScienza is the new born! This is a new format that allows us to dialogue with some of the most important companies in our country to understand the post Covid scenario.
The spread of covid-19 has had a profound impact on the social and economic life of the world population, causing a radical change in everyone’s habits. In the presence of an increasingly ‘hybrid’ world, the subject of a real digital revolution, we will try to know the stories of those who have lived and are experiencing this radical change personally. What have we learned from these difficult months? Are we ready to commit ourselves to guaranteeing a healthier and more sustainable environment for all of us? What awaits us
The purpose of scientific dissemination is always to reach and attract a wide audience, with particular attention to young people, and to make it clear that the most important thing for a human being is knowledge and its sharing.
A cycle of 5 meetings, from 4 June to 2 July 2021, broadcast every Friday at noon on our social channels (Facebook, youtube and Instagram) in which Città della Scienza meets 5 leaders in their sector to share real testimonies and reflections on best viable roads.

The format will resume in September with many new features.

Next dates:
June 25: Erickson Editions
2 July: Avio Aero

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Tell me what you eat and I’ll tell you who you are! Weekend at Città della Scienza

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Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 June an expert naturalist will lead us, through a fun interactive game, to discover the anatomy of animals by observing the adaptations of their teeth according to their feedings.
We will observe the differences between carnivorous, omnivorous and herbivorous animals and see which tooth shapes are best suited to a certain type of food and also make a comparison with the human species that will leave us, it is appropriate to say, “with an open mouth” . It will be the right occasion to get live observations of the skulls of animals never seen before, from the lion to the turtle, from the wild boar to the whale thanks to the finds from the Bologna collection, and above all to notice the amazing adaptive properties of mammals and reptiles.
At the end of this fun scientific activity there is a final quiz to test our observation skills. Come and find out who will be the most attentive naturalist!

USEFUL INFORMATION

Dates, days, timing, admission, time slots and capacities 

Opening: from Tuesday to Sunday
Timing: 9.30- 4.30 pm
Entrance: compulsory reservation

Time slots and capacities
Three time slots
10 – 12
12 -2pm
2pm – 4pm

Guided tour includes: 
Corporea
Antarctica Exhibition
Scientific Lab or demonstration

Guided tour takes about two hours.
At the end of the tour, visitors can stay inside the museum of Corporea.

Ticket
Single ticket is 5 €  
admission will be free for healthcare personnel and for citizens of Bagnoli (compulsory  reservation).

Compulsory reservation
To access the museum the booking is obligatory, due to the limited number of home visitors, and suggest the presence of the online ticket that guarantees the automatic booking.
The booking does not have any additional costs and is obligatory.
Alternatively it is possible to book by sending an email to contact@cittadellascienza.it indicating name, surname, person number, cell phone number, day of visit and schedule.
The reservation is valid only with the receipt confirmation via email from our incoming service.
For groups of up to 6 people’s required online access.
For the agency and for renting the contact center call 081.7352.222  contact@cittadellascienza.it

Safety measures and visit tours
- All visitors, including children, are required to wear masks from the age of 6; 
- disinfectant gel dispensers are available along the route
- the tempeure will be measured at the entrance to Città della Scienza
- Entrance is allowed only with reservation

ONLINE TICKET
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Antarctica, final frontier. Connection with the Italian-French Concordia base

The Concordia Station is on the eastern Antarctic plateau, in the site called Dome C, at a height of 3,230m above sea level, at a distance of about 1.200 km from the coast, over 1,000 km from the Italian Mario Zucchelli station and the French Dumont station. ‘Urville” and about 1,670 km from the geographic South Pole, coordinates: 75 ° 06′ south, 123 ° 20 ‘east.
The Concordia international station has been open continuously since 2005, even during the freezing austral winter, when temperatures reach -80 ° C. During the summer, from the first days of November to the first ten days of February, it hosts up to 34 technicians and researchers. Then the “winterovers”, a small group of about 16 people, remain in complete isolation for nine long months, to continue their activities during the polar winter. They leave the station only when the new shipment arrives, in November.
The Concordia station is considered by the international scientific community as a strategic site for the drilling of the cap for paleoclimatic studies, but also for the study of the earth’s climate, interplanetary space and stars, earth sciences, aerospace medicine.
On Thursday 3 June, in the heart of the polar winter, the Embassy of Italy in Mexico in collaboration with Città della Scienza and the National Research Program in Antarctica in Italy and with the government of the State of Guanajuato and Universum in Mexico, organizes a live streaming with the crew of the 17th Antarctic winter campaign in Concordia. The event, which is held on the occasion of the celebration of Environment Day (June 5), is part of the approach path of the Science Festival Futuro Remoto 2021 which will be dedicated to the theme of Transitions.
It is aimed in particular at primary and secondary school children in Italy and Mexico who will be able to interact directly with the “winterovers” in Antarctica.

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Thursday 3 June
9.00 am (Mexico) | 4.00 pm (Italy) | 10.00 pm (Antarctica)

The event will be broadcast on Facebook / Youtube channels
in Italy
Città della Scienza (in Italian)
in Mexico
Universum (in Spanish)

FOR ADVANCES | www.pnra.aq | www.uta.enea.it
FOR INFORMATION | www.cittadellascienza.it | iicmessico.esteri.it/iic_messico/it/ | www.universum.unam.mx

GREETINGS
Emilia GIORGETTI, Scientific Attaché of the Embassy of Italy in Mexico (moderator)
Carla GIUSTI, Director of ExiT, Città della Scienza
Maria Emilia BEYER RUIZ, Director of Universum, Mexico
Juan Antonio Reus MONTAÑO, DG IDEA, Government of the State of Guanajuato

A PERMANENT LABORATORY IN THE HEART OF THE ICE CONTINENT
Guido DI DONFRANCESCO, Member of the National Scientific Commission for Antarctica Antarctica Technical Unit, ENEA

LIVE DIALOGUE WITH CONCORDIA STATION
Crew of the 17th Italian Scientific Expedition to Antarctica,
led by Rodolfo CANESTRARI, National Institute of Astrophysics

PERSPECTIVES OF THE RESEARCH IN ANTARCTICA
Roberta MECOZZI, Head of RIA Service – Antarctica Technical Unit, ENEA

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Mission Antarctica 35 years of Italian mission in the extreme continent reopens to the public.

Wednesday 2 June 2021 in Città della Scienza the exhibition Mission Antarctica  35 years of Italian mission in the extreme continent reopens to the public.  From 10 to 2 pm  there will be the Italian researchers welcoming and guiding visitors through the exhibition, answering questions and telling their experience in Antarctica. Biologists of the University of Naples Parthenope will show a selection of Antarctic samples and will provide a broad description of them. The day of June 2 anticipates the appointment scheduled for June 3 with the connection, live on our social channels, with the Italian-French base Concordia.

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Talkings:

Giorgio Budillon
Professor of the University of Naples Parthenope and Vice President of the National Scientific Commission for Antarctica

Vincenzo Saggiomo
Director of the Dohrn Foundation and member of the National Scientific Commission for Antarctica

Olga Mangoni
Professor at the University of Naples Parthenope

Yuri Cotroneo
Researcher at the University of Naples Parthenope

Pasquale Castagno
Researcher at the University of Naples Parthenope

Luigia Donnarumma
Researcher at the University of Naples Parthenope

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Città della Scienza and Summer School Plan 2021

According to the note of 27 April 2021 with which the Ministry of Education communicates the start of the Summer 2021 School Plan and the dedicated PON call, expiring on 21st May, Città della Scienza will be very pleased to collaborate with schools of all levels to contribute to the enhancement of the didactic and training offer with a view to sociality and creative leadership of  students  of all ages.

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Città della Scienza offers usefull paths to approach next school year trough:

Labs activities concerning STEAM

Playful-didactic activities related to creativity

Playful-educational activities related to the environment and sustainability

Activities related to education for citizenship and collective life

The activities can take place, in complete safety, in the large spaces of Città della Scienza (both outdoors and indoors) focused on cultural growth, fun, recovery of learning with innovative experiences, laboratory activities and guided tours.

Contacts: 0817352222

contact@cittadellascienza.it

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All Science: Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 May, 2021

Turning into a scientist, discovering the small and big secrets of  human body, travellin through the ice continent, looking at a starry sky helping mum and dad to recognize stars, comets and planets in the immense universe that surrounds us in the fantastic Planetarium of Città della Scienza, participating in scientific demonstrations about the world of insects, this and much more awaits you in Città della Scienza on the weekend of 15 and 16 May 2021!

Do not miss the opportunity to participate in the rich program at the Science Center of Città della Scienza … come and visit us, in complete safety, together with your family to play and have fun with science!

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SUNDAY MAY 16 at 10 am 
KID PASS DAYS Special Live

Live Streaming
Meeting with the President of Città della Scienza. Introduces the  KID PASS DAYS Special Live  Marianna Vianello, Director and Cofounder of Kid Pass having as special guest the President of Città della Scienza prof. Riccardo Villari. The journalist Luisa Maioli of Radio Vivafm leads. Followed by the scientific demonstration for children “A respectable insect” live from Città della Scienza (the demonstration will last about 30 minutes).

STREAMING

SATURDAY 15th AND SUNDAY 16th MAY
Activities in the Science Centre di Città della Scienza

Guided tours to Corporea_ Museum of human body
Three floors of exhibition area and many interactive exhibits to discover in a fun way all the secrets of the human body, knowing it better and understand how it works!

NEW Guided tour of the Antarctica Mission Exhibition 35 years of Italian mission in the extreme continent
The visitor will be guided along a path between meteorites, rocks and animal finds, logbooks and instruments for polar research, which will allow him to learn about the uniqueness of the ice continent.
Demonstrations and scientific insights into the world of insects
A respectable insect: scientific demonstrations to observe and listen live insects and bring kids and adults to the spectacular world of insects!

2D show at the Planetarium
Among constellations, galaxies and planets discovering the wonders of the universe! The show is included in the scheduled tours at 10, 12 and 2pm.

INFO
Museum is open from Thursday to Sunday from 9.30 to 4.30 pm. Reservation is compulsory.
Ticket prize is  5 € and includes:
 Corporea vsit tour
 Antarctita exhibition
 Planetarium show
 Scientific demonstrations on Insects.
Timing visit:
1st tour: from 10 to 12
2nd tour: from 12 to 2 pm
3rd tour: from 2 to 4

RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS:
Mail to: contact@cittadellascienza.it
BUY YOUR TICKET HERE
Purchasing ticket means you are already booked..

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Città della Scienza is back

Città della Scienza, according to national provisions, reopens its museum next May 6 from Thursday to Sunday from 9.30 am to 4.30 pm. It is time for families, and especially for children and teenagers, to come back in the museum in total safely to play with science and to enjoy, with the beautiful spring days, the wide open spaces of the scientific hub of Bagnoli.

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Dates, days, timing, admission, time slots and capacities 

Opening: from Tuesday to Sunday
Timing: 9.30- 4.30 pm
Entrance: compulsory reservation

Time slots and capacities
Three time slots
10 – 12
12 -2pm
2pm – 4pm

Guided tour includes: 
Corporea
Antarctica Exhibition
Scientific Lab or demonstration

Guided tour takes about two hours.
At the end of the tour, visitors can stay inside the museum of Corporea.

Ticket
Single ticket is 5 €  
admission will be free for healthcare personnel and for citizens of Bagnoli (compulsory  reservation).

Compulsory reservation
To access the museum the booking is obligatory, due to the limited number of home visitors, and suggest the presence of the online ticket that guarantees the automatic booking.
The booking does not have any additional costs and is obligatory.
Alternatively it is possible to book by sending an email to contact@cittadellascienza.it indicating name, surname, person number, cell phone number, day of visit and schedule.
The reservation is valid only with the receipt confirmation via email from our incoming service.
For groups of up to 6 people’s required online access.
For the agency and for renting the contact center call 081.7352.222  contact@cittadellascienza.it

Safety measures and visit tours
- All visitors, including children, are required to wear masks from the age of 6; 
- disinfectant gel dispensers are available along the route
- the tempeure will be measured at the entrance to Città della Scienza
- Entrance is allowed only with reservation

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Call for international activities – Futuro Remoto: Transitions

The theme of the 2021 edition will be “Transitions”, and the festival will take place from the 23-28 November 2021.

WHAT DO WE MEAN BY TRANSITIONS? Ecological transition, energy transition, agro-ecological transition, economic transition, epidemiological and health transition, digital transition, urban transition, eco-social transition, cultural transition, political transition, gender identities in transit, language transition, …

The XXXV edition of Futuro Remoto will become a physical and virtual agora; with exhibitions, workshops, demonstrations, events and meetings- a great “show of knowledge”

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These are just some of the transitions underway, because “getting in transition” is precisely the dimension that today more than ever is perceived at all levels, individual, collective and therefore political, strongly characterizing our reality. Also because today transitions happen much faster than it was in the past. This extreme acceleration in the transformation processes requires a great collective effort so that they are processed at all levels without creating trauma but bringing well-being for the planet and for all of us. And Futuro Remoto wants to explore this dimension of the transition and tell it in all its forms thanks to the contribution of the national and international scientific community which is a great protagonist of these transformations.

The XXXV edition of Futuro Remoto becomes a physical and virtual agora with exhibitions, workshops, demonstrations, events and meetings, a great “show of knowledge” able to get citizens, and especially young people and the school public closer to scientific culture and technology, bringing to the stage highly topical issues. Futuro Remoto is a national and international showcase of excellences for the world of research – research in progress, and research to come – we have had the privilege of being able to witness 35 years of scientific and technical advances, and see just how far international research has advanced in those years. Now we look to the future, using what we have learnt and our collective wisdom to steer the future of science and research in a direction that will benefit us all, for a sustainable relaunch and to fight an environmental debt for which there is no more time to wait. Transitions.

ACTIVITIES OF FUTURO REMOTO

All activities should be interactive and allow for audiences to observe, experiment, and engage with the science being shown to them.

In March, April and May, open meetings will be organized  to all those who want to present a proposal for Futuro Remoto to discuss together on the formats to use. Calendar of meetings is published on the site.

Two different formats are available for submitting your proposals:

1) FORMAT FOR PROPOSED ACTIVITIES IN PRESENCE
2) FORMAT FOR ONLINE ACTIVITIES PROPOSALS

Participants can also submit both formats if they mean to carry out face-to-face activities and other online activities.

Some examples of the remote activities that can be carried out:
Future Remote International_Great achievements are always the result of cooperation and comparison with international partners. A virtual space leads to the discovery of research sites in the world and welcomes representatives of science world from all over the globe for the audience of Future Remoto. The protagonists will also be the many Italian scientists who work abroad.
Research comes home_ Local research laboratories bring science to homes and schools through remote labs and live demonstrations where students, families and the general public can dialogue with researchers.
Café Scientifique _Debates, informal meetings, such as scientific cafes allow everyone to get information and discuss together with experts on scientific, ethical and social issues related to scientific and technological research, to prepare for the choices of a future that is almost upon us.
The object in question_ The researcher presents his research or explains a research topic through some objects. The number of objects can vary from 1 to 3. Max 3 researchers for an event of max 1 hour.
Telling with 10 shots_ the researcher will select ten meaningful and impactful images to explain his research. You will have 3 minutes to comment on each image for a 30 minute slot. Max 2 researchers for a total of 1 hour event.
Super quizzes and treasure hunts_ a way to transmit scientific content while having fun, in a team game, with lots of content to discover and questions to solve.
Some examples of the face-to-face activities that can be carried out:
Exhibitions_Interactive, multimedia and photographic installations.
Scientific laboratories and demonstrations_ Science to be discovered while having fun through laboratory experiences and many scientific experiments.
Science Show_ is a show characterized by a succession of scientific experiments, performed in an ironic and scenic way to amaze and intrigue the public
Scientific speed dating_ To find out in a simple way the research carried out in a face-to-face comparison between the public and researchers. 15 researchers are available to the public per 5-minute slot. The meeting is for 1 visitor with 1 researcher for each slot. The visitor can participate in multiple slots by meeting a different researcher each time. The event lasts 1 hour. The proposer must collect the availability of the group of researchers.
Gaming and Escape rooms_ Games and Escape rooms involve the public in a fun way, involving participants, creating stimulating challenges, intriguing and stimulating critical thinking.

DEADLINE May 14, 2021.

FOR SCHOOLS

Promoting an ever stronger dialogue between the world of school and that of research, in which students and teachers participate not only as audiences but as protagonists is the main objective of the Call for Proposals for  Schools participating in Futuro Remoto.

 

#SchoolToSchool
For remote activities, the big news this year is the #SchoolToSchool program: are you ready to get in touch with other schools and present your activities? The XXXV edition of Futuro Remoto includes exchanges of activities, workshops, research and curiosities between schools throughout the country!
In particular, each proposing class will have the possibility to:
• Compare and present their laboratories, interactive demonstrations to another class;
• The two classes will be able to meet a group of researchers who work on the issues inherent to the proposals submitted.
Some examples of the remote activities that can be carried out:
In the role of a scientist_A virtual space welcomes young students who, “in the role of a scientist”, will tell and show their most surprising discoveries with experiments and demonstrations.
The object in question_ the students will explain a topic or a themed scientific discovery through some objects. The number of items can vary from 1 to 3.
Telling with 10 shots_ students will select ten meaningful and impactful images to tell a topic or a themed scientific discovery.
Super quizzes and treasure hunts_ a way to transmit scientific content while having fun, in a team game, with lots of content to discover and questions to solve.
Some examples of the face-to-face activities that can be carried out:
Exhibitions_Interactive, multimedia and photographic installations.
Scientific laboratories and demonstrations_ Science to be discovered while having fun through laboratory experiences and many scientific experiments.
Science Show_ is a show characterized by a succession of scientific experiments, performed in an ironic and scenic way to amaze and intrigue the public.
Gaming and Escape rooms_ Games and Escape rooms involve the public in a fun way, involving participants, creating stimulating challenges, intriguing and stimulating critical thinking.

ORGANIZATIONS

In presence activities

FAC-SIMILE REGISTRATION FORM

SCHOOLS

In presence activities

FAC-SIMILE REGISTRATION FORM
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Città della Scienza sharing “City Nature Challenge 2021” from April 30 to May 3, 2021

Become a Citizen Scientist and participate in the monitoring of urban biodiversity together with other Italian cities!

A public park, a garden, a lawn, a vegetable garden, a roof and a smartphone, together with a great desire to get involved: these are the elements that – from 30 April to 3 May 2021, thanks to City Nature Challenge – will transform citizens of Naples and its province in real citizens-scientists. The international initiative, supported by Città della Scienza, will bring all “nature curious” to take pics and record the sounds of nature inside their own city. All collected data can be uploaded to iNaturalist, a free app open to everyone used all over the world. In addition to the fun and the opportunity to learn a lot of information and curiosities about the environment around us, there will also be the satisfaction of collaborating with researchers for greater knowledge on local and national biodiversity. City Nature Challenge is also a challenge between cities, a way to put the participating cities in competition / collaboration on the theme of knowledge and protection of nature.

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The City Nature Challenge is an international recording initiative of naturalistic observations of wild flora and fauna. The initiative was initially born as a challenge between San Francisco and Los Angeles in 2016 thanks to the California Academy of Sciences and the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles.

More than 350 cities from 38 countries will participate in the 2021 edition. In Italy, the initiative involves various cities sharing “Cluster Biodiversity Italy” as follows: Trinitapoli, with the CEA-Casa di Ramsar body; Bari, with WWF Levante Adriatico; Cisternino, with the Anthropia Association – CEA Cisternino; Lecce, with the WWF Salento; Manduria, with the Regional Natural Reserves Oriented Body of the eastern Taranto coast; Taranto, with the WWF Taranto; Milazzo, with the organization MuMa – Museo del Mare; Catania, with the Mediterranean Marine Fauna Authority; Naples, with Città della Scienza; Massa Lubrense with the Marine Protected Area of ​​Punta Campanella; Procida, with the Marine Protected Area of ​​the Kingdom of Neptune; Portofino, with the Outdoor Portofino body; Trento, with MUSE – Science Museum; Trieste, with the WWF Trieste; Bolzano and Brunico, with the South Tyrol Museum of Natural Sciences.

“Participating is simple – explain the cluster coordinators, Antonio Riontino and Alessandra Flore, head of the Natural Sciences department of Cesab (Research Center in Environmental Sciences and Biotechnologies) – during the days of the challenge you can explore the territory in which you live, or take part to nature excursions organized by institutions, taking photos of wild flora and fauna with your smartphone or digital camera “The photos thus collected can be uploaded to the 2 platforms, iNaturalist or Natusfera, and from 4 to 9 May, with the With the help of expert naturalists and scientists from all over the world, the species photographed will be identified. On May 10, the results will be announced and published worldwide on the official website citynaturechallenge.org

WWF Italy, WWF Young, Aigae (Italian Association of Environmental Hiking Guides), and AFNI (Italian Naturalist Photographers Association) with their local groups, will contribute to collect data on biodiversity in the cities participating in the initiative. .

This citizen science project, literally the science of citizens – explains Alessandra Flore – allows naturalists to collect data useful for scientific research, as biodiversity represents a heritage of inestimable wealth, whose protection and conservation are essential for the survival of ‘humanity

The City Nature Challenge – continues Antonio Riontino – becomes an opportunity to learn about the flora and fauna that populate our cities, in the marine and terrestrial environment, and be the protagonists of a scientific research project“.

The initiative has the patronage of various institutions including the Ministry of Ecological Transition, ISPRA, Federparchi-Europarc, and others; with Cesab which is the lead partner of the project.

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Exhibition opening MATERICA: SCIENCE AS YOU (NOT) IMAGINE IT – 16 April 2021

In occasion of the  “Italian Research Day in the World” – commissioned by Farnesina in 2018 with the aim of enhancing the contribution of Italian researchers in increasing the human knowledge frontier, and celenbrated every year on April 15, on the anniversary of birth of the Italian genius Leonardo Da Vinci – the Embassy of Italy in Mexico promotes, in collaboration with Città della Scienza in Italy and Universum in Mexico, the photographic exhibition Materica: science as you (not) imagine it.

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The inauguration of the exhibition will take place on April 16 at 7 pm (Italy) at 12  (Mexico), online mode  due to the restrictions due to the pandemic.

At the center of the exhibition are natural materials chosen for their characteristics and possible uses in terms of energy transition and environmental impact.
Each photo and each material is considered under a double point of view: the scientific one, including its history and characteristics, and the aesthetic one, where the beauty of the material becomes the protagonist with unexpected visual suggestions.
Among the new materials presented in this aesthetic-scientific narrative of frontier research, a special space is dedicated to Graphene, the thinnest material in the world, a single layer of graphite, which has always existed, yet so innovative that it can lead to a new technological revolution: from telecommunications with low energy consumption, to batteries that recharge quickly, to fast and portable high sensitivity biosensors and solar sails able of taking us to new corners of the universe.

An extraordinary researcher, who clearly testifies to the authority of the Italian research and innovation system, investigated the extraordinary properties of Graphene: Camilla Coletti, researcher at the Italian Institute of Technology and Director of the 2D Materials Engineering Research Group, Italy, author of over 110 publications which already has 2 international patents to its credit and is currently working on the themes of synthesis and integration of scalable 2D materials for optoelectronics, photonics and biomedicine and on engineering van der Waals heterostructures.

Antonio Miramontes CEO of Energeia Graphenemex México, as a voice belonging to the business world  will complete the picture on the applications of Graphene will be the voice from the business world of .
At the end of the Italo-Mexican event, the authors of the “Materica” ​​exhibition will be attended by Mauro Caccavale, Researcher at the Institute of Marine Sciences ISMAR-CNR, Italy and Michela Alfé Researcher at the Institute of Sciences and Technologies for Sustainable Energy and Mobility STEMS-CNR, Italy.
The first edition of the Italian research day in the world was launched at the Farnesina on April 16, 2018, with the presentation of the exhibition “Italy the beauty of knowledge”, a project promoted and financed by the MAECI and carried out by the National Research Council with the four Italian science museums in which Città della Scienza is at the forefront.

The event will be held in Italian and Spanish.
To participate in the inaugural event, send an email: iicmessico@esteri.it by 6.00 pm the day before.
The conference will be broadcast on Facebook channels: Italian Institute of Culture Ciudad de México and / or Città della Scienza

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ITALIAN RESEARCH DAY IN THE WORLD THURSDAY APRIL 15, 2021

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What do we know about viruses and their evolution? What does Italian and Swedish research focus on?

As part of the Italian integrated promotion activity abroad and with reference to initiatives, projects and information events on Science, Research and Innovation aimed at enhancing Italian excellence in the world, the Italian Embassy in Stockholm organizes in collaboration with Cittá della Scienza, the Science center located in Naples (www.cittadellascienza.it) the Italian Research Day in the World 2021.

The event will be held, in compliance with the current health restrictions, on a digital platform on Thursday, April 15, starting at 4:00 pm. The Italian Research Day will be inaugurated by a short excursus on the nature of viruses, through the virtual tour of the exhibition conceived and curated by the Cittá della ScienzaViral Passion” under the guidance of Silvia Bencivelli, science writer and journalist.

The exhibition tour will be followed by a talk between distinguished experts in the field, Prof. Alberto Mantovani, Emeritus Professor of Pathology and Scientific Director of the Istituto Clinico Humanitas and Prof. Maria Grazia Masucci (Professor of Virology at Karolinska Institutet) who will dialogue on the theme “Immunity and Covid-19, current knowledge and open questions” about the state of research in respective countries and how genetic mutations of the virus can change the course of the epidemics and the development of vaccines.

After the virtual tour and the speakers’ speeches, it will be possible to interact with the experts through the chat.

The event will be held entirely in English.

The participation is free of charge and the event is open to the public, by signing up for the Facebook event “Italian Research Day 2021 in Stockholm” (https://fb.me/e/4hNKIDwfm). The programme will soon be available.

For further information: eventi.stockholm@esteri.itinternational@cittadellascienza.it

EVENT PROGRAMME

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PHYSICS SEMINARS, digital edition 20_21

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The cycle of Physics seminars, aimed at high school students, continues this year with online meetings: we are far but close in this second part of the school year affected by Coronavirus.

The program of the Cycle is by the Federico II Physics Department, the National Institute of Nuclear Physics of Naples and Città della Scienza resumes in acceptance of the note of the MIUR, dated March 17 2020, which underlines the importance to support and continue to pursue the social and formative task of doing school even outside of school, and of creating communities.
The meetings, which will take place on Thursday, in the last weeks  of April and in the first week of May, will be freely available through Microsoft’s Teams platform.

To participate in the seminar, you must register: fill  the following form in and you will receive a message with the link that will allow you to participate in the event.

For more info contact  Rossella Parente
parente@cittadellascienza.it

CALENDAR

April 15 at 10. 30-11.15
Did Salvador Dalí meet Albert Einstein?
Pierluigi Paolucci
National Institute of Nuclear Physics, Naples section

April 22 at 10.30-11.15
Classical mechanics applied to artistic roller skating
Laura Valore
University of Naples Federico II, Department of Physics

April 29 at 10.30-11.15
From pigments to particles: accelerators for dating, accelerators for seeing into matter
Maria Rosaria Masullo
National Institute of Nuclear Physics, Naples section

May 6 at 10.30-11.15
Astrophysics with Several Messengers
Tristano Di Girolamo
University of Naples Federico II, Department of Physics

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#RIPARTENZAITALIA

Next Monday 29 March at 10.30 am live on the Facebook and Youtube channels of Città della Scienza the first of the three meetings organized by Ordine degli Avvocati di Napoli, ARPAC e Città della Scienza as part of a program on civic education issues to be held . The first meeting, organized by Ordine degli Avvocati, is entitled: Constitution, school and business. Efficient use of resources and economic development of the country.

Join us by sending an email to contact@cittadellascienza.it

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MICROSOFT TRAINING WEBINAR, CITTA’ DELLA SCIENZA AND USR CAMPANIA

INTRODUCTION

Microsoft offers free training for teachers in specific areas, in this case to the audience of teachers of schools of all levels in the Campania Region – thanks also to the involvement of Campania USR   - and proposes a work program with three webinars, starting from March / April 2021; to be held every two weeks from 3.30 to 5 pm.

TARGET

An initiative aimed at spreading the potential of Microsoft technologies to support teachers and school managers in the acquisition of new digital skills useful for facing the transition from distance learning to hybrid learning.

STRUCTURE 

1. Application presentation (30 min)
2. Real case (30 min)
3. CdS intervention (20 min)
4. Questions (10 min)

Webinar registration is compulsory

DATE: 24 March 2021
TIME: 3.30-5 pm
TITLE: “Digital innovation and educational engagement with Microsoft Teams and Breakout Rooms

DESCRIPTION

The COVID-19 pandemic has spawned a multitude of educational responses on how to transform education in the face of the crisis. We therefore asked ourselves the question: “How can we make the most of the new opportunities arising from the interruption of traditional teaching?” The educating community need collaborative tools and new methodologies that can deepen online education, for both students and teachers, and have the opportunity to adopt new ways of learning to achieve better results. .
Find out about the updates and new features integrated into the Microsoft Teams application and Breakout Rooms in this event. The Breakout Rooms allow you to insert meetings in separate sessions (groups / rooms of participants) in the Microsoft Teams Meeting to facilitate the involvement and brainstorming of specific group activities in the classroom.

CITTA’ DELLA SCIENZA ACTIVITIES:  DAD with Città della Scienza

REGISTRATION
Locandina CDS 1

DATE: 31 March 2021
TIME: 3.30 – 5 pm
TITLE: “Digital Storytelling with STEM”

DESCRIPTION
Digital Storytelling has been used primarily for language and arts subjects for many years, and the benefits of this are widely recognized. More and more educators have recognized its potential in science subjects and the possibilities for increasing student motivation and improving learning outcomes.

Find out how to create a Digital Narration with Sway and Power Point to start new interactive activities that involve the STEM disciplines.

ACTIVITY CITY OF SCIENCE on the creation of a STEM path applied to digital storytelling: Volcanism in Campania

CITTA’ DELLA SCIENZA ACTIVITIES son the creation of a STEM path applied to digital storytelling: Volcanism in Campania.

REGISTRATION
Locandina CDS 2

DATE: 12 April 2021
TIME: 3.30 – 5 pm
TITLE: “Parameters and methods of evaluation of scientific subjects for the digital school”

DESCRIPTION.

Learn how to create efficient forms with easy-to-use tools and easy design tips Quickly get feedback with a questionnaire or gather more detailed information with branching questions. Ask your students to intervene during the lesson using Forms and evaluate student progress with online quizzes and easily export the answers to Excel. With Microsoft Forms you can turn your assessment and test into an educational resource by integrating multimedia content and disciplinary paths.

CITTA’ DELLA SCIENZA ACTIVITIES on the realization of an evaluation of a scientific topic-study: Online test at the end of a didactic activity.

REGISTRATION
Locandina CDS 3 (1)

Per info
Flora Di Martino
dmartino@cittadellascienza.it

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Digital school catalogue – DAD proposals is online

School changes and Città della Scienza changes with it. We’ve just introduced our new DIGITAL school catalogue – DAD proposals for the school year 2020/2021: 30 pages of laboratories, activities, virtual guided tours, online exhibitions and experiments to make the experience of distance learning increasingly interactive and participatory. A rich and smart tool designed for teachers that must be supported in this phase of substantial transformations, and for children, who cannot lack the right to discovery and wonder.

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DIGITAL SCHOOL CATALOGUE 2020 -2021

Read the full catalogue and contact us: contact@cittadellascienza.it +39 081.7352.222

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From Sunday 21 February the Science Centre of Città della Scienza is closed

Due to restrictions against the pandemic decided by the Government, from Sunday 21 February the Science Centre of Città della Scienza like all museums in Campania, will unfortunately be closed to the public. Our activities will however continue online and on our social channels. It will be our duty to inform you of the next reopening, which we hope will happen as soon as possible!

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I VACCINATE- Città della Scienza supports Covid 19 vaccination campaign

2020 will be remembered as the year of the Covid-19 pandemic. A long period, not yet over, with important repercussions on the health of many people on a global level, marked by phases of lockdown, which impacted daily life and the general economic situation.

From the beginning of the pandemic, and still today, masks, distancing and hygiene are the elements that everyone has come to know, now indispensable in any daily action to protect ourselves and others.

In this scenario, the only way to leave sacrifices and sufferings behind us and to resume a normal life, is represented by the development of anti-Covid vaccines and that is why Città della Scienza promotes – on the web and its own social channels – the initiative “I vaccinate because” which sees the participation of numerous testimonials from the scientific, artistic, sports, institutional world (Andrea Ballabio, Alfredo Budillon, Gino Rivieccio, Lello Esposito, Pina Tommasielli, Francesco Montervino, Bruno Siciliano , Giuseppe Morsillo, Rodolfo Punzi and many others)

In fact, too many citizens are still doubtful about getting vaccinated; while it is known that the effectiveness of the vaccination campaign is closely linked to the number of people who will be vaccinated. Thanks to the testimonials involved – but also to the citizens who will be able to send their videos “I vaccinate because” – Città della Scienza wants to make its contribution and convince as many people as possible about the safety and usefulness of the anti-Covid vaccine.

At the forefront, the Città della Scienza President, Riccardo Villari – also as a doctor and expert in infectious diseases – declares: “I vaccinate, because prevention is better than cure, because with vaccination we have eradicated and defeated diseases such as smallpox and polio that have almost disappeared from our planet. It is an act of responsibility: in addition to protecting ourselves, we also protect those categories of subjects who for various reasons cannot undergo vaccination “.

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Città della Scienza #Onair

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We never stop keeping in touch with you, see our new calendar for next online activities to be carried out on our social channels until next March.

Follow us on our social pages to get all the updates in real time.

ONLINE EVENT PROGRAM 

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CITTÀ DELLA SCIENZA REOPENS IN SAFETY!

Città della Scienza, like all the museums in the “yellow zone”, reopens to its public, from Thursday 4 February 4th, currently only on Thursday and Friday, from 10 to 4 pm. The openining will respect all safety measures due to Covid emergency and, the entrance is allowed only to booked visitors.  The staff of the interactive museum of Città della Scienza will offer its public – in addition to the exhibition of CORPOREA, the museum of the human body – new interesting exhibitions.

In fact, the program will also include a visit to the ANTARTIDE exhibition, dedicated to 35 years of Italian missions in the continent, and to EXTREME TOUR, an innovative project between art, science and to look at the Phlegraean Fields and their characteristics with the ” Glasses ”of scientific research.

The reopening of our Science Center is little more than symbolic - declared the President of Città della Scienza Riccardo Villari - as before the pandemic, during this period of the year, we hosted hundreds of students and families everyday. However, it seemed right to us, with our reopening, to respond to Minister Franceschini’s appeal to the world of culture, but also to the work that the Campania Region is doing to face the pandemic, a work that is maintaining our territories in the yellow zone and is accelerating the vaccination campaign.

