Researchers' Night project placed the emphasis on the importance of scientific research in everyday life and the thrill and excitement of scientific life and profession. It also gave the opportunity to break stereotypes about researchers and stimulate public interest in science and research work as an attractive profession.
This year, two EU FP7 projects, GlowBrain and Osteogrow from University of Zagreb School of Medicine presented their work through research stations named "Inside the Brain" and "Little bone clinic". The goal of GlowBrain station was to familiarize the participants with the anatomy, function and imaging methods of the brain as well as the recovery possibilities after stroke, while Osteogrow visitors got a chance to learn more about the bone composition and density and how to heal broken bones.
With the help of partners and exhibitors, and the support of numerous media, this public event achieved its main goal - to provide the general public an opportunity to meet outstanding young researchers who actively conduct research in the service of life and health.
More details on the Researchers' Night are available on the official website, and the photographs of the event can be found on the Facebook pages of the event and project GlowBrain.

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