OGS participates in Trieste Next, a three-day festival on scientific research
Trieste Next, the festival of scientific research that will take place from 22 to 24 September at Piazza dell'unità. The OGS, one of the promoters of the event, is participating with a series of free activites.
The world is our laboratory is the theme of the institution's exhibition space shared with Area Marina Protetta di Miramare, a journey between sea and land to discover how to take care of our planet, meet researchers and learn about the tools used to study the world around us through workshops, demonstrations, games, talks with artists and scientists (the daily of the stand is attached on this page).
OGS is also involved in a number of the festival's major conferences. In particular, on Friday 23 from 10:00 to 10:45 in the Talk Area, there will be a conference aimed at primary and secondary school students: "The Natural Gas Hydrates. An opportunity for the energy transition", organised by the OGS in collaboration with the University of Camerino and the University of Perugia. Beatrice Castellani, mechanical engineer and professor at the University of Perugia; Rita Giovannetti, chemist at the University of Camerino and Michela Giustiniani, geologist and researcher at OGS, will be among the speakers, moderated by Umberta Tinivella, physicist at OGS.
On Saturday the 24th from 10:00 to 11:15 am, the Revoltella Museum will host the lecture "Environmental crisis: yes to shared and reliable science, no to wasted resources and fake news!" with the participation of Mauro Bastianini from the CNR Institute of Marine Sciences; Elena Giglia, Head of the Open Access Office at the University of Turin; Giordano Giorgi, Data Management and Processing Expert from the National Institute for Environmental Protection and Research (ISPRA); Alessandra Giorgetti, Head of the National Oceanographic Data Centre (NODC / IOC).
Finally, on Saturday the 24th from 16:30 to 17:45 at the Urban Centre, there will be a lecture entitled "The restorers of the sea: the new frontiers of marine restoration", organised by the WWF Area Marina Protetta di Miramare in collaboration with the OGS and the University of Trieste. OGS DG Paola Del Negro will chair the event, which will also be attended by Saul Ciriaco, responsible for monitoring activities in the sea AMP Miramare, Chiara Manfrin, zoologist at the University of Trieste, Monica Montefalcone, professor of ecology at the University of Genoa, Martina Orlando Bonaca, researcher at the NIB Biology Station.