In this regard – continued President Villari – I am pleased to announce that Città della Scienza will also support the initiative I vaccinate launching an invitation to get vaccinated, involving both testimonials and citizens”.

OPENINGS

Museum’s opening days are thursdays and fridays.

Opening time are from 10 to 4 pm with admission by reservation required.

Entrance to the Museum is from 10 am -1 pm and 1 pm – 4pm. Punctuality is recommended in order to take part in all the activities of the program.

The visit includes a tour of Corporea, the Human Body Museum, the exhibition Missione Antarctica – 35 years of Italian mission in the extreme continent, the Extreme Tour exhibition and a science show.

Workshops are temporarily suspended.

Single ticket is 5 €; admission will be free for healthcare personnel with a companion and for all Bagnoli citizens (always by compulsory reservation).

BOOKINGS

To access the museum, reservations are required, given the limited number of visitors allowed, and it is recommended to buy tickets online.

The reservation does not involve additional costs and is also necessary for those who have reductions or free entry.
To book, send an email to contact@cittadellascienza.it indicating name, surname, number of people, mobile number, day of visit and time slot.
Reservations for the visit to the museum must be received by 4 pm on the day before the visit.

ONLINE TICKET!

PROGRAMM

THURSDAY 4th AND FRIDAY 5th FEBRUARY 
Science Centre Opening
Finally the exhibitional areas of Città della Scienza are opened and wait for you in total safety! You will discover two great exhibitions: Antartide e ExTreme Tour, in addition to Corporea, the museum on human body.

1st VISIT(10-1 pm)
Guided Tour to Corporea Exhibition _ Interactive museum of human body
Let’s get inside the microworld we are made of: our body! Listen to the rhythm of your heart, discover how neurons connect with each other and many other curiosities about how our body works are waiting for you!

10.15 am
45’
Corporea

Guided tour to  “Extreme Tour – Extremophiles Environments Tour” exhibition.
Revealing the invisible and discovering the life that hides behind strange and unrecognized microorganisms, the extremophiles, which populate different territories in the most distant latitudes. It is almost impossible to find a point on the “sterile” planet Earth: life is invasive! The multimedia and immersive installations at the intersection of art and science tell the fascinating characteristics of these microorganisms, the places where they live and the richness of the territories that host them, marked by precious testimonies of the Greeks and Romans, in a narrative that combines history, art and myth with scientific research and technology. From the Campi Flegrei, the Italian Supervulcano, to the polar environments (Arctic and Antarctic) up to the Yellowstone National Park, extremophiles are the real protagonists, capable of taking us back in time, with their ancestral biology, to the birth of life on Earth.

@11.30 am
45’

Visita Guided tour to “Missione Antartide – 35 years of Italian Missino in the extreme continent” exhibition
The exhibition of the 35 years of the National Research Program in Antarctica – PNRA wants to make known the uniqueness of the seventh continent and retrace the fundamental stages of the Italian presence in Antarctica, highlighting the most important scientific and logistic results obtained, the difficulties overcome the future goals of the PNRA.
It is an all-encompassing and multidisciplinary journey to discover all the scientific aspects of this so characteristic place on Earth: from zoology, to astronomy, from geology to issues related to climate change! Challenge the difficulties of accessing this continent and like a modern explorer, go on an extraordinary journey!
At 12.15
45′

2nd VISIT(1 - 4 pm)
Guided Tour to Corporea Exhibition _ Interactive museum of human body
Let’s get inside the microworld we are made of: our body! Listen to the rhythm of your heart, discover how neurons connect with each other and many other curiosities about how our body works are waiting for you!

10.15 am
45’
Corporea

Guided tour to  “Extreme Tour – Extremophiles Environments Tour” exhibition.
Revealing the invisible and discovering the life that hides behind strange and unrecognized microorganisms, the extremophiles, which populate different territories in the most distant latitudes. It is almost impossible to find a point on the “sterile” planet Earth: life is invasive! The multimedia and immersive installations at the intersection of art and science tell the fascinating characteristics of these microorganisms, the places where they live and the richness of the territories that host them, marked by precious testimonies of the Greeks and Romans, in a narrative that combines history, art and myth with scientific research and technology. From the Campi Flegrei, the Italian Supervulcano, to the polar environments (Arctic and Antarctic) up to the Yellowstone National Park, extremophiles are the real protagonists, capable of taking us back in time, with their ancestral biology, to the birth of life on Earth.

@11.30 am
45’

Visita Guided tour to “Missione Antartide – 35 years of Italian Missino in the extreme continent” exhibition
The exhibition of the 35 years of the National Research Program in Antarctica – PNRA wants to make known the uniqueness of the seventh continent and retrace the fundamental stages of the Italian presence in Antarctica, highlighting the most important scientific and logistic results obtained, the difficulties overcome the future goals of the PNRA.
It is an all-encompassing and multidisciplinary journey to discover all the scientific aspects of this so characteristic place on Earth: from zoology, to astronomy, from geology to issues related to climate change! Challenge the difficulties of accessing this continent and like a modern explorer, go on an extraordinary journey!
At 12.15
45′

THURSDAY 11th AND FRIDAY 12th FEBRUARY 
1st VISIT(10-1 pm)

Guided Tour to Corporea Exhibition _ Interactive museum of human body
Let’s get inside the microworld we are made of: our body! Listen to the rhythm of your heart, discover how neurons connect with each other and many other curiosities about how our body works are waiting for you!

10.15 am
45’
Corporea

Guided tour to  “Extreme Tour – Extremophiles Environments Tour” exhibition.
Revealing the invisible and discovering the life that hides behind strange and unrecognized microorganisms, the extremophiles, which populate different territories in the most distant latitudes. It is almost impossible to find a point on the “sterile” planet Earth: life is invasive! The multimedia and immersive installations at the intersection of art and science tell the fascinating characteristics of these microorganisms, the places where they live and the richness of the territories that host them, marked by precious testimonies of the Greeks and Romans, in a narrative that combines history, art and myth with scientific research and technology. From the Campi Flegrei, the Italian Supervulcano, to the polar environments (Arctic and Antarctic) up to the Yellowstone National Park, extremophiles are the real protagonists, capable of taking us back in time, with their ancestral biology, to the birth of life on Earth.

@11.30 am
45’

Visita Guided tour to “Missione Antartide – 35 years of Italian Missino in the extreme continent” exhibition
The exhibition of the 35 years of the National Research Program in Antarctica – PNRA wants to make known the uniqueness of the seventh continent and retrace the fundamental stages of the Italian presence in Antarctica, highlighting the most important scientific and logistic results obtained, the difficulties overcome the future goals of the PNRA.
It is an all-encompassing and multidisciplinary journey to discover all the scientific aspects of this so characteristic place on Earth: from zoology, to astronomy, from geology to issues related to climate change! Challenge the difficulties of accessing this continent and like a modern explorer, go on an extraordinary journey!
At 12.15
45′

2nd VISIT(1 - 4 pm)
Guided Tour to Corporea Exhibition _ Interactive museum of human body
Let’s get inside the microworld we are made of: our body! Listen to the rhythm of your heart, discover how neurons connect with each other and many other curiosities about how our body works are waiting for you!

10.15 am
45’
Corporea

Guided tour to  “Extreme Tour – Extremophiles Environments Tour” exhibition.
Revealing the invisible and discovering the life that hides behind strange and unrecognized microorganisms, the extremophiles, which populate different territories in the most distant latitudes. It is almost impossible to find a point on the “sterile” planet Earth: life is invasive! The multimedia and immersive installations at the intersection of art and science tell the fascinating characteristics of these microorganisms, the places where they live and the richness of the territories that host them, marked by precious testimonies of the Greeks and Romans, in a narrative that combines history, art and myth with scientific research and technology. From the Campi Flegrei, the Italian Supervulcano, to the polar environments (Arctic and Antarctic) up to the Yellowstone National Park, extremophiles are the real protagonists, capable of taking us back in time, with their ancestral biology, to the birth of life on Earth.

@11.30 am
45’

Visita Guided tour to “Missione Antartide – 35 years of Italian Missino in the extreme continent” exhibition
The exhibition of the 35 years of the National Research Program in Antarctica – PNRA wants to make known the uniqueness of the seventh continent and retrace the fundamental stages of the Italian presence in Antarctica, highlighting the most important scientific and logistic results obtained, the difficulties overcome the future goals of the PNRA.
It is an all-encompassing and multidisciplinary journey to discover all the scientific aspects of this so characteristic place on Earth: from zoology, to astronomy, from geology to issues related to climate change! Challenge the difficulties of accessing this continent and like a modern explorer, go on an extraordinary journey!
At 12.15
45′

THURSDAY 18th AND FRIDAY 19th FEBRUARY 
1st VISIT(10-1 pm)

Guided Tour to Corporea Exhibition _ Interactive museum of human body
Let’s get inside the microworld we are made of: our body! Listen to the rhythm of your heart, discover how neurons connect with each other and many other curiosities about how our body works are waiting for you!

10.15 am
45’
Corporea

Guided tour to  “Extreme Tour – Extremophiles Environments Tour” exhibition.
Revealing the invisible and discovering the life that hides behind strange and unrecognized microorganisms, the extremophiles, which populate different territories in the most distant latitudes. It is almost impossible to find a point on the “sterile” planet Earth: life is invasive! The multimedia and immersive installations at the intersection of art and science tell the fascinating characteristics of these microorganisms, the places where they live and the richness of the territories that host them, marked by precious testimonies of the Greeks and Romans, in a narrative that combines history, art and myth with scientific research and technology. From the Campi Flegrei, the Italian Supervulcano, to the polar environments (Arctic and Antarctic) up to the Yellowstone National Park, extremophiles are the real protagonists, capable of taking us back in time, with their ancestral biology, to the birth of life on Earth.

@11.30 am
45’

Visita Guided tour to “Missione Antartide – 35 years of Italian Missino in the extreme continent” exhibition
The exhibition of the 35 years of the National Research Program in Antarctica – PNRA wants to make known the uniqueness of the seventh continent and retrace the fundamental stages of the Italian presence in Antarctica, highlighting the most important scientific and logistic results obtained, the difficulties overcome the future goals of the PNRA.
It is an all-encompassing and multidisciplinary journey to discover all the scientific aspects of this so characteristic place on Earth: from zoology, to astronomy, from geology to issues related to climate change! Challenge the difficulties of accessing this continent and like a modern explorer, go on an extraordinary journey!
At 12.15
45′

2nd VISIT(1 - 4 pm)
Guided Tour to Corporea Exhibition _ Interactive museum of human body
Let’s get inside the microworld we are made of: our body! Listen to the rhythm of your heart, discover how neurons connect with each other and many other curiosities about how our body works are waiting for you!

10.15 am
45’
Corporea

Guided tour to  “Extreme Tour – Extremophiles Environments Tour” exhibition.
Revealing the invisible and discovering the life that hides behind strange and unrecognized microorganisms, the extremophiles, which populate different territories in the most distant latitudes. It is almost impossible to find a point on the “sterile” planet Earth: life is invasive! The multimedia and immersive installations at the intersection of art and science tell the fascinating characteristics of these microorganisms, the places where they live and the richness of the territories that host them, marked by precious testimonies of the Greeks and Romans, in a narrative that combines history, art and myth with scientific research and technology. From the Campi Flegrei, the Italian Supervulcano, to the polar environments (Arctic and Antarctic) up to the Yellowstone National Park, extremophiles are the real protagonists, capable of taking us back in time, with their ancestral biology, to the birth of life on Earth.

@11.30 am
45’

Visita Guided tour to “Missione Antartide – 35 years of Italian Missino in the extreme continent” exhibition
The exhibition of the 35 years of the National Research Program in Antarctica – PNRA wants to make known the uniqueness of the seventh continent and retrace the fundamental stages of the Italian presence in Antarctica, highlighting the most important scientific and logistic results obtained, the difficulties overcome the future goals of the PNRA.
It is an all-encompassing and multidisciplinary journey to discover all the scientific aspects of this so characteristic place on Earth: from zoology, to astronomy, from geology to issues related to climate change! Challenge the difficulties of accessing this continent and like a modern explorer, go on an extraordinary journey!
At 12.15
45′

THURSDAY 25th AND FRIDAY 26th FEBRUARY 
1st VISIT(10-1 pm)

Guided Tour to Corporea Exhibition _ Interactive museum of human body
Let’s get inside the microworld we are made of: our body! Listen to the rhythm of your heart, discover how neurons connect with each other and many other curiosities about how our body works are waiting for you!

10.15 am
45’
Corporea

Guided tour to  “Extreme Tour – Extremophiles Environments Tour” exhibition.
Revealing the invisible and discovering the life that hides behind strange and unrecognized microorganisms, the extremophiles, which populate different territories in the most distant latitudes. It is almost impossible to find a point on the “sterile” planet Earth: life is invasive! The multimedia and immersive installations at the intersection of art and science tell the fascinating characteristics of these microorganisms, the places where they live and the richness of the territories that host them, marked by precious testimonies of the Greeks and Romans, in a narrative that combines history, art and myth with scientific research and technology. From the Campi Flegrei, the Italian Supervulcano, to the polar environments (Arctic and Antarctic) up to the Yellowstone National Park, extremophiles are the real protagonists, capable of taking us back in time, with their ancestral biology, to the birth of life on Earth.

@11.30 am
45’

Visita Guided tour to “Missione Antartide – 35 years of Italian Missino in the extreme continent” exhibition
The exhibition of the 35 years of the National Research Program in Antarctica – PNRA wants to make known the uniqueness of the seventh continent and retrace the fundamental stages of the Italian presence in Antarctica, highlighting the most important scientific and logistic results obtained, the difficulties overcome the future goals of the PNRA.
It is an all-encompassing and multidisciplinary journey to discover all the scientific aspects of this so characteristic place on Earth: from zoology, to astronomy, from geology to issues related to climate change! Challenge the difficulties of accessing this continent and like a modern explorer, go on an extraordinary journey!
At 12.15
45′

2nd VISIT(1 - 4 pm)
Guided Tour to Corporea Exhibition _ Interactive museum of human body
Let’s get inside the microworld we are made of: our body! Listen to the rhythm of your heart, discover how neurons connect with each other and many other curiosities about how our body works are waiting for you!

10.15 am
45’
Corporea

Guided tour to  “Extreme Tour – Extremophiles Environments Tour” exhibition.
Revealing the invisible and discovering the life that hides behind strange and unrecognized microorganisms, the extremophiles, which populate different territories in the most distant latitudes. It is almost impossible to find a point on the “sterile” planet Earth: life is invasive! The multimedia and immersive installations at the intersection of art and science tell the fascinating characteristics of these microorganisms, the places where they live and the richness of the territories that host them, marked by precious testimonies of the Greeks and Romans, in a narrative that combines history, art and myth with scientific research and technology. From the Campi Flegrei, the Italian Supervulcano, to the polar environments (Arctic and Antarctic) up to the Yellowstone National Park, extremophiles are the real protagonists, capable of taking us back in time, with their ancestral biology, to the birth of life on Earth.

@11.30 am
45’

Visita Guided tour to “Missione Antartide – 35 years of Italian Missino in the extreme continent” exhibition
The exhibition of the 35 years of the National Research Program in Antarctica – PNRA wants to make known the uniqueness of the seventh continent and retrace the fundamental stages of the Italian presence in Antarctica, highlighting the most important scientific and logistic results obtained, the difficulties overcome the future goals of the PNRA.
It is an all-encompassing and multidisciplinary journey to discover all the scientific aspects of this so characteristic place on Earth: from zoology, to astronomy, from geology to issues related to climate change! Challenge the difficulties of accessing this continent and like a modern explorer, go on an extraordinary journey!
At 12.15
45′

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Opening xhibition: Extreme tour, From the Greeks, to the glories of the Grand Tour in search of life on Mars

Revealing the invisible and discovering the life that hides behind strange and unrecognized microorganisms, the extremophiles, which populate different territories at the most distant latitudes: this is the intent of the new online exhibition of Città della Scienza, created with the contribution of Campania Region , ‘Extreme tour, From the Greeks, to the glories of the Grand Tour in search of life on Mars’, the immersive installation mixing art and science, which will be inaugurated on Wednesday 30 December 2020 at 11 am.

Opening will be with institutional greetings of the President of Fondazione Idis-Città della Scienza Riccardo Villari, Councilor for Administrative Simplification and Tourism of the Campania Region Felice Casucci,  Director of the Archaeological Park of Campi Flegre Fabio Pagano and Francesco Loreto, member of the Technical Scientific Committee of Fondazione Idis-Città della Scienza.

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Alessandra Drioli, head of the Science Center of Città della Scienza, will moderate the following speakers: Francesco Talamo, Head of Communication, use and enhancement of the Archaeological Park of Campi Flegrei, Carla Giusti, Director of EXIT – Exhibition Team of Città della Scienza, Carla Langella, Professor of “Bio-innovation Design” and “Design for Scientific Visualization, coordinator of the Hybrid Design Lab, University of Campania” Luigi Vanvitelli “, Marco Moracci, Professor of Biochemistry, University of Naples Federico II, Anna Valenti, IBBR-CNR Researcher, Olga Mangoni, Professor of Ecology, University of Naples Federico II and Maria Cristina Staiano, ISA-CNR Researcher.

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The exhibition leads to the discovery of the Phlegraean Fields through exceptional protagonists: extremophiles, extremely resilient microorganisms, discovered by scientists only in recent decades, which survive and proliferate in environmental conditions that are prohibitive for humans. Here the eighteenth-century Grand Tour is transformed into an “Extreme” Tour: starting from the research on extremophiles in the Phlegraean Fields realized by the CNR and the University of Naples Federico II, the installation shows the fascinating characteristics of these organisms, the places where they live and the richness of the territories that host them, marked by precious testimonies of the Greeks and Romans, in a way that combines history, art and myth with scientific research and technology.

The exhibition – dedicated to a new discovery of the Phlegraean Fields through the new lens of the microorganisms that inhabit them – is created with the contribution of the Campania Region and is developed by Città della Scienza in collaboration with IBBR-CNR, DiSBA-CNR, ISA- CNR, the University of Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli” – Department of Architecture and Industrial Design, University of Naples “Federico II” Department of Biology, the IPSEOA G. Rossini, the IISS Nitti, the IS Caselli -De Sanctis, the Archaeological Park of Campi Flegrei, the Municipality of Bacoli, Le Nuvole Cooperative Society, Knowledge for Business, the Campi Flegrei a Tavola association, the Association Against Camorra.

The main objective of the exhibition is to present to the public, through fascinating and interactive modules, the results of scientific research and its applications, highlighting the crucial role played by these extraordinary micro-organisms in the evolution of life.

The installation, which offers a new key to understanding the territory capable of making different knowledge and knowledge interact, presents in the first area a series of information data that highlight how life can be found anywhere, even in extreme environments

The passage of scale, from a human one to that of an extremophile organism, is instead the metaphor used to access the most immersive part of the installation: a floating space where real elements are combined with multisensory installations that immerse visitors in the three extreme environments treated , Campi Flegrei, Antarctica and Yellowstone Park, discovering the different layers, made of sounds, acidity, colors, smells, extreme temperatures, algae and of course extremophilic organisms, which constitute its distinctive features.

 

The integration between the individual elements of the exhibition – interactive data, video mapping, sounds and three-dimensional organisms – leads visitors to experience firsthand the experience of the scientist on the field who, thanks to immersion and of increasingly microscopic scales, he manages to discover the extraordinary nature of these organisms, including Saccharolobus solfataricus, the first native species identified in the Solfatara di Pozzuoli, and to experience the thrill of research in extreme contexts.

One of the most innovative elements of the exhibition is the multidisciplinary design team, which has seen a deep synergy between archaeologists, art historians, scientists, designers, communication experts, scientific dissemination experts in the common goal of proposing a physical / virtual ecosystem and immersive of extreme environments to allow viewers to fully immerse themselves in the context.

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Book presentation: “South of Science – Author’s portraits of great Southern scientists”

” South of Science – Author’s portraits of great Southern scientists” (dedalo edition) will be presented in memory of its curator Pietro Greco, recently passed away, next Monday  December 28th at 11 am in live streaming on the Facebook page of Città della Scienza

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There are many illustrious scientists of the last two hundred years belonging to Southern Italy: men and women whose genius has revolutionized the fate of research and contributed to the construction of a scientific heritage that must always be remembered and valued.

This is the theme of the book “South of Science – author portraits of great Southern scientists” edited by Dedalo, expertly edited by Pietro Greco, journalist and writer, recentely passed away, founding member of Fondazione idis-Città della Scienza of Naples as well as a dear friend and colleague.

To celebrate his memory, the book will be presented on Monday 28 December 28 at 11 in live streaming on the Facebook page of Città della Scienza.

Prof. Riccardo Villari, president of Fondazione Idis-Città della Scienza, will open the talk.

Gennaro Varriale, Director of Ateneapoli, will moderate the following speakers: Marco De Marco, journalist and writer and Guido Trombetti, Professor of the Federico II University of Naples.

The conclusions will be entrusted to Gaetano Manfredi, Minister of University and Research.

The intent of the late curator is to show the South from a particular point of view, that of science and scientists. From Renato Dulbecco to Ettore Majorana, from Renato Caccioppoli to Maria Bakunin: the book tells the stories of 14 luminaries born in the South between the eighteenth and twentieth centuries who carried out brilliant scientific activities. And to tell their stories, with one exception, are science communicators in their turn from the South.


BROCHURE

Monday December 28, 2020 ·  11 am
celebrating a grat friend, journalist and writer
Pietro Greco

Presentation of the book
SOUTH OF SCIENCE
Author’s portraits of great Southern scientists
Pietro Greco

OPENING
Riccardo Villari · Città della Scienza President
MODERATOR
Gennaro Varriale ·  Ateneapoli Director
SPEAKERS
Marco De Marco · Journalist and writer
Guido Trombetti · Professor of the Federico II University of Naples
CONCLUSIONS
Gaetano Manfredi · Minister of University and Research

EVENT WILL BE AVAILABLE IN LIVE STRAMING ON THE FACEBOOK PAGE OF CITTÀ DELLA SCIENZA

https://www.facebook.com/cittadellascienza

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Sino-Italian Exchange Event 2020: Campania and Beijing for the research on Covid-19 |Networking Webinar – Thursday 17th December

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SINO-ITALIAN EXCHANGE EVENT 2020
CAMPANIA AND BEIJING FOR THE RESEARCH ON COVID 19

NETWORKING WEBINAR
Thursday 17th December
9 -11.30 am (Italian time)

Struggling the pandemic emergency caused by Covid 19 through international cooperation and the search for innovative solutions will be the subject of the first appointment of the XIV edition of the Sino-Italian Exchange Event, the regional program of internationalization of research-innovation systems promoted by the Campania Region and by Beijing Association for Science and Technology, and coordinated by Città della Scienza with the Beijing Science & Technology Consulting Center.
The webinar will focus on the key areas of the scientific and technological answer to the Covid-19 health emergency, where research is making great strides on the knowledge of Sars-Cov-2, improving epidemiology and public health, working on new therapeutic approaches, genetic studies and technologies for patient monitoring and care.
In the meeeting will participate in the meeting: coordinators of the China Center for Disease Control and Prevention and of the Covid19 Crisis Unit of the Campania Region, as well as Italian and Chinese representatives of research institutes and universities discussing on four main topics:
• Methods and diagnostic tests
• Genomic analysis of the SARS-CoV-2 virus
• New therapeutic approaches for the treatment of Covid 19
• Use of digital technologies for the management of epidemiological emergencies

Participation in the webinar is free.
Please register to receive webinar link and program updates.

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3 Giorni per la Scuola EDU 2021 closed its work with great success.

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The eighteenth edition of 3 Giorni per la Scuola – EDU2021, the main national event on the themes of school teaching promoted by Città della Scienza with the Campania Region, in collaboration with the Regional School Office for Campania Region closed its work with great success.
The event registered 15,300 teachers, educators, students and the general public and saw – among the most important moments – the inauguration of 2 December with the interventions of the Director of the Regional School Office for Campania Region Luisa Franzese and the President of Città della Scienza Riccardo Villari; and the meeting on 4 December “Between cognitive and emotional: the new frontier of learning and inclusion”, with the intervention of the Minister of Education Lucia Azzolina.
Thanks go to the Institutions, Associations, Universities, Research Centers, Foundations and Schools who participated and who, through the conduct of webinars, seminars, debates and online workshops, have provided users with opportunities for discussion on the transformations that school is facing in this moment exchanging experiences, methods and practices about changes in teaching due to the pandemic cris, on the new tools used by teaching today and on how to plan together the school of the future.

We just have to thank again participants who have followed us remotely, making an appointment at the next edition!

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Città della Scienza is part of the Artecard circuit in the special Christmas edition 365 Christmas Artecard

Città della Scienza is part of the Artecard circuit in the special Christmas edition 365 Christmas Artecard, an initiative promoted by the Campania Region to support and promote the museums and archaeological sites of Campania which, due to the closures and together with the entire tourism sector, have been affected by the serious crisis caused by Covid-19.
Celebrate your Christmas with culture: the card includes over 50 admissions and allows you to visit each site included in the network twice a year; the card is activated upon first use and starting from the reopening of museums and places of culture where access will be possible after compulsory reservation and limited entry according to current regulations. In the event of extraordinary closures of the places involved, the card will be temporarily suspended.

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Types of cards:
365 Christmas Artecard € 35
365 Christmas Artecard Youth € 27

The promotion is valid until January 6, 2021

For more info: www.campaniartecard.it/christmas

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Christmas 2020 with Città della Scienza

Christmas with Città della Scienza! From  December 8, 2020 to  January 6, 2021.

A different Christmas full of virtual meetings to be together!

It is finally Christmas time. Of course, a different Christmas, of course, a Christmas that we will hardly forget, of course, a Christmas with a hint of melancholy. Yet, it is still Christmas. So, we want to be close to you!

The anticovid measures, imposed by the DPCM of 3 December 2020, oblige the Science Center of Città della Scienza to remain closed – like all Italian museums – until a later date.

We will try to stay in contact with you, during the Christmas holidays, with lots of science and fun: through virtual tours, online walks to our exhibitions, live Facebook workshops. We will interact and get closer  thanks to the means that technology makes available and we will try to break down the physical distance to get through moments of connection and sharing.

Check out the program and tune in to our social channels to follow all the scheduled events!

Natale 2020 con Città della Scienza

PROGRAMMA

Program in  progress

TUESDAY  DECEMBER 8th_11.30 am
IBugs under the Christmas tree!
UAn amazing virtual tour discovering the bugs’ world!
Live event on Città della Scienza Facebook page 
with Serena Criscuolo and Guglielmo Maglio, Città della Scienza
Timing 45’

SUNDAY DECEMBER 13th_11.30 am
Online Lab_ Fossil Cookies
Enjoy with us building nice decoration for your Christmas tree
Live event on Città della Scienza Facebook page 
with Serena Criscuolo
Timing 45’

SATURDAY DECEMBER 19th_11.30 am
Online Guided Visit to the new exhibition
“Antartic mission. Missione Antartide. 35 years of Italian mission in the most extreme continent”

Live event on Città della Scienza Facebook page

MONDAY 21 DECEMBER_4 pm
Live show @ virtual Planetarium _ Jupiter and Saturn 
Discovering the big conjunction of these two planets!
Live event on Città della Scienza Facebook page 
with Serena Criscuolo
Timing 45’

WEDNESDAY 23rd DECEMBER_11.30 am
DECOR-ACTION! CWITH A DOUBLE CHRISTMAS
Enjoy with us with a wonderful creative lab!
Timing : 60 minutes
For adults and kids
with Claudio Massa, Città della Scienza
Sponsoring Giotto

SUNDAY LAB DECEMBER 27th_11.30 am
Online Lab: Science in a bow!

with Serena Criscuolo, Animazione Scientifica e Planetario di Città della Scienza
Live event on Città della Scienza Facebook page
Durata 45’
Sponsoring: Giotto, 

WEDNESDAY 30th DECEMBER_11.30 am 
CHRISTMAS INSIDE FEATURING MAN
From Corporea interactive museum a special lab discovering human body,
Materials to be used: paper, pencils, clays
Timing: 90 minutes
Foradults and kids 
with Claudio Massa, Città della Scienza
Sponsoring Giotto

SUNDAY JANUARY 3rd, 2021_5 pm
Live Show @ Virtual Planetarium_ December sky!i Dicembre!
 Live event on Città della Scienza Facebook page.
with Serena Criscuolo, 

WEDNESDAY JANUARY 6th 2021, 11.30 am
EPIPHANY TAUMATROPIO 
Creative Lab
with Claudio Massa, Città della Scienza
Sponsoring Giotto, 

Online guided visit tour to the new exhibition “Extreme Tour” 
Extreme Tour: from Greeks to the Gran Tour to the resech of life on Mars

Timing 45’

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DPCM of December 3 2020: the Science Centre will be closed to the public

According to new DPCM of December 3 2020, the Science Centre of Città della Scienza will be closed to the public – like all Italian museums – until a date to be defined. To be updated and follow our online activities, please visit our web site and social channels that will always be active.

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Online Laboratory “Heaven in your room” 15 November 2020

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The sky – a mysterious space constantly changing between day and night, with its clouds, planets and stars – has always fascinated man and today more than ever we feel the need to look up to the sky.
Waiting to see you again, stay in touch with us and take part in a fun online workshop where you can find out what are the constellations that populate the celestial vault with the help of the virtual planetarium, understand how and why the constellations observable in the sky change with the seasons and build a true heavenly projector with materials readily available at home!

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Sunday 15 november 2020 on live Facebook Città della Scienza page
 11.30
Duratation 45’
For children over 6 years full of imagination!

Download the list of the material you need before the live broadcast and have fun building the projector with your favorite constellation!

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The Science Center of Città della Scienza will be closed untile December 3rd

Following the DPCM of November 3rd, 2020, the Science Center of Città della Scienza will be closed to the public – like all Italian museums - until December 3rd. Follow us on our website and social channels to be updated for next online activities.

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Week end at Città della Scienza

Covid 19 does not stop our desire to learn, know and share knowledge.
Like every weekend, we offer to all Città della Scienza visitors a program based on a different theme.
From Friday 6 to Sunday 8 November it will be possible to take a “fantastic journey between Stars and Nature” through workshops, demonstrations, guided tours and scientific acyivities.
Entrance to the Museum is on time slot 10.15, 11.45, 1.15 and 2.45 pm with visit tours in total safety with guided tours to Corporea Exhibition – Interactive Human Body Museum: a fantastic journey to discover our body by listening to the rhythm of the heart, discovering the connections of neurons and many other curiosities about how our body works are waiting for you!
In “Heaven in a room” Laboratory: it will be possible to discover which are the Constellations that populate the celestial vault; to learn to recognize those visible in this period and try to build a true celestial projector with raw materials; while in “The Animals of the Garden” in the company of a naturalist we will discover the amusing world of animals, from the microscopic ones to those that certainly do not go unnoticed!
Sunday 8 November we will host an important event with prof. Massimo Zollo, professor of Genetics at the Federico II University of Naples, Principal Investigator of CEINGE-Advanced Biotechnologies of Naples and coordinator of the CEINGE Covid19 Task Force. A window on the Coronavirus emergency from what we know today and what to expect.
Discover the full program!

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INFO
The museum will be open from 10 am to 5 pm with admission by reservation required.
Entrance to the Museum is from 10 – 1 pm and 2 to 5 pm. Punctuality is recommended in order to take part in all the activities included in the program.
The visit includes a 3-hour tour of Corporea, the museum of human body, a science show and a 2D show at the Planetarium.
In this first phase of reopening, the laboratories are temporarily suspended. 

TICKET
The cost of the reduced single ticket is 5 € (including the Planetarium); admission will be free for healthcare personnel and for citizens of Bagnoli (by reservation).

BOOKING TICKETS
To access the museum, reservations are required, due to the limited number of visitors allowed, and it is recomended to purchase tickets online.
The reservation does not involve additional costs and is also mandatory for those entitled to reductions or free entry.
To book, send an email to contact@cittadellascienza.it indicating name, surname, number of people, mobile number, day of visit and time slot.
Reservations for a visit to the museum on Friday must be received by 1pm the day before; for weekend visits, reservations must be received by 1pm on the previous Friday.

SAFETY MEASURES

Visitor identification data will be collected at the Città della Scienza ticket office.
All visitors, including children, are required to wear masks from the age of 6; disinfectant gel dispensers are available along the route; given the interactive nature of the museum, the use of some exhibits will be not allowed; the temperature will be measured at the entrance to Città della Scienza, access will not be allowed to those with a temperature above 37.5 °.

For information write to contact@cittadellascienza.it or call 0817352222.
The service is active from Monday to Friday from 8.30 to 1.30 pm

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CITTÀ DELLA SCIENZA REOPENS WITH SAFETY MEASURES! From September 25th, 2020

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CITTÀ DELLA SCIENZA  REOPENS WITH SAFETY MEASURES! From September 25th, 2020

The museum will be open from 10 am to 5 pm with admission by reservation required.

Entrance to the Museum is from 10 – 1 pm and 2 to 5 pm. Punctuality is recommended in order to take part in all the activities included in the program.

The visit includes a 3-hour tour of Corporea, the museum of human body, a science show and a 2D show at the Planetarium.

In this first phase of reopening, the laboratories are temporarily suspended.

 

The cost of the reduced single ticket is 5 € (including the Planetarium); admission will be free for healthcare personnel and for citizens of Bagnoli (by reservation).

BOOKING TICKETS

To access the museum, reservations are required, due to the limited number of visitors allowed, and it is recomended to purchase tickets online.

The reservation does not involve additional costs and is also mandatory for those entitled to reductions or free entry.

To book, send an email to contact@cittadellascienza.it indicating name, surname, number of people, mobile number, day of visit and time slot.

Reservations for a visit to the museum on Friday must be received by 1pm the day before; for weekend visits, reservations must be received by 1pm on the previous Friday.

ONLINE TICKET

SAFETY MEASURES

Visitor identification data will be collected at the Città della Scienza ticket office.

All visitors, including children, are required to wear masks from the age of 6; disinfectant gel dispensers are available along the route; given the interactive nature of the museum, the use of some exhibits will be not allowed; the temperature will be measured at the entrance to Città della Scienza, access will not be allowed to those with a temperature above 37.5 °.

 For information write to contact@cittadellascienza.it or call 0817352222.

The service is active from Monday to Friday from 8.30 to 1.30 pm

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GPS Project – Young Programmers and Developers

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GPS, Young Programmers and Developers, is the specialist training project in the ICT field dedicated to young people.

 

The project includes two completely free training courses of 180 hours each one  obtaining an international certification.

The courses and certifications are entirely free because they are financed with the resources of the PON IOG (National Operational Program Youth Employment Initiative).

 

To participate in the project it is necessary to possess the specific requirements and pass an entrance selection.

 

It is possible to follow only one training course.
Consult the training courses provided.

