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New World Quantum Day video!

Check our latest video inviting everyone to celebrate the World Quantum Day on and around 14 April! See how to engage at: https://worldquantumday.org/how-to-engage/ Submit your event at:¬†https://worldquantumday.web.cern.ch/events-map #WorldQuantumDay

World Quantum Day call for action

Call for Action: The World Quantum Day, celebrated on 14 April, is an initiative from quantum scientists from 65+ countries, aiming at promoting the public understanding of Quantum Science and Technology around the World. It is a decentralized and bottom-up initiative, inviting all quantum scientists, engineers, educators, communicators, entrepreneurs, technologists, historians, philosophers, artists, and their organizations, to organize…
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Lithuania: Special episodes already aired on National TV

We officially announced the World Quantum Day in Lithuania art competition to illustrate quantum effects and the most influential scientists in the history of quantum mechanics. Draw Einstein, Planck, Curie, Born, Feynman and others, or depict a photo effect and other interesting quantum phenomena or their applications, i.e. main topics are quantum scientists, quantum phenomena…
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Lithuania: World Quantum Day off to a good start

We applied for the organization of WQD in Lithuania and won the support of European Physical Society Young Minds. Funding will be mostly dedicated for prizes in the Quantum Art Competition. Additionally, we will visit schools and during the national lecture/broadcast on YouTube and on TV we will discuss the drawings together with the President…
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Lithuania: World Quantum Day initiative visits Lithuanian Academy of Sciences

Commission of scientists and experts of the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences gave an opportunity to present the World Quantum Day initiative to the media. 2021 was an important year because it was a starting point for this initiative. Looking at the map of the participating countries, we can see that as many as 60 countries…
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