,,Open Readings 2024″ pupil’s session

April 26, 2024

Considering a career as a scientist? No need to look further since we are here to help you take your first steps into the world of science!

We invite all students interested in natural sciences and conducting experiments to start planning and carrying out their scientific research to later present their scientific work and experimentations during the ‘Open Readings 2024’ conference!

Students along with their teachers will have the opportunity to attend the whole conference from the 23rd to the 26th of April, where acclaimed scientists and young researchers from all over the world will each deliver their presentations. However, that is not all – there will be a separate session awaiting you (April 26th), during which invited speakers, in a listener-friendly, accessible and interesting way, will present their field of scientific work along with the typical research they conduct and what to them being a scientist means.

After having attended presentations of invited speakers, the students will present their conducted research in the fields of biology, chemistry, physics and modeling. The students have to formulate a research topic related to one of the mentioned fields, then begin to experimentally/ theoretically/ quantitatively analyse it and conduct their research and after acquiring the results – formulate the study’s conclusions. Finally, the student presents their carried-out scientific research in the format of a poster (A0 poster format). The participants present their works to the public and participate in answering the public’s questions during the Pupils’ session’s poster presentation time on 26th April.

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Lastly, we will invite the students to take part in excursion-type-workshops at the laboratories of the Vilnius University Life Sciences Centre and the Centre for Physical Sciences and Technology!

Participation in the conference is free of charge

More information is to be announced in the upcoming months.