 

For information on how to access the selections, download the Announcement.

 

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#RESTARTTOGETHER!

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Città della Scienza is working for the reopening of the exhibition areas and a new start of the scientific, educational and laboratory activities, for a new year of science, technology and innovation dedicated to everybody.

STAY TUNED!

For information:

Contact Center
contact@cittadellascienza.it

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VIRAL PASSION

VIRAL PASSION virtual exhibition discovering the world of viruses

From June 26th, 2020, the virtual exhibition PASSION VIRAL will be online at www.passionevirale.it

The exhibition represents a journey into the world of viruses with two main goals: first of all it means to present visitors, through beautiful images, the viruses responsible for the main diseases of human history; then the exhibition intends to guide visitors in the most serious and scientifically reliable resources on the web, so that everyone builds their own path of study, carefully avoiding all those hoaxes and fake news that, unfortunately, the Internet is scattered with.

Project in progress, which will be enriched over time, VIRAL PASSION can be navigated in an interactive three-dimensional environment and can be used for educational activities and virtual visits, as Città della Scienza has done since the start of the lockdown period, transferring its scientific communication initiatives.

The exhibition created by the scientific and creative staff of Città della Scienza with the collaboration of Ivan Gentile, professor of Infectious Diseases of the Department of Clinical Medicine and Surgery of the University of Naples “Federico II”; Margaret Honey and Geralyn Abinador of the New York Hall of Science; Barbara Salvatore from the Institute of Biostructures and Bioimagery of the CNR of Naples; the Scientific Visualization course of the Vanvitelli University with the teacher Carla Langella and her students.

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Città della Scienza joins Green Social Festival

 

Città della Scienza takes part in the eleventh edition of the  Green Social Festival the annual event sponsored by the Ministry of the Environment,  Emilia Romagna Region and the Municipality of Bologna, which this year, due to the Covid19 emergency, will take place entirely in digital, through the Zorba transmission, in homage to Louis Sepulveda starting from 8 June.

In the articulated program of the event, which sees the participation of entities, associations and schools, Città della Scienza of Naples presents a rich calendar of scientific conferences by well-known experts and scientists from different fields and an overview of the flagship activities that the pole Neapolitan scientist realizes in the field of education and scientific museology with Corporea, the interactive museum on the human body, the promotion of environmental sustainability – also the theme of the next edition of Futuro Remoto, the first science festival in Italy – of 3d printing, manufacturing digital and internationalization and technology transfer with China.

“An opportunity, says prof. Riccardo Villari, President of Citta della Scienza, to network, collaborating with a consolidated reality such as the Green Social festival, all the skills, research and the different fields of action in which Città della Scienza is committed, always with a view to fully embraces the objectives of the Festival, environmental sustainability and the improvement of living conditions on the Planet and the Planet, also and above all thanks to science and new sustainable technologies “.

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Live shows at Virtual Planetarium

The sky of the month of June 2020 holds important and spectacular astronomical events, all visible from Italy too, such as an eclipse of the sun, a penumbral eclipse of the moon and many planetary conjunctions.

June is also called Month of the Sun or Month of Liberty, this name derives from the fact that on the 21st day of the month, or in the summer solstice, the Earth’s axis has an inclination such as to ensure maximum duration of light in the span of a day.
On June 21, in fact, the firmament returns to be the protagonist of an extraordinary show, an annular solar eclipse that will also be visible in our beautiful country. It is an eclipse in all respects: the Moon is located between the Sun and the Earth and the three stars are perfectly aligned. The annular solar eclipse occurs when the Moon is at its point of maximum distance from our planet. The sun will be darkened only in the central part, leaving a ring of fire uncovered all around.

Città della Scienza organizes two unmissable events for adults and children to be able to take a journey through the wonders of our sky comfortably seated at home.

A real virtual Planetarium directly at home!
Our specialized guide will guide everyone on this heavenly interactive journey.

Tuesday, June 16 at 6 pm take part in the “Aperitif among the Stars” event discover the wonders of the June sky: sun, solstice, eclipse and aurora.

Tuesday, June 23 at 11 am, as part of Kid Pass Day and Science Week there will be “The stars within reach of … child!” an event dedicated to the night sky, the summer constellations and the solar system to allow a privileged view of our star “The Sun”.

The shows will be broadcast live on the official  Facebook page

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Ambrogio Iacono and Franco Pepe: knight’s honor to the merit of the Republic

President of Italian Republic Sergio Mattarella wanted to reward with the Knight’s honor to the merit of the Republic a first group of citizens, of different roles, professions and geographical origin, who particularly distinguished themselves for deserving the community during the coronavirus emergency. The awards, attributed to individuals, symbolically represent the choral commitment of many of our fellow citizens in the name of solidarity and constitutional values.

Two of the awarded citizens  are from Campania:  Ambrogio Iacono, 49 years old teacher at  professional hotel Institute and winemaker of the Pietratorcia company in Ischia, his history had already gone around Italy, also giving him a public thanks from Prime Minister Conte. The official statement reads: “Positive to coronavirus and recoverd at Rizzoli hospital of  Lacco Ameno, he continued to teach at a distance during the days of hospitalization”. Iacono had done it with his tablet, assisted by the nurses, moving his virtual audience who – at the time of recovery – had dedicated a series of touching video messages to him.

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Franco Pepe, “Pepe in Grani” in  Caiazzo

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The other fellow citizen of Campania is Franco Pepe known for being the owner of the Pepe in Grani pizzeria, in the small village of Caiazzo, which over the years has created a real tourist supply. The reasons read: “When he had to close his restaurant in Caiazzo di Caserta he prepared pizzas and biscuits for the poor and elderly in difficulty, organizing a fundraiser for the Caserta hospital.” We are happy and proud to be able to give space to positive stories like these that instill courage and push us to support each other, in the hope that they will be a warning for all of us in a moment of general recovery from one of the hardest periods that we faced each other.

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PHYSICS SEMINARS… ON FACEBOOK

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The cycle of Physics seminars, aimed at high school students, come back through web meetings: at a distance but close in this part of the school year shocked by Coronavirus.

Last programming of the cycle by the Department of Physics of Federico II, the National Institute of Nuclear Physics of Naples and  Città della Scienza according to the note of the MIUR of March 17 which underlines the importance of supporting and continuing to pursue the social and formative task of doing school, but not at school and of doing community.

The meetings that will take place in the last week of this month, freely accessible on the Facebook page of Città della Scienza,, will be divided into two moments. The first part will be dedicated by the speaker to the presentation of the topic under discussion; in the second part he will answer the questions posted by the students, by the participants in the platform “comments”.

PROGRAM

Tuesday 26 May 2020, 10:00 am

From classical physics to relativity, a path between science and art

The transition from classical to relativistic physics is tackled by adding some artistic references alongside the scientific path that show how the world of art has sometimes been inspired by the world of science.

Pierluigi Paolucci, National Institute of Nuclear Physics Naples

 

Thursday 28 May 2020, 11:00 am

Cosmic rays: messengers of the universe

Each scientific discovery is the result of numerous attempts and errors, and the study of cosmic rays isn’t an exception, as can be appreciated by retracing its history briefly. It is also surprising to verify that they constitute a phenomenon with which we face every day!

Valentina Scotti, Physics Department, University “Federico II” Naples

 

Friday 29 May 2020, 11:00 am

There is no escape: the judgments of the Second Principle of Thermodynamics

No physical law provides, or simply contains, the idea that time cannot flow in two ways, or that there may be some phenomenon that is not totally reversible. Yet unfortunately it is not so. Because? Try to do the opposite … if you can!

Roberto Di Capua, Physics Department, University “Federico II” Naples

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CITTÀ DELLA SCIENZA IS ON GOOGLE ARTS & CULTURE

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Città della Scienza, on the occasion of the International Museum Day of May 18, becomes part of Google Arts & Culture, the technological platform developed by Google to promote and preserve online culture. Available on  https://artsandculture.google.com/ over 100 objects and exhibits, Street View images of the visit path of Corporea, the interactive museum of the human body of Città della Scienza and the exhibition Mare.

The digital collection

The first phase of the works led to the digitization of 176 works, to which will be added, over the next few months, all the remaining works of the Collection. Among the most significant already online: Afro, Le Cittàd’America (1952), Fabio Mauri, Schermo (1972), Michelangelo Pistoletto, L’Etrusco (1976), Carla Accardi, Si dividono invano (2006).

The virtual tour with Street View

Using Google Street View technology, it will be possible to make a 360-degree virtual tour of the first floor of the Palazzo della Farnesina, which includes the entrance hall, the Atrium of Honor, the Hall of Honor, the Mosaic Room, the Ceremonial corridor, the Mappamondi Room, the Grenet Room, the Forma 1 Room, the General Secretariat corridor and the Stained Glass Gallery. The path allows you to appreciate the most significant works of the Collection, retracing some fundamental moments in the history of Italian twentieth century art.

The digital exhibition “System”

In the section of Google Cultural Institute dedicated to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation there is the digital exhibition “System: new acquisitions and young artists from the Farnesina Collection”, a selection of works that want to witness the plurality of voices and expressions of the contemporary art of the last twenty years, with a particular focus on the younger generations.

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Google Arts & Culture is Google’s platform that allows users to explore works of art, artefacts and much more among more than 1800 museums, archives and organizations that have worked with the Google Cultural Institute to share their collections and their stories. Available on the web from laptops and mobile devices, or through the app for iOS and Android, the platform is designed as a place where it is possible to explore art and culture on line. <this platform is a creation of the Google Culture Institute

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Interactive visits at Città della Scienza with OhMyGuide!

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Città della Scienza continues to stay alongside its public with interactive visits to Corporea. And it does so also with ohmyguide.tours, the first platform created to offer schools a virtual tour experience with a live streaming interaction between the class and the guide, which has already obtained a large number of memberships with the participation of over 250 classes of Italian schools.

Corporea is the first interactive museum in Europe entirely dedicated to the theme of health, biomedical sciences and technologies and prevention, based on the direct experimentation of the phenomena by visitors.

Precisely for this reason, a remote visit module that experiments with new ways of interacting and dialoguing with his audience is now avalilble

The interactive visit, lasting about 1 hour, quickly crosses the history and places of Città della Scienza before entering Corporea which, with its many themes, involves children in demonstrations and experiments.

The guide who conducts the business from home has access to the contents of some multimedia stations in the museum and the support of videos that allow you to enjoy the contents of the exhibition itinerary.

The laboratory experience that completes the visit form sees the performance of some live demonstrations and also the possibility of replicating them at home thanks to the use of poor materials generally present in our homes. This creates a moment of confrontation, interaction and collective construction of experience.

Info:
drioli@cittadellascienza.it o procolo@cittadellascienza.it

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“Bagnoli-Città della Scienza” the new name for the Cumana Station in Bagnoli

A new name for the station of the Cumana Railway of “Bagnoli”, which now becomes “Bagnoli – Città della Scienza”, following the memorandum of understanding signed in July 2019 between Fondazione Idis-Città della Scienza and the Body Autonomo Volturno, testifies to the integration between the vocation of the territory and primary services, with a view to the respective enhancement of tangible and intangible assets.

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A recognition with a high symbolic value for Città della Scienza, aimed at emphasizing in particular the function of cultural and social protection that it performs on the territory and in the neighborhood. The new name will also make it easier for users to identify the station adjacent to the museum site and the North Pier. The new “naming” of the station, with the consequent replacement of the maps / timetables of the line, will act as a driving force for the sustainable development of the Bagnoli area: Transport, Culture and Tourism.

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Città della Scienza and Makers working together against the emergence Covid19

Città della Scienza also contributes to the broad action of the Maker community in Campania to face Covid emergency19. It does this by making available the machinery of its DREAM FabLab, the large digital manufacturing laboratory active in via Coroglio. Seven Delta Wasp 20 * 70 printers are in place to allow the creation of simple shield visors for the regional health system and operators who work on the front line to counter the emergency. This is just the first action fielded in this area, where the logic of open innovation is showing all its benefits: projects shared by designers and researchers that all operators can use for the benefit of the community.

The next actions will concern the refinement of production, with the desirable obtaining of certification and the possibility of supplying other devices and goods aimed at limiting contagion and maintaining social distance, including the air curtains increasingly required by the various economic operators .

It is an example through which the scientific expertise that has always characterized Città della Scienza with its opening to innovation that still represents its high profile.

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Futuro Remoto 2020 _ Approaching Meetings

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Take part in the program of events that will take place on the occasion of the next edition of Futuro Remoto.

 

Meetings are for all those means to participate in the Call for proposal for Futuro Remoto 2020.

The goal is to discuss and verify with the Città della Scienza team the type of events that can also be developed remotely and in innovative ways.

To participate in the meetings it is necessary to register at the form at the bottom of the article.

After registration, the indications and the link to take part in the meetings will be sent

 Calendar of meetings

Thursday May 28th, 10 am

Thursday June 11th, 3 pm

Thursday July 2nd, 10 am

Thursday July 16th, 3 pm

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Call for proposal – Futuro Remoto PLANET EDITION – between changes and global challenges

This year the event is entitled “PLANET” - Between changes and global challenges.

Futuro Remoto will take place from November 20th to 29th according to modalities and limits of the emergency legislation on coronavirus.

The XXXIV edition of Futuro Remoto proposes a journey through the metamorphoses of our planet due to climate change and to the great events of a “planetary” dimension, such as the pandemic emergency we are experiencing in these days.

Futuro Remoto 2020 explores this fascinating theme with exhibitions, workshops and demonstrations, events, meetings and shows that can take place and be enjoyed even remotely. It will do so by giving a voice to the world of science, national and international research which play a fundamental role in dealing with what are now realities and emergencies that concern us all, in every part of the globe. Futuro Remoto is an event born 34 years ago, in 1987, the first Science Festival in Europe, supporting a strong need to communicate the importance of scientific research and to create a dialogue between science and society.

Since that moment Futuro Remoto has always been, year after year, enjoying great success thanks to its ability to renew itself by responding to those that with sensitive antennas registered as new needs, questions for the construction of a scientific citizenship. This year’s will certainly be a differt kind of Futuro Remoto. It will use all the tools, new good practices and innovative methods of communication thanks also to the many scientific partners, universities, research centers, which for years have been alongside Città della Scienza.

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FUTURO REMOTO ACTIVITIES

All activities, even when remotely, are based on interactivity and on the possibility for visitors to observe, experiment, dialogue.

Throughout the month of May and June, it twill be possible to present and share proposal in open meetings to discuss together the most effective formats to use in the next edition of Futuro Remoto.

The calendar of meetings is published on the Città della Scienza website www.cittadellascienza.it/futuroremoto

Some examples of the activities that can be carried out:

Around the globe – A virtual space welcomes representatives of science from all around the world to talk to the audience of Futuro Remoto. Italian scientists working abroad are also protagonists.

Research gets home - The local research laboratories bring science into homes and schools through labs and remote live demonstrations where students can talk to researchers.

Science makes a spectacle on the net - Many science shows made on sustainability and environmental issues broadcast online, even with direct streaming.

Live guided tours - A large virtual exhibition dedicated to our PLANET available online with live tours led by scientists and representatives from the world of innovation.

Creativity and Making - The public meets Manufacture 4.0, makers and new technologies to find out how new technologies are revolutionizing the way we work and produce, giving traditional crafts a new life.

Café Scientifique - Each audience finds the right format in Futuro Remoto to discuss current scientific issues. Debates, informal meetings, such as scientific coffees and scientific speed dating, even in remote version, are the activities that take place during the event. Meetings that allow everyone to get informed and discuss together with the experts on scientific, ethical and social issues related to scientific and technological research, to prepare for the choices of a future that is now upon us: choices to which we are all called to exercise our responsibility of men and citizens.

Great show conferences - Scientists and representatives of scientific culture of national and international fame meet the public of Futuro Remoto to present the most advanced results of research in strategic sectors for the development of the country and to give life to moments of reflection on the intertwining of science and society, research and technology, and to reflect on the great themes of contemporary civilization. Important national productions are proposed that combine the languages ​​of the arts and science to offer the public moments of great emotion. They do it in the spaces of Città della Scienza accompanied also by direct streaming.

DEADLINE July 31st, 2020.

Build with us the program of events that will take place on the occasion of the next edition of Futuro Remoto.

Check calendar and take part in Futuro Remoto dates!

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Streaming online shows | 3 and 9 May

Dal Planetario di Città della Scienza direttamente sullo schermo della tua casa, due show prodotti dalla Evans & Sutherland: domenica 3 maggio alle 12 SUPERVOLCANOES e sabato 9 maggio alle 18 DYNAMIC EARTH.

SUPERVOLCANOES è uno show immersivo che ripercorre le varie tipologie di eruzioni che hanno raccolto l’energia che si nasconde, come un drago addormentato, sotto la superficie del pianeta Terra. Ci si sposta poi oltre la Terra per esplorare l’impatto delle eruzioni vulcaniche giganti attorno al nostro sistema solare. Il pubblico volerà sulla gelida luna di Nettuno, Tritone, e sul mondo vulcanico per eccellenza: la luna di Giove Io. Durante una visita a un leggendario hot spot nordamericano, il Parco Nazionale di Yellowstone, il film si chiede: un supervulcano può esplodere anche nel nostro tempo?

DYNAMIC EARTH esplora i meccanismi interni del grande sistema di supporto vitale della Terra: il clima globale. Con visualizzazioni basate su dati di monitoraggio satellitare e simulazioni avanzate di supercomputer, questo show segue la scia di energia che fluisce dal Sole nei sistemi ad incastro che modellano il nostro clima: l’atmosfera, gli oceani e la biosfera. Il pubblico viaggerà lungo il vorticoso oceano e le correnti del vento, si tufferà nel cuore di un mostro uragano, si troveranno faccia a faccia con squali e balene gigantesche e voleranno in vulcani in tempesta.

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Per assistere ai 2 show in streaming è necessario REGISTRARSI su EVENTBRITE.
30 minuti prima dell’inizio dello show, riceverete nella vostra casella email il link diretto per la visione.


Se non ricevete la mail con il link, verificate la casella spam/posta indesiderata e/o scriveteci a comunica@cittadellascienza.it.

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Science will win

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With Bit scientist version we open this space for scientific dissemination on the health emergency that we are experiencing these days.

We will try to clarify both the simplest and the most complex issues, we want to understand what are the right measures and the behaviors that must be adopted to face the contagion and to outline which future scenarios await us.

In this moment of crisis, it can happen that fear leads us to believe everything and forget that science is the only valid tool to save us. For a structure such as the exhibition whose main mission is scientific dissemination, it is imperative to try to spread precise and authoritative communication.

What is a coronavirus?

A coronavirus is a chain of genetic material (RNA) covered by a membrane of proteins that protect it and from which other proteins protrude that help it to join and enter human cells.


How does it infect human cell?

SARS-CoV-2 binds to human cells using the ACE2 protein, located on the outer surface of the cells, the virus inserts its S protein into ACE2 as a door key. Once inside, he uses cellular machinery to produce between 10,000 and 100,000 copies of himself, which begin to infect new cells.


How can vaccine be?

Vaccines and other treatments try to interfere with the infection process. The goal is to teach the immune system to identify the virus and destroy it by itself.


 Where did it start and why?

On December 31st, 2019, the Chinese authorities reported the existence of 27 cases of pneumonia of unknown origin, seven of which were serious. The people affected were apparently connected to a market in the city of Wuhan, a large city with more than 11 million inhabitants. At the moment it is not known which animal, used as food, caused the epidemic, we think of a pangolin or a bat.


Which differences from other viruses?

Coronavirus is more deadly and spreads faster than other similar viruses, such as the one causing seasonal flu. Current coronavirus, called SARS-CoV-2, is able to enter through the channels of human cells and many other mammals, but not mice or rats, the animals most used in research.


Covid-19 a new type of influence?

It is a disease caused by SARS-CoV-2, a type of coronavirus, belonging to a large family of viruses that affects humans and various animal species. Actually six viruses have been identified that can make a person sick: four that cause the common cold, SARS (which also emerged in 2003 in China, with which this coronavirus shares more than 80% of the genome) and MERS ( appeared in 2012, in Saudi Arabia).


Are there any possibilities of new similar or worse viruses  to appear?

A study by Brown University (USA) calculated that between 1980 and 2010 the number of infectious disease epidemics multiplied by three, a fact that in part may reflect real growth of this type of virus. Despite scientific advances and the increased controls that countries like China have applied to animal transportation to prevent outbreaks such as bird flu, population growth, migration or the onset of antibiotic resistance, the risks are increasing.


Is a double infection with flu virus and coronavirus possible?

So far, the existence of protection from one virus to another has not been demonstrated, therefore, from what we know, theoretically a person could be infected simultaneously with the flu virus and the coronavirus. And logically, when there is a double infection, everything becomes complicated. The two viruses are different and both have lung involvement. If the lungs are already damaged by one of them and a second virus is coming that damages them even more, it becomes an important additional complication.


Why did it spread so quickly?

One of the characteristics of the Covid-19 is its high reproductive potential, which has facilitated its expansion worldwide. Coronavirus has an R0 (infection rate) of 2.68 according to the scientific journal ‘Lancet’, meaning that each infected person reaches 2.68 people, a relatively high number. In addition, symptoms such as cough and fever appear when the person has been infected for several days and can therefore transmit the virus.


Can it change and become more resistant or dangerous?

Whenever a virus infects a new cell, mutations can occur in the copy of its genetic sequence, consisting of 30,000 units – a human genome contains 3,000 million. There is fear that in one of the millions of times the virus multiplies, it will get a mutation that will give it a new ability, for example greater lethality. But this is not what usually happens.


What are zoonoses?

They are infectious diseases transmitted from animals to humans. 60% of human infectious diseases come from pathogens shared with wild and domestic animals. Each year, this type of disease affects around 1 billion people and causes 2.7 million deaths.


How long does the virus survive in the environment after leaving an organism?

According to The New England Journal of Medicine, experiments show that once deposited, the virus can be detected up to three hours after aerosol, up to four hours on a copper surface, up to 24 hours on cardboard. and up to two or three days on plastic and steel.


What are the most common symptoms of Covid-19?

The most common symptoms of Covid-19 are fever, tiredness and dry cough. Some patients also experience pain, nasal congestion, runny nose, sore throat or diarrhea.


How can infection be prevented?

Hands should be washed frequently with an alcohol or soap and water hand sanitizer. You must cough or sneeze by covering your mouth and nose with your elbow flexed or with a tissue. You should avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth. You must keep at least one meter away with other people, especially those who cough, sneeze and have a fever. Meetings or gatherings should be avoided.


Is it possible that a second wave of viruses will occur in the near future?

According to a study by Imperial College London, a second wave of October will be practically inevitable once isolation measures are lifted. The researchers also warn that the greater the social removal measures, the greater the impact of this second wave will be, since there will be more people who have not been exposed to the virus.


Will the virus survive in summer with rising temperatures?

Coronaviruses generally survive longer outdoors in low temperatures than in high temperatures. Above 37 degrees, the concentration of the virus on a surface becomes 10 times lower every 24 hours, explains Isabel Sola, CSIC researcher. “But in less extreme conditions, at around 22 degrees and 40% humidity, the virus can last up to three days on some surfaces,” she says.


Is there already a vaccine?

The most advanced vaccines are being developed in China and the United States. Both projects are in the clinical trial phase and then performed human tests. However, experts doubt that a viable vaccine will be reached before 2021.


How does a vaccine work?

A vaccine consists of introducing an agent that resembles the virus into the human body so that our body generates antibodies and is able to defend itself against it. For the possible vaccine against coronavirus, it is possible to use two routes using the information of the SARS-CoV-2 virus itself, acting either on a single protein of the virus or on the entire virus.


When will the vaccine be ready?

One of the more advanced vaccines is based on the introduction of a messenger RNA that produces the S protein of the virus, but not the rest of the pathogen. This allows the immune system to identify and remember it, so that if a real virus enters the body, the antibodies bind to that protein and begin the process of destroying the virus. This vaccine developed by the American company Moderna in collaboration with the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) will begin testing healthy volunteers in April. But this is only the first of the three stages of human testing needed to pass it. According to the NIH, no vaccine will be ready for use within a year, so it can only be used if the pathogen reappears next winter or if it becomes a seasonal disease, such as flu.


How long does it take to incubate the virus?

Most scientific estimates range from one to 14 days and typically are around five, according to WHO. This implies that infected people can transmit the virus without showing symptoms of infection yet.


Can an already healed person be re-infected?

Typically, when a person becomes infected with a virus, a series of antibodies and defenses are produced in their body which, in theory, should prevent re-infection. But, when it comes to SARS-CoV-2, it is only a hypothesis based on what has happened in other cases with other viruses. The reality is that it will not be possible to know for sure until the epidemiological data of people who have been infected are available.


Do allergic people have greater risk of contracting coronavirus?

There are many types of allergies. Any allergy or hypersensitivity that triggers an asthma process represents an additional risk, because it involves an alteration of the airways and this is a risk factor for coronavirus. But we’re talking about allergies that trigger a process that makes breathing difficult. In relation to food, drug or skin allergies, it is logical to think that they do not belong to a risk group.


Do smokers have more risk?

Yes, from the information that has already started to be published in people who have suffered from Covid-19 in China, it has been seen that among the patients in whom the disease is complicated there is a higher frequency of smokers.


When and how to wear a mask?

If you are healthy, you should only bring it if you are taking care of someone suspected of having a coronavirus infection. Wear a mask even if you have a cough or sneeze. The masks are effective only when combined with frequent hand washing. Before putting on your mask, wash your hands. Cover your mouth and nose with the mask and make sure there are no spaces between your face and the mask. Avoid touching it while using it; if you do, wash your hands. Change your mask as soon as it is wet and never reuse disposable ones. To remove it, do it from behind (do not touch the front); dispose of it immediately in a closed container; and wash your hands properly.



Surce:

National Institutes of Health (NIH – USA)

Brown University (USA)

OMS

CSIC

The Wellcome Trust (UK)

El Pais (E)

The New England Journal of Medicine (USA.

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SCIENCE AT HOME

Despite the difficult situation that is affecting Italy and the health emergency that has forced museums to close their doors to visitors, Città della Scienza continues to dialogue with the public by launching a digital format “Science at home” designed to continue scientific dissemination activities even remotely so as not to interrupt contact with the world! An entirely virtual opening by taking advantage of the digital tools available to everyone.
Daily through all web and social channels we will publish small scientific demonstrations, we will make guided visits to the Museum and we will carry out together experiments to be repeated at home.
It is important for everyone to stay home during this period, but if you cannot go to the museum, it is the museum that can reach you.

#lascienzaacasa

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MUSEUM will be CLOSED

According with the recent ministerial provisions about Coronavirus emergency published in the Minister’s Decree of 8 March 2020, the Museum will be CLOSED to the public starting today, Sunday 8 March 2020, until new provisions.

DPCM 8 marzo 2020 

DIRECTION

 

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Under a sky fo stars… | 7 and 8 March 2020 at Museum!

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March 8, this year, the “World Planetarium Day” is celebrated and the interactive museum of Città della Scienza hosting the largest and most advanced 3D Planetarium in Italy, is ready to celebrate such a special day.
A planetarium is much more than a simple celestial vault simulator. It is a place where daydreaming, a place where you can delve into the mysteries of our universe, travel to galaxies, explore distant worlds. This weekend at the 3D Planetarium is scheduled a new live show “All the colors of the stars” created in collaboration with the UAN – Union of Neapolitan amateur astrophiles who will show us all the perceptible colors of the stars!
Also for this Sunday, an expert infectious disease specialist Dr. Riccardo Scotto, Specialist of infectious and tropical diseases, UOC of Infectious Diseases, University Hospital “Federico II” will be present in the museum to update us in real time on the evolution of the “pandemic”, on its resolutions and on the Coronavirus emergency in general.
Do not miss the activities related to the “XXIX WEEK OF SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL CULTURE” whose main purposes are to mobilize all the skills and energies of the country to encourage the most widespread diffusion of a solid and critical technical-scientific culture and promote the ambitious project developed and supported by MIUR to create a national system of permanent institutions (museums, centers and cities of science and technology, universities, academies, etc.), committed to the task of guaranteeing citizens up-to-date technical-scientific information and certified, while providing for the enhancement of the technical-scientific heritage of which our country is very rich. Among the scheduled activities we point out the laboratory “The sea abysses” where after having discovered its secrets it will be possible to build a projector capable of transforming the image of marine animals in 3D in the palm of your hand!
Like all weekends, guided tours are available at the Interactive Museum on the human body Corporea and at the exhibitions Mare, Insetti & Co, Bike_it and attend the breathtaking shows scheduled in our 3D Planetarium.
GUIDED TOURS AND WORKSHOPS ARE INCLUDED IN THE TICKET!
In short, a perfect weekend to be there! See you there!

SABATO 7 MARZO 2020

PLANETARIO

NOVITA’ Show Planetario 3D “Hidden Universe- Universo Oscuro” 
“L’Universo Oscuro” è uno straordinario viaggio nello Spazio più profondo. E’ una avventura che ci fa viaggiare nelle più remote regioni del nostro Universo grazie a immagini reali catturate dai più potenti telescopi del mondo – e viste per la prima volta sullo schermo e in 3D. Esplora le prime galassie, guarda le stelle nascere in vivaci nuvole di gas e polvere, percorri la superficie di Marte e ammira splendidi immagini del Sole e di altri corpi celesti lontani anni luce da noi.
Alle ore 9.15, 13.00, 15.00
Durata 45’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Consigliato dagli 8 anni in su

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 10.00, 11.30, 14.15
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dagli 11 anni in su

Show Planetario 3D “Robot explorers- Esploratori Robotici”
Sonde, lander, orbiter e satelliti: i robot esploratori vi porteranno alla scoperta del nostro Sistema Solare!
Alle ore 10.45, 12.15
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dai 6 anni in su

Live Show Planetario 2D “Vita e Morte di una Stella” 
A volo libero tra le costellazioni più famose, ripercorreremo tutte le tappe della vita di una stella, dalla nascita fino alla morte.
Alle ore 15.45
Durata 45’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dagli 11 anni in su

AREE ESPOSITIVE

NOVITA’ – Visite guidate alla Mostra BIKE_IT 
Unica tappa italiana della mostra internazionale interamente dedicata al mondo della bicicletta. L’ebbrezza di trovarsi in equilibrio su due ruote, per un viaggio alla scoperta di un mezzo di trasporto tanto antico quanto estremamente attuale. Uno strumento che riesce a conciliare ambiente e società.
Perché la vita è più sana e bella, se in sella ad una bicicletta!
Alle ore 9.45, 11.45, 13.45, 15.45
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra BIKE_IT

NOVITA’ – Focus Mostra BIKE_IT – Pedalando in Strada! 
Da solo o in compagnia, con pedali o senza, viaggia a due o più ruote lungo il percorso, unendo il divertimento alle regole della strada.
Provaci e vedrai che ci riuscirai!
Alle ore 10.45, 14.45
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra BIKE IT
Per tutti
N.B. L’attività verrà sospesa in caso di cattivo tempo

Visite guidate alla Mostra Corporea – Museo interattivo del Corpo Umano 
5000mq, tre piani e oltre 100 exhibit interattivi per raccontare in maniera divertente tutti i segreti del corpo umano!
Alle ore 9.15,10.15, 12.15, 14.15, 16.15
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Corporea

Visite guidate alla Mostra Insetti&CO 
Non perdere la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, lo spazio espositivo per i più piccoli dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo…
Alle ore 12.15, 16.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visite guidate 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 unica!
Alle ore 9.15, 14.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

LE ATTIVITÀ

Alieni per un giorno
Culture e popoli non solo di questa Terra… La vita al di fuori del Sistema Solare è un tema molto complesso ma anche affascinante. Disegna, colora e realizza una maschera da Alieno Extraterrestre. Forse non esiste, ma sarà divertente dare seguito alla tua fantasia!
Alle ore 11.00, 14.00
Durata 45’
Piano terra Museo Corporea
Per bambini dagli 8 anni in su (Max 15 bambini)
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea fino a esaurimento posti

La Storia di Rosetta e Phylae 
Ripercorri la storia di questi due importantissimi Esploratori Robotici che hanno viaggiato nel nostro spazio: Quali le loro scoperte? Prova a costruire tu stesso con materiali di riciclo le due sonde “inseparabili”.
Alle ore 10.15, 11.15, 15.30
Durata 45’
InsettiLab – Mostra Insetti&Co
Prenotazioni all’ingresso Mostra Corporea e partenza dall’Ingresso Mostra Mare (massimo 15 bambini per turno)
Per bambini dagli 8 anni in su

Nell’ambito della Settimana della Cultura Scientifica e Tecnologica:
Gli Abissi Marini 
A lungo si è creduto che gli abissi marini fossero come immensi deserti perché le forti pressioni cui vengono sottoposti gli animali impediscono la vita. Ma per le creature che vivono negli abissi la pressione preme da ogni parte e non reca loro disturbo. In queste zone, per via dell’oscurità, manca completamente la vita vegetale. Il cibo perciò “piove” dagli strati superiori. Divertiamoci insieme costruendo un proiettore in grado di trasformare l’immagine degli animali marini in 3D nel palmo della tua mano!
Tema: La salute degli oceani: risorse, sostenibilità, inquinamento
Orario 12.00
Piano terra Museo Corporea
Per bambini 7-10 anni (Max 15 bambini)
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea fino a esaurimento posti

Cambiamenti climatici VS Oceani
Quando si parla di cambiamento climatico, si guarda in su, verso l’atmosfera, o giù, verso il suolo che calpestiamo, ma quasi mai in là, verso gli Oceani. Eppure più del 70% della superficie della terra è ricoperta di ACQUA, e gli oceani sono fondamentali per la vita e la regolazione del clima del Pianeta. Circa il 40% di tutta la CO2 emessa ogni anno nel mondo dalle attività antropiche viene assorbito proprio dagli oceani. Scopriamo insieme le cause e gli effetti dell’inquinamento marino.
Tema: La salute degli oceani: risorse, sostenibilità, inquinamento
Alle ore 15.00
Lab 1 di piano terra Corporea
Per ragazzi 11-15 anni

Letture Animate 
Lasciati ispirare dalle parole di una fiaba animata e realizza il tuo disegno personalizzato!
Alle ore 13.15, 16.15
Durata 45’
Acquario Virtuale
Prenotazioni all’ingresso Mostra Corporea e partenza dall’Ingresso Mostra Mare
Per bambini 3-5 anni (massimo 20 bambini alla volta)

DOMENICA 8 MARZO 2020

PLANETARIO

NOVITA’ – Live Show UAN “Tutti i Colori delle Stelle” 
Con un po’ di fantasia, il cielo stellato sembra proprio un’esplosione di coriandoli “luminosi”: tutte le stele, infatti, brillano di una sfumatura colorata propria, capace di raccontare dettagli sulla loro superficie. Viaggia nel nostro magnifico planetario a caccia di questi colori stellari, per scoprire insieme quanto il cielo stellato sappia essere colorato!
Alle ore 11.00, 12.30
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Per tutti
A cura di: UAN – Unione Astrofili Napoletani in collaborazione con Fondazione IDIS – Città della Scienza

NOVITA’ Show Planetario 3D “Hidden Universe – Universo Oscuro” 
“L’Universo Oscuro” è uno straordinario viaggio nello Spazio più profondo. E’ una avventura che ci fa viaggiare nelle più remote regioni del nostro Universo grazie a immagini reali catturate dai più potenti telescopi del mondo – e viste per la prima volta sullo schermo e in 3D. Esplora le prime galassie, guarda le stelle nascere in vivaci nuvole di gas e polvere, percorri la superficie di Marte e ammira splendidi immagini del Sole e di altri corpi celesti lontani anni luce da noi.
Alle ore 11.45, 13.15, 14.00, 16.00
Durata 45’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Consigliato dagli 8 anni in su

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 15.15
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dagli 11 anni in su

Live Show Planetario 2D “Vita e Morte di una Stella” 
A volo libero tra le costellazioni più famose, ripercorreremo tutte le tappe della vita di una stella, dalla nascita fino alla morte.
Alle ore 16.45
Durata 45’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dagli 11 anni in su

AREE ESPOSITIVE

NOVITA’ – Visite guidate alla Mostra BIKE_IT 
Unica tappa italiana della mostra internazionale interamente dedicata al mondo della bicicletta. L’ebbrezza di trovarsi in equilibrio su due ruote, per un viaggio alla scoperta di un mezzo di trasporto tanto antico quanto estremamente attuale. Uno strumento che riesce a conciliare ambiente e società.
Perché la vita è più sana e bella, se in sella ad una bicicletta!
Alle ore 12.45, 15.45
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra BIKE_IT

NOVITA’ – Focus Mostra BIKE_IT – Pedalando in Strada!
Da solo o in compagnia, con pedali o senza, viaggia a due o più ruote lungo il percorso, unendo il divertimento alle regole della strada.
Provaci e vedrai che ci riuscirai!
Alle ore 10.45, 13.45, 16.45
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra BIKE IT
Per tutti
N.B. L’attività non verrà svolta in caso di cattivo tempo

Visite guidate alla Mostra Corporea – Museo interattivo del Corpo Umano 
5000mq, tre piani e oltre 100 exhibit interattivi per raccontare in maniera divertente tutti i segreti del corpo umano!
Alle ore 10.15, 11.15, 12.15, 14.15, 17.15
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Corporea

Visite guidate alla Mostra Insetti&CO
Non perdere la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, lo spazio espositivo per i più piccoli dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo…
Alle ore 11.30, 14.30, 16.30
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visite guidate 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 unica!
Alle ore 10.30, 13.30, 15.30
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

LE ATTIVITÀ

Selfie in Planetario
Parte oggi il contest dedicato al mondo dei planetari! Scatta un selfie all’interno del nostro magnifico planetario, condividilo sui tuoi social con l’hashtag #iLovePlanetariums e… buona fortuna! Sprigiona la creatività e la fantasia nel tuo scatto al planetario e potrai vincere un fantastico buono da 250 euro su Amazon. Cosa aspetti?! Corri, Scatta, Condividi e Vinci al Planetario!

