The key message of the ZATE project is “everyone can become a researcher” and the main aims are to bring researchers closer to the general public, to inspire the youth to embark on science careers and increase awareness of researchers’ profession, familiarize the audience with possibilities of various careers in academic and non-academic institutions, increase the understanding of the EU, demonstrate the path to embark on to develop research careers and emphasize the importance of researchers’ role in society and the highly important impact of their work on our daily lives.
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