Italian Research Day in Bosnia and Herzegovina

The first ‘Italian Research Day in the World’ will be organized on Monday, April 15 in Tuzla, to mark the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci, widely considered as one of the greatest painters and inventors of all time. 

Event will be organized by the Italian Embassy to Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Tuzla School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, in cooperation with the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, to highlight the significance of Italian scholars and researchers, and Italian national technological know-how.  

An exhibition dedicated to Italian physicist and creator of the world’s first nuclear reactor Enrico Fermi and other famous Italian researchers will be opened at the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics with the University in Tuzla.

The event will also include seminar on scientific cooperation between Italy and Bosnia and Herzegovina, with participation of local experts, as well as professors and researchers from both countries.  

All events during the ‘Italian Research Day in the World’ in Tuzla will be open for public.