Sistema Solare da Record!
Il sistema Solare è composto da 8 pianeti, pianeti nani e tanti altri oggetti celesti, come gli asteroidi, che ruotano attorno a una sfera di gas incandescente, la stella Sole. In questo laboratorio andremo alla scoperta dei record e delle curiosità scientifiche della nostra “casa” astronomica.
Alle ore 11.15, 17.15
Durata 45’
Piano terra Corporea
Prenotazioni e partenza in Ingresso Corporea (massimo 10 bambini alla volta, dagli 6 anni in su)

AstroSamantha Cristoforetti: verso l’infinito e oltre…
Chi pensa che lo spazio e l’astronomia sia solo “roba da uomini”, sbaglia! Molte sono state le donne astronaute ad aver viaggiato oltre il pianeta Terra! Una per tutte, la “nostra” Samatha Cristoforetti. Divertiti a costruire un simpatico razzo supergalattico e prova a farlo volare più in alto possibile.
Ore 14.45
Durata 45’
Piano terra Corporea
Per bambini dagli 8 anni in su, Prenotazione e partenza in Ingresso Corporea, massimo 15 bambini per volta

Nell’ambito della Settimana della Cultura Scientifica e Tecnologica:
Gli Abissi Marini
A lungo si è creduto che gli abissi marini fossero come immensi deserti perché le forti pressioni cui vengono sottoposti gli animali impediscono la vita. Ma per le creature che vivono negli abissi la pressione preme da ogni parte e non reca loro disturbo. In queste zone, per via dell’oscurità, manca completamente la vita vegetale. Il cibo perciò “piove” dagli strati superiori. Divertiamoci insieme costruendo un proiettore in grado di trasformare l’immagine degli animali marini in 3D nel palmo della tua mano!
Alle ore 12.30
Piano terra Museo Corporea
Per bambini 7-10 anni (Max 15 bambini)
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea fino a esaurimento posti

Cambiamenti climatici VS Oceani
Quando si parla di cambiamento climatico, si guarda in su, verso l’atmosfera, o giù, verso il suolo che calpestiamo, ma quasi mai in là, verso gli Oceani. Eppure più del 70% della superficie della terra è ricoperta di ACQUA, e gli oceani sono fondamentali per la vita e la regolazione del clima del Pianeta. Circa il 40% di tutta la CO2 emessa ogni anno nel mondo dalle attività antropiche viene assorbito proprio dagli oceani. Scopriamo insieme le cause e gli effetti dell’inquinamento marino.
Alle ore 16.00
Lab 1 di piano terra Corporea
Per ragazzi 11-15 anni (massimo 25 persone)

Letture Animate 
Lasciati ispirare dalle parole di una fiaba animata e realizza il tuo disegno personalizzato! Alle ore 11.00, 15.00
Durata 45’
Acquario Virtuale
Prenotazioni all’ingresso Mostra Corporea e partenza dall’Ingresso Mostra Mare
Per bambini 3-5 anni (massimo 15 bambini alla volta)

Inventa i tuoi animali marini! 
Inventa coloratissimi pesci e poi, come per magia, potrai farli comparire e nuotare in un grande acquario virtuale.
Alle ore 12.00, 16.00, 17.00
Durata 30’
Prenotazioni all’ingresso Mostra Corporea e partenza dall’Ingresso Mostra Mare (massimo 25 bambini per turno)
Per bambini dai 6 ai 12 anni

GLI OSPITI SPECIALI

Coronavirus: tra realtà e falsi miti.
E’ allarme Coronavirus… facciamo un po’ di chiarezza sull’argomento che è presente sulle pagine di tutti i quotidiani. Un esperto infettivologo sarà pronto a rispondere a tutti i dubbi, le curiosità e le preoccupazioni del caso.
Alle ore 12.00
Lab 1 di piano terra Corporea
Durata 40′
A cura di: Dr. Riccardo Scotto, Specialista di Malattie infettive e tropicali, UOC di Malattie Infettive, Azienda Ospedaliera Universitaria “Federico II”

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

BIGLIETTERIA MOSTRA #BIKEIT Biglietto: 5€

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Presentation of the book “The climate traps”

Climate change is a daily topic, the effects of which are increasingly evident and devastating.
The consequences of what is probably the greatest threat to humanity are already being seen, cruel and ruthless: melting of glaciers, rising sea levels, acidification of the oceans, desertification and loss of biodiversity.
The effects of climate change will worsen year by year if we do not abandon old bad habits and start to safeguard the planet we live in.
Città della Scienza, always attentive to the issue of climate change, adheres to the educational project “Environment and fight against climate change”, promoted by the Presidency of the Regional Council and by “Infiniti Mondi” association, which provides for the creation of a training course i in which the students of the high schools are protagonists for the elaboration of a proposed Law from below on the theme of the fight against climate change.

As part of the project tomorrow Tuesday 4 March 2020 at 4 pm at the Sol Lewit room there will be the national preview presentation of the book “The climate traps” in the presence of the two authors Gianni Silvestrini and Giovan Battista Zorzoli which will be followed by a talking with industry experts and project tutors.
The aim of the competition is to focus on information-training of environmental education but above all to stimulate the direct protagonism of the younger generations on such an important topic.

Speakers Ugo Leone, Pina Tommasielli, Michele Buonomo, Emma Buondonno, Stefania Caiazzo, Alfonso De Nardo, Ilaria Perrelli, Patrizia Spigno, Ezio Terzini
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Vincenzo Esposito, Eugenio Frollo, Marienlla Giuliano, Ettore Guerrera, Bruno Miccio, federico Panarella, Silvio Parente, Salvatore Poscaro, Antonio Spadafora, Raffaele Vitale.

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Coronavirus Emergency: talk with Biagio Pinchera

What is a Coronavirus? What is COVID-19? What are the symptoms of a person infected with a Coronavirus? How dangerous is the new virus?
Sunday 1 March, at 12 noon, in Città della Scienza we will host Dr. Biagio Pinchera, Infectious disease specialist, specialized in Infectious and Tropical Diseases of the School of Medicine and Surgery of the University of Naples “Federico II”, who will be ready to answer all the doubts, curiosities and worries on the topic that are discussed continuously: the case of Coronavirus and its spread.

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XXIX Scientific and Technological Culture Week

Città della Scienza, in collaboration with INAF-Astronomical Observatory of Capodimonte, the Department of Medicine and Medical Biotechnology of the University of Naples Federico II, the Turtle Point of Portici and the Union of Neapolitan Astrophiles, on the occasion of the XXIX Week Scientific and Technological Culture, offers schools and visiting families seminars on the history of science and techniques, scientific news, reflection on the foundations of science and on the ethical-political implications of scientific and technological research; didactic activities, and scientific demonstrations in order to guarantee permanent updating and to increase and qualify the rate of technical-scientific culture in the school world.

The purpose of the Scientific and Technological Culture Week is to mobilize all the skills and energies of the country to encourage the most widespread diffusion of a solid and critical technical-scientific culture. In particular, the Week stimulates the opening of effective communication and exchange channels between the universe of civil society on one side, and the complex structure of the Research System (university , public and private research institutions, museums, companies, associations, etc.), on the other one.
It is also the tool to experiment and promote the ambitious project developed and supported by MIUR to create a national system of permanent institutions (museums, centers and cities of science and technology, universities, academies, etc.), engaged in the task to guarantee citizens up-to-date and certified technical-scientific information, while at the same time enhancing the technical-scientific heritage of which our country is very rich.

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March 2nd

Title: Sea turtles: the “ambassadors” of sea health

Topic: Ocean health: resources, sustainability, pollution

March 3rd

Title: The marine abysses

Topic: Ocean health: resources, sustainability, pollution

March 4th

Preventive vaccines and therapeutic vaccines for cancer

Topic: Movements of populations and endemic diseases and biomedical aspects of the relationship with health

March 5th

Are we alone in the universe?

Theme: man and universe: the role of science in defining the origin of life

March 6th

Reprogram the cells to regenerate the heart

Topic: The fourth industrial revolution and available technologies

Preventive vaccines and therapeutic vaccines for cancer

Topic: Movements of populations and endemic diseases and biomedical aspects of the relationship with health

March 7th

The marine abysses

Topic: Ocean health: resources, sustainability, pollution

March 8th

Live Show “All the Colors of the Stars” by UAN
Theme: The discovery of the expansion of the Universe. The 130-year anniversary of Edwin Hubble’s birth and the astrophysics revolution
Speaker: Paolo Palma,
UAN – Union of Neapolitan Astrophiles in collaboration with the Fondazione Idis-Città della Scienza
Climate change VS Oceans

Theme: Ocean health: resources, sustainability, pollution

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Women & Science | 29th February and 1st March 2020 at Museum

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On the occasion of the Women’s Day, which is celebrated on March 8, the interactive museum of Città della Scienza will dedicate its activities to women scientists next weekend!

Saturday 29 February and Sunday 1 March, in honor of the greatest scientists and their discoveries, it will be possible to discover the significant contribution that women have made to scientific development by overcoming enormous difficulties imposed by gender condition and sometimes having to implement strategies to make their work accepted and recognized. In the scientific study “Marie Curie: It is not easy to be next to a genius…” it will be possible to know the life of Maria Skłodowska-Curie, her biography and the benefits that her study and daily work had on the lives of others. Curie, in fact, was the first person to win two Nobel prizes in two different disciplines, fought against all the prejudices of the time and showed, more than any other scientist woman, how high women can go, if determined and passionate; in “AstroSamantha Cristoforetti: towards infinity and beyond…”, a laboratory dedicated to the Italian astronaut, visitors will be able to build a nice supergalactic rocket and try to make it fly as high as possible; while the DNA extraction laboratory “Rosalind Franklin: the heroine who failed to discover DNA” will be an opportunity to learn the history of this great researcher and for the discovery of the structure of DNA.
Like all weekends, guided tours are available at the Interactive Museum on the human body and at the exhibitions Mare, Insetti & Co, Bike_it and attend the breathtaking shows scheduled in our 3D Planetarium.

GUIDED TOURS AND WORKSHOPS ARE INCLUDED IN THE ENTRANCE TICKET!

This weekend the entrance to the museum will be allowed at a special price for adults and children: Museum ticket € 5, integrated museum ticket and Planetarium € 8.

Coronavirus emergency: starting from this Sunday and for the following ones we will host an expert to follow the evolution of the emergency with meetings to spread clear and authoritative information.
Many surprises await you in our weekend full of science and fun!

SPECIAL TICKET FEBRUARY 27th to MARCH 1st, 2020

SCIENCE CENTRE
Adults and kids 5 €

PLANETARIUM
€ 5,00

SCIENCE CENTRE + PLANETARIUM

Adults and kids 8 €

TICKETS FOR THE #BIKE_IT EXHIBITION Ticket: 5€

Discount if you arrive by bike € 4 Free parking for bicycles!

INFO from Tuesday to Saturday: 9 to 5 pm

Sundays and holidays: 10 to 6 pm Monday closing

Contact Centre contact@cittadellascienza.it  +39 081.7352.222 Monday to Friday to 8.30 to 5 pm

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Successfull Carnival party at Città della Scienza

Extraordinary success for the Carnival party in Città della Scienza, on Sunday 23 February a crowd of over 2000 visitors including adults and children crowded the spaces of the scientific center of Bagnoli, coloring them with masks, costumes and confetti and lots of fun.

The theme of this year’s edition was the thousand cultures and colors of the peoples of the Earth, whose diversity was celebrated with fascinating live shows, itinerant animation, games and workshops of creativity and manual skills on the traditions of different peoples and countries. In the corner of cultures’ children traveled to discover the traditions of Africa and Australia, China, Brazil and India with the dance performance of the Bollywood dance Aishanti company, and culture Malinke from West Africa with Guna Percussion – Music and Dances from West Africa.

Italy too was explored through “Le Maschere Italiane”, a laboratory of creativity aimed at the rediscovery of traditional masks; the children also made a Chinese dragon for the new year of the mouse just started, built a typical Brazilian headdress and to end the journey between the cultures of the world they landed in Australia with a workshop of manual decoration of the typical boomerang.

With the wonderful 3d Planetarium we traveled upside down among the colors of the stars thanks to the live show “All the Colors of the Stars” by the UAN, Union of Neapolitan amateur astronomers.

Superfesta di Carnevale 2020!

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Woman is rare! February29th, 2020

Fondazione Idis-Città della Scienza participates in the XIII edition of the Rare Disease Day coordinated by EURORDIS (European Organization for Rare Diseases) and promoted by UNIAMO F.I.M.R. Onlus hosting Saturday 29 February, from 10 to 1 pm in the Sol Lewitt room of the Fablab Dream a study day entitled “The woman is rare”.

The key theme of this year’s edition is Equity as access to equal opportunities to enhance the potential of people with a rare disease.
People with a rare disease, which are few or very few for each disease, are more than 300 million worldwide and make up the third largest nation.
Chronic rare diseases require families to adapt to an experience that is almost impossible to share, to considerable difficulties in obtaining a rapid and reliable diagnosis, to the weight of daily care and to the high costs due to the lack of reimbursed common treatments. Often it is precisely on the woman that a multiplicity of tensions falls, taking charge, care, support, enhancement of the potential, but not only: being faced with a diagnosis that involves personal physical suffering to be treated, discovering that she is the bearer of a genetic mutation and feeling responsible for your child’s illness is a very tough burden to bear.
A day to talk with doctors, women scientists and operators in the sector about the complexity of the care management of the rare neurological patient, the importance of early diagnosis, advanced treatments and treatments for social development tending to promote equality and equity by strengthening the concept of “Patient centrality”, we will talk about the caregivers trying to break the isolation in which family members who care for their loved ones are too often found.
Anyone wishing to show their support in the international awareness campaign for people with rare diseases can take a phto and publish it on their profile using the hashtag #GiornatadelleMalattieRare.

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Shrove Tuesday 25 february 2020

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Città della Scienza concludes the Carnival celebrations with a special day dedicated to the traditions of the most cheerful and colorful festival of the year. Tuesday 25th February from 9 to 5 pm at the interactive museum it will be possible to discover the origins of “Shrove Tuesday” through experiments dedicated to food feeding and learn about the history and curiosities of the characters of Italian masks through creativity workshops.

As always, waiting for adults and children, there will be guided visits to the interactive museum on the human body and to the exhibitions Mare, Paleomare, Insetti & Co, Bike_it, as well as the breathtaking shows scheduled in our 3D Planetarium.

GUIDED TOURS AND WORKSHOPS ARE INCLUDED IN THE TICKET!

If you are not yet full of fun and celebrations, take advantage of the closure of the schools to spend a day of fun and knowledge with us.

TICKET

SCIENCE CENTRE

Adult € 10
Kids (3-17 years) and over 65 yrs  € 7

PLANETARIUM
Ticket adult and kids € 5

TICKET SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARIUM
Adult € 13
Kids (3-17 years) and over 65 yrs € 10

TICKETS FOR THE #BIKE_IT EXHIBITION Ticket: 5€

Discount if you arrive by bike € 4 Free parking for bicycles!

INFO from Tuesday to Saturday: 9 to 5 pm

Sundays and holidays: 10 to 6 pm Monday closing

Contact Centre contact@cittadellascienza.it  +39 081.7352.222 Monday to Friday to 8.30 to 5 pm

ONLINE TICKET!
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Reflecting4Change

Città della Scienza is partner of the European project Reflecting for Change (R4C) that aims at proposing an advanced support framework, as well as a set of core policy recommendations, to schools seeking to introduce a type of holistic change that will ensure a meaningful uptake of sustainable innovation, with an emphasis on achieving improved learning outcomes as set by the Europe 2020 strategy.
Aim of the project, that will end in october 2021, is promoting the use of self-reflection tools to support innovation and systemic change in schools.
In R4C approach, innovation is understood in terms of a school’s pathway to digital maturity (e-maturity) and its comprehensive relationship to the use of ICT, as well as a school’s pathway to openness demonstrated in its relationship with external stakeholders, in parental engagement, in fostering the well-being of its community as a whole, in its ability to combine the delivering of the curriculum with a study of local challenges, in its willingness and capacity to share its achievements with other schools and in its engagement with contemporary Responsible Research Innovation (RRI) challenges.
The consortium will organize and coordinate large scale pilots with schools to evaluate the effects of, and systematically validate the proposed approach by implementing numerous activities and exploiting at the same time the opportunities offered by major ongoing initiatives and reforms, in Greece, Portugal and Italy. The project will be implemented with a bottom up approach in 300 primary and secondary school, in urban as well as in rural areas while the sample for the validation of the proposed approach will consist of 1,500 teachers and 15,000 students.

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Deliverables
• School Innovation Model
It will define the specific elements of innovation in schools (based on SELFIE and OSOS-SRT indicators).

• School Profile and Analytics Framework
In order to populate school innovation profiles, the fields of Teaching, Learning and/or Academic Analytics will be utilized in order to propose an overarching School Analytics framework towards providing holistic decision support to school leaders across all school layers.

• School Innovation Profiling Tool and the School Innovation Planning Recommender System
The school innovation profiling tool that will be used to profile the innovation status of the school involved in the R4C pilot activities and for visualizing the different elements of the individual schools innovation profile for the school heads, and the school innovation planning recommender system will be used for providing recommendations (and tracking the implemented innovation pathway) to school heads and teachers for strategic school innovation based the school innovation profile.

• School Innovation Support Mechanism
The consortium will design and set in action a community support mechanism that will empower teachers and learners and facilitate innovation in the participating school settings. The core activity in this framework will be to build a group of change leaders who will share leading innovative practices.

• School Innovation Strategies
This document will describe the necessary strategies that will help every single school to improve, reinvent, supplement and transform according to its profile and identified needs.

• School Innovation Roadmap
The roadmap will be a set of guidelines that will be informed from the implementation findings. It will aim to support the schools to be engaged in the innovation process setting up their innovation pathways based on a self-reflection process that will help schools to identify their weaknesses and needs.

• School Innovation Academy
The School Innovation Academy will propose a school innovation support service, which will facilitate the process for envisioning, managing and monitoring change in school settings by providing a localised and flexible structure to follow.

Project partners

Ellinogermaniki Agogi – Greece (coordinatore)
ESHA European School Heads Association
European Distance and E-learning Network (EDEN) – UK
ScienceView – EU level
University of Bayreuth (UBT) – Germany
Institute of Educational Policy (IEP) – Greece
Fondazione Idis-Città della Scienza – Italy
NUCLIO – Núcleo Interativo de Astronomia – Portugal

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European School Heads Association
Institute of Educational Policy (IEP)
ScienceView
University of Bayreuth (UBT)
Institute of Educational Policy (IEP)
Città della Scienza
NUCLIO – Núcleo Interativo de Astronomia
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“Today you go to school: children teaching interdependence”

Educational activities of the project  “Today you go to school: children teaching interdependence”, created by the International Association for Solidarity in Asia (ASIA) and funded by Italian Agency for Development Cooperation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.

The project involves a total of 500 students and 40 teachers from the 28th Istituto Comprensivo Giovanni XXIII – Aliotta in Naples who participate in a structured calendar of visits, educational activities and training meetings during the  school year 2019/20.
Fondazione idis has developed a teaching activity focused on the biology of social insects and in particular on ants, as a clear example in nature of interdependence between living beings, a characteristic concept of Buddhist culture. This activity takes place in the spaces of the Insetti & Co. exhibition which hosts some ants’ colonies of different species.
For the occasion, a special field notebook was prepared that each of the pupils receives and uses to participate with greater involvement in this original educational experience.
The initiative is part of the larger Distinct but not Distant project – The values ​​preserved by Buddhist culture as a means of breaking down inner boundaries and making diversity a great wealth, which provides for similar interventions in other Italian cities involving other important Italian educational realities such as Explora , the Children’s Museum of Rome, the Ad Artem association and the Museo  Novecento in Milan.

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Climate Changes

This morning an interesting event took place in Città della Scienza to raise awareness among young people and students on a topic of great relevance and of fundamental importance for the survival of all: climate change.

The moment of discussion and discussion saw the presence of the Councilor of Fondazione Idis- Città della Scienza Pina Tommasielli; the President of the EAV, Umberto de Gregorio and Maria Carmen Morese, Director of the Goethe Institut Neapel. The President of Città della Scienza, Riccardo Villari, closed the first part of the day: “Climate change: oppose if not now when, since the large countries that generate these changes, cause an irreversible alteration to certain ecosystems. It is necessary to know first of all which are the greenhouse gases with respect to whose emissions we must absolutely provide, change our lifestyles and propose new models.We need to start from these moments of meeting and raising awareness with young people who will really have to deal with the effects of climate change. “

A moment of confrontation and discussion in the presence of political authorities and industry experts, there will also be some “made in Italy” prototypes of hydrogen vehicles and technologies for reducing emissions as a demonstration of clean technologies and national potential, both research and industrial, designed and implemented in Puglia and Campania, including:

• H2M the hydrogen demonstration vehicle

• Hydro, the first hydrogen car built by the Adler group

• Emission control system for internal combustion engines patented by I.A.M./Credendino V.zo service and TITANO Napoli

EAV the Volturno National Autonomous Authority, to facilitate participation in the event, will provide shuttles from Piazza Bagnoli.

Countering climate change is still possible but everyone has to do their part! Now is the time!

Cambiamenti Climatici: è il momento di agire

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Can You Cycle: Exhibition Opening

This morning in the Galileo Galilei hall in Città della Scienza the exhibition “Can you cycle?” Was inaugurated, opened until May 3rd, 2020¸ organized by the Goethe-Institut Neapel in collaboration with Fondazione Idis-Città della Scienza.

The President of Città della Scienza, Riccardo Villari and the Director of the Goethe Institut Neapel Maria Carmen Morese and the Campania were presenta s well as the winner of the competition, Livia Rescigno, Giovanni Mazzocchi and Giovanni Colaneri.

The exhibition displays the 40 best posters selected from the over 500 contributions sent by young Italian and German graphic designers on the occasion of a competition organized by the Goethe-Institut for students and young talents with the aim of bringing the theme of the bicycle to the fore, and is part of a large project on sustainable mobility, the traffic revolution and cycling in the city and everywhere.

On display, as foreseen by the competition, the 2 winners will be present, one for each of the categories “In Formation” and “Young Talents” and also the 20 best Italian posters and the 20 best German posters.

The initiative is part of the international bike exhibition “#Bike_it” which Città della Scienza hosts until April 2020 which tells the innovations of the bike from its birth to the present day and which, will be displayed at Canada Science and Technology Ottawa Museum.

The bike is the means of the future. It is fast, light, keeps you fit and takes you everywhere. The development and avant-garde of contemporary cities can be measured not on the basis of the quantity of cars in circulation but on the use of public transport and bicycles; its use, therefore, becomes increasingly a necessity.

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The Science of Love |15 and 16 February 2020 at Museum!

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“Love is the most powerful of the forces of the world” said Einstein at the beginning of the twentieth century and even before him the greatest philosophers and scientists of the world affirmed it as well as quantum physics does.

On the occasion of Valentine’s Day, the anniversary dedicated to lovers, our interactive museum proposes a program of activities dedicated to love, we will understand together how the researchers describe this complex chemical, hormonal, physical, cognitive, emotional intertwining that takes place in our body when you fall in love and what is caused by the famous sensation of “butterflies in the stomach” typical of all lovers!
Among the themed activities we would like to mention: “Kiss me again!” An 8-stage journey through Corporea exhibits to discover the origin, the benefits of receiving and giving a kiss, the effects on our hormones, brain and other curiosities; “Love in the Sea” a themed itinerary inside  Sea Exhibition; “Valentine’s Day Treasure Hunt!” A game to find the Treasure of Science by analyzing the scientific clues on a love theme. For youngest kids there will be workshops on manual skills and creativity on the themes and symbols of love.
Like all weekends, it will be possible to take guided visits to Corporea, the interactive museum on the human body and to the exhibitions Sea, Paleomare, Insetti & Co, #Bike_it and attend the breathtaking shows scheduled in our 3D Planetarium.
Many surprises await you in our weekend full of science and fun!
Only for this weekend, 15 and 16 February 2020, on the occasion of Valentine’s Day, we activated an extraordinary offer_the 2X1. Come to the museum with your sweetheart by purchasing one ticket instead of two!
Visiting the museum in the company of your loved one is even more beautiful because if you go faster alone, in two you go further.

Don’t miss it!

TICKET

SCIENCE CENTRE

Adult € 10
Kids (3-17 years) and over 65 yrs  € 7

PLANETARIUM
Ticket adult and kids € 5

TICKET SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARIUM
Adult € 13
Kids (3-17 years) and over 65 yrs € 10

SPECIAL DEAL WEEKEND S.VALENTINE
Couples will pay one ticket 10 € rather then two ones.  Not valid for groups.

TICKETS FOR THE #BIKE_IT EXHIBITION Ticket: 5€

Discount if you arrive by bike € 4 Free parking for bicycles!

INFO from Tuesday to Saturday: 9 to 5 pm

Sundays and holidays: 10 to 6 pm Monday closing

Contact Centre contact@cittadellascienza.it  +39 081.7352.222 Monday to Friday to 8.30 to 5 pm

ONLINE TICKET
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In the name of the Darwin | 8 and 9 Febraruary at Museum!

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Città della Scienza dedicates the weekend of 8 and 9 February to Charles Darwin, on the occasion of the next Darwin Day which is celebrated on February 12, the day of the birth of the English biologist known for having given birth is celebrated to the revolutionary theory of evolution. An opportunity to tell science to enthusiasts and involve young and old in the discovery of the values of scientific research and rational thinking. In our interactive museum you will remember the life and works of Charles Darwin, you will get to know and deepen the biographical curiosities, the experiences that led him to the elaboration of the most important theory of natural sciences: “The evolution of the species”. There will be guided themed tours, games, interactive demonstrations and workshops for youngest visitors for a weekend full of science and fun!
Among the themed activities it will be possible to participate in the “Traces of Life” scientific laboratory on the analysis of fossils, a valid test for Darwin’s theory of evolution, to create animal footprints and leave a trace of life on planet Earth; “We are all Monkeys” a manual workshop to understand how and how we are related to these records; “Biodiversity Laboratory” in which to discover the colorful and wonderful world of animals leaving room for creativity with many animals to be cut out and colored and finally “The Tree of Life” a path from the origins of life to discover its evolution on our planet.
As always it will be possible to carry out guided visits to Corporea the interactive museum on the human body and to the exhibitions Mare, Paleomare, Insetti & Co, Bike_it and to attend the amazing shows of our 3D Planetarium.
Many surprises await you in our weekend full of science and fun!
See you there!

