December 4, 2022

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Science and Technology ‘show’ returns to Gardon

cooperate with Institute of Nuclear Physics and Exhibition “Archeoplastica” They are just two of the innovations that distinguish The eighth edition of “Quantum – Science and Innovation Week” Scheduled from Monday 17 to Saturday 22 October at Gardone.

Rich schedule for this year, Consisting of meetings, seminars, workshops, exhibitions, presentations and first-hand testimonies, “It will focus on sustainability and digital issues and aim to take science out of the labs and universities to make it available to all,” explains Gardone Integrated Regional Planning Adviser Pierluca Ghibelli, the mind from the event along with colleague Emilia Giacomelli (Culture and Education).

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Presented yesterday in Broletto – the county supports the initiative – two years later the “Quantum” was completed again and includes the district and the school. “There are already 700 young people registered in the workshops Which will be presented during the week – says Giacomelli -. Secondary school students will also play the role of Ciceroni in the exhibition.” This year, for the first time, Rotary Valtrompia decided to bet on Science and Innovation Week with clubs Tarare (France) and Nagold-Herrenberg (Germany).

From Monday to Saturday, Villa Moti Bernardelli will host the exhibition “Let’s Read Science” and “Archioplastica – Museum of Ancient Beach Litter”, A strange display of plastic waste … from espionage, many from the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s, compiled and compiled by Enzo Suma with the aim of raising awareness of the problem of pollution of the seas and beyond. There will also be two escape rooms (by reservation) set up at Villa Mutti: the “all you can eat” from Escape4Change and the “HEPScape” in particle physics.

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During the week there will be workshops and conferences: we start Monday at 20.30 in the barns of Mila Park by asking “How will we eat and dress in the future?” To pass, Wednesday, to reflect on production and consumption methods that involve energy and food. To see Giuseppe Verdi’s “La Traviata” like you’ve never seen it before, or 360 degrees wearing a private alcove, take part in the show scheduled for Thursdays at 5.30pm and 8.30pm at Villa Moti.

The second edition of the open innovation lab Valtrompia “It will focus on the distribution chain, on the possibility of reducing packaging production,” announces Alice Podestini from the Culture District of the mountain community.