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Authors: Musacchio, Gemma*
Piangiamore, Giovanna L*
Solarino, Stefano*
Pino, Nicola Alessandro*
Eva, Elena*
Sansivero, Fabio*
D'addezio, Giuliana*
Augliera, Paolo*
Piccarreda, Davide*
D'Amico, Maria*
Gomez, Antonio C A*
Lovati, Sara*
Luzi, Lucia*
Massa, Marco*
Editors: Erba, Elisabetta; Università degli Studi di Milano
Cesare, Bernardo; Università di Pavia
Issue Date: 10-Sep-2014
Keywords: science outreach, education
Abstract: ScienzAperta is an outreach science venue that the Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia started in 2011 as the spring of science: the doors of the headquarters of science were finally opened to public. A number of events, conferences, seminars, guided tours through the Institute and its laboratories are every year offered to general public. The venue is held in most of the cities where the Institute is located, priority to high seismic and/or volcanic risk regions. On May 2014 we held ScienzAperta for the first time in Milano and open up the doors to schools specifically dealing mostly with seismic hazard in a region where general public not necessarily think it might We offered students conferences, seminars and educational activities to highlight the fun of science and jet raise awareness on proper behaviours in case of earthquake shaking. We asked students and teachers, from elementary to high schools, to fill in a questionnaire that we use to evaluate the appreciation the venue had. One hundred years after Giuseppe Mercalli’s death we could not forget to celebrate his science the city where he was born.
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