SABATO 8 FEBBRAIO 2020

PLANETARIO

NOVITA’ Show Planetario 3D “Hidden Universe- Universo Oscuro” 
“L’Universo Oscuro” è uno straordinario viaggio nello Spazio più profondo. E’ una avventura che ci fa viaggiare nelle più remote regioni del nostro Universo grazie a immagini reali catturate dai più potenti telescopi del mondo – e viste per la prima volta sullo schermo e in 3D. Esplora le prime galassie, guarda le stelle nascere in vivaci nuvole di gas e polvere, percorri la superficie di Marte e ammira splendidi immagini del Sole e di altri corpi celesti lontani anni luce da noi.
Alle ore 9.15, 13.00
Durata 45’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
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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 10.00, 11.30, 14.15
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dagli 11 anni in su

Show Planetario 3D “Robot explorers- Esploratori Robotici” 
Sonde, lander, orbiter e satelliti: i robot esploratori vi porteranno alla scoperta del nostro Sistema Solare!
Alle ore 10.45, 12.15
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dai 6 anni in su

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Visite guidate alla Mostra BIKE_IT 
Unica tappa italiana della mostra internazionale interamente dedicata al mondo della bicicletta. L’ebbrezza di trovarsi in equilibrio su due ruote, per un viaggio alla scoperta di un mezzo di trasporto tanto antico quanto estremamente attuale. Uno strumento che riesce a conciliare ambiente e società.
Perché la vita è più sana e bella, se in sella ad una bicicletta!
Alle ore 9.45, 11.45, 13.45, 15.45
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra BIKE_IT

Focus Mostra BIKE_IT – Pedalando in Strada! 
Da solo o in compagnia, con pedali o senza, viaggia a due o più ruote lungo il percorso, unendo il divertimento alle regole della strada.
Provaci e vedrai che ci riuscirai!
Alle ore 10.45, 14.45
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra BIKE IT
Per tutti
N.B. L’attività verrà sospesa in caso di cattivo tempo

Visite guidate alla Mostra Paleomare di MAG
Una passeggiata nel tempo, un’ immersione nel mare in cui non abbiamo mai nuotato.
Un raccordo evolutivo tra il mare attuale e il mare del Paleozoico, un’ esaltazione della materia, della forma e del colore del passato messi in relazione con il presente;
una celebrazione dell’eccezionalità della fossilizzazione come fotografia del tempo, come traccia indissolubile dell’evoluzione.
Alle ore 12.15, 13.15, 14.15, 15.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visite guidate alla Mostra Corporea – Museo interattivo del Corpo Umano
5000mq, tre piani e oltre 100 exhibit interattivi per raccontare in maniera divertente tutti i segreti del corpo umano!
Alle ore 9.15,10.15, 12.15, 14.15, 16.15
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Corporea

Visite guidate alla Mostra Insetti&CO
Non perdere la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, lo spazio espositivo per i più piccoli dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo…
Alle ore 10.15, 12.15, 16.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visite guidate 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 unica!
Alle ore 9.15, 11.15, 14.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

LE ATTIVITÀ

Tracce di Vita… 
L’analisi dei fossili fu una valida prova per la teoria dell’evoluzione di Darwin. In questo laboratorio potrai creare delle impronte di animali e lasciare una traccia della vita sul pianeta Terra.
Ore 11.00, 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 10 bambini a turno)

Siamo tutti Scimmie! 
Darwin sconvolse le mentalità del suo tempo giungendo ad affermare che: “Siamo tutti scimmie”. Capiamo insieme in questo laboratorio di manualità come e in che modo siamo imparentati con questi primati.
Alle ore 12.00, 15.00
Durata 45’
Piano Terra Corporea
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea fino a esaurimento posti
Per bambini dagli 8 anni in su (Max 8 bambini a turno)

Letture Animate 
Lasciati ispirare dalle parole di una fiaba animata e realizza il tuo disegno personalizzato!
Alle ore 12.30, 15.00, 16.15
Durata 45’
Acquario Virtuale
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea fino a esaurimento posti
Per bambini 3-5 anni (massimo 20 bambini alla volta)

Inventa i tuoi animali marini!
Inventa coloratissimi pesci e poi, come per magia, falli comparire e nuotare in un grande acquario virtuale.
Alle ore 11.30, 13.30
Durata 30’
Prenotazioni all’ingresso Mostra Corporea e partenza dall’Ingresso Mostra Mare (massimo 25 bambini per turno)
Per bambini dai 6 ai 12 anni

Insettigator – L’Anatomia degli Insetti
Gioco/sfida entomologico attraverso il quale i partecipanti si caleranno nel ruolo di investigatori scientifici con il compito di dover identificare varie specie di artropodi, utilizzando chiavi dicotomiche che prendono in considerazione diversi elementi anatomici.
Alle ore 10, 12.30, 14.30
Durata 45’
Prenotazione e partenza in Ingresso Corporea
Per bambini dagli 8 anni in su, Massimo 15 bambini per turno
A cura dei comunicatori de Le Nuvole Scienza

DOMENICA 9 FEBBRAIO 2020

PLANETARIO

NOVITA’ –Show Planetario 3D “Hidden Universe- Universo Oscuro” 
“L’Universo Oscuro” è uno straordinario viaggio nello Spazio più profondo. E’ una avventura che ci fa viaggiare nelle più remote regioni del nostro Universo grazie a immagini reali catturate dai più potenti telescopi del mondo – e viste per la prima volta sullo schermo e in 3D. Esplora le prime galassie, guarda le stelle nascere in vivaci nuvole di gas e polvere, percorri la superficie di Marte e ammira splendidi immagini del Sole e di altri corpi celesti lontani anni luce da noi.
Alle ore 11.00, 14.00, 16.00
Durata 45’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Consigliato dagli 8 anni in su

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, 15.15
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dagli 11 anni in su

Show Planetario 3D “Robot explorer- Esploratori Robotici ”
Sonde, lander, orbiter e satelliti: i robot esploratori vi porteranno alla scoperta del nostro Sistema Solare!
Alle ore 11.45, 13.15
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dai 6 anni in su

Live Show Planetario 2D “Vita e Morte di una Stella” 
A volo libero tra le costellazioni più famose, ripercorreremo tutte le tappe della vita di una stella, dalla nascita fino alla morte.
Alle ore 16.45
Durata 45’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dagli 11 anni in su

AREE ESPOSITIVE

Visite guidate alla Mostra BIKE_IT 
Unica tappa italiana della mostra internazionale interamente dedicata al mondo della bicicletta. L’ebbrezza di trovarsi in equilibrio su due ruote, per un viaggio alla scoperta di un mezzo di trasporto tanto antico quanto estremamente attuale. Uno strumento che riesce a conciliare ambiente e società.
Perché la vita è più sana e bella, se in sella ad una bicicletta!
Alle ore 12.45, 15.45
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra BIKE_IT

Focus Mostra BIKE_IT – Pedalando in Strada!
Da solo o in compagnia, con pedali o senza, viaggia a due o più ruote lungo il percorso, unendo il divertimento alle regole della strada.
Provaci e vedrai che ci riuscirai!
Alle ore 10.45, 13.45, 16.45
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra BIKE IT
Per tutti
N.B. L’attività non verrà svolta in caso di cattivo tempo

Visite guidate alla Mostra Paleomare di MAG 
Una passeggiata nel tempo, un’ immersione nel mare in cui non abbiamo mai nuotato.
Un raccordo evolutivo tra il mare attuale e il mare del Paleozoico, un’ esaltazione della materia, della forma e del colore del passato messi in relazione con il presente;
una celebrazione dell’eccezionalità della fossilizzazione come fotografia del tempo, come traccia indissolubile dell’evoluzione.
Alle ore 12.15, 13.15, 14.15, 15.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visite guidate alla Mostra Corporea – Museo interattivo del Corpo Umano
5000mq, tre piani e oltre 100 exhibit interattivi per raccontare in maniera divertente tutti i segreti del corpo umano!
Alle ore 10.15, 11.15, 12.15, 14.15, 17.15
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Corporea

Visite guidate alla Mostra Insetti&CO 
Non perdere la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, lo spazio espositivo per i più piccoli dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo…
Alle ore 11.30, 14.30, 16.30
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visite guidate 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 unica!
Alle ore 10.30, 13.30, 15.30
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

LE ATTIVITÀ

Laboratorio di Biodiversità 
Andiamo alla scoperta del mondo variopinto e meraviglioso degli animali. Lasciati affascinare dalla biodiversità come un provetto Darwin per un giorno! Dai sfogo alla tua creatività con tanti animali da ritagliare e colorare!
Alle ore 11.15, 16.00
Durata 45’
Piano terra Corporea
Prenotazioni e partenza in Ingresso Corporea (massimo 15 bambini alla volta, dagli 8 anni in su)

L’Albero della Vita 
Ripercorriamo insieme le tappe dell’origine della vita: dalle prime cellule agli organismi più complessi, passo dopo passo, scopriremo in quali e quanti modi la Vita si è diversificata sul nostro pianeta.
Ore 12.30, 14.45, 17.15
Durata 45’
Piano terra Corporea
Per bambini dai 6 anni in su
Prenotazioni e partenza in Ingresso Corporea (massimo 10 bambini alla volta)

Letture Animate 
Lasciati ispirare dalle parole di una fiaba animata e realizza il tuo disegno personalizzato! Alle ore 11.00, 15.00
Durata 45’
Piano terra Corporea
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso Mostra Corporea
Per bambini 3-5 anni (massimo 15 bambini alla volta)

Il Grande Ritorno di BIT! 
BIT, il Robotino- Mascotte di Città della Scienza, è tornato! Ha voglia di conoscere tutti i nostri visitatori, adulti e bambini! Parlare con tutti, rispondere alle vostre domande e curiosità…
Passa anche tu a trovarlo sul piano terra Corporea!
Dalle ore 12 alle ore 16
Piano terra Corporea
Per tutti

Inventa i tuoi animali marini! 
Inventa coloratissimi pesci e poi, come per magia, potrai farli comparire e nuotare in un grande acquario virtuale.
Alle ore 12.00, 16.00, 17.00
Durata 30’
Prenotazioni all’ingresso Mostra Corporea e partenza dall’Ingresso Mostra Mare (massimo 25 bambini per turno)
Per bambini dai 6 ai 12 anni

Insettigator – L’Anatomia degli Insetti
Gioco/sfida entomologico attraverso il quale i partecipanti si caleranno nel ruolo di investigatori scientifici con il compito di dover identificare varie specie di artropodi, utilizzando chiavi dicotomiche che prendono in considerazione diversi elementi anatomici.
Alle ore 12, 14, 15.30
Durata 45’
Prenotazione e partenza in Ingresso Corporea
Per bambini dagli 8 anni in su, Massimo 15 bambini per turno
A cura dei comunicatori de Le Nuvole Scienza

AREE ESPOSITIVE

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

BIGLIETTERIA MOSTRA #BIKEIT Biglietto: 5€

Sconto sul biglietto per chi arriva in bicicletta! Sconto: 4 € Parcheggio gratuito per le biciclette!

INFO SU ORARI ED EVENTI dal martedì al sabato: ore 9.00 – 17.00 domenica e festivi: ore 10.00 – 18.00 lunedì: chiuso

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

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Città della Scienza for “NO2, No grazie!”

Città della Scienza joins an interesting “Citizen Science” project dedicated to the monitoring of air quality in urban centers, and in particular for the monitoring of NO2 nitrogen dioxide one of the most dangerous atmospheric pollutants produced from the combustion of cars.
The project is promoted by “Citizens for the air” a network of citizens who have chosen to commit themselves to defend the right to breathe clean air.
The event has a duration of one month, starting from this Friday and until March 7th, 2020. It consists in installing a sampler on a pole at a height of approximately 2.30 / 3 meters which will record the NO2 rates in the air that we breathe daily in the area; at the end of the project, a detailed map will come out which will demonstrate the air quality in the city and in general in Italy.
Pollution is an important common problem and if we want to guarantee clean air for ourselves and our children, we must all commit ourselves to our daily lives. Città della Scienza chooses to be an active part in the change and awareness of reality. Clarifying also the issue of fake news: we often hear that pollution in Italian cities “is to blame” for heating, this is distorted and conveyed information, a way of diverting attention from the real great manager who absorbs the air we breathe in the city: traffic.

For more informations:
https://www.cittadiniperlaria.org/

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Carnival SuperParty 2020

Sunday 23 February in Città della Scienza there will be the Carnival SuperParty full of  science and fun.

The theme of this year is: thousand cultures and colors of the peoples of the Earth explored through shows, itinerant animation, games and workshops of creativity and manual skills on the geographical traditions of the various places on earth; there will be streamers, costumes, disguises, accessories, masks and moments of collective games for both adults and children!
The event will take place from 10 to 2 pm and free admission is provided for all children up to 12 years while the exhibition areas will be open and open until 6 pm.
Among the scheduled activities we point out the Live Show by UAN “All the Colors of the Stars” at the 3D Planetarium, a journey in the colors of the stars which, besides being magnificent and surprising, inform us about their characteristics. There will be a corner of cultures with activities and disguises organized to learn about the history and curiosities of the different countries of the world: we will travel to Africa, China, Australia and Brazil. The Bollywood dance Aishanti company will perform a dance performance to the rhythm of magical India. The day’s program includes numerous activities for youngest visitors, children from three years of age will be able to participate in a mini-Olympics course, jump on the inflatables and get their makeup done by our entertainers.

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Città della Scienza is pleased to announce the collaboration with F.I.L.A. – Fabbrica Italiana Lapis ed AffiniAlso for 2020, the centennial year of the company, GIOTTO will be the Official Color of all the educational activities of Città della Scienza and the Carnival, with its thousand colors, is the right occasion to offer  to all the little visitors with a gadget signed GIOTTO and give space to one’s creativity through color. Many other surprises come and discover it by experiencing the most colorful party in the world with us.

TICKET OFFICE

Free entry for children up to 12 years from 10 to 2 pm 

MUSEUM
Adults € 10
Kids and teen agers  (3-17 years) – over 65 € 7

PLANETARIUM
Adults and kids  € 5

MUSEUM-PLANETARIUM
Adults € 13
Kids and teen agers  (3-17 years) - over 65 € 10

ONLINE TICKET

OPENING INFO

From Tuesday to Saturday from 9  to 5 pm
Sunday: from 10 to 6 pm
Monday: 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
service is available fro 8.30 t 5 pm

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Can you ride a bike? Exhibition Opening

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On Friday 7th February 2020 at 10.30 there will be the inauguration of the exhibition “Can you ride a bike?”, open until 3 May 2020¸ organized by the Goethe-Institut in collaboration with Fondazione Idis-Città della Scienza.

The exhibition displays the 40 best posters selected from the over 500 contributions sent by young Italian and German graphic designers on the occasion of a competition organized by the Goethe-Institut for students and young talents with the aim of bringing the theme of the bicycle to the fore, and is part of a large project on sustainable mobility, the traffic revolution and cycling in the city and everywhere.

On display, as foreseen by the competition, the 2 winners will be present, one for each of the categories “In Formation” and “Young Talents” and also the 20 best Italian posters and the 20 best German posters.

The initiative is part of the international bike exhibition “#Bike_it” which Città della Scienza hosts until April 2020 which tells the innovations of the bike from its birth to the present day and which, will be displayed at Canada Science and Technology Ottawa Museum.

The bike is the means of the future. It is fast, light, keeps you fit and takes you everywhere. The development and avant-garde of contemporary cities can be measured not on the basis of the quantity of cars in circulation but on the use of public transport and bicycles; its use, therefore, becomes increasingly a necessity.

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Chemistry time! 1st and 2nd February 2020 at Museum

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Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd February in Città della Scienza we will deepen the importance and usefulness of the scientific discipline that falls within the sphere of Chemistry.

Chemistry is the science that studies the composition of matter and its behavior based on this composition also defined as “the central science because it connects the other natural sciences, such as astronomy, physics, material sciences, biology and geology.
It rules the mechanisms of our body allowing us to live and perform our daily functions; it is the basis of complex environmental balances … And the technology we commonly use also involves the interaction between different chemical elements! Let’s find out all this in this weekend you  will get crazy for chemistry with laboratories and scientific demonstrations!
Among the activities we point out The themed activities are: “There is Chemistry!”: A scientific study during the guided visit to Corporea exhibition to discover the biological (and genetic) basis of “chemistry” among lovers behind the expression “Between us there is chemistry!” referring to that feeling of pleasure and affinity between two people; “Modeling Molecules!” A fun laboratory to understand what a molecule is, the most common and to join atoms in bonds! “The Bingo of Chemistry” the periodic table of Mendeleev’s elements as has never been seen with lots of gadgets . Escape Room- The Periodic Table” in the laboratory of a mysterious scientist follow the clues, solve the puzzles and carry out the experiments that will be proposed to you. Remember, you can only leave the room if you complete the periodic table of elements. An activity dedicated to this extraordinary discovery which consists of a revisited ESCAPE ROOM.

As always, it will be possible to carry out guided visits to Corporea the interactive museum on the human body and to the exhibitions Mare, Paleomare, Insetti & Co, Bike_it.

Many surprises await you in our weekend full of science and fun!

TICKET

SCIENCE CENTRE

Adult € 10
Kids (3-17 years) and over 65 yrs  € 7

PLANETARIUM
Ticket adult and kids € 5

TICKET SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARIUM
Adult € 13
Kids (3-17 years) and over 65 yrs € 10

TICKETS FOR THE #BIKE_IT EXHIBITION Ticket: 5€

Discount if you arrive by bike
Discount: € 4 Free parking for bicycles!

INFO

from Tuesday to Saturday: 9 to 5 pm

Sundays and holidays: 10 to 6 pm Monday closing

Contact Centre contact@cittadellascienza.it  +39 081.7352.222 Monday to Friday to 8.30 to 5 pm

ONLINE TICKE

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Science records | 25 and 26 January at Museum

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Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 January the program of activities of the interactive museum of Città della Scienza is about “scientific records” for a week end of science entitled “Science and Records”

Records are much more than numbers. They inform about the genetic heritage of Homo sapiens as well as of all living species, animals and plants as the records draw their foundations in genetics and in the continuous interaction of genes with the environment.

Being out of the “norm”, from the bell curve of statistics, makes us special and is the result of genetic mutations that cannot be reproduce. If you would like to know which is the heaviest animal in the world or what is the maximum speed reached by a man on Earth, come and visit us in this special weekend. We will try to answer your scientific curiosities and we will go hunting for the most interesting Scientific Records in the biological and astronomical fields.

Among the themed activities: “SuperForzuti”: to find out the strongest human beings in the world! Those who can lift, pull, withstand enormous loads, much heavier than their body. They often participate in competitions to show who is the most powerful among them; “Record Solar System!” The Solar system is composed of 8 planets, dwarf planets and many other celestial objects, such as asteroids, which rotate around a sphere of incandescent gas, the Sun star. In this laboratory it will be possible to know the records and the scientific curiosities of our astronomical “home”. And finally “Teeth to be scary…” the interactive scientific demonstration, in the company of an expert guide, to understand the different functions of the teeth in the animal kingdom that go beyond the simple ability to chop food and facilitate the absorption of nutrients for the body .

As always, it will be possible to carry out guided visits to the interactive museum on the human body Corporea and to the exhibitions Sea, Paleomare, Insetti & Co, #Bike_it.

We are waiting for you in our weekend full of science and fun.

TICKET

SCIENCE CENTRE

Adult € 10
Kids (3-17 years) and over 65 yrs  € 7

PLANETARIUM
Ticket adult and kids € 5

TICKET SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARIUM
Adult € 13
Kids (3-17 years) and over 65 yrs € 10

TICKETS FOR THE #BIKE_IT EXHIBITION

Ticket: 5€

Discount if you arrive by bike
Discount: € 4

Free parking for bicycles!

INFO

from Tuesday to Saturday: 9 to 5 pm

Sundays and holidays: 10 to 6 pm Monday closing

Contact Centre contact@cittadellascienza.it  +39 081.7352.222 Monday to Friday to 8.30 to 5 pm

ONLINE TICKET

 

ONLINE TICKET
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Città della Scienza: cultural hub for Mibact

A Multimedia Room has been inaugurated today January 18, 2020  in Città della Scienza within Cultura Crea Program launched by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism and managed by Invitalia.

The new multimedia room, which starts with a project linked to the enhancement of the historical roots of the Mediterranean diet, actually represents the first nucleus of a wider and strategic collaboration, in which Città della Scienza assumes the role of cultural hub for Mibact about the innovative enhancement of the Heritage of Cultural Heritage, especially of the South, and the creation of a fabric of work and mobilization of social energies in the name of culture.
In this perspective, Città della Scienza is configured as a permanent attractor for the synergistic involvement of the main actors both in the Phlegraean territory and its Archaeological park, and in the area of ​​Pompeii, Herculaneum, Oplonti.
The inauguration was followed by a discussion on the opportunities offered by the Misura Cultura Crea for the enhancement of the cultural heritage of the South with some experts like Marco Cinquegrani, Cluster Tiche, Luigi Nicolais, President of the Carditello Foundation, Pietro Folena, President of the Metamorphosis Association, Vittorio Fresa, Head of Invitalia Innovation Incentives and of the President of Città della Scienza Riccardo Villari, who said: “Città della Scienza is a candidate as a hub capable of integrating the many cultural subjects of the territory creating a critical mass that can cooperate, collaborate and make a system, overcoming the pulverization of realities and creating a network for the strengthening and enhancement of each subject and an entire cultural system. Contributing to the dissemination of knowledge aimed at enhancing the entire cultural chain is the contribution that Città della Scienza intends to give, starting from our very rich territory “.

Città della Scienza: da oggi è hub culturale del MiBACT

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Physics, my love! | 18 and 19 January at Museum

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On Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 January in Città della Scienza we will discover what physics is and how it works: a rich program of laboratories, demonstrations and scientific observations will animate the museum’s activities on this special science that studies and describes natural phenomena, reproducing them, when possible, with experiments, observing them and measuring the quantities they determine, in order to identify the relationships between them and the laws they regulate.
Our goal will be to demonstrate how fun and affordable PHYSICS is, even if we know that most of people consideri t very boring thinking about complex mathematical formulas rich in numbers, letters to describe complex examples; certainly it is an ambitious goal, but we will show you with experiments, games, meetings with experts, scientific shows and other physics hidden in the world around us without necessarily arriving at quantum physics founded in 1918.
Activities include “Balancing on two wheels!” Being able to stay in the saddle on two wheels and pedal for a few meters requires a great capacity, which with a little training and goodwill guarantees great joys and fun. Let’s explore the physics that provides the dynamic balance of a bicycle together. “Electric Discharge … fearful!” How much electricity can our body withstand? From lightning to electric chairs, passing through our famous hair dryer, it will be possible to discover the potential of our body and finally the futuristic laboratory “3D holograms for smartphones and tablets” build a projector capable of a common two-dimensional image in a 3D figure in the palm of your hand!
As always, it will be possible to carry out guided visits to the interactive museum on the human body and to the exhibitions Mare, Paleomare, Insetti & Co, Bike_it.
Many surprises await you in our weekend full of science and fun!

SABATO 18 GENNAIO 2020

Il Planetario
NOVITA’ Show Planetario 3D “Hidden Universe- Universo Oscuro” 

“L’Universo Oscuro” è uno straordinario viaggio nello Spazio più profondo. E’ una avventura che ci fa viaggiare nelle più remote regioni del nostro Universo grazie a immagini reali catturate dai più potenti telescopi del mondo – e viste per la prima volta sullo schermo e in 3D. Esplora le prime galassie, guarda le stelle nascere in vivaci nuvole di gas e polvere, percorri la superficie di Marte e ammira splendidi immagini del Sole e di altri corpi celesti lontani anni luce da noi.
Alle ore 9.15, 13.00, 15.00
Durata 45’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Consigliato dagli 8 anni in su

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 10.00, 11.30, 14.15
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dagli 11 anni in su

Show Planetario 3D “Robot explorers- Esploratori Robotici” 
Sonde, lander, orbiter e satelliti: i robot esploratori vi porteranno alla scoperta del nostro Sistema Solare!
Alle ore 10.45, 12.15
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dai 6 anni in su

Live Show Planetario 2D “Vita e Morte di una Stella”
A volo libero tra le costellazioni più famose, ripercorreremo tutte le tappe della vita di una stella, dalla nascita fino alla morte.
Alle ore 15.45
Durata 45’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dagli 11 anni in su

Le Aree espositive
NOVITA’ – Visite guidate alla Mostra BIKE_IT
Unica tappa italiana della mostra internazionale interamente dedicata al mondo della bicicletta. L’ebbrezza di trovarsi in equilibrio su due ruote, per un viaggio alla scoperta di un mezzo di trasporto tanto antico quanto estremamente attuale. Uno strumento che riesce a conciliare ambiente e società.
Perché la vita è più sana e bella, se in sella ad una bicicletta!
Alle ore 9.45, 11.45, 13.45, 15.45
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra BIKE_IT

In equilibrio su due ruote! 
Alzi la mano a chi non è capitato, almeno una volta nella vita, di cascare dalla bicicletta. Riuscire a mantenersi in sella alle due ruote e a pedalare per qualche metro richiede una grande capacità, che con un po’ di allenamento e di buona volontà, tolta l’iniziale insicurezza, assicura grandi gioie e divertimento. Esploriamo insieme la fisica che consente l’equilibrio dinamico di una bicicletta.
Approfondimento durante la visita guidata alla mostra BIKE IT

NOVITA’ – Focus Mostra BIKE_IT – Pedalando in Strada! 
Da solo o in compagnia, con pedali o senza, viaggia a due o più ruote lungo il percorso, unendo il divertimento alle regole della strada.
Provaci e vedrai che ci riuscirai!
Alle ore 10.45, 14.45
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra BIKE IT
Per tutti
N.B. L’attività verrà sospesa in caso di cattivo tempo

Visite guidate alla Mostra Paleomare di MAG 
Una passeggiata nel tempo, un’ immersione nel mare in cui non abbiamo mai nuotato.
Un raccordo evolutivo tra il mare attuale e il mare del Paleozoico, un’ esaltazione della materia, della forma e del colore del passato messi in relazione con il presente;
una celebrazione dell’eccezionalità della fossilizzazione come fotografia del tempo, come traccia indissolubile dell’evoluzione.
Alle ore 12.15, 13.15, 14.15, 15.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visite guidate alla Mostra Corporea – Museo interattivo del Corpo Umano 
5000mq, tre piani e oltre 100 exhibit interattivi per raccontare in maniera divertente tutti i segreti del corpo umano!
Alle ore 9.15,10.15, 12.15, 14.15, 16.15
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Corporea

Scariche Elettriche…da paura! 
Quanta elettricità può sopportare il nostro corpo? Dai fulmini alle sedie elettriche, passando per il nostro celeberrimo Drizzacapelli, rimarrai di stucco davanti alle potenzialità del nostro corpo.
Approfondimento durante la visita guidata alla Mostra Corporea

Visite guidate alla Mostra Insetti&CO 
Non perdere la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, lo spazio espositivo per i più piccoli dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo…
Alle ore 10.15, 12.15, 16.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visite guidate 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 unica!
Alle ore 9.15, 11.15, 14.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Le Attività
Ologrammi 3D per Smartphone e tablet 
Costruisci un proiettore in grado di trasformare una comune immagine bidimensionale in una figura 3D nel palmo della tua mano!
Ore 11.00, 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 10 bambini a turno)

Letture Animate 
Lasciati ispirare dalle parole di una fiaba animata e realizza il tuo disegno personalizzato!
Alle ore 12.30, 15.00, 16.15
Durata 45’
Piano Terra Corporea
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea fino a esaurimento posti
Per bambini 3-5 anni (massimo 20 bambini alla volta)

ATTENTO CHE CADE! 
Risate tra baricentri, equilibri e cadute… anche da trampoli! Esploreremo, sperimenteremo la caduta di corpi e le condizioni dell’equilibrio statico, ossia di corpi praticamente fermi. Proveremo come alzarsi da una sedia, una volta che ci si è seduti, non è sempre facile!!! Non vi tirate indietro, tentate anche voi e… BUON DIVERTIMENTO A TUTTI!
Alle ore 12.00, 14.30
Durata 30’
Piano terra Corporea
Per tutti

FREDDO È L’INVERNO 
Giacconi. Sciarpe. Fumanti tazze. Ecco l’inverno con le sue basse temperature e noi infagottati e infreddoliti che cerchiamo riparo. Ma perché le temperature in inverno sono più basse? Ed è per tutti così? E quale è la differenza tra temperatura e temperatura percepita?
Ore 13.00, 15.30
Durata 30’
Piano terra Corporea
Per tutti

Nuvola d’Acqua e d’Aria
I bambini entrano scalzi all’interno di una bianca nuvola di tessuto delicato… si racconta di acqua e di aria per conoscere l’evaporazione ed il formarsi delle bianche nuvole…
Conoscere il ciclo dell’acqua per comprendere quanto questo bene sia
prezioso, trascurato e dato per scontato. A seguire un laboratorio volto alla conoscenza della proprietà dei fluidi.
Alle ore 10, 12, 15
Per bambini da 4 a 8 anni
Durata 60’ (30’ nella Nuvola e 30’ nel Laboratorio)
Prenotazioni e partenza in Ingresso Mostra Corporea (massimo 15 bambini per turno)
A cura dei comunicatori de Le Nuvole Scienza

DOMENICA 19 GENNAIO 2020

Il Planetario
NOVITA’ –Show Planetario 3D “Hidden Universe- Universo Oscuro” 
“L’Universo Oscuro” è uno straordinario viaggio nello Spazio più profondo. E’ una avventura che ci fa viaggiare nelle più remote regioni del nostro Universo grazie a immagini reali catturate dai più potenti telescopi del mondo – e viste per la prima volta sullo schermo e in 3D. Esplora le prime galassie, guarda le stelle nascere in vivaci nuvole di gas e polvere, percorri la superficie di Marte e ammira splendidi immagini del Sole e di altri corpi celesti lontani anni luce da noi.
Alle ore 10.15, 14.00, 16.00
Durata 45’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Consigliato dagli 8 anni in su

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 11.00, 12.30, 15.15
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dagli 11 anni in su

Show Planetario 3D “Robot explorer- Esploratori Robotici ” 
Sonde, lander, orbiter e satelliti: i robot esploratori vi porteranno alla scoperta del nostro Sistema Solare!
Alle ore 11.45, 13.15
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dai 6 anni in su

Live Show Planetario 2D “Vita e Morte di una Stella” 
A volo libero tra le costellazioni più famose, ripercorreremo tutte le tappe della vita di una stella, dalla nascita fino alla morte.
Alle ore 16.45
Durata 45’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dagli 11 anni in su

Le Aree Espositive
NOVITA’ – Visite guidate alla Mostra BIKE_IT 
Unica tappa italiana della mostra internazionale interamente dedicata al mondo della bicicletta. L’ebbrezza di trovarsi in equilibrio su due ruote, per un viaggio alla scoperta di un mezzo di trasporto tanto antico quanto estremamente attuale. Uno strumento che riesce a conciliare ambiente e società.
Perché la vita è più sana e bella, se in sella ad una bicicletta!
Alle ore 12.45, 15.45
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra BIKE_IT

In equilibrio su due ruote! 
Alzi la mano a chi non è capitato, almeno una volta nella vita, di cascare dalla bicicletta. Riuscire a mantenersi in sella alle due ruote e a pedalare per qualche metro richiede una grande capacità, che con un po’ di allenamento e di buona volontà, tolta l’iniziale insicurezza, assicura grandi gioie e divertimento. Esploriamo insieme la fisica che consente l’equilibrio dinamico di una bicicletta.
Approfondimento durante la visita guidata alla mostra BIKE IT

NOVITA’ – Focus Mostra BIKE_IT – Pedalando in Strada! 
Da solo o in compagnia, con pedali o senza, viaggia a due o più ruote lungo il percorso, unendo il divertimento alle regole della strada.
Provaci e vedrai che ci riuscirai!
Alle ore 10.45, 13.45, 16.45
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra BIKE IT
Per tutti
N.B. L’attività non verrà svolta in caso di cattivo tempo

Visite guidate alla Mostra Paleomare di MAG 
Una passeggiata nel tempo, un’ immersione nel mare in cui non abbiamo mai nuotato.
Un raccordo evolutivo tra il mare attuale e il mare del Paleozoico, un’ esaltazione della materia, della forma e del colore del passato messi in relazione con il presente;
una celebrazione dell’eccezionalità della fossilizzazione come fotografia del tempo, come traccia indissolubile dell’evoluzione.
Alle ore 12.15, 13.15, 14.15, 15.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visite guidate alla Mostra Corporea – Museo interattivo del Corpo Umano 
5000mq, tre piani e oltre 100 exhibit interattivi per raccontare in maniera divertente tutti i segreti del corpo umano!
Alle ore 10.15, 11.15, 13.15, 14.15, 16.15, 17.15
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Corporea

Scariche Elettriche…da paura! 
Quanta elettricità può sopportare il nostro corpo? Dai fulmini alle sedie elettriche, passando per il nostro celeberrimo Drizzacapelli, rimarrai di stucco davanti alle potenzialità del nostro corpo.
Approfondimento durante la visita guidata alla Mostra Corporea

Visite guidate alla Mostra Insetti&CO 
Non perdere la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, lo spazio espositivo per i più piccoli dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo…
Alle ore 11.30, 14.30, 16.30
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visite guidate 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 unica!
Alle ore 10.30, 13.30, 15.30
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Le Attività
ATTENTO CHE CADE! 
Risate tra baricentri, equilibri e cadute… anche da trampoli! Esploreremo, sperimenteremo la caduta di corpi e le condizioni dell’equilibrio statico, ossia di corpi praticamente fermi. Proveremo come alzarsi da una sedia, una volta che ci si è seduti, non è sempre facile!!! Non vi tirate indietro, tentate anche voi e… BUON DIVERTIMENTO A TUTTI!
Alle ore 11.15, 16.00
Durata 30’
Piano terra Corporea
Per tutti

FREDDO È L’INVERNO
Giacconi. Sciarpe. Fumanti tazze. Ecco l’inverno con le sue basse temperature e noi infagottati e infreddoliti che cerchiamo riparo. Ma perché le temperature in inverno sono più basse? Ed è per tutti così? E quale è la differenza tra temperatura e temperatura percepita?
Ore 12.30, 14.45, 17.15
Durata 30’
Piano terra Corporea
Per tutti

Letture Animate
Lasciati ispirare dalle parole di una fiaba animata e realizza il tuo disegno personalizzato!
Alle ore 11.00, 15.00
Durata 45’
Piano terra Corporea
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso Mostra Corporea
Per bambini 3-5 anni (massimo 20 bambini alla volta)

Nuvola d’Acqua e d’Aria
I bambini entrano scalzi all’interno di una bianca nuvola di tessuto delicato… si racconta di acqua e di aria per conoscere l’evaporazione ed il formarsi delle bianche nuvole…
Conoscere il ciclo dell’acqua per comprendere quanto questo bene sia
prezioso, trascurato e dato per scontato. A seguire un laboratorio volto alla conoscenza della proprietà dei fluidi.
Alle ore 11, 12.30, 15, 16.30
Per bambini da 4 a 8 anni
Durata 60’ (30’ nella Nuvola e 30’ nel laboratorio)
Prenotazioni e partenza in Ingresso Mostra Corporea (massimo 15 bambini per turno)
A cura dei comunicatori de Le Nuvole Scienza

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

BIGLIETTERIA MOSTRA #BIKEIT Biglietto: 5€

Sconto sul biglietto per chi arriva in bicicletta! Sconto: 4 € Parcheggio gratuito per le biciclette!

INFO SU ORARI ED EVENTI dal martedì al sabato: ore 9.00 – 17.00 domenica e festivi: ore 10.00 – 18.00 lunedì: chiuso

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

ACQUISTA IL BIGLIETTO ONLINE E SALTA LA FILA!
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Innovative strategies for the enhancement and promotion of cultural heritage

Saturday 18 January 2020 in Città della Scienza there will be the inauguration of the Multimedia Classroom, created within the “CULTURA CREA – PON Cultura e Sviluppo” program, promoted by MIBACT and managed by INVITALIA.

locandina strategia e innovazione III
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Climate Change. It’s time to act!

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According to COP25, the twenty-fifth United Nations World Climate Conference, hosted in Madrid from December 2nd to 13th, Città della Scienza will host a meeting entitled “Climate Change: it’s time to act” on Friday February 7thfrom 10 am to 1 pm in the Newton room: an interesting meeting to raise awareness among young people and students on a subject so current and of fundamental importance for the survival of all.

A moment of confrontation and discussion in the presence of political authorities and industry experts, there will also be some “made in Italy” prototypes of hydrogen vehicles and technologies for reducing emissions as a demonstration of clean technologies and national potential, both research and industrial, designed and implemented in Puglia and Campania, including:

• H2M the hydrogen demonstration vehicle

• Hydro, the first hydrogen car built by the Adler group

• Emission control system for internal combustion engines patented by I.A.M./Credendino V.zo service and TITANO Napoli

EAV the Volturno National Autonomous Authority, to facilitate participation in the event, will provide shuttles from Piazza Bagnoli.

Countering climate change is still possible but everyone has to do their part! Now is the time!

Registration form for the meeting

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Game and Fun! 11 and 12 January at Museum

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Week end Museum’s activities, January 11th and 12th,  will be entirely dedicated to the theme of the game!

The game has always played an important role since ancient times and for this reason many thinkers, philosophers and scholars tried to define its particularities.
Playing is one of the human activities capable of generating satisfaction and pleasure, it represents a fundamental tool for developing creativity and experimenting with cognitive abilities: it affects our personality since childhood because through cognitive stimulation it allows access to one’s inner world.

To start a new year in a special way, the program of activities offered by  Città della Scienza museum offers the opportunity to participate in fun matches, scientific demonstrations, team games, quizzes, collectible cards and much more to test your skills and challenge friends and relatives on science issues.

It will be the last weekend in which it will be possible to visit ESSERE 4.0 Expo - the exhibition dedicated to the applications of industry 4.0 with many fascinating exhibits from research centers, industries and laboratories that is part of the Future Extra Remote program.
As always lots of interesting guided tours await you at the Interactive Museum on the human body and the exhibitions Mare, Paleomare, Insetti & Co, Bike_it and the unmissable shows of the 3D Planetarium, including the new one Hidden Universe.

TICKET

SCIENCE CENTRE

Adult € 10
Kids (3-17 years) and over 65 yrs  € 7

PLANETARIUM
Ticket adult and kids € 5

COMBINED TICKET SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARIUM
Adult € 13
Kids (3-17 years) and over 65 yrs € 10

TICKETS FOR THE #BIKE_IT EXHIBITION

Ticket: 5€

Discount if you arrive by bike
Discount: € 4

Free parking for bicycles!

INFO

from Tuesday to Saturday: 9 to 5 pm

Sundays and holidays: 10 to 6 pm Monday closing

Contact Centre contact@cittadellascienza.it  +39 081.7352.222 Monday to Friday to 8.30 to 5 pm

ONLINE TICKET
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Umberto Galimberti at Città della Scienza

“We still hink of technique as a tool at our disposal, while it has become the environment that surrounds us and constitutes us according to rules of rationality that subordinate human needs to those of the technical apparatus. The technique does not aim for a purpose , it does not promote a sense, it does not open scenarios of salvation, it does not redeem, it does not reveal truth: the technique works.Since its functioning becomes planetary, it is necessary to review the concepts of individual, identity, freedom, salvation, truth, meaning, purpose, nature, ethics, politics, religion, history “.

Umberto Galimberti said during the conference “Man in the age of technology” which was held today, December 17th, at the Newton room of Città della Scienza, moderated by Gennaro Carillo, professor of History of political thought in the Faculty of Letters of the Suor Orsola Benincasa University of Naples.

