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Science Holiday Calendar

We have prepared for you a list of science holidays celebrated throughout the year:

  1. National Science Fiction Day - January 2nd, celebrating science fiction literature and its contributions to the popular imagination (est 2010).
  2. World Braille Day - January 4th, promoting the use of braille and raising awareness about the importance of accessibility for people who are visually impaired (est. 2019).
  3. International Day of Women and Girls in Science - February 11th, promoting gender equality in science and celebrating the achievements of women and girls in science (est. 2016).
  4. Darwin Day - February 12th, celebrating the life and work of Charles Darwin and his contributions to evolutionary theory ((est. 2013).
  5. National Science Day (India) - February 28th, celebrating the discovery of the Raman effect by Indian physicist C.V. Raman (est. 1986).
  6. World Wildlife Day - March 3rd, celebrating the diversity of wildlife and promoting its conservation (est. 2013).
  7. Pi Day - March 14th, celebrating the mathematical constant pi (3.14), (est. 1988).
  8. National Biomechanics Day - April 7th, promoting awareness of the field of biomechanics and its applications in science, engineering, and medicine (est. 2016).
  9. DNA Day - April 25th, celebrating the discovery of the structure of DNA (est. 2003).
  10. World Intellectual Property Day - April 26th, promoting awareness of intellectual property rights and their role in innovation and creativity (est. 2000).
  11. International Day of Light - May 16th, promoting the role of light in science, culture, and sustainable development (est. 2018).
  12. National Technology Day - May 11th, celebrating India's achievements in science and technology (est. 1998).
  13. World Environment Day - June 5th, promoting awareness and action for the protection of the environment (est. 1974).
  14. World Oceans Day - June 8th, promoting awareness and action for the protection of the oceans (est. 1992).
  15. International Asteroid Day - June 30th, promoting awareness of the importance of asteroids and their role in the solar system (est. 2015).
  16. World Snake Day - July 16th, promoting awareness and conservation of snakes and their habitats (est. 2013).
  17. World Brain Day - July 22nd, promoting awareness of neurological disorders and their impact on individuals and society (est. 2014).
  18. World Nature Conservation Day - July 28th, promoting the conservation of natural resources and ecosystems (est. 1998).
  19. Ada Lovelace Day - October 12th, 2009, celebrating the contributions of women to science and technology, and promoting gender equality in STEM fields (est. 2009).
  20. National Fossil Day (US) - October 13th, promoting awareness and appreciation of fossils and the history of life on Earth (est. 2010).
  21. World Space Week - October 4-10, celebrating international cooperation in space exploration and technology (est. 1999).
  22. National Chemistry Week (US) - October 17-23, promoting awareness of chemistry and its applications in daily life (est. 1987).
  23. International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer - September 16th, promoting awareness and action for the protection of the Earth's ozone layer (est. 1987).
  24. World Food Day - October 16th, promoting awareness of food security, agriculture, and nutrition (est. 1981).
  25. World Science Day for Peace and Development - November 10th, promoting the role of science in promoting peace and sustainable development (est. 2001).
  26. International Day of Persons with Disabilities - December 3rd, established in 1992 by the United Nations to promote the rights and well-being of people with disabilities and to raise awareness about the barriers they face in society.
  27. International Mountain Day - December 11th, established in 2003 by the United Nations to raise awareness about the importance of mountain ecosystems and their role in biodiversity and sustainable development.
  28. National Mathematics Day (India) - December 22nd, celebrating the birth anniversary of Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan and to promote the importance of mathematics in science and technology (est. 2012).

We hope you find this calendar of science holidays informative and helpful. However, if you notice any science holidays that we may have missed, please feel free to let us know in the comments below.
We welcome your contributions and suggestions to make this calendar as comprehensive as possible. Together, we can make this a valuable resource for science enthusiasts around the world.

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