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World Logic Day

World Logic Day has only been established very recently. At the 40th General Conference of UNESCO in 2019, the new special day in support of the development of logic through teaching and research was proclaimed to fall on 14th January every year. 

It's celebrated globally and the date was chosen as it marks the death of Kurt Gödel and Alfred Tarski, who were both prominent logicians in the twentieth century. World Logic Day raises awareness of science, technology, innovation, and the organizations and institutions that provide support within these areas.

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Learn More about Practical Implications of Logic

Particularly in the twenty-first century, logic is very much tied to technology. Computer science as well as information and communications technology are all based on logical and algorithmic reasoning.

This can be your incentive to learn more and gain more knowledge about how the tech you use every day works. On World Logic Day many universities and organizations organize talks and lectures you could join to expand your horizons.

Celebrate Science and Learning on World Logic Day

Make World Logic Day a celebration of learning, teaching, and research. Enjoy being creative to celebrate science. Here's how you can do that in Design Wizard:

Step 1: If you're unsure where to begin or what you want to create, browse our template categories or search for 'science' to find what you're looking for.

Step 2:  Select from a variety of sizes to create flyers, invitations, posters, or social media posts. Adjust the colors and text, or change the background image.

Step 3: Save and download your final design. It's as easy as that! No research required.

Organize a World Logic Day Event

If your university hasn't organized a World Logic Day event yet and you're passionate about your studies, why not organize your own? Talk to your professor to find out if there's an opportunity for an introductory lecture on logic. This is the perfect opportunity to promote science and research to a broader audience.