Umberto Galimberti “L’uomo nell’età della tecnica”

A large number of students, teachers, philosophers, thinkers, humanists and fans of the writer were present in the room who followed the entire conference in a careful and passionate way, formulating questions and making the debate alive and participated.

The meeting is part of the cycle of conferences “Towards the community of the millennium” organized by Città della Scienza and Eudora Association to encourage reflection on our way of life, on the relationships between us and others, between us and nature, between us and the things of the world and the values ​​on which to base our life and living in community.
“Towards the community of the millennium” means “meeting” to try to think together about the ways and conditions to put the values ​​and meanings at the center of human life which today are in marginal positions or even completely forgotten in the public debate and in political action, in a vision that returns to affirm the right to a happy life in a society that respects the communities.

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Over 3000 people visited Città della Scienza during Befana Party

Over 3000 people attended the Befana Party getting, as every year, the unmissable appointment of the city.

A successful event to celebrate Befana between science and fun, who, together with numerous elves, gifted hundreds of children with many socks full of sweets and candies.

Lots of activities and workshops in the program attended by visitors including the 2D Live show “The Christmas Stars”, organized by the Neapolitan Astronomers Union, which led to the discovery of the constellations that dominate the winter nights and the sky under which the Magi traveled over two thousand years ago and the magic show with the Soap Bubbles of Scacco Matto that enchanted adults and children.

The big Befana party closed the Christmas calendar of the activities of Città della Scienza museum visited by many tourists and families participated, spending days full of fun and also of a lot of science and knowledge.

Grande Festa Aspettando la Befana 2020

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Befana at Città della Scienza

Saturday January 5th Città della Scienza hosts the first event of the year: Befana’s party.

From 10 to 2 pm in all the exhibition areas of the Science Center of Città della Scienza there will be many engaging scientific shows, Christmas-themed workshops, animation with Elves and Santa Clauses, music, courses and scientific communicators and many activities to make this special party day!
For the occasion, all children up to 12 years of age access for free!
Adults and children can be masked blending among the Epiphanies in the museum and we wait together, between science and fun, for the arrival of the old lady most loved by all children.
The Befana of Città della Scienza will distribute stockings rich in goodness and chocolate kindly offered by Dolciaria Pezzella.

Festa della Befana 2020

Among the scheduled activities there are: 2D Live Show “The Christmas Stars” a great novelty curated by the Neapolitan  Astronomers Union (UAN) to discover the starry sky under which the Magi traveled a little over 2000 years ago and astronomical importance of the winter sky in a breathtaking live show at the Planetarium. Participants will receive a December sky map, with the largest constellations and brightest stars. Soap bubbles show by Scacco Matto: An engaging show that enchants young and old, the delicacy of soap bubbles and the fine irony of a clumsy clown, capture and, at the same time, let fly high with the lightness of a bubble giant soap; The Bag della Befana full of goodness … a demonstration to discover together with an expert the nutritional properties of the typical sweets of the Epiphany world; Befana in a broomstick a fun laboratory of creativity by creating a nice Befana thaumatropium to learn the first techniques of making cinematographic animations.

TICKETS

SCIENCE CENTRE 

Adults 10 € - kids up to 12 years FREE from 10 to 2 PM € 

PLANETARIUM
Adults and kids 

SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARIUM
Adults  13€ 

TIME

Party: ore 10 – 2 pm
Museum: ore 10 - 6 pm

Contact Centre

contact@cittadellascienza.it
+39 081.7352.222
fax +39 081.7352.224
From Monday to Friday 8.30 am to 5 pm

ACQUISTA IL BIGLIETTO ONLINE E SALTA LA FILA

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To the North Pole and back | 21 and 22 December 2019 at Museum

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In Città della Scienzathe Christmas mood is more alive and full of energy than ever. As every week end the museum offers a wide range of activities dedicated to discovering curiosities, traditions, and the science behind the symbols of Christmas for children and dreamers adults.

The weekend of Saturday 21 and Sunday, December 22 will be dedicated to the place where Christmas has its origin: The North Pole. It will be the right occasion to discover where Santa Claus’ house is and also to take a trip to this magical place where all the fairy tales and legends of Christmas are held for all peoples.

Among the many themed activities it will be possible to participate in the Ice Animals, to learn how to reproduce a glacial environment with all the animals in a nice 3D collage; a direct desire to the North Pole to write and send directly to the North Pole the letter to Santa Claus; the True Story of Santa Claus a journey to discover the myths, legends and traditions around the figure of Santa Claus!

For children we have dedicated the Animated Christmas Readings, so inspired by the words of an animated fairy tale they will be able to create a personalized drawing on the theme.

As always it will be possible to take guided visits to the Interactive Museum on the Human Body and to the Mare, Paleomare, Insetti & Co, Bike_it exhibitions and as part of the Futuro Remoto Extra program Essere 4.0 Expo – the exhibition dedicated to industry 4.0 applications with many fascinating exhibits from research centers, industries and laboratories.

Lots of surprises waiting for you in our weekend full of science and fun!

SABATO 21 DICEMBRE 2019

Il Planetario
NOVITA’ Show Planetario 3D “Hidden Universe”

“L’Universo Oscuro” è uno straordinario viaggio nello Spazio più profondo. E’ una avventura che ci fa viaggiare nelle più remote regioni del nostro Universo grazie a immagini reali catturate dai più potenti telescopi del mondo – e viste per la prima volta sullo schermo e in 3D. Esplora le prime galassie, guarda le stelle nascere in vivaci nuvole di gas e polvere, percorri la superficie di Marte e ammira splendidi immagini del Sole e di altri corpi celesti lontani anni luce da noi.
Alle ore 9.15, 13.00, 15.00
Durata 45’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Consigliato dagli 8 anni in su

NOVITA’ Live 2D Show Planetario WINX “Alla scoperta dell’Universo con le Winx” 
Guidati dalla magica voce di Stella, la fata del Sole Splendente, viaggeremo tra stelle e buchi neri in una fantastica avventura tra magia e scienza sotto il meraviglioso cielo stellato della cupola del planetario più grande e tecnologicamente avanzato d’Italia.
Alle ore 10.00, 12.15
Durata 45’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Consigliato dai 4 ai 9 anni

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 11.30, 14.15
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dagli 11 anni in su

Show Planetario 3D “Robot explorers”
Sonde, lander, orbiter e satelliti: i robot esploratori vi porteranno alla scoperta del nostro Sistema Solare!
Alle ore 10.45
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dai 6 anni in su

Live Show Planetario 2D “Vita e Morte di una Stella”
A volo libero tra le costellazioni più famose, ripercorreremo tutte le tappe della vita di una stella, dalla nascita fino alla morte.
Alle ore 15.45
Durata 45’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dagli 11 anni in su

Le Aree espositive:
NOVITA’ ESSERE 4.0 EXPO | Una passeggiata interattiva tra le idee e le applicazioni dell’industria 4.0 
Questa installazione racconta, attraverso una raccolta di esperienze interattive provenienti da centri di ricerca, industrie, laboratori, alcuni concetti chiave della “industria 4.0”, una definizione lanciata in Germania all’inizio di questo decennio e che prefigura un modo di produrre del tutto nuovo, fondato sulla integrazione di tecnologie tradizionali e digitali, utilizzo di Internet, robotica e intelligenza artificiale.
Alle ore 12.30, 13.30, 15.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso del Dome
Per tutti
NOVITA’ – Visite guidate alla Mostra BIKE_IT (Nuvola 1 9-17)
Unica tappa italiana della mostra internazionale interamente dedicata al mondo della bicicletta. L’ebbrezza di trovarsi in equilibrio su due ruote, per un viaggio alla scoperta di un mezzo di trasporto tanto antico quanto estremamente attuale. Uno strumento che riesce a conciliare ambiente e società.
Perché la vita è più sana e bella, se in sella ad una bicicletta!
Alle ore 9.45, 11.45, 13.45, 15.45
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra BIKE_IT

NOVITA’ – Focus Mostra BIKE_IT – Pedalando in Strada! 
Da solo o in compagnia, con pedali o senza, viaggia a due o più ruote lungo il percorso, unendo il divertimento alle regole della strada.
Provaci e vedrai che ci riuscirai!
Alle ore 10.45, 14.45
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra BIKE IT
Per tutti
N.B. L’attività verrà sospesa in caso di cattivo tempo

Visite guidate alla Mostra Paleomare di MAG
Una passeggiata nel tempo, un’ immersione nel mare in cui non abbiamo mai nuotato.
Un raccordo evolutivo tra  il mare  attuale e il mare del Paleozoico, un’ esaltazione della materia, della forma e  del colore del passato messi in relazione con il presente;
una celebrazione dell’eccezionalità della fossilizzazione come fotografia del tempo, come traccia indissolubile dell’evoluzione.
Alle ore 12.15, 13.15, 14.15, 15.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visite guidate alla Mostra Corporea – Museo interattivo del Corpo Umano 
5000mq, tre piani e oltre 100 exhibit interattivi per raccontare in maniera divertente tutti i segreti del corpo umano!
Alle ore 9.15,10.15, 12.15, 14.15, 16.15
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Corporea

Visite guidate alla Mostra Insetti&CO
Non perdere la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, lo spazio espositivo per i più piccoli dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo…
Alle ore 10.15, 12.15, 16.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visite guidate 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 unica!
Alle ore 9.15, 11.15, 14.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Le Attività
Gli Animali dei ghiacci 
Riproduci un ambiente glaciale e sbizzarrisciti con la fantasia a popolarlo con tutti gli animali in un simpatico collage 3D.
Ore 11.00, 14.00
Durata 45’
Piano Terra Corporea
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea fino a esaurimento posti
Per bambini dai 6 anni in su (Max 10 bambini a turno)

Letture Animate Natalizie 
Lasciati ispirare dalle parole di una fiaba animata e realizza il tuo disegno personalizzato!
Alle ore 12.00, 15.00, 16.00
Durata 45’
Piano Terra Corporea
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea fino a esaurimento posti
Per bambini 3-5 anni (massimo 20 bambini alla volta)

Un desiderio diretto al Polo Nord
Hai già scritto la letterina per Babbo Natale? Imbucala qui! Invia il tuo desiderio direttamente al Polo Nord!
Piano terra Corporea
Dalle ore 9 alle ore 17
Per tutti

La Vera Storia di Babbo Natale
Alla scoperta del mito, delle leggende e delle tradizioni intorno alla figura di Santa Claus o Babbo Natale!
Lab 1- piano terra Corporea
Dalle ore 9 alle ore 17
Per bambini e adulti sognatori

Spazio Vitale
Un gioco-racconto dell’esistenza a tutte le dimensioni. I giocatori potranno accostarsi ad un tavolo laboratorio multimediale (microscopi, esperimenti, exhibit) di gioco-racconto scientifico, incentrato sulla nascita della vita sul nostro pianeta e sulla possibilità della sua esistenza altrove nel cosmo.
Per vincere bisogna modificare per primi il proprio DNA per poter vivere su un pianeta della fascia dei pianeti abitabili.
Ore 12.00, 15.00, 16.00
Durata 75’
Per bambini dagli 8 anni in su, Massimo 15 bambini per turno
A cura dei comunicatori de Le Nuvole Scienza

Insettigator – L’Anatomia degli Insetti
Gioco/sfida entomologico attraverso il quale i partecipanti si  caleranno nel ruolo di investigatori scientifici con il compito di dover  identificare varie specie di artropodi, utilizzando chiavi
dicotomiche che prendono in considerazione diversi elementi anatomici.
Alle ore 11.00, 14.00
Durata 45’
Per bambini dagli 8 anni in su, Massimo 15 bambini per turno
A cura dei comunicatori de Le Nuvole Scienza

DOMENICA 22 DICEMBRE 2019

Il Planetario
NOVITA’ –Show Planetario 3D “Hidden Universe
“L’Universo Oscuro” è uno straordinario viaggio nello Spazio più profondo. E’ una avventura che ci fa viaggiare nelle più remote regioni del nostro Universo grazie a immagini reali catturate dai più potenti telescopi del mondo – e viste per la prima volta sullo schermo e in 3D. Esplora le prime galassie, guarda le stelle nascere in vivaci nuvole di gas e polvere, percorri la superficie di Marte e ammira splendidi immagini del Sole e di altri corpi celesti lontani anni luce da noi.
Alle ore 10.15, 14.00, 16.00
Durata 45’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Consigliato dagli 8 anni in su

NOVITA’ Live 2D Show Planetario WINX “Alla scoperta dell’Universo con le Winx”
Guidati dalla magica voce di Stella, la fata del Sole Splendente, viaggeremo tra stelle e buchi neri in una fantastica avventura tra magia e scienza sotto il meraviglioso cielo stellato della cupola del planetario più grande e tecnologicamente avanzato d’Italia.
Alle ore 11.00, 13.15
Durata 45’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Consigliato dai 4 ai 9 anni

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, 15.15
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dagli 11 anni in su

Show Planetario 3D “Robot explorers”
Sonde, lander, orbiter e satelliti: i robot esploratori vi porteranno alla scoperta del nostro Sistema Solare!
Alle ore 11.45
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dai 6 anni in su

Live Show Planetario 2D “Vita e Morte di una Stella”
A volo libero tra le costellazioni più famose, ripercorreremo tutte le tappe della vita di una stella, dalla nascita fino alla morte.
Alle ore 16.45
Durata 45’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dagli 11 anni in su

Le Aree Espositive
NOVITA’ ESSERE 4.0 EXPO | Una passeggiata interattiva tra le idee e le applicazioni dell’industria 4.0 
Questa installazione racconta, attraverso una raccolta di esperienze interattive provenienti da centri di ricerca, industrie, laboratori, alcuni concetti chiave della “industria 4.0”, una definizione lanciata in Germania all’inizio di questo decennio e che prefigura un modo di produrre del tutto nuovo, fondato sulla integrazione di tecnologie tradizionali e digitali, utilizzo di Internet, robotica e intelligenza artificiale.
Alle ore 11.00, 13.00, 15.00, 17.00
Partenza dell’ingresso del Dome
Durata 45’
Per tutti

NOVITA’ – Visite guidate alla Mostra BIKE_IT 
Unica tappa italiana della mostra internazionale interamente dedicata al mondo della bicicletta. L’ebbrezza di trovarsi in equilibrio su due ruote, per un viaggio alla scoperta di un mezzo di trasporto tanto antico quanto estremamente attuale. Uno strumento che riesce a conciliare ambiente e società.
Perché la vita è più sana e bella, se in sella ad una bicicletta!
Alle ore 12.45, 15.45
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra BIKE_IT

NOVITA’ – Focus Mostra BIKE_IT – Pedalando in Strada! 
Da solo o in compagnia, con pedali o senza, viaggia a due o più ruote lungo il percorso, unendo il divertimento alle regole della strada.
Provaci e vedrai che ci riuscirai!
Alle ore 10.45, 13.45, 16.45
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra BIKE IT
Per tutti
N.B. L’attività non verrà svolta in caso di cattivo tempo

Visite guidate alla Mostra Paleomare di MAG
Una passeggiata nel tempo, un’ immersione nel mare in cui non abbiamo mai nuotato.
Un raccordo evolutivo tra  il mare  attuale e il mare del Paleozoico, un’ esaltazione della materia, della forma e  del colore del passato messi in relazione con il presente;
una celebrazione dell’eccezionalità della fossilizzazione come fotografia del tempo, come traccia indissolubile dell’evoluzione.
Alle ore 12.15, 13.15, 14.15, 15.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visite guidate alla Mostra Corporea – Museo interattivo del Corpo Umano 
5000mq, tre piani e oltre 100 exhibit interattivi per raccontare in maniera divertente tutti i segreti del corpo umano!
Alle ore 10.15, 11.15, 13.15, 14.15, 16.15, 17.15
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Corporea

Visite guidate alla Mostra Insetti&CO 
Non perdere la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, lo spazio espositivo per i più piccoli dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo…
Alle ore 11.30, 14.30, 16.30
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visite guidate 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 unica!
Alle ore 10.30, 13.30, 15.30
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Le Attività
Babbo BIT 
BIT è tornato dal suo viaggio in Lapponia! Ha conosciuto “Babbo Natale” ma anche le criticità e le problematiche legate allo scioglimento dei ghiacci al polo Nord… Interrogalo! Chiedigli le tue curiosità su questo deserto ghiacciato!
Alle ore 11.00, 13.00, 15.00, 17.00
Per tutti
Durata 30’
Piano terra Corporea

Impronte Glaciali 
Laboratorio di argilla per conoscere gli animali tipici del Polo Nord e le loro impronte e tracce.
Alle ore 11.15, 16.00
Durata 45’
Piano terra Corporea
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso della Mostra Corporea
Per bambini dai 6 anni in su (Max 10 bambini a turno)

Fiocchi di neve
È arrivato l’inverno e la neve, in alcune regioni dell’Italia non si è fatta attendere! Laboratorio di manualità per la creazione di un simpatico e sorprendente fiocco di neve.
Ore 12.00, 14.45, 17.30
Durata 30’
Piano terra Corporea
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea fino a esaurimento posti
Per bambini dagli 8 anni in su (Max 10 bambini)

Letture Animate Natalizie 
Lasciati ispirare dalle parole di una fiaba animata e realizza il tuo disegno personalizzato!
Alle ore 11.00, 15.00
Durata 45’
Open Lab- Piano terra Corporea
Prenotazioni all’ingresso Mostra Corporea, partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per bambini 3-5 anni (massimo 20 bambini alla volta)

Un desiderio diretto al Polo Nord
Hai già scritto la letterina per Babbo Natale? Imbucala qui! Invia il tuo desiderio direttamente al Polo Nord!
Piano terra Corporea
Dalle ore 10 alle ore 18
Per tutti

La Vera Storia di Babbo Natale
Alla scoperta del mito, delle leggende e delle tradizioni intorno alla figura di Santa Claus o Babbo Natale!
Lab 1- piano terra Corporea
Dalle ore 10 alle ore 18
Per bambini e adulti sognatori

Nuvola d’Acqua e d’Aria
I bambini entrano scalzi all’interno di una bianca nuvola di tessuto delicato… si racconta di acqua e di aria per conoscere l’evaporazione ed il formarsi delle bianche nuvole…
Conoscere il ciclo dell’acqua per comprendere quanto questo bene sia
prezioso, trascurato e dato per scontato. A seguire un laboratorio volto alla conoscenza della proprietà dei fluidi.
Alle ore 11.00, 12.00, 15.00
Per bambini da 4 a 8 anni
Durata 60’ (30’ nella Nuvola e 30’ nel laboratorio)
Prenotazioni e partenza in Ingresso Mostra Corporea (massimo 15 bambini per turno)
A cura dei comunicatori de Le Nuvole Scienza

Escape Room- La Tavola Periodica
Entra nel laboratorio del misterioso scienziato. Segui gli indizi, risolvi gli enigmi ed effettua gli esperimenti che ti verranno proposti. Ricorda potrai uscire dalla stanza solo se completerai la tavola periodica degli elementi. Un’ attività dedicata a questa straordinaria scoperta che consiste in una ESCAPE ROOM rivisitata.
Alle ore 13.30, 16.30
Per tutti
Durata 90’
Prenotazione e partenza in ingresso Mostra Corporea (massimo 25 persone a turno)
A cura dei comunicatori de Le Nuvole Scienza

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

BIGLIETTERIA MOSTRA #BIKEIT Biglietto: 5€

Sconto sul biglietto per chi arriva in bicicletta! Sconto: 4 € Parcheggio gratuito per le biciclette!

INFO SU ORARI ED EVENTI dal martedì al sabato: ore 9.00 – 17.00 domenica e festivi: ore 10.00 – 18.00 lunedì: chiuso

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

ACQUISTA IL BIGLIETTO ONLINE E SALTA LA FILA!
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Trees of Science! | 14 and 15 December 2019 at Museum

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Christmas has arrived in Città della Scienza and the activities proposed by the museum for the weekend will be dedicated to the most magic period of the year.
Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 December we will dedicate a series of scientific activities and workshops to the real protagonist, in addition to children, of the most magical period of the year: Christmas tree. Will we begin by discovering the origins of this tradition but also the explanations on reasons about so many decorations.
On the ground floor of the Corporea museum will be set up our “Tree of Science” where it will be possible to discover the biology of a tree and many other curiosities about the Vegetal Kingdom through games, laboratories and dedicated activities.
BIT the mascot of the Città della Scienza museum has just come back from his trip to Lapland where he was able to verify the progress of the melting of ice at the North Pole and is ready to answer all the questions on the subject.
Moreover this special weekend is enriched with a novelty: a guided visit to our garden of science to get to know the Mediterranean scrub, the wood and the pond, species present on Earth before the appearance of man and species introduced by man tell the richness of the forms in which life is manifested and how plants and animals adapt to the different conditions of the planet.
The youngest will be able to attend the Christmas Animated Readings
so inspired by the words of an animated fairy tale, they will be able to create a personalized drawing on the theme.
As always it will be possible to take guided visits to the Interactive Museum on the Human Body Corporea and to the Mare, Paleomare, Insetti & Co, Bike_it exhibitions and within the framework of the Futuro Remoto Extra program also Essere 4.0 Expo – the exhibition dedicated to industry 4.0 applications with many fascinating exhibits from research centers, industries and laboratories.
We are waiting for you in our weekend full of science and fun!
Watch out for the program!

SABATO 14 DICEMBRE 2019

Il Planetario
NOVITA’ Show Planetario 3D “Hidden Universe” 

“L’Universo Oscuro” è uno straordinario viaggio nello Spazio più profondo. E’ una avventura che ci fa viaggiare nelle più remote regioni del nostro Universo grazie a immagini reali catturate dai più potenti telescopi del mondo – e viste per la prima volta sullo schermo e in 3D. Esplora le prime galassie, guarda le stelle nascere in vivaci nuvole di gas e polvere, percorri la superficie di Marte e ammira splendidi immagini del Sole e di altri corpi celesti lontani anni luce da noi.
Alle ore 9.15, 13.00, 15.00
Durata 45’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Consigliato dagli 8 anni in su

NOVITA’ Live 2D Show Planetario WINX “Alla scoperta dell’Universo con le Winx” 
Guidati dalla magica voce di Stella, la fata del Sole Splendente, viaggeremo tra stelle e buchi neri in una fantastica avventura tra magia e scienza sotto il meraviglioso cielo stellato della cupola del planetario più grande e tecnologicamente avanzato d’Italia.
Alle ore 10.00, 12.15
Durata 45’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Consigliato dai 4 ai 9 anni

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 11.30, 14.15
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dagli 11 anni in su

Show Planetario 3D “Robot explorers”
Sonde, lander, orbiter e satelliti: i robot esploratori vi porteranno alla scoperta del nostro Sistema Solare!
Alle ore 10.45
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dai 6 anni in su

Live Show Planetario 2D “Vita e Morte di una Stella” 
A volo libero tra le costellazioni più famose, ripercorreremo tutte le tappe della vita di una stella, dalla nascita fino alla morte.
Alle ore 15.45
Durata 45’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dagli 11 anni in su

Le Aree espositive
NOVITA’ ESSERE 4.0 EXPO | Una passeggiata interattiva tra le idee e le applicazioni dell’industria 4.0
Questa installazione racconta, attraverso una raccolta di esperienze interattive provenienti da centri di ricerca, industrie, laboratori, alcuni concetti chiave della “industria 4.0”, una definizione lanciata in Germania all’inizio di questo decennio e che prefigura un modo di produrre del tutto nuovo, fondato sulla integrazione di tecnologie tradizionali e digitali, utilizzo di Internet, robotica e intelligenza artificiale.
Alle ore 12.30, 13.30, 15.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso del Dome
Per tutti

NOVITA’ Visita guidata al Giardino della Scienza- Alla scoperta de Il Verde e gli Altri Colori
La macchia mediterranea, il bosco, lo stagno, specie presenti sulla Terra prima della comparsa dell’uomo e specie introdotte dall’uomo raccontano la ricchezza delle forme in cui si manifesta la vita e come piante e animali si adattano alle diverse condizioni del pianeta.
Alle ore 10.00, 12.00, 16.00
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Corporea
Per bambini 6-13 anni

NOVITA’ – Visite guidate alla Mostra BIKE_IT
Unica tappa italiana della mostra internazionale interamente dedicata al mondo della bicicletta. L’ebbrezza di trovarsi in equilibrio su due ruote, per un viaggio alla scoperta di un mezzo di trasporto tanto antico quanto estremamente attuale. Uno strumento che riesce a conciliare ambiente e società.
Perché la vita è più sana e bella, se in sella ad una bicicletta!
Alle ore 9.45, 11.45, 13.45, 15.45
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra BIKE_IT

NOVITA’ – Focus Mostra BIKE_IT – Pedalando in Strada!
Da solo o in compagnia, con pedali o senza, viaggia a due o più ruote lungo il percorso, unendo il divertimento alle regole della strada.
Provaci e vedrai che ci riuscirai!
Alle ore 10.45, 14.45
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra BIKE IT
Per tutti
N.B. L’attività verrà sospesa in caso di cattivo tempo

Visite guidate alla Mostra Paleomare di MAG 
Una passeggiata nel tempo, un’ immersione nel mare in cui non abbiamo mai nuotato.
Un raccordo evolutivo tra il mare attuale e il mare del Paleozoico, un’ esaltazione della materia, della forma e del colore del passato messi in relazione con il presente;
una celebrazione dell’eccezionalità della fossilizzazione come fotografia del tempo, come traccia indissolubile dell’evoluzione.
Alle ore 12.15, 13.15, 14.15, 15.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visite guidate alla Mostra Corporea – Museo interattivo del Corpo Umano 
5000mq, tre piani e oltre 100 exhibit interattivi per raccontare in maniera divertente tutti i segreti del corpo umano!
Alle ore 9.15,10.15, 12.15, 14.15, 16.15
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Corporea

Visite guidate alla Mostra Insetti&CO 
Non perdere la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, lo spazio espositivo per i più piccoli dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo…
Alle ore 10.15, 12.15, 16.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visite guidate 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 unica!
Alle ore 9.15, 11.15, 14.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Le Attività
InsettiGator: L’Anatomia degli Insetti
Gioco/sfida entomologico attraverso il quale i partecipanti si caleranno nel ruolo di investigatori scientifici con il compito di dover identificare varie specie di artropodi, utilizzando chiavi dicotomiche che prendono in considerazione diversi elementi anatomici.
Alle ore 11.00, 14.00
Durata 60’
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea fino a esaurimento posti
Per bambini dagli 8 anni in su (Max 15 bambini a turno)
A cura di: Dr. Gianluca Vitiello, Naturalista, Le Nuvole.

Simbiosi
Quali sono gli organismi che vivono a stretto contatto? Che tipo di interazione si stabilisce tra loro? Esistono casi di simbiosi tra due specie che indirettamente siano di utilità per l’uomo?
Modelli scientifici tridimensionali per raccontare alcune tra le più suggestive forme di interazione, più o meno intimo, tra organismi tanto diversi tra loro.
Alle ore 12.00, 15.00, 16.00
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Corporea
A cura di: Le Nuvole

Letture Animate Natalizie 
Lasciati ispirare dalle parole di una fiaba animata e realizza il tuo disegno personalizzato!
Alle ore 11.00, 15.00
Durata 45’
InsettiLab – Mostra Insetti&Co
Prenotazioni all’ingresso Mostra Corporea, partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per bambini 3-5 anni (massimo 20 bambini alla volta)

DOMENICA 15 DICEMBRE 2019

Il Planetario
NOVITA’ –Show Planetario 3D “Hidden Universe”
“L’Universo Oscuro” è uno straordinario viaggio nello Spazio più profondo. E’ una avventura che ci fa viaggiare nelle più remote regioni del nostro Universo grazie a immagini reali catturate dai più potenti telescopi del mondo – e viste per la prima volta sullo schermo e in 3D. Esplora le prime galassie, guarda le stelle nascere in vivaci nuvole di gas e polvere, percorri la superficie di Marte e ammira splendidi immagini del Sole e di altri corpi celesti lontani anni luce da noi.
Alle ore 10.15, 14.00, 16.00
Durata 45’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Consigliato dagli 8 anni in su

NOVITA’ Live 2D Show Planetario WINX “Alla scoperta dell’Universo con le Winx” 
Guidati dalla magica voce di Stella, la fata del Sole Splendente, viaggeremo tra stelle e buchi neri in una fantastica avventura tra magia e scienza sotto il meraviglioso cielo stellato della cupola del planetario più grande e tecnologicamente avanzato d’Italia.
Alle ore 11.00, 13.15
Durata 45’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Consigliato dai 4 ai 9 anni

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, 15.15
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dagli 11 anni in su

Show Planetario 3D “Robot explorers”
Sonde, lander, orbiter e satelliti: i robot esploratori vi porteranno alla scoperta del nostro Sistema Solare!
Alle ore 11.45
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dai 6 anni in su

Live Show Planetario 2D “Vita e Morte di una Stella” 
A volo libero tra le costellazioni più famose, ripercorreremo tutte le tappe della vita di una stella, dalla nascita fino alla morte.
Alle ore 16.45
Durata 45’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dagli 11 anni in su

Le Aree Espositive
NOVITA’ ESSERE 4.0 EXPO | Una passeggiata interattiva tra le idee e le applicazioni dell’industria 4.0 (nuvola 10-18)
Questa installazione racconta, attraverso una raccolta di esperienze interattive provenienti da centri di ricerca, industrie, laboratori, alcuni concetti chiave della “industria 4.0”, una definizione lanciata in Germania all’inizio di questo decennio e che prefigura un modo di produrre del tutto nuovo, fondato sulla integrazione di tecnologie tradizionali e digitali, utilizzo di Internet, robotica e intelligenza artificiale.
Alle ore 11.00, 13.00, 15.00, 17.00
Partenza dell’ingresso del Dome
Durata 45’
Per tutti

NOVITA’ – Visite guidate alla Mostra BIKE_IT 
Unica tappa italiana della mostra internazionale interamente dedicata al mondo della bicicletta. L’ebbrezza di trovarsi in equilibrio su due ruote, per un viaggio alla scoperta di un mezzo di trasporto tanto antico quanto estremamente attuale. Uno strumento che riesce a conciliare ambiente e società.
Perché la vita è più sana e bella, se in sella ad una bicicletta!
Alle ore 12.45, 15.45
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra BIKE_IT

NOVITA’ – Focus Mostra BIKE_IT – Pedalando in Strada! 
Da solo o in compagnia, con pedali o senza, viaggia a due o più ruote lungo il percorso, unendo il divertimento alle regole della strada.
Provaci e vedrai che ci riuscirai!
Alle ore 10.45, 13.45, 16.45
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra BIKE IT
Per tutti
N.B. L’attività non verrà svolta in caso di cattivo tempo

Visite guidate alla Mostra Paleomare di MAG
Una passeggiata nel tempo, un’ immersione nel mare in cui non abbiamo mai nuotato.
Un raccordo evolutivo tra il mare attuale e il mare del Paleozoico, un’ esaltazione della materia, della forma e del colore del passato messi in relazione con il presente;
una celebrazione dell’eccezionalità della fossilizzazione come fotografia del tempo, come traccia indissolubile dell’evoluzione.
Alle ore 12.15, 13.15, 14.15, 15.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visite guidate alla Mostra Corporea – Museo interattivo del Corpo Umano 
5000mq, tre piani e oltre 100 exhibit interattivi per raccontare in maniera divertente tutti i segreti del corpo umano!
Alle ore 10.15, 11.15, 13.15, 14.15, 16.15, 17.15
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Corporea

Visite guidate alla Mostra Insetti&CO 
Non perdere la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, lo spazio espositivo per i più piccoli dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo…
Alle ore 10.45, 12.15, 16.00, 17.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visite guidate 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 unica!
Alle ore 10.30, 11.15, 12.30, 17.00
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

NOVITA’ Visita guidata al Giardino della Scienza- Alla scoperta de Il Verde e gli Altri Colori 
La macchia mediterranea, il bosco, lo stagno, specie presenti sulla Terra prima della comparsa dell’uomo e specie introdotte dall’uomo raccontano la ricchezza delle forme in cui si manifesta la vita e come piante e animali si adattano alle diverse condizioni del pianeta.
Alle ore 11.00, 12.00, 13.00, 14.00
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Corporea
Per bambini 6-13 anni

Le Attività
Addobba l’Albero di Scienza! 
Aiutaci a rendere il nostro Abete ricco di Scienza! Scegli come decorare la tua pallina e appendila tra i rami del nostro albero. Che sia un pianeta, che una stellina, una cometa, il nostro Abete sarà carico di Scienza, unico e originale!
Alle ore 12.00, 14.00, 16.00
Piano terra Corporea
Per bambini dai 4 anni in su
Durata 45’
Prenotazioni e partenza in Ingresso Mostra Corporea (massimo 10 bambini)

Babbo BIT 
BIT è tornato dal suo viaggio in Lapponia! Ha conosciuto “Babbo Natale” ma anche le criticità e le problematiche legate allo scioglimento dei ghiacci al polo Nord… Interrogalo! Chiedigli le tue curiosità su questo deserto ghiacciato!
Alle ore 11.00, 13.00, 15.00, 17.00
Per tutti
Durata 30’
Piano terra Corporea

La Cellula Vegetale e KLIMT 
La struttura della cellula vivente, analizzata con osservazioni al microscopio, è discussa in riferimento alle sperimentazioni degli artisti dai primi del Novecento ad oggi … I bambini creeranno una “cellula” originale per dar vita ciascuno alla propria creazione artistica.
Alle ore 11.45, 13.45, 15.45, 16.45
Durata 45’
Lab 1 piano terra Corporea
Prenotazione e partenza in ingresso Corporea (massimo 15 bambini per turno)
Per bambini 6-10 anni

Letture Animate Natalizie 
Lasciati ispirare dalle parole di una fiaba animata e realizza il tuo disegno personalizzato!
Alle ore 11.00, 17.00
Durata 45’
Open Lab- Piano terra Corporea
Prenotazioni all’ingresso Mostra Corporea, partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per bambini 3-5 anni (massimo 20 bambini alla volta)

Nuvola d’Acqua e d’Aria
I bambini entrano scalzi all’interno di una bianca nuvola di tessuto delicato… si racconta di acqua e di aria per conoscere l’evaporazione ed il formarsi delle bianche nuvole…
Conoscere il ciclo dell’acqua per comprendere quanto questo bene sia
prezioso, trascurato e dato per scontato. A seguire un laboratorio volto alla conoscenza della proprietà dei fluidi.
Alle ore 10.30, 12.00, 15.00
Per bambini da 4 a 8 anni
Durata 60’ (30’ nella Nuvola e 30’ nel laboratorio)
Prenotazioni e partenza in Ingresso Mostra Corporea (massimo 15 bambini per turno)
A cura di: Le Nuvole

Escape Room- La Tavola Periodica
Entra nel laboratorio del misterioso scienziato. Segui gli indizi, risolvi gli enigmi ed effettua gli esperimenti che ti verranno proposti. Ricorda potrai uscire dalla stanza solo se completerai la tavola periodica degli elementi. Un’ attività dedicata a questa straordinaria scoperta che consiste in una ESCAPE ROOM rivisitata.
Alle ore 13.30, 16.30
Per tutti
Durata 90’
Prenotazione e partenza in ingresso Mostra Corporea (massimo 25 persone a turno)
A cura di: Le Nuvole

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

BIGLIETTERIA MOSTRA #BIKEIT Biglietto: 5€

Sconto sul biglietto per chi arriva in bicicletta! Sconto: 4 € Parcheggio gratuito per le biciclette!

