For all events, please see this table with the full programme (in Bulgarian)

Saturday 26 September 2020

Time and
hall

Event

Audience

13.30

DNA hall                                         

Astronomer's road trip

Come learn how astronomers contributed to science, what that science means, and about the kind of people they were, as we embark on one weird road trip.

All
ages

15.00

live online
at DNA hall

New medical gadgets: panacea or sensation?

Mechanical engineer Lilla Asztalos investigates the mechanical and corrosion damages of implants and has a balanced approach towards the impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution in the medical field.

All
ages

20:30

Cosmos hall in partnership with A1

Becoming a bi-planetary species 

Fifty years after the first Apollo Moon landings – a host of countries and private companies are racing back to the Moon. What's needed to become a bi-planetary species?

All
ages

Sunday 27 September 2020

Time and hall

Event

Audience

10.00

live online at Cosmos hall

in partnership with A1

Gastronaut: Extreme Lockdown

An explosive lockdown science show from BBC Gastronaut Stefan Gates and his long-suffering lab assistant Poppy (who also happens to be his 15-yr old daughter). 

Children over
the age of 7

10.30

DNA hall

Cosmic rain

What do we need to know about cosmic rays which keep falling on our heads like some sort of cosmic rain? Astrophysics Dr. Tijana Prodanovic unlocks the secrets of cosmic rain.

All
ages

14.00

live online at Cosmos hall

in partnership with A1

Walking (slowly) to space

What is the relevance of space to our society? We take to the stars with Niamh Shaw who is an Irish engineer, scientist and performer, recently voted one of Ireland's leading communicators amd STEM specialists.

 

All
ages

16.30

live online at DNA hall

Climate change, science and society

French climatologist Dr. Valérie Masson-Delmotte's on climate change, science and the choices before us.

All
ages

18.00

DNA hall

Singing – how we do it? 

Don't miss meeting with Dr. Ewelina Sielska-Badurek as she dives into the mysterious world of singing and illustrates why everyone can sing.

All
ages

20.00

live online
at Cosmos hall 

in partnership with A1

Volcanoes and icy moons

Dr. Rosaly Lopes, Senior Research Scientist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory explores the wide variety of volcanoes in the solar system.

All
ages

See also