How do we perceive time? Why do plants take on specific shapes? What is machine learning? These are just some of the questions that SISSA researchers will answer during the Student Day, an entire morning dedicated to the students of the last two years of high school to discover the research underway, the big questions in science, the ethical and social implications of the technological innovations and much more. The appointment is set for Wednesday 20 February, starting from 9 am in the School’s main lecture hall. There will be more than 500 participants, from technical institutes and scientific, language and classical high schools of the region.
SISSA Student Day is back
SISSA opens the doors to hundreds of high school students to discover science informally