INFO SU ORARI ED EVENTI dal martedì al sabato: ore 9.00 – 17.00 domenica e festivi: ore 10.00 – 18.00 lunedì: chiuso

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

ACQUISTA IL BIGLIETTO ONLINE E SALTA LA FILA!
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Città della Scienza’s Christmas is full of surprises! From December 24th to January 5th, 2020

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Città della Scienza continua a sorprenderti durante le feste natalizie e dal 24 dicembre 2019 al 5 gennaio 2020 ti propone un ricco programma di attività e laboratori scientifici per rendere ancora più speciale questo magico momento dell’anno da vivere insieme ai tuoi cari.
Le scuole sono chiuse, quale migliore occasione dunque per trascorrere una giornata in spensieratezza, divertendoti e imparando qualcosa in più sul Natale, sui suoi simboli, sulle sue leggende, le culture e le tradizioni. Tra visite guidate, science show nel nostro spettacolare Planetario 3D, dimostrazioni e esperimenti non vorrai più tornare a casa!
Che tu sia un bambino o un adulto con voglia di sognare e divertirti vieni a vivere la magia del Natale nel nostro museo.

Città della Scienza continues to surprise you during the Christmas holidays, from 24 December 2019 to 5 January 2020, offering a rich program of activities and scientific laboratories to make this magical moment of the year to be lived together with your beloved ones in a more special way.
Schools are closed, what better opportunity then to spend a day in light-heartedness, having fun and learning more about Christmas, its symbols, its legends, cultures and traditions. Between guided tours, science shows in our spectacular 3D Planetarium, demonstrations and experiments you will never want to go home!
Whether you are a child or an adult with a desire to dream and have fun, come and experience the magic of Christmas in our museum.

Here are some of the news you will find in our Planetarium:

  • 3D Planetary Show “Hidden Universe”: An extraordinary journey into the deepest Space, an adventure in the most remote regions of our Universe thanks to real images captured by the most powerful telescopes in the world – and seen for the first time on the screen and in IMAX 3D . Breathtaking 3D and high resolution images of Space to explore the first galaxies, watch the stars rise, travel the surface of Mars and admire beautiful images of the Sun and celestial structures light years away from us. A new vision of the origins and evolution of the universe.
  • Live Show 2D Planetarium Live “The Christmas Stars”: During Christmas’ time, it is natural to immediately think of the bright star that would guide the Three Kings on their long journey from the East to Bethlehem. Under what sky did the Magi travel at the time, so just over 2000 years ago? Was the sky of the Magi the same as what we see today? They followed the bright star, but where was the Polar Star? Was it the same as today? Answers to these and other questions about the astronomical, therefore also cultural, importance of the winter sky will be given to the public during the live show at the Planetarium curated by the Neapolitan Amateur Astronomers Union (UAN). Visitors will get a December sky map, with the largest constellations and the brightest stars.
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Museum offers special activities:

Vital Space: A game-tale about existence in all dimensions. Gathered at a multimedia laboratory (microscopes, experiments, exhibit) table of game-science narrative, centered on the birth of life on our planet and the possibility of its existence elsewhere in the cosmos.
To win you have to change your DNA first to be able to live on a planet in the range of habitable planets.
Insettigator – The Anatomy of Insects: Entomological game / challenge through which participants will take on the role of scientific investigators with the task of identifying various species of arthropods, using dichotomous keys that take into account different anatomical elements.
For children aged 8 and up, maximum 15 children per shift
Sparkling Stars!: Tinkering workshop that provides for the creation of a personalized light ticket to light up Christmas with the wonders of coding.
Tombola of the Sea Chemistry: For children aged 6 and up Max 10 children in turn
Bingo themed to discover curiosities about animals and elements of the periodic table.
For children we have dedicated the Animated Christmas Readings, so inspired by the words of an animated fairy tale, they will be able to create a personalized drawing on the theme and Cloud and Water a laboratory where children go barefoot inside a white cloud … listening about water and air to know the evaporation and the formation of white clouds …
Know the water cycle to understand how this element is precious, neglected and taken for granted.

Sunday 5 January 2020, from 10.00 am to 2.00 pm, the Epiphany Festival will close the Christmas program and for the occasion all children up to 12 years of age will enter for free!
We will wait together between science and fun for the arrival of the old woman most loved by all children. We will give socks full of goodness and chocolate kindly offered by Dolciaria Pezzella.

As always it will be possible to take guided visits to the Interactive Museum on the Human Body and to tMare, Paleomare, Insetti & Co, Bike exhibitions and as part of the Futuro Remoto Extra program, it will also be possible to visit “Essere 4.0 Expo” – the exhibition dedicated to applications 4.0 industry with many fascinating exhibits from research centers, industries and laboratories.
Lots of surprises await you!
Watch the complete program and choose the activity you like best.

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Umberto Galimberti: “The man in the age of technology”

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On December 17th in Città della Scienza a special event with the philosopher Umberto Galimberti on “The man in the age of technology”

The meeting aims to highlight the transformation that man undergoes in the age of technology, of which we are all scarcely aware, because we continue to think of technology as an instrument at our disposal, while technique (and no longer nature) has become the environment that surrounds us and constitutes us according to those rules of rationality that, measuring on the  criteria of functionality and efficiency, does not hesitate to subordinate the needs of man to the needs of the technical apparatus.

 

As a result of this unawareness, the man moves, in the age of technique, still with the typical traits of the pre-technological man who acted in view of goals registered in a horizon of meaning, with a store of his own ideas and a set of feelings in which he recognized himself. The age of technology has abolished this “humanistic” scenario, and consequently the questions of meaning that arise remain unanswered, not because the technique is still not perfected enough, but because it is not part of its program to find answers for similar questions.
The technique in fact does not tend to a purpose, does not promote a sense, does not open up scenarios of salvation, does not redeem, does not reveal the truth, the technique works, and since its operation becomes planetary, it is necessary to review the concepts of individual, identity, freedom , salvation, truth, meaning, purpose, but also those of nature, ethics, politics, religion, history, of which the pre-technological age was nourished and which now, in the age of technology, must be reconsidered, dismissed or refounded from the roots.

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Beauty of knowledge in Buenos Aires, Argentina

The traveling exhibition “Italy, the beauty of knowledge” opened in Buenos Aires – the first South America stage, last Tuesday  November 26th, 2019 at the Salon of Scales of the Kirchner Cultural Center at the Italian embassy and will be open until 15 December, 2019 from Wednesday to Sunday and on public holidays, from 1 pm to 8 pm with free admission.

“Italy: the beauty of knowledge” brings the Italian contribution to scientific research, innovation and quality of life in South America.
An installation promoted and financed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and led by the National Research Council, along with four important Italian science museums; Città della Scienza in Naples, the Muse of Trento, the Galileo Galilei Museum in Florence and the Leonardo da Vinci Museum in Milan.
After Alexandria, New Delhi, Singapore, Jakarta, Hanoi and Canton, the exhibition arrives in Argentina, where Italy develops an intense collaboration in the field of scientific and technological research. Renowned for its history and tradition, Italy is also an active innovation laboratory in which fascinating challenges are faced and where a better future is imagined and planned. “Italy, the beauty of knowledge” is an opportunity to learn about the excellence of the “Laboratorio Italia”. The exhibition conveys the interactions between the Italian research system, the artistic tradition and the Italian lifestyle. The main themes of the tour are: health, environment, space, food and nutrition and cultural heritage. Through the five sections, the historical and vital spirit of the Renaissance stands out as a driving force for current research and innovation, becoming a cultural model for the whole world.

Beauty of knoweldge: la mostra sarà presente a Buenos Aires dal 27 novembre al 15 dicembre

Exhibition: November 27th  –  Dicembre 15th 2019
Opening: from Wednesday to Sunday and public holidays from 1 pm to 8 pm
Location: Cultural Centre Kirchner (CCK), Buenos Aires · Argentina

More Info
web: www.italia-labellezzadellaconoscenza.it
Facebook: @ItalyBeautyofKnowledge

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Essere 4.0 Expo, the new exhibition about industry 4.0 open until January 12th #FRExtra

A walk in the woods to jump in the world of industry 4.0, where the production of the future becomes reality. It is not a contradiction in terms, but the spirit of Essere 4.0 Expo, the collective exhibition, part of the Futuro Remoto Extra program, open until January 12th. The result of a participatory planning process that involved, in 6 months of work, over 15 research institutes and 80 researchers and researchers, the installation aims to investigate how industry 4.0 can be made of technologies “around” human beings , and not replacing them. Starting from the definition launched in Germany in the early 2000s, which foreshadowed a new way of producing based on the integration of traditional and digital technologies, use of the Internet, robotics and artificial intelligence, Being 4.0 Expo is an interactive walk among the most recent applications of the Industry 4.0 where it is possible to approach the key concepts of the fourth industrial revolution, to see closely how we will work and produce, side by side with the robots, in the not too distant future. A suggestive narrative that is divided into five grades: Collaboration, Integration, Efficiency, Body and Memory. An unmissable path to understand more about the present and take a peek into the future!

Modalità di fruizione
SCUOLE: il modulo di visita di Essere 4.0 è prenotabile fino al 12 gennaio e ha una durata di 75 minuti. Per informazioni e prenotazioni rivolgersi al Contact Center di Città della Scienza.

VISITATORI PRIVATI: l’accesso alla mostra è gratuito ma solo su visita guidata (anch’essa gratuita). Le visite guidate (meeting points) hanno la durata di 45 minuti. Gli orari dei meeting points sono comunicati nei programmi giornalieri, affissi sulle paline informative e pubblicati sul web.

Per qualsiasi richiesta specifica rivolgersi alla biglietteria o al personale di sala identificabile dalla divisa rossa.

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DECEMBER 6th, 2019 h .9.30 am

The annual Pon Research and Innovation event will be held in Città della Scienza, Friday 6 December starting at 10.00, aimed at disseminating information and results achieved by the Program and promoting funding opportunities and strategies. The appointment will see the institutional interventions of the State Undersecretary of the Ministry of Education, University and Research Giuseppe De Cristofaro, of a representative of the Campania Region and of the Deputy Mayor of the Municipality of Naples Enrico Panini, preceded by the greetings of the President of the Foundation Città della Scienza Prof. Riccardo Villari and the introduction of the President of the Management Authority of the PON Research and Innovation Antonio Di Donato.
Three thematic sessions at the center of the meeting, which will address some crucial themes of the relationship between research, innovation and territory: “Business investment in Research and Development: a factor of innovation and competitiveness“; “Research Infrastructures: places where research, training and innovation express the excellence of the territory” and “Human Capital: absolute value for Italian Research and the development of the country“.
The relative round tables will see the participation of some of the most significant representatives at the national level of the research world, including Pasquale D’Alessandro and Jan Mikołaj Dzieciołowski, of the Directorate General for Regional and Urban Policy of the European Commission, Luigi Nicolais, President of Campania Digital Innovation Hub, Gaetano Manfredi, President of CRUI, Francesca Pasinelli, Director General of the Telethon Foundation, Stefano Cumer of the Directorate General for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, Carlo Doglioni President of the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology, Giorgio Rossi of the High Level Expert Group Chair European on the long-term sustainability of the IR – former Chair ESFRI, Miguel Morgado, Director for Italy, Malta and the Balkans of the European Investment Bank and Lorenzo Mancini Head of Impact Development & Relationship Management of Intesa San Paolo.

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China-Italy A SUCCESSFULL INNOVATION WEEK IN BEIJING AND JINAN, NOVEMBER 25th – 29th , 2019

15 agreements between universities and research centers signed
The first Sino-Italian Technology Park was inaugurated in Jinan
Over two thousand delegates and 300 Italian institutions present in Beijing and Jinan for the bilateral event of the two countries’ innovative ecosystems

Two thousand Italian and Chinese delegates and about three hundred organizations including universities, research centers and entrepreneurial realities, 15 bilateral agreements signed and the ribbon cutting of the first Sino Italiano Technology Park are some of the results of China Italia Science, Technology and Innovation Week, held in the cities of Beijing and Jinan from 25 to 29 November.

 

Promoted by the respective Governments, China Italy Week is coordinated by Città della Scienza of Naples and has so far involved more than 10.000 experts in cooperation projects and 5.500 entrepreneurial realities, favoring about 5.200 technology transfer actions and 620 scientific cooperation agreements.

Numbers in addition to those of the 2019 edition with 140 BtoB meetings, over 90 institutions, research centers and representatives of the business world and 100 innovative startups selected for the Best Startup Showcase Competition, which decreed the three most promising for the Chinese market.

Among the meetings in Beijing and those in Jinan, there were 15 bilateral agreements signed between the two ecosystems of research and innovation. The first Sino Italian Technology Park was inaugurated in Jinan for an investment of 1.6 billion euros. The first pavilion consists of 24 buildings spread over an area of ​​13 hectares. The Sino Italiano Technology Park will be completed in April 2020.

“There are 872 agreements already in place between our universities and Chinese universities – said the Minister of Research and Education of the University Lorenzo Fioramonti – and 120 Italian teachers are working in Chinese universities. This tenth edition of the Week attests to a crescendo of results achieved by two systems that work very well together and we are already working on the themes of the Italy-China Week edition that we will host next year in Italy. Today technological transformations requires us to rethink a new humanism that allows us to respond to the increasingly widespread demand for well-being and sustainability in the world. Today, more than ever, scientific and humanistic culture need to gather in a fertile embrace, Italy and China can also provide important answers to this need ”.

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“It was an honor for us to coordinate – said Riccardo Villari, president of Città della Scienza in Naples – the organization of such an important event, with 2,000 Italian and Chinese delegates here to witness the promising path of cooperation started in 2010 , a path studded with internationally relevant programs, memorandum of scientific collaboration, joint research projects, industrial agreements in the most important sectors for the scientific diplomacy of both countries “.

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THE FIRST SINO-ITALIAN TECHNOLOGICAL PARK IS BORN IN JINAN
Inaugurated in Jinan on November 28 by Italian Minister of Research Lorenzo Fioramonti and Chinese Minister of Science and Technology Wang Zhigang, the “Sino-Italian High-Tech Industrial Park”, a center destined to host Italian companies, startups, spin-offs and companies involved in partnerships with Chinese companies and to foster the emergence of new relationships in innovative sectors. Quantum technology, life sciences, the pharmaceutical industry and artificial intelligence are the priority sectors, as indicated by the two ministers on the occasion of the ribbon cutting that took place in the framework of the China Italy Week of Science, Technology and Innovation.
Launched last May, the Sino Italiano Technology Park has already seen the realization of a first pavilion. The park’s total planning covers an area of ​​130 hectares for an investment of 1.6 billion euros. The first pavilion consists of 24 buildings spread over an area of ​​13 hectares. The Sino Italiano Technology Park will be completed in April 2020.
The Zhangqiu district covers an area of ​​1719 square kilometers for a population of 1.5 million inhabitants. And it is part of the Municipality of Jinan, the capital of Shandong, the third Chinese province. With an annual GDP of 1/10 of the entire amount of Shandong, Jinan is one of nine financial centers in China and one of the top 50 economies of the Dragon. It has a population of 7 million people and records high growth rates also thanks to policies focused on business support related to the S&T and Artificial Intelligence sectors, so much so that it favors the reputation of “software city”. Along with Nanjing and Chengdu, Jinan is the third technology hub in China.
“There are already many Italian companies interested in incubating in the Sino Italiano Park in Jinan – stated the Minister of Research and Innovation Lorenzo Fioramonti – and I am sure that the potential of this structure will soon give us satisfaction. Important collaborations are already underway and the new executive protocols offer important opportunities for the creation of projects that are very driven even in the sign of environmental sustainability, a subject that has become central to the Chinese agenda and has always been dear to our Government. In this sense we will be able to give our important contribution to the creation of the science and marine protection area in this area. The China Italy Week confirms its strategic scope and perspective in the relationship of our two countries, the birth of the Sino-Italian Park of Jinan in this frame is a testimony of it “.

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Surprises under Chirstmas tree! |December 7th and 8th, 2019

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This weekend Città della Scienza gets magic and starts its Christmas program full of surprises to make Christmas unique and special.

Saturday 7 December there will be the first vision of the new 3D show “Hidden Universe – The Occult Universe” in our Planetarium: a 3D journey through the universe and its fascinating secrets, between stars and planets never seen so closely.
On Sunday 8th December we will host an exclusive Aquascaping event, suitable for everyone, with the world’s leading experts in the field, who will perform two splendid pools in a live action session that will remain on permanent display in the tour of the exhibition  Sea of ​​Città della Scienza. An unmissable opportunity to live a live experience and meet two masters of this fascinating art.
As always it will be possible to take guided visits to the Interactive Museum on the Human Body Corporea and to the exhibition Sea, Paleomare, Insetti & Co, Bike_it  and, within the framework of the Futuro Remoto Extra program, Essere 4.0 Expo – the exhibition dedicated to industry 4.0 applications with many fascinating exhibits from research centers, industries and laboratories

We are waiting for you in our weekend full of science and fun!

TICKETS

SCIENCE CENTRE 

Adults 10 € - kids (3/17 yrs) and over 65 yrs  7 € 

PLANETARIUM
Adults and kids 

SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARIUM
Adults  13€ - kids (3/17 yrs) and over 65 yrs  10 €

#BIKE_IT exhibition

Ticket: 5€

Special Deal for bikers!
Ticket: 4 €

Free parking for bicycles!

INFO

Monday to Saturday from 9 am to 5 pm

Sundays and holidays  from 10 am to 6 pm

Closing: Monday

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

ONLINE TICKET
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PHYSICS SEMINARS 2020

The popular seminars of the National Institute of Nuclear Physics (INFN), of the Physics Department of the University of Naples Federico II, the Superconducting Institute, Innovative Materials and Devices of the CNR (SPIN) and CNR ISASI - Institute of Applied Sciences and Intelligent Systems are back to Città della Scienza
The seminars, aimed at high school students, deal with topics that span all the research areas of the INFN and the Department 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 the concept of mass; from the concept of energy to the physics of the stars and the most catastrophic phenomena in the universe.
These seminar cycles, reaching the 8th editiobn this year, are part of the third mission of research centers and universities, i.e. the fundamental objective that these institutions have to communicate with society, and to the mission of Città della Scienza which is the scientific dissemination between formal and non-formal teaching.
The intent of these meetings is to combine formal learning (at schools, universities, academies) with non-formal learning (at museums, aquariums, libraries) to promote skills and careers in the STEAM (Science, Techonology, Engineering, Arts and Math) and contribute to training people capable of having an active role in increasingly democratic and technological societies.

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The 2019-20 edition program is divided into 13 seminars that will be held in Città della Scienza from January until May 2020, from 10.30 to 12.30.

Participation is free.
To participate in the seminars, interested students can book at the Contact Center of Città della Scienza: tel. 081.73.52.220-222 | e-mail contact@cittadellascienza.it
The seminars will be combined with a guided tour of the exhibition areas of Città della Scienza or an educational activity in a laboratory room. For more information, consult the School Catalogue, online at the following address http://www.cittadellascienza.it/catalogo-scuola-2019-2020/, or contact the Contact Center of Città della Scienza.

CALENDAR

15 JANUARY 2020
The long way to the discover of hidden matter

Giuliana Fiorillo
Physics DPT, “Federico II” University of Naples

22 JANUARY 2020
There is no way: the sentences of the Second Principle of Thermodynamic 

Roberto Di Capua
Physics DPT, “Federico II” University of Naples

29 JANUARY 2020
Cosmic rays: messengers of the universe

Valentina Scotti
Physics DPT, “Federico II” University of Naples

5 FEBRUARY 2020
The principles of the quantum computer
Alberto Porzio
Institute CNR-SPIN Naples

12 FEBRUARY 2020
Color and vision

Andrea Rubano
Physics DPT, “Federico II” University of Naples

Physics and photography: how much science is hidden in one click?
Antigone Marino
CNR-ISASI Institute Pozzuoli

19 FEBRUARY 2020
The mechanical effects of light
Antonio Sasso
Physics DPT, “Federico II” University of Naples

4 MARCH 2020
Plastic electronics and molecular self-assembling 
Mario Barra
Institute CNR-SPIN Naples

11 MARCH 2020
From Rutherford’s experiment to particle accelerators
Vittorio Vaccaro
Physics National Institute Naples

18 MARCH 2020
Mass

Pietro Santorelli
Physics DPT, “Federico II” University of Naples

25 MARCH 2020
Daily radiation and radioactivity: what they are and how they are measured
Riccardo De Asmundis
Physics National Institute Naples

8 APRIL 2020
From classical physics to relativity, a path between science and art
Pierluigi Paolucci
Physics National Institute Naples

20 APRIL 2020
The Second Quantum Revolution: six useful keys … for its reading

Giampiero Pepe
Physics DPT, “Federico II” University of Naples

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LUCA PERRI : STARTING AS A ROCKET

A space meeting with the astrophysicist Luca Perri on Sunday  December 1st at the Feltrinelli bookstore in Naples at 11.30.
The event is part of the Futuro Remoto Extra events

“Rocket Starting” is the title of the conference where we will talk about the history of space exploration. An epic challenge, studded with heroic gestures, dreams and … some “little” tragedy. All fake? Not really, but this vision omits or relegates to the background the missions with unexpected events, errors and tragicomic situations, useful for fully understanding the process of exploring the cosmos. The conquest of space has required a huge collective effort, the pursuit of goals unthinkable until recently. A journey full of pitfalls that are difficult to predict and that await (and await) astronauts outside the protection of the earth’s atmosphere. Any practical examples?

How to make astronauts eat and drink? How to make them go to the bathroom? About solid waste? Is it the case to let him take a shower during the mission? How do we wake them up in the morning? But above all, when is it morning? Are we sure that, once you go out for a space walk, you know how to get back into the shuttle? What if they land by mistake among the polar bears on their return from the mission?
Luca Perri signs a book of real stories all to laugh at and answers the strangest questions: Why do astronauts have diapers? How do you make poop, pee and fart in space? Is it true that astronauts drink pee and sweat?

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TECHNOLOGICAL PARKS, CITTA DELLA SCIENZA SIGNED TWO AGRREMENTS IN CHINA

There are five partnerships signed by Campania Region companies as part of China Week – Innovation Italy, an international cooperation program coordinated by the Neapolitan scientific center.

There are two agreements signed by Città della Scienza in the framework of China Week – Italy of Innovation, scheduled from Monday 25 and until tomorrow Friday 29 November in the cities of Beijing and Jinan. The scientific and technological center of Bagnoli has a partnership, respectively, with the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Zhangqiu District. Under the agreement signed with the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the two subjects are committed to cooperating for the design of a Sino-European Hub of research, dissemination and innovation. The second agreement was signed with the Zhangqiu district and aims to consolidate the mutual development of research and innovation within the Sino-Italian Park launched in 2017. Città della Scienza will support the District in identifying academic and business subjects interested in starting up activities in the district. The Zhangqiu district covers an area of ​​1719 square kilometers for a population of 1.5 million inhabitants and is located in the third province of China.

The two agreements signed by Città della Scienza are part of the 15 agreements closed by research centers, universities and Italian companies with Chinese partners in the international event coordinated by the Neapolitan scientific and technological centre.

Having reached its tenth edition this year, China Italy Innovation Week is the most important sector cooperation platform between the two countries. There are two thousand Italian and Chinese delegates and about three hundred organizations including universities, research centers and businesses present at the event in China, in the presence of the Minister of Education and Research Lorenzo Fioramonti. “It is an honor for us to coordinate – said Riccardo Villari, president of Città della Scienza in Naples – the organization of such an important event”. Research Minister Lorenzo Fioramonti has shown us how Italian excellence appreciated throughout the world, these two agreements are a further step to give a boost to the internationalization not only of our structure but, with it, of our entire territory rich in knowledge and talents “.

Three other agreements were also closed by the realities of Campania as part of the China Italy 2019 Week. The Public Private Laboratory Marea Scarl and TJ Innova Engineering & Technology, world leader in the automotive industry, have signed an organic collaboration agreement for the promotion and enhancement of the research and technological innovation focused on sustainable mobility. The two businesses are committed to fostering a mutual technological transfer and joint business initiatives in the European, Middle Eastern and African markets. The Department of Electronic Engineering of the Federico II of Naples and the University of Xi’an Shiyou form a cooperation partnership and research exchanges in the field of training and scientific training for teachers. The startup SPICI srl – Society for Innovation, Cooperation and Internationalization closes a collaboration agreement with Xi’an Sino-European Enterprises Management Consulting Co., Ltd for cooperation in the field of science, technology and culture to facilitate collaboration between stratup, companies and research institutes.

Among the realities present in Campania: the National Institute Pascale Foundation, numerous institutes of the Cnr, the National Institute of Nuclear Physics, the Department of Industrial Design of the Vanvitelli University of Campania, Suor Orsola Benincasa University, the Archaeological Museum National of Naples and the Polymers and Materials Institute, the Experimental Zooprophylactic Institute of Southern Italy. The delegations of four Campania schools also took part in the mission: the I.S. Guglielmo Marconi di Giugliano, the ITI Leonardo da Vinci of Naples, the Scientific and Linguistic High School De Carlo di Giugliano, the I.S. Caselli de Sanctis of Capodimonte. Incorporated into a program of educational cooperation, the schools had meetings with four Chinese schools: the Beijing College of Finance and Commerce, Beijing, Polythecnic, Beijing Institute of Fashion, School of Arts and Crafts.

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Hungry of Science

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Città della Scienza dedica il prossimo weekend al tema della corretta alimentazione!

Grazie alla scienza siamo tutti informati sull’importanza di una sana e corretta alimentazione alla base di una vita longeva ed in salute!

Il prossimo sabato 30 novembre e domenica 1 dicembre nel museo di Città della Scienza sarà possibile scoprire il progetto Nutripiatto di Nestlè per sottolineare l’importanza del giusto nutrimento fin da bambini per vivere in forma!

Città della Scienza dedicates the next weekend museum activities to the theme of proper nutrition!

Thanks to science we are all informed about the importance of a healthy and correct diet at the base of a long and healthy life!

Next Saturday, November 30th and Sunday, December 1st, in the Museum of Città della Scienza, it will be possible to discover Nestlè’s Nutripiatto project to underline the importance of proper nurturing since childhood to live healthly!

Nutripiatto will offer visitors many surprises, gadgets to take home and interesting insights with the experts of SIPP (Italian Society of Preventive and Social Pediatrics), scientific demonstrations and many activities to stimulate the curiosity of adults and children and understand how our body works .

As always it will be possible to take guided visits to the Interactive Museum on the Human Body and to the Mare, Paleomare, Insetti & Co, Bike exhibitions and from this weekend also be 4.0 Expo – the exhibition dedicated to industry 4.0 applications with many fascinating exhibits from research centers, industries and laboratories

We are waiting for you in our weekend full of science and fun!

 

TICKETS

SCIENCE CENTRE 

Adults 10 € - kids (3/17 yrs) and over 65 yrs  7 € 

PLANETARIUM
Adults and kids 

SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARIUM
Adults  13€ - kids (3/17 yrs) and over 65 yrs  10 €

#BIKE_IT exhibition

Ticket: 5€

Special Deal for bikers!
Ticket: 4 €

Free parking for bicycles!

INFO

Monday to Saturday from 9 am to 5 pm

Sundays and holidays  from 10 am to 6 pm

Closing: Monday

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

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An International week for Città della Scienza

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An international week opens for Città della Scienza, engaged from Argentina to China with the activities of internationalization, scientific dissemination and cooperation.
Tomorrow, on Tuesday, November 26th, the traveling exhibition “Italy, the Beauty of Knowledge” will be inaugurated by the Italian Embassy in Buenos Aires, at the Salon of Shields of the Kirchner Cultural Center.”
The exhibition is an opportunity to learn about the excellence of the “Italian Laboratory” and to convey the interactions between the Italian research system, the artistic tradition and the Italian lifestyle. The main themes of the international exhibition are: health, environment, space, food, nutrition and cultural heritage.
The 33rd edition of Futuro Remoto 2019 also continues with the Extra program. The extension of the event will see the presence of an exceptional international guest, the Nobel Prize winner Gerard Mourou, a French physicist who won the Nobel Prize for physics in 2018, and who will meet the public of Città della Scienza at the Planetarium. The event, entitled, The Genius Of Leonardo For A Brilliant Future is curated by Città della Scienza and the Institut Français Italia. Still in the field of Futuro Remoto Extra, Essere 4.0 Expo exhibition will be open until 12 January. An interactive walk through the ideas and applications of industry 4.0, which tells the key concepts through a collection of exhibits from research centers, industries, laboratories.
Finally, a Chinese stop for Città della Scienza with the 13th edition of the Sino Italian Exchange Event, a cooperation platform between the Campania Region and the Beijing Municipality. On 25 November, the president of Città della Scienza Prof. Riccardo Villari spoke at the event that inaugurated the China-Italy Week of Technology Science and Innovation 2019, scheduled in the cities of Beijing and Jinan until Friday  November 29th and that tomorrow, Tuesday  November 25th, on the occasion of the China Italy Innovation Forum, will be attended by Research Ministers Lorenzo Fioramonti and his Chinese counterpart Wang Zhigang.
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China Italy, 12 agreements signed in the name of innovation – Fioramonti: Science, the supporting element of cooperation

12 bilateral agreements signed and three Italian startups awarded
         More than 2000 Italian and Chinese delegates 
               300 organizations (universities, research centers, companies) represented
872 collaboration agreements between Chinese and Italian universities

The China Italy Innovation Forum was held today in Beijing on Tuesday 26 November with  Research Ministers Lorenzio Fioramonti and Wang Zhigang

Two thousand Italian and Chinese delegates and about three hundred organizations including universities, research centers and businesses took part in the China Italy Innovation Forum held today * Tuesday, November 26th in Beijing as part of the China Italy Science, Technology, and Innovation. The Italian Minister for University and Research, Lorenzo Fioramonti, and the Chinese Minister of Science and Technology, Wang Zhigang, inaugurated the event, this year on its tenth anniversary.

Promoted by the respective Governments, China Italy Week has so far involved more than 10.000 experts in cooperation projects and 5500 entrepreneurial realities, favoring about 5200 technology transfer actions and 620 scientific cooperation agreements. This is a best practice that over the years has brought Chinese delegations to Rome, Bergamo, Bologna, Cagliari, Florence, Milan and Naples, and the Italian delegations to Beijing, Chengdu, Chongqing, Foshan, Guiyang, Hangzhou, Jinan, Nanjing, Shanghai, Suzhou, Tianjin, Yancheng.

Seminars, round tables, b2b meetings and startup contests provided the backdrop for an intense cooperation activity focused on six strategic sectors: artificial intelligence and advanced manufacturing, smart cities and sustainable mobility, biomedicine, technologies for cultural heritage and, in collaboration with the Italian and Chinese Space Agency, aerospace. Coordinating all the planned activities, from thematic seminars to match-making actions, was Città della Scienza of Naples together with its Chinese partners.

During the work 12 bilateral agreements were signed and the three winning startups of the Best Startup Showcase Enterprenurship Competition were awarded, a program that led 100 innovative Italian SME startups to meet in the last 12 months the most qualified Chinese Venture Capitalists, as well as visit and learn about the most important innovation and industrial centers of the Dragon, such as Alibaba and Huawei, as well as rapidly expanding cities on the innovation front.

 

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Climate Change! It’s time to act!

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According to the upcoming COP25, the twenty-fifth United Nations World Climate Conference, to be held in Madrid from December 2nd to 13th, Città della Scienza will host a meeting entitled “Climate Change: it’s time to act” on Friday December 13th from 10 am to 1 pm in the Newton room: an interesting meeting to raise awareness among young people and students on a subject so current and of fundamental importance for the survival of all. A moment of confrontation and discussion in the presence of political authorities and industry experts, there will also be some “made in Italy” prototypes of hydrogen vehicles and technologies for reducing emissions as a demonstration of clean technologies and national potential, both research and industrial, designed and implemented in Puglia and Campania, including: • H2M the hydrogen demonstration vehicle • Hydro, the first hydrogen car built by the Adler group • Emission control system for internal combustion engines patented by I.A.M./Credendino V.zo service and TITANO Napoli EAV the Volturno National Autonomous Authority, to facilitate participation in the event, will provide shuttles from Piazza Bagnoli. Countering climate change is still possible but everyone has to do their part! Now is the time! Registration form for the meeting
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Futuro Remoto: over 15.000 people at Città della Scienza

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Over 15.000teachers, students, researchers and families took part in the 33rd edition of Futuro Remoto Essere 4.0, entirely dedicated to the theme of the technological transformation of society and industry of the future.

The event ended with the original show, the Fisica Sognante, an absolutely new way of presenting physics to the general public: through juggling. On stage, in fact, the professor – juggler-actor Federico Benuzzi has fascinated boys and adults highlighting the connections between physics and juggling, alternating spectacular technical performances and choreography with immediate and light scientific explanations.

Also this year Futuro Remoto the msot important science festival has been a great event for everybody: researchers, teachers, scientists and children, families and enthusiasts have populated Città della Scienza spaces creating a unique opportunity for direct comparison between research and great audience.

The 9 themes of the 2019 edition – Aerospace, Agrifood and Green Chemistry, Environments of Life, Energy and a Sea of ​​Resources, Intelligent Factory, Design and Creativity and Made in Italy, Cultural heritage, Life Sciences, Smart communities – have been addressed in the most diverse and engaging ways: conferences, workshops, debates, demonstrations and a great exhibition, Essere 4.0 Expo, to understand the transformations of the present and the prospects of an increasingly near future, which will see robots alongside human work.

The President of Città della Scienza Prof. Riccardo Villari said: “Futuro Remoto continues and is renewed, 33 years represent a long history, which presupposes deep roots. Città della Scienza grew around the visionary idea of ​​Vittorio Silvestrini of Futuro Remoto, which was the first science festival. Today, the objective and mission of Città della scienza is renewed, which is to spread knowledge, science and its progress, in a confrontation in which there is no passive subject and in which the visitor and the student directly confront the scientist and the expert in a path where everyone is a protagonist and this is very stimulating ”.

Futuro Remoto was created thanks to the contribution and support of the Campania Region and with the co-organization of the Universities of Campania and in partnership with national research centers with their territorial networks, including INAF, INFN, the CNR, with CEINGE and many other representatives of the world of science and innovation culture.

