European Researchers' Night is part of Marie Sklodowska-Curie series of events, which aims to show the public what being a researcher means and how interesting the research work can be.

The first European Researchers' Night edition was organized in 2005 and has attracted so far over 1.5 million visitors. The event offers scientists the chance to connect with the audience and the visitors a chance to discover the world of science and the people behind the experiments.

The project is addressed to curious minds and young people who want to start a career in research, offering a wide variety of scientific and educational activities.


Our top priority has always been and will continue to be the wellbeing of the participants, crew, partners and everyone involved and committed to European Researchers' Night. Depending on how the Covid-19 crisis will evolve, the event will be implemented according with the legal requirements imposed by the authorities, by respecting all the safety measures necessary. In this scenario, online interaction will grow and be encouraged more than ever. Therefore, the audience will find on the website and social media pages details and updates regarding the event.  


This European Researchers' Night project is funded by the European Commission under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions. GA 955381