InScience and NEMO Kennislink have launched the online Science Film Club: every first Wednesday of the month we meet online at 19:30 to watch a science film together and discuss…
New edition Science Film Club with film 'Let There Be Light'
The documentary In Silico (Noah Hutton, 2020) has won the third InScience Jury Award during the seventh edition of InScience – International Science Film Festival Nijmegen. The documentary The Reason…
And the winners are... 'In Silico' and 'The Reason I Jump'!
Tonight at 19:00, the government announced new measures to contain the impact of the coronavirus. These stricter measures have no direct impact on the continuity of InScience. Nevertheless, the InScience…
Adjustments InScience following corona measures
We like to use technology to monitor our health, but how are we really doing? The Healthy Futures – Narratives of Self-tracking exhibition is organized by InScience in collaboration with…
Exposition: Healthy Futures - Narratives of Self-tracking
New this year are the five workshops on the program. You can, for example, learn how to break free from your fixed thinking patterns with photographic detective Hans Aarsman and…
New at InScience: these 5 workshops
''One of the most important benefits of the cross-fertilization that takes place at InScience is: communication.
Because film helps to make science understandable. To explain it. Perhaps to jump the spark to young people. But in any case, to create support for it among the general public. I think that's really important.”
Ingrid van Engelshoven
Minister van Onderwijs, Cultuur en Wetenschap
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