But Futuro Remoto 2019 does not end here: it continues with the Extra program appointments, an extension of the event, including the conference of the Nobel Prize Gerard Mourou, the French physicist who won the Nobel Prize for physics in 2018, which on November 30 at 6.00 pm will meet the public at the Città della Scienza Planetarium. The event curated by Città della Scienza and the Institut Français Italia, is part of the cycle of meetings promoted by Insitut entitled ” Mondo Macchina Mondo Mondo “, aimed at deepening the dialogue between France and Italy on the challenges of the future, between engineering, ethics and society. The Extra 4.0 Expo is also part of the exhibition, which will be open until 12 January. An interactive walk through the ideas and applications of industry 4.0, which tells the key concepts through a collection of exhibits from research centers, industries, laboratories. It is realized through a participatory planning process that involved, in 6 months of work, over 15 research institutes and 80 researchers and researchers, this suggestive narrative aims to stimulate reflections and trigger insights on how industry 4.0 can be made of technologies “around “To humans, and not as a substitute for human beings. The installation is divided into 5 paths, real paths, assuming as a metaphor – even exhibition – that of the “walk in the woods” to talk about: Collaboration, Integration, Efficiency, Body and Memory.

FUTURO REMOTO 2019: ESSERE 4.0 | 24 novembre

Visualizza streaming su flickr

Fisica Sognante di Federico Benuzzi

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The exhibition “Italy: the Beauty of Knowledge” opening in Buenos Aires

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Exhibition period: 27 November – 15 December 2019
Opening time: from Wednesday to Sunday and holidays from 13 to 20
Location: Kirchner Cultural Center (CCK), Buenos Aires, Argentina

Information
Website: http://www.italy-thebeautyofknowledge.it/
Facebook page: @ItalyBeautyofKnowledge

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The 33rd edition of Futuro Remoto was inaugurated

Over 800 students have filled Newton hall of Città della Scienza for the opening of the 33rd edition of Futuro Remoto Essere 4.0. To event has been full of lights and iridescent colors coming from hundreds of bracelets, realized by the start up Fall in LEDs, worn by the boys and synchronized with drum percussion, gave life to a sequence of colors and music that announced the 9 themes of the event: Aerospace, Agrifood and Green Chemistry, Environments of Life, Energy and a Sea of ​​Resources, Intelligent Factory, Design and Creativity and Made in Italy, Cultural Heritage, Life Sciences, Smart Communities. Bit, the timeless mascot of Città della Scienza, has opend works welcoming the public by launching the performance of Fall in LED. For the institutional greetings, the President of Città della Scienza Prof. Riccardo Villari and the Councilor for Productive Activities and Scientific Research of the Campania Region, Antonio Marchiello, took the stage, followed by the inaugural conference on the fight against climate change entitled “Biorifugi: saving the treasure of biodiversity “, edited by Francesco Petretti, biologist, ornithologist, university lecturer, author of Geo and numerous naturalistic documentaries, accompanied by the captivating music of Capone & BungtBangt, pioneers of world eco music, who with their original instruments, from the electric broom to the scatolophone they have given life to a compelling junk music concert. Tomorrow, November 22nd, the second day of Futuro Remoto will open at 9.00 am with the conference Wicked in real life, uninhibited in the digital life, by the Cybersecurity Observatory of Eurispes (Institute of Political, Economic and Social Studies) which will see the interventions of the Prof. Roberto De Vita, Valentina Guerrisi and Antonio Laudisa and Marco Della Bruna, an opportunity to reflect on the technological transformation of societies, of which it is necessary to identify both the opportunities and the dangers. In the afternoon the big event will be held at 6.00 pm with the show conference produced by the National Institute of Nuclear Physics, Universe in a Box, a fascinating and unmissable journey through images, words and sound to discover Universe and its mysteries, wonders and possibilities. A theater, a stage, enigmatic boxes piled up here and there, a screen on which words, numbers, animations, films, a band, three ukuleli, a young actress and Antonio Zoccoli, master of particle physics and president of Infn, are the ingredients for a fascinating narrative that moves challenging the boundaries of our knowledge, pushing us into the courageous reflection on the existence of other universes, of parallel lives, of alien life forms.

FUTURO REMOTO 2019: ESSERE 4.0 | 21 novembre

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Acquascaping at Città della Scienza – 8 December 2019

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On Sunday December 8th Città della Scienza will host an exclusive event realized in collaboration with Marco Siciliano of WILD and NATURE and to Dario Schelfi, naturalist and aquarist, who will project  Città della Scienza visitors in the world of aquascaping a fascinating and spectacular art.
The term Aquascaping derives from the English term “landscape” and indicates the realization in the aquarium of a submerged landscape, in which the elements that are part of it are assembled by man not only to create an evocative environment of great aesthetic impact , but above all to create a functional ecosystem that recalls the biotypes that really exist in nature. To do this, that is to say to make an aquascape beautiful and functioning from an ecological point of view, we must first choose the living and non-living elements that can be well integrated and then assembled in a functional way so that they respect the natural cycles of oxygen, nitrogen and carbon dioxide.
Aquascaper” is an artist but must also bear in mind scientific notions such as the necessary ecological parameters to make the submerged landscape work at its best. We can well say that Aquascaping requires an artistic and scientific approach at the same time, with the aim of creating a pleasant, natural and harmonious landscape in the aquarium, using natural materials such as plants, woods, roots, rocks and substrates.
Aquascaping may seem to be a very complex branch of aquarium keeping, actually under the expert guidance of internationally renowned aquascapers, such as Dario Schelfi, who will actively participate in the event on Sunday 8 at Città della Scienza, it is possible to start (or perfect, for those who have already begun) to understand this fascinating art.
The program of the day foresees, starting from 10 am, the creation of a large Aquascape, which will be donated by WILD to Città della Scienza and which will enrich the Science Center’s exhibition offer, followed by a practical demonstration of setting up a small aquascape , aimed at interested parties, where experts will be available to enthusiasts to answer questions, make suggestions and share their valuable experiences!

Biographical notes:
Dario Schelfi:
Creator of  Aquagarden, one of the most important portals dedicated to the aquarium of plants, a reference point for thousands of pepole. Over the years he has worked with some of the most important companies in the sector, receiving important awards. In 2015 he realizes the publishing project “Rosso d’Autore” with which he shines from the aquariums of plants.
He has many participations as a judge in competitions dedicated to aquascaping and collaborations in exhibitions and expo.

Marco Siciliano:
One of the historical figures of Italian aquarism. Naturalist, a lover of oriental philosophy, a lover of the aquarium of plants, an admirer and a deep connoisseur of the ADA style, a great fan of discus. Creator of WILD and NATURE, a study space dedicated to aquarists.

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SIGHT: MIND THE SCIENCE | 23 and 24 November at Museum|

Città della Scienza dedicates the weekend of November 23rd and 24th to the theme of sight!

The view is the master sense among all. Our eyes are almost perfect “machines” that allow us to focus on about fifty objects simultaneously in one second, absorb about 65% of our brain’s energy and allow us to see more than 24.000 different images over the course of life!
During this week end the program, in addition to the usual guided visits to Corporea, Mare, Paleomare, #BikeIt, Casa degli Insetti and the Planetario 3D shows, offers several workshops and activities to learn more about this important sense and discover how illusions optics deceive human visual apparatus, to understand the morphology and the functioning of the eye, not only of our species, to have fun by building prototypes such as in the “3D Holograms for Smartphones and tablets” laboratory visitors can build a projector in able to transform a common two-dimensional image into a 3D figure in the palm of one’s hand; in the scientific observation “See the invisible!” Thanks to the use of the microscope it will be possible to observe the slides with samples of plant and animal cells through lenses and optical instruments and to see deeply the world around us;
the big new event of the weekend is the Live 2D Planetarium Show by UAN “The Hours of the Sun” A journey of thousands of kilometers to see with your own eyes the sky at different latitudes and discover the movement of the Sun between the stars and respect on the horizon, in line with what Voltaire claime “The Sun is the great clock of the World!”.

As always, two days of science and fun for adults and kids.

Look at the program!

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SABATO 23 NOVEMBRE

Il Planetario
NOVITA’ Live 2D Show Planetario WINX “Alla scoperta dell’Universo con le Winx” 
Guidati dalla magica voce di Stella, la fata del Sole Splendente, viaggeremo tra stelle e buchi neri in una fantastica avventura tra magia e scienza sotto il meraviglioso cielo stellato della cupola del planetario più grande e tecnologicamente avanzato d’Italia.
Alle ore 10.00, 12.15
Durata 45’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Consigliato dai 4 ai 9 anni

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 11.30,14.15
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dagli 11 anni in su

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, 10.45, 13.00, 15.00
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dai 6 anni in su

Live Show Planetario 2D “Vita e Morte di una Stella” 
A volo libero tra le costellazioni più famose, ripercorreremo tutte le tappe della vita di una stella, dalla nascita fino alla morte.
Alle ore 15.45
Durata 45’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dagli 11 anni in su

Le Aree espositive
NOVITA’ – Visite guidate alla Mostra BIKE_IT
Unica tappa italiana della mostra internazionale interamente dedicata al mondo della bicicletta. L’ebbrezza di trovarsi in equilibrio su due ruote, per un viaggio alla scoperta di un mezzo di trasporto tanto antico quanto estremamente attuale. Uno strumento che riesce a conciliare ambiente e società.
Perché la vita è più sana e bella, se in sella ad una bicicletta!
Alle ore 9.45, 10.45, 11.45, 13.45, 14.45,15.45
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra BIKE_IT

NOVITA’ – Focus Mostra BIKE_IT – Pedalando in Strada! 
Da solo o in compagnia, con pedali o senza, viaggia a due o più ruote lungo il percorso, unendo il divertimento alle regole della strada.
Provaci e vedrai che ci riuscirai!
Dalle ore 9 alle ore 17
Per tutti
N.B. L’attività verrà sospesa in caso di cattivo tempo

Visite guidate alla Mostra Paleomare di MAG 
Una passeggiata nel tempo, un’ immersione nel mare in cui non abbiamo mai nuotato.
Un raccordo evolutivo tra il mare attuale e il mare del Paleozoico, un’ esaltazione della materia, della forma e del colore del passato messi in relazione con il presente;
una celebrazione dell’eccezionalità della fossilizzazione come fotografia del tempo, come traccia indissolubile dell’evoluzione.
Alle ore 12.15, 13.15, 14.15, 15.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visite guidate alla Mostra Corporea – Museo interattivo del Corpo Umano 
5000mq, tre piani e oltre 100 exhibit interattivi per raccontare in maniera divertente tutti i segreti del corpo umano!
Alle ore 9.15,10.15,11.15, 12.15, 14.15, 15.15, 16.15
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Corporea

Vista da sbronza
Sperimenta come l’alcool disturba la nostra visione attraverso l’utilizzo di occhiali prismatici. Se bevi, non guidare!
Approfondimento durante la visita guidata alla Mostra Corporea.

Visione del mondo sotto l’effetto LSD
Visione offuscata, incapacità di adattarsi alla luce ridotta, diminuzione della concentrazione, andatura instabile: prova il nostro il super-exhibit “Visione nel tunnel”.
Approfondimento durante la visita guidata alla Mostra Corporea.

Visite guidate alla Mostra Insetti&CO 
Non perdere la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, lo spazio espositivo per i più piccoli dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo…
Alle ore 9.45, 10.45, 11.45, 14.15, 15.15, 16.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visite guidate 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 unica!
Alle ore 9.15, 10.15, 11.15, 13.15, 15.30, 16.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Le Attività
L’impronta del DNA
Le fondamenta della genetica forense ed i metodi molecolari sull’analisi del genoma per ottenere “l’impronta del DNA”
Open Lab- piano terra Corporea
Dalle ore 10 alle ore 13
Adatto per bambini dai 10 anni in su
A cura di: Gli alunni del Liceo Statale Ischia

Vedere l’invisibile! 
Occhio al microscopio: osservazione di vetrini con campioni di cellule vegetali e animali attraverso lenti e strumenti ottici. Il mondo che ci circonda così non l’hai mai osservato!
Alle ore 10.00, 13.00, 15.30
Durata 30’
Lab 1 di piano terra Corporea
Per tutti

Il mondo visto con gli occhi degli animali 
Alcuni vedono in bianco e nero, altri a infrarossi, altri ancora percepiscono con gli occhi il campo magnetico. Ti piacerebbe osservare il mondo attraverso gli occhi degli animali? Con le nuove tecnologie si può!
Alle ore 11.00, 14.00, 16.00
Durata 30’
Lab 1 di piano terra Corporea
Per tutti

Animali in Mostra!
Parti alla scoperta di alcuni animali nascosti nelle nostre Mostre! Riuscirai ad osservarli per primo? Scoprine caratteristiche, biologia, comportamenti e poi… colorali con fantasia!
Alle ore 9.45, 10.30, 12.30, 14.30
Durata 30’
Prenotazioni all’ingresso Mostra Corporea e partenza dall’Ingresso Mostra Mare (massimo 25 bambini per turno)
Per bambini dai 6 ai 12 anni

DOMENICA 24 NOVEMBRE 

Il Planetario
NOVITA’ Live 2D Show Planetario UAN “Le ore del Sole” 
Il Sole è il primo e l’unico orologio naturale con il quale l’uomo è riuscito a valutare e misurare il trascorrere del tempo, definendo così “il giorno” e “l’anno”. Grazie ad un semplice bastone infisso perpendicolarmente nel terreno, con la sua ombra prodotta dal Sole, gli antichi poterono non solo dividere il giorno nelle sue frazioni, chiamate poi “ore” ma anche scoprire che la posizione del Sole in cielo, col passare dei giorni, cambia e che questo cambiamento si ripete ogni 365 giorni. Ciò è vero ovunque sulla Terra? Un eschimese che abita in Groenlandia o un abitante del Sud del Sahara in Africano, che vedono lo stesso Sole, ne vedono anche gli stessi movimenti in cielo di giorno e durante l’anno? Grazie al planetario di Città della Scienza, sarà possibile, con lo spettacolo live “Le ore del Sole” a cura dell’Unione Astrofili Napoletani viaggiare per migliaia di kilometri in pochi istanti stando comodamente seduti sulle poltrone e vedere così con i propri occhi il cielo alle diverse latitudini e scoprire il movimento del Sole tra le stelle e rispetto all’orizzonte, per dire così con Voltaire che “Il Sole è il grande orologio del Mondo!”.
Alle ore 11.00, 13.15
Durata 45’
Ingresso Gratuito (massimo 113 persone) previa registrazione sulla piattaforma EventBrite
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Per tutti
A cura di: Unione Astrofili Napoletani – UAN in collaborazione con Fondazione IDIS-Città della Scienza

NOVITA’ Live 2D Show Planetario WINX “Alla scoperta dell’Universo con le Winx” 
Guidati dalla magica voce di Stella, la fata del Sole Splendente, viaggeremo tra stelle e buchi neri in una fantastica avventura tra magia e scienza sotto il meraviglioso cielo stellato della cupola del planetario più grande e tecnologicamente avanzato d’Italia.
Alle ore 12.30, 16.45
Durata 45’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Consigliato dai 4 ai 9 anni

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 15.15
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dagli 11 anni in su

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, 11.45, 14.00, 16.00
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dai 6 anni in su

Le Aree Espositive
NOVITA’ – Visite guidate alla Mostra BIKE_IT 
Unica tappa italiana della mostra internazionale interamente dedicata al mondo della bicicletta. L’ebbrezza di trovarsi in equilibrio su due ruote, per un viaggio alla scoperta di un mezzo di trasporto tanto antico quanto estremamente attuale. Uno strumento che riesce a conciliare ambiente e società.
Perché la vita è più sana e bella, se in sella ad una bicicletta!
Alle ore 10.45, 12.45, 13.45, 14.45,15.45, 16.45
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra BIKE_IT

NOVITA’ – Focus Mostra BIKE_IT – Pedalando in Strada! 
Da solo o in compagnia, con pedali o senza, viaggia a due o più ruote lungo il percorso, unendo il divertimento alle regole della strada.
Provaci e vedrai che ci riuscirai!
Dalle ore 10 alle ore 18
Per tutti
N.B. L’attività non verrà svolta in caso di cattivo tempo

Visite guidate alla Mostra Paleomare di MAG 
Una passeggiata nel tempo, un’ immersione nel mare in cui non abbiamo mai nuotato.
Un raccordo evolutivo tra il mare attuale e il mare del Paleozoico, un’ esaltazione della materia, della forma e del colore del passato messi in relazione con il presente;
una celebrazione dell’eccezionalità della fossilizzazione come fotografia del tempo, come traccia indissolubile dell’evoluzione.
Alle ore 12.15, 13.15, 14.15, 15.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visite guidate alla Mostra Corporea – Museo interattivo del Corpo Umano
5000mq, tre piani e oltre 100 exhibit interattivi per raccontare in maniera divertente tutti i segreti del corpo umano!
Alle ore 10.15, 11.15, 12.15, 13.15, 14.15, 16.15, 17.15
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Corporea

Vista da sbronza
Sperimenta come l’alcool disturba la nostra visione attraverso l’utilizzo di occhiali prismatici. Se bevi, non guidare!
Approfondimento durante la visita guidata alla Mostra Corporea.

Visione del mondo sotto l’effetto LSD
Visione offuscata, incapacità di adattarsi alla luce ridotta, diminuzione della concentrazione, andatura instabile: prova il nostro il super-exhibit “Visione nel tunnel”.
Approfondimento durante la visita guidata alla Mostra Corporea.

Visite guidate alla Mostra Insetti&CO
Non perdere la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, lo spazio espositivo per i più piccoli dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo…
Alle ore 10.45, 12.45, 13.45, 15.00, 16.00, 17.00
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visite guidate 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 unica!
Alle ore 10.30, 11.15, 12.45, 14.15, 17.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Gli Ospiti Speciali
KromLabòro FabLab dona la Balance Bike “Alberto Marzaioli” a Città della Scienza!
KromLabòro Caserta FabLab si impegna a donare la Versione 1 della Balance Bike “Alberto Marzaioli” ideata, progettata e fabbricata da Michele Turco, KromLabòro Caserta FabLab. Una bici in legno per bambini dai 2 ai 6 anni, che consente loro di sviluppare equilibrio e abilità motorie. Obiettivo del progetto: trasmettere ai bambini la passione per lo sport e il ciclismo, nel nome del grande campione Alberto Marzaioli i cui risultati sportivi sono ancora vivi nei nostri ricordi. Il progetto non ha scopi commerciali ed è stato sviluppato per scopi scientifici / educativi durante il ciclo 2019 FabAcademy. Il progetto può essere scaricato gratuitamente e replicato in qualsiasi altra parte del mondo (Archivio Fabcloud – Licenza CC-BY-NC-SA). Ringraziamo l’Arch. Amleto Picerno Ceraso ed il team del Mediterranean FabLab e CAD (Centro per l’Artigianato Digitale) per il loro supporto. La Versione V2 di questa fantastica bici, verrà esposta in anteprima alla Maker Faire Roma Eu Edition 2019.
Lab 1 di piano terra Corporea
Dalle ore 10 alle ore 14
Per tutti
A cura di: Michele Turco e Andrea Turco – KromLabòro Caserta FabLab

L’impronta del DNA
Le fondamenta della genetica forense ed i metodi molecolari sull’analisi del genoma per ottenere “l’impronta del DNA”
Open Lab- piano terra Corporea
Dalle ore 10 alle ore 13
Adatto per bambini dai 10 anni in su
A cura di: Gli alunni del Liceo Statale Ischia

Il mondo visto con gli occhi degli animali 
Alcuni vedono in bianco e nero, altri a infrarossi, altri ancora percepiscono con gli occhi il campo magnetico. Ti piacerebbe osservare il mondo attraverso gli occhi degli animali? Con le nuove tecnologie si può!
Alle ore 14.30, 16.30, 17.30
Durata 30’
Insettilab –Mostra Insetti&Co
Per tutti

Ologrammi 3D per Smartphone e tablet 
Costruisci un proiettore in grado di trasformare una comune immagine bidimensionale in una figura 3D nel palmo della tua mano!
Alle ore 11.00, 13.00
Durata 45’
Insettilab –Mostra Insetti&Co
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso di Corporea fino a esaurimento posti
Per bambini dagli 8 in su (Max 10 bambini)

Le Favolette di Esopo 
Ascolta le più belle favole di Esopo con protagonisti tanti animali, alcuni buoni, ingenui, altri furbi e scaltri… Disegna poi i protagonisti della fiaba con la pittura a dita GIOTTO!
Alle ore 12.00, 15.00, 17.00
Durata 45’
Acquario Virtuale – Mostra Il Mare
Prenotazioni all’ingresso Mostra Corporea, partenza dall’ingresso della Mostra Mare
Per bambini 3-5 anni (massimo 20 bambini alla volta)

BIGLIETTERIA

SCIENCE CENTRE
Nel weekend di Futuro Remoto il prezzo di ingresso al Science Centre sarà unico per adulti e bambini € 7,00

PLANETARIO
Ingresso unico adulti e bambini € 5,00

BIGLIETTO INTEGRATO SCIENCE CENTRE-PLANETARIO
Adulti, bambini e ragazzi (3-17 anni) e over 65 € 10,00 (Prezzo speciale Futuro Remoto 2019)

ACQUISTA IL BIGLIETTO ONLINE E SALTA LA FILA!

BIGLIETTERIA MOSTRA #BIKEIT
Biglietto: 5€

Sconto sul biglietto per chi arriva in bicicletta!
Sconto: 4 €

Parcheggio gratuito per le biciclette!

INFO SU ORARI ED EVENTI
dal martedì al sabato: ore 9.00 – 17.00
domenica e festivi: ore 10.00 – 18.00
lunedì: chiuso

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

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Adventurs among pages: reading at Museum! | 16 and 17 November 2019

Città della Scienza joins the national event “Let’s read at the Museum – Adventure between the pages” – a great event to promote reading to be held from November 15 to 17, 2019 in many museums and cultural spaces of Italy. The main aim will be to bring families closer to the world of culture, both by bringing them to discover Italian museums and by teaching them the importance of reading together with children.
The event is promoted by the Kid Pass Culture association and the Kid Pass portal together with numerous partners.
In the weekend program, in addition to guided tours of Corporea, Mare, Paleomare, #BikeIt, bugs’ house and the 3D Planetarium shows, it will be possible to participate in workshops and activities to explore the theme of creative reading, including: the experiential laboratory “Visual Poetry _ Search for words to dream … and to create!” Realized with the Caviardage Method ®, a creative poetic writing method that starting from written texts (waste books, newspapers, magazines) leads to writing poems, in the which express your emotions; the “Origami Workshop” to discover this ancient art of sheet folding and “Aesop’s Tales”
The story of the most beautiful Aesop’s tales with many animals as protagonists, some good, naive, others crafty and shrewd, and then designed with GIOTTO finger painting!

Reading opens minds and at the Museum, in the company of other curious children, it becomes an unforgettable experience!
We are waiting for you in our weekend full of science and fun!

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SABATO 16 NOVEMBRE

Il Planetario
NOVITA’ Live 2D Show Planetario WINX “Alla scoperta dell’Universo con le Winx” 
Guidati dalla magica voce di Stella, la fata del Sole Splendente, viaggeremo tra stelle e buchi neri in una fantastica avventura tra magia e scienza sotto il meraviglioso cielo stellato della cupola del planetario più grande e tecnologicamente avanzato d’Italia.
Alle ore 10.00, 12.15
Durata 45’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Consigliato dai 4 ai 9 anni

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 11.30,14.15
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dagli 11 anni in su

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, 10.45, 13.00, 15.00
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dai 6 anni in su

Live Show Planetario 2D “Vita e Morte di una Stella” 
A volo libero tra le costellazioni più famose, ripercorreremo tutte le tappe della vita di una stella, dalla nascita fino alla morte.
Alle ore 15.45
Durata 45’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dagli 11 anni in su

Le Aree espositive
NOVITA’ – Visite guidate alla Mostra BIKE_IT 
Unica tappa italiana della mostra internazionale interamente dedicata al mondo della bicicletta. L’ebbrezza di trovarsi in equilibrio su due ruote, per un viaggio alla scoperta di un mezzo di trasporto tanto antico quanto estremamente attuale. Uno strumento che riesce a conciliare ambiente e società.
Perché la vita è più sana e bella, se in sella ad una bicicletta!
Alle ore 9.45, 10.45, 11.45, 13.45, 14.45,15.45
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra BIKE_IT

NOVITA’ – Focus Mostra BIKE_IT – Pedalando in Strada!
Da solo o in compagnia, con pedali o senza, viaggia a due o più ruote lungo il percorso, unendo il divertimento alle regole della strada.
Provaci e vedrai che ci riuscirai!
Dalle ore 9 alle ore 17
Per tutti
N.B. L’attività verrà sospesa in caso di cattivo tempo

Visite guidate alla Mostra Paleomare di MAG 
Una passeggiata nel tempo, un’ immersione nel mare in cui non abbiamo mai nuotato.
Un raccordo evolutivo tra il mare attuale e il mare del Paleozoico, un’ esaltazione della materia, della forma e del colore del passato messi in relazione con il presente;
una celebrazione dell’eccezionalità della fossilizzazione come fotografia del tempo, come traccia indissolubile dell’evoluzione.
Alle ore 12.15, 13.15, 14.15, 15.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visite guidate alla Mostra Corporea – Museo interattivo del Corpo Umano
5000mq, tre piani e oltre 100 exhibit interattivi per raccontare in maniera divertente tutti i segreti del corpo umano!
Alle ore 9.15,10.15,11.15, 12.15, 14.15, 15.15, 16.15
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Corporea

Una storia al giorno, toglie il medico di torno!
Tutti sentiamo parlare dei benefici della lettura su adulti e bambini. E’ il momento di provare a capire insieme quali sono i sei motivi scientifici per cui leggere fa bene!
Approfondimento durante la visita guidata alla Mostra Corporea

Visite guidate alla Mostra Insetti&CO 
Non perdere la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, lo spazio espositivo per i più piccoli dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo…
Alle ore 9.45, 10.45, 12.45, 14.15, 15.15, 16.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visite guidate 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 unica!
Alle ore 9.15, 10.15, 11.15, 13.15, 15.30
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Un mare di inchiostro
Leggere è strettamente collegato a scrivere… Per molti secoli, l’unico inchiostro conosciuto proveniva da un essere marino con tentacoli lunghi: la seppia. Prima che noi lo utilizzassimo per scrivere, alla seppia a cosa serviva l’inchiostro?
Approfondimento durante la visita guidata alla mostra il Mare

Le Attività
Laboratorio di Origami
Viaggio alla scoperta di questa antica arte di piegatura dei fogli. Crea, modella e realizza splendidi fiori e animali solo con la CARTA!
Alle ore 10.00, 13.00
Durata 30’
Insettilab – Mostra Insetti&Co
Prenotazioni all’ingresso Mostra Corporea, partenza dall’ingresso della Mostra Mare
Per bambini 7-9 anni (massimo 10 bambini alla volta)

Le Favolette di Esopo
Ascolta le più belle favole di Esopo con protagonisti tanti animali, alcuni buoni, ingenui, altri furbi e scaltri… Disegna poi i protagonisti della fiaba con la pittura a dita GIOTTO!
Alle ore 11.00, 14.00, 16.00
Durata 45’
Insettilab – Mostra Insetti&Co
Prenotazioni all’ingresso Mostra Corporea, partenza dall’ingresso della Mostra Mare
Per bambini 5-6 anni (massimo 20 bambini alla volta)

Inventa i tuoi animali marini 
Inventa coloratissimi pesci e poi, come per magia, potrai farli comparire e nuotare in un grande acquario virtuale.
Alle ore 9.45, 10.30, 12.30, 16.30
Durata 30’
Prenotazioni all’ingresso Mostra Corporea e partenza dall’Ingresso Mostra Mare (massimo 25 bambini per turno)
Per bambini dai 6 ai 12 anni

DOMENICA 17 NOVEMBRE 

Il Planetario
NOVITA’ Live 2D Show Planetario WINX “Alla scoperta dell’Universo con le Winx”
Guidati dalla magica voce di Stella, la fata del Sole Splendente, viaggeremo tra stelle e buchi neri in una fantastica avventura tra magia e scienza sotto il meraviglioso cielo stellato della cupola del planetario più grande e tecnologicamente avanzato d’Italia.
Alle ore 11.00, 13.15
Durata 45’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Consigliato dai 4 ai 9 anni

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, 15.15
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dagli 11 anni in su

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, 11.45, 14.00, 16.00
Durata 30’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dai 6 anni in su

Live Show Planetario 2D “Vita e Morte di una Stella” 
A volo libero tra le costellazioni più famose, ripercorreremo tutte le tappe della vita di una stella, dalla nascita fino alla morte.
Alle ore 16.45
Durata 45’
Per l’acquisto dei titoli, rivolgersi in biglietteria
Partenza dall’ingresso del Planetario
Dagli 11 anni in su

Le Aree Espositive
NOVITA’ – Visite guidate alla Mostra BIKE_IT 
Unica tappa italiana della mostra internazionale interamente dedicata al mondo della bicicletta. L’ebbrezza di trovarsi in equilibrio su due ruote, per un viaggio alla scoperta di un mezzo di trasporto tanto antico quanto estremamente attuale. Uno strumento che riesce a conciliare ambiente e società.
Perché la vita è più sana e bella, se in sella ad una bicicletta!
Alle ore 10.45, 12.45, 13.45, 14.45,15.45, 16.45
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra BIKE_IT

NOVITA’ – Focus Mostra BIKE_IT – Pedalando in Strada! 
Da solo o in compagnia, con pedali o senza, viaggia a due o più ruote lungo il percorso, unendo il divertimento alle regole della strada.
Provaci e vedrai che ci riuscirai!
Dalle ore 10 alle ore 18
Per tutti
N.B. L’attività non verrà svolta in caso di cattivo tempo

Visite guidate alla Mostra Paleomare di MAG 
Una passeggiata nel tempo, un’ immersione nel mare in cui non abbiamo mai nuotato.
Un raccordo evolutivo tra il mare attuale e il mare del Paleozoico, un’ esaltazione della materia, della forma e del colore del passato messi in relazione con il presente;
una celebrazione dell’eccezionalità della fossilizzazione come fotografia del tempo, come traccia indissolubile dell’evoluzione.
Alle ore 12.15, 13.15, 14.15, 15.15
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visite guidate alla Mostra Corporea – Museo interattivo del Corpo Umano
5000mq, tre piani e oltre 100 exhibit interattivi per raccontare in maniera divertente tutti i segreti del corpo umano!
Alle ore 10.15, 11.15, 13.15, 14.15, 16.15, 17.15
Durata 45’
Per tutti
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Corporea

Una storia al giorno, toglie il medico di torno! 
Tutti sentiamo parlare dei benefici della lettura su adulti e bambini. E’ il momento di provare a capire insieme quali sono i sei motivi scientifici per cui leggere fa bene!
Approfondimento durante la visita guidata alla Mostra Corporea

Visite guidate alla Mostra Insetti&CO 
Non perdere la visita guidata a “Insetti&CO”, lo spazio espositivo per i più piccoli dedicato allo spettacolare mondo degli insetti e non solo…
Alle ore 10.45, 12.45, 13.45, 15.00, 16.00
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Visite guidate 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 unica!
Alle ore 10.30, 11.15, 12.45, 14.15, 17.00
Durata 45’
Partenza dall’ingresso Mostra Mare
Per tutti

Un mare di inchiostro 
Leggere è strettamente collegato a scrivere… Per molti secoli, l’unico inchiostro conosciuto proveniva da un essere marino con tentacoli lunghi: la seppia. Prima che noi lo utilizzassimo per scrivere, alla seppia a cosa serviva l’inchiostro?
Approfondimento durante la visita guidata alla mostra il Mare

Gli Ospiti Speciali
Letture con Nati per Leggere
#leggimiperchèmifabene
Nati per Leggere è il programma nazionale di promozione della lettura in età precoce (0/6 anni), di protezione dallo svantaggio socio culturale e dalla povertà educativa. Il cuore del Programma è la lettura in famiglia intesa come momento che crea relazione e intimità tra adulto e bambino producendo benefici psicofisici che dureranno tutta la vita.
Dalle ore 10 alle ore 13
Consigliato per famiglie con bambini 0-6 anni e massimo 15-16 famiglie per volta
IV piano Museo Corporea
A cura di: Nati per Leggere Campania

Poesie Visive _ Cerca le parole per sognare … e per creare!
Laboratorio esperienziale con il Metodo Caviardage ® di Tina Festa. Il Metodo Caviardage di Tina Festa è un metodo di scrittura creativa poetica che a partire da testi già scritti (libri da macero, giornali, riviste) ti conduce a scrivere poesie, nelle quali esprimere le tue emozioni: la tecnica base, contaminata da svariate tecniche artistiche (pittura, disegno, collage) dà vita a –poesie visive- piccoli capolavori artistici, in cui si esprime tutta la creatività.
Alle ore 11.30
Durata 60’
Piano terra Museo Corporea
Prenotazioni e partenza all’ingresso Mostra Corporea
Per bambini 8-11 anni (massimo 15 bambini)
A cura di: Dr.ssa Annamaria Dente, Arteterapeuta e Formatrice Leader in Metodo Caviardage di Tina Festa

Inventa i tuoi animali marini 
Inventa coloratissimi pesci e poi, come per magia, potrai farli comparire e nuotare in un grande acquario virtuale.
Alle ore 14.30, 16.30, 17.30
Durata 30’
Prenotazioni all’ingresso Mostra Corporea e partenza dall’Ingresso Mostra Mare (massimo 25 bambini per turno)
Per bambini dai 6 ai 12 anni

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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BIGLIETTERIA MOSTRA #BIKEIT
Biglietto: 5€

Sconto sul biglietto per chi arriva in bicicletta!
Sconto: 4 €

Parcheggio gratuito per le biciclette!

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Up with Science | 9 and 10 November at Museum!

Città della Scienza adheres to the celebration of World Science Day for Peace and Development which coincides with the World Day of Science Centers and Science Museums: an occasion of great celebration and participation aimed at spreading the strong message of cooperation at international level of which science can and must be flywheel and vehicle!

On November 10th the “ISCSMD” – International Science Center and Science Museum Day – is celebrated internationally and Città della Scienza, the main interactive scientific museum center in Italy, offers to its public a rich program for this special event, in quality of protagonist being an active member of various international museum networks including ECSITE.

The ISCSMD is a world-wide celebration day born with the aim of demonstrating the importance and the cultural repercussions of the Science Centers and Science Museums on the population. The main purpose is to underline the role that these institutions play for the millions of visitors that populate the exhibition areas every day, in stimulating and nourishing their knowledge and awareness of sustainable development necessary as the only solution to face problems such as: climate change , diseases, hunger and exploitation of natural resources.

Since its first edition in 2016