Some UPDATES from Lublin!
On 18th-24th September 2021, the 17th Lublin Science Festival will take place in Lublin under the slogan "Science without borders. Enjoy science! ”.
It is one of the largest science events in the country aimed at disseminating and popularizing science by presenting interesting and diverse research projects in lectures, workshops, demonstrations in laboratories and outdoors, exhibitions, performances, competitions or field games dedicated to people of all ages. All this makes the Lublin Science Festival a unique opportunity to show the extremely inspiring world of science to a wide audience and an effective promotional tool for organizers and sponsors. The event is attended by the largest and most important educational institutions in the Lublin region. Cooperation of institutions involved in preparing the festival results, inter alia, the fact that their number is constantly increasing year by year.
The Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin, as the main organizer and coordinator of this year's edition of the Lublin Science Festival. Is planning to implement a breakthrough program in the history of the festival, which includes, among others: the Lublin Science Festival Picnic, during which an attempt will be made to break the Guinness World Record for the world's largest polymer, meetings with Nobel laureates from the series "Science Without Borders" emphasizing the role of science in human life, events and competitions popularizing science and research, including the show of fountains in Litewski Square in Lublin under the name "Symphony of Science" and the international symposium "International Students and Young Scientists Workshop & Learning Days ”for students and young scientists.
The event was co-financed by the "Social Responsibility of Science" program of the Minister of Education and Science.
Lublin Science Festival is the largest cyclical event popularizing science in the Lublin region and is among the top three largest science festivals in Poland. So far, sixteen editions of the Lublin Science Festival have been held in Lublin, in which in total, almost 13,650 projects were submitted and presented, with the vast majority being repeated many times - record-breaking even 16 times.
Last year, due to the difficult socio-economic situation of the country caused by the COVID-19 epidemic, instead of the planned 17th edition of the LFN, Lublin Virtual Science Days were organized, which took place online at the Lublin University of Inspiration on 22nd-24th September 2020. During the Lublin Virtual Science Days, the systems recorded 15,000 unique users on the Lublin University of Inspiration website. Thanks to effective promotional activities and cooperation with EUSEA, the projects were seen by several hundred users from over 10 European countries, incl. Belgium, Belarus, Croatia, Ukraine, Russia and Great Britain. The online event was also attended by participants from another continent, namely the United States. By organizing Lublin Virtual Science Days, public universities and the City of Lublin have proved that together they can meet the difficult challenges posed by the modern world, and thanks to excellent cooperation and commitment of the organizers, implementation of the mission of Lubelski Science Festival took on a new, previously unknown dimension.
Lublin Science Festival has permanently entered the calendar of scientific and cultural events in Lublin, which combine the promotion of science with the social and economic development of the region, showing the relationship between science and everyday life and development opportunities for the region's economy with appropriate use of the innovative potential of individual fields of science and technology by entities economic. Thanks to this initiative, we can jointly strengthen the intellectual and socio-economic potential in the Lublin region.
Have any ideas how to influence the academic development of Lublin but can’t afford to realize them?
Take part in the pilot edition of the Academic Initiative Support Program and show how crucial the implementation of your ideas is!
The applications for support in the pilot edition of the Program will be accepted until June 30, 2021.
Academic Initiative Support Program is arranged by Lublin Municipal Office The aim of the Program is to present Lublin as an academic and scientific city. Another aim is the promotion of the achievements of outstanding students and doctoral students and the encouragement in the implementation of academic cultural and scientific initiatives.
Portal opening linking Lublin and Vilnius inhabitants
The City of Lublin, in cooperation with the City of Vilnius, the Lithuanian Benediktas Gylys Foundation and the Centre of Intercultural Creative Initiatives “Crossroads” opens in new tab carry out an international project called Portal.
The concrete construction is located at Litewski Square in Lublin. The Lublin-Vilnius portal was officially opened on May 26, 2021.
The main component of the initiative is a concrete object resembling a virtual door and will be present in the public space until August. Using cameras and a large round screen, the installation will transmit the image between Lublin and Vilnius through an internet connection.
Portal is a ticket to travel in time, to the city of the future. Due to the new technologies usage, we will create a visual bridge and enable residents to experience a unique feeling, called the “overview effect”. An experience known so far only to astronauts who experience watching the Earth from outer space causes a radical change in self-awareness and gives a sense of community.
The project, which integrates and awakens the awareness of unity, will allow mutual observation, and establish contact in real-time. It will bring cities together, encourage to meet new people and cultures, and will be a place for dialogue bringing us closer. The main idea of the project is to create a communication platform for passers-by, but also institutions and organisations. PORTAL creates the opportunity to show Lublin’s projects in the Lithuanian capital, and interactive activities on both sides.
You are more than welcome to take a look!
Lublin on first place in the ranking of green cities!
🌳Lublin took first place in the Europolis report - green cities. On this occasion, we have prepared for you a list of urban green spaces where you can walk, relax, explore the area by bike, spend time with friends and simply relax! You a re very welcome to visit Lublin. Check all the events here Events & Festivals / Lublin City Office
⛳️The Saxon Garden
The oldest English-style park in Lublin is a favorite place for walks and photography. There are many small architectural objects in the Saski Garden: an aviary for peacocks, a new fountain, and a sundial.
Address: Al. Racławickie 14
⛳️ Park Ludowy
It is a park full of attractions for people, who like active leisure, modern infrastructure, and innovative architectural solutions.
Address: al. Józef Piłsudski
⛳️UMCS Botanical Garden
The Lublin Garden is a frequently visited tourist spot and a permanent point of natural excursions. The historic building on the site - Dworek Kościuszków is also open to visitors.
Opening hours: Monday - Sunday 10:00 - 20:00.
Address: ul. Willowa (between 58 and 60)
⛳️The Lublin Village Museum
On the territory of the open-air museum, there are monuments of wooden and brick architecture and ethnographic collections from the area of the former Lublin Province, entered into the State Museum Register.
Opening hours: all days of the week from 9.00 a.m. - 6.00 p.m.
Address: al. Warszawska 96
⛳️John Paul II Park
It covers an area of over 22 ha. There are bicycle paths, playgrounds, a climbing wall, playing fields, tennis courts, and a mini-amphitheater, which is a place for dance classes and performances organized by the local community.
Address: ul. Emerald 40
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