Erster Wiener Ball der Wissenschaften am 31.1.2015 im Wiener Rathaus

By Monika Trebo | December 25, 2014

For the first time, the City of Vienna is staging the Vienna Science Ball. On Saturday, 31 January 2015, Vienna’s City Hall will be turned into a festive venue for the city’s science and research community. In a city renowned for its 450 spectacular events in carnival, the Vienna Science Ball adds a distinct sensation of entertainment with an attitude to the annual ball season.

Members of ASCINA and partners of the OST network can – for a limited period of time – make use of a special offer. Regular tickets can be purchased at bulk sale conditions: get 5 tickets for the price of 4 or 10 tickets for the price of 8 (€ 64 each instead of € 80). Simply mail the five (or ten) names of your group adding a postal address to one name for mailing the invoice and the tickets until January 9 to . Boxes and tables (including 8 tickets each) can be booked directly at a 10% discount at

In addition, our official carrier Austrian Airlines offers a special ball discount at, our partner Hotel Rathauspark**** has similar discounts on offer. (

The Vienna Science Ball represents Vienna’s science and research community in its excellence and diversity. Typical elements of a Viennese Ball are combined with contributions from Vienna’s universities. International visibility and recognition is secured through the presence of global stars of popular science communication like Marc Abrahams, editor and co-founder of Annals of Improbable Research, and originator and emcee of the annual Ig Nobel Prize celebration.

Come and join the scientifically approved fun!

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