The nineteenth edition of the Genoa Science Festival was held from 21 October to 1 November and had the theme “Maps”. The program featured 212
Genova Science Festival
Genova Science Festival is a reference point for science communication. It is a meeting opportunity for researchers, enthusiasts, pupils, and families. It is also one of the largest events of scientific culture at an international level.
Since 2003, with its first edition, it has inaugurated a new way of talking about science, placing research and scientists at the centre of an open confrontation with a non-academic approach, making millions of non-experts aware of the wonder of science.
Every year the Science Festival aims to break down the barriers between hard, natural, and human sciences, Ensuring, as such, that research can be touched, seen, and understood without borders.
While intimately linked to the city of Genoa and the Liguria region, the Festival also has an innate international character. The presence of national and international first-rate guests embellishes the festival days, paving the way to lasting collaborations with personalities and institutions from all over the world.