The Ellinogermaniki Agogi school in Pallini, eastern Attica, is hosting an exhibition showcasing nine unique stories of people who have transferred the horizons of scientific research from the laboratory to our daily lives. The 90-minute tour of the exhibition, which is geared toward children ages 12 and up, will give visitors insight into innovations in health, environment and computer technology, among others. The exhibition is organized in collaboration with the European program Sparks. Admission is free, but groups planning to attend are required to register. There is a limit of 40 people per group.
Ellinogermaniki Agogi, Dimitriou Panagea St, tel 213.007.0582, sparks.ea.gr