Action Bulgaria organises scientific conference
Our team was responsible for the coordination, PR and communication of the large-scale interdisciplinary forum, which gathered over 200 scientists from four continents to exchange views on the essential question: How did life occur?
“We are on the threshold of major scientific discoveries in a new field defined by the intersections of biology, astronomy and chemistry. For the first time, this conference brings together prominent experts and young scientists from all over the world with the ambition to outline the directions of this new scientific field”, said Prof. Dimitar Sasselov (Harvard), one of the leaders of NASA’s Kepler mission.
Nobel Prize winner Prof. Didier Queloz (University of Cambridge) also participated in the forum along with other scientists from renowned universities from across Europe, the USA, Canada, Israel, Chile, as well as experts from NASA, the European Southern Observatory, the Max Planck Institute and explorers of Mars.
Applauding our Bulgarian team’s work, Prof. Herbert Levine, chief organiser from Northeastern University, said, “We are very grateful to Action Bulgaria for the flawless organisation of the lectures, the evening events and the cultural tour of Sofia and Boyana. It was a pleasure for us, and we will be happy to gather again in the wonderful capital of Bulgaria.”