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The first competition of the 17th edition of the Lublin Science Festival - "What science looks like"

Organizers of the 17th Lublin Science Festival which will take place from 18 to 24 September 2021 under the theme "Science without borders. Enjoy science!" invite you to participate in the competition, which constitutes the first part of the entire event! "What science looks like" is a competition aimed at selecting the best project - the prototype of the mascot of the Lublin Science Festival.

The Lublin Science Festival is an event with several years of tradition, which brings together tens of thousands of enthusiasts of broadly understood science every year. They all create an extraordinary atmosphere, full of joy that comes from discovering the fascinating secrets of the world surrounding us. The mascot of the Lublin Science Festival should reflect the most important values, ideals and mission of the festival, as well as encourage others to learn and build positive emotions associated with it.
The best - universal and timeless project will be produced and distributed during the upcoming 17th edition of the Lublin Science Festival. An attractive prize - 2000 zl (gross) awaits the author of the winning project.

The competition is international and is aimed at children, primary and secondary school students, students and adults from Poland and abroad.

Applications for the competition are available from 11.01 to 21.03

Do not wait! Imagine what science looks like and submit your mascot design!

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„What science looks like” - competition application form

Organizers of the 17th Lublin Science Festival which will take place from 17 to 24 September 2021 under the theme "Science without borders. Enjoy science! " invite you to participate in the competition, which constitutes the first part of the entire event! "What science looks like" is a competition aimed at selecting the best project - the prototype of the mascot of the Lublin Science Festival.

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    Date of addition
    11 January 2021

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