On November 10, on the International Day of Science, the festival "Nuclear and Science Days" started in Hanoi (Vietnam).
During the festival, which will be held from November 10 to 12, Vietnamese students and schoolchildren will be able to deepen their knowledge about nuclear technologies and the role of peaceful atom in achieving sustainable development goals.
The festival is simultaneously held at two venues – at the Nuclear Technologies Information Center at the Hanoi University of Science and Technology and the Russian house in Hanoi.
The festival program includes an Atomic Quiz, a round table "The Role of Nuclear Technologies in the Sustainable Development of Vietnam", lectures on the non-energy use of nuclear technologies, demonstration of thematic video programs, as well as several interactive science games and master classes.
Employees of Rosatom and Tomsk Polytechnic Institute, the Vietnamese Institute of Nuclear Energy (Vinatom), as well as representatives of the Association "Women in Nuclear Russia" will take part in the festival events as experts and lecturers.
The festival is held annually in Hanoi with the support of Rosatom. It traditionally brings together young people and the expert community of Vietnam and provides an opportunity to immerse in the fascinating world of science in an informal setting.