Zagreb is once again becoming the epicenter of science

Author: Matina Tenžera

STEM, robots, space, the human body, health and new technologies are just some of the topics of interesting MUZZA educations

From April 12 to 14, Novi Zagreb will once again become the epicenter of science, as the third MUZZA week of science is held in the Rector's building of the University of Zagreb. It is a well-known scientific euphoria where scientists, researchers and all interested preschoolers, schoolchildren and students meet. Visitors will have the opportunity to find out how robots work, explore the secrets of the universe, learn about modern technologies, get to know the human body better and participate in numerous educational workshops.

In three days, visitors will be able to enjoy 50 workshops that will enable them to have an interactive encounter with different fields of science and scientists, and the workshops and educational content are carried out in cooperation with experts from all parts of the educational system, with a special emphasis on science teachers. of subjects that will better introduce topics from the world of science to those interested.

MUZZA III. science week is an opportunity for our community to experience the excitement of science without any barriers. This event is organized in collaboration with the University of Zagreb, which represents a strong step towards strengthening the ties between the scientific community and higher education, creating a bridge between research achievements and educational resources.

We expect that MUZZA III. science week, previous science weeks, to be an unforgettable event that will contribute to the further promotion of knowledge in our community. Admission to Science Week and all workshops is free, and the program runs on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.