Science Promotion

Scientists

Doing interesting research and want to share it with others? Get in touch and we can help you to share your work with others.

Academic Institutions

Are you representing an academic institution looking for new ways of promoting science? Contact us and will help you out

Have an idea?

Let us know and we can help you out to make it a reality.

Social Media

Follow us on Facebook to find out more about the events we organise www.facebook.com/BPTI

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Supporting your local community

BPTI continues to contribute to our local community by organising events that promote science, education and critical thinking. Below are the descriptions of few different types of events we organise for our local community here in Lithuania.

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"Tyreju Naktis"

“Tyreju Naktis” otherwise known as a “Researchers night” is an annual science festival happening in most major cities and towns across Lithuania. BPTI is one of the main organisers of this project that has been running for 11 years now. The main goal of this event is promoting science and technology and allowing general public to get closer to the secret life of scientist and researchers. More than 10,000 people attend this event every year.

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"Café Scientifique"

“Café Scientifique” is a research and science promoting event happening in the Coffee shops around Vilnius and Kaunas. This platform allows scientists to present their work in an interesting and meaningful way to the general public. Anyone is welcome to attend and join the discussion. Follow us on Facebook to find out more.

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"Mokslo Sriuba"

“Mokslo Sriuba” is a TV show promoting science and technology. BPTI was a platform through which creators of this show were able to take it from a simple youtube channel to a full feature TV show on a national TV.

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"Mokslo Pieva"

BPTI is one of the main organisers of “Mokslo Pieva” project. This project is primarily aimed at undergraduate students and allows them to participate in a real research group made of 4-5 students and a project manager. These research projects run for about 10 weeks then the presentation is presented and if there is enough material publication get’s drafted. This allows students to further deepen their understanding of research and learn more about working within an interdisciplinary team.

Let us know if you want to promote science together!