HCMR Education Unit
The HCMR participated at the events for the Researchersâ€™ Night with the following actions: 1) Pre-events were organized at the Hydrobiological Station of Rhodes (HSR) and at the Cretaquarium. Among the others, the pre-events aimed to acquaint secondary school students with the profession of researcher of the aquatic environment through presentations and discussions with HCMR scientists.
2) During the Researchersâ€™ Night main events, the HCMR provided several outdoor activities including the Benthos lab experience (observation under stereoscopes of live samples from undisturbed and disturbed coastal waters in order to understand the meaning of biodiversity and the concept of Benthos as an ecological status indicator), interactive games, exhibition of the manned submersible vehicles â€śThetisâ€ť and other scientific instruments & submarine vehicles, real-time experiment in a water filled tank of in-situ instruments (as the underwater radioactivity detector â€śKATERINAâ€ť submerged in order to experience data collection and analysis of spectra).
Kid activities comprised creative painting of marine subjects on sea stones and pebbles, creation of origami marine animals, photographs as diver at the sea bottom (use of a photographic poster) and the creative writing â€śA letter to humans from a monk sealâ€ť.
ASF 2014 and 2016:HCMR participated for second time to the ASF from 8-10 of April 2016 Since its first organisation in 2014, the Athens Science Festival managed to establish itself as one of the biggest celebrations of science and technology in Greece. Over a weekâ€™s time, every spring, students and other visitors from the wider area of Athens take the opportunity to explore science in fun, innovative and interactive ways. At the same time researchers, teachers, distinguished scientists and artists give their best to communicate science and make it part of their audienceâ€™s everyday lives.
GENDER EQUALITY PLAN 2021-202319/02/2022
SUBMERGED PREHISTORIC LANDSCAPES17/05/2021
MED EDUC ERASMUS01/03/2021