How big is the biggest robot in Finland? What is the food of the future like? And what is hidden in the X-files of the Jyväskylä University library?


Researchers´ Night 2017 has two themes. First one is the Change, which was the theme of the event also in 2016. Another one is Finland.


European Researchers´ Night gathered a great audience in all thirteen localities it took place in Finland. Altogether over 15 000 people visited Night´s workshops, performances, lectures and clubs.


Think Corner, Allegra Lab Helsinki, Hanken Research Day and Science Battle in Turku are live streamed. Find more about the streamings in here!


Researchers' Night is celebrated on Friday week from now all around Finland. Read more from the just published press release.


Jouni Pursiainen is a professor of physical chemistry from the University of Oulu. Pursiainen says that especially people interested in environmental issues should know chemistry profoundly.


More information on streaming will be made available on the event website and social media as the event approaches.


European Researchers’ Night is also visible on social media. To find us on Facebook and Twitter, search with “Tutkijoiden yö”


The theme of the European Researcher’s Night 2016 is Change, a phenomenon which science and research offer excellent tools to investigate.