The project Researchers’ Night in Montenegro 2013 will be a successful continuance of its precedents Researchers’ Nights 2009-2012, organized by the same consortium, Montenegrin Science Promotion Foundation – PRONA, Natural History Museum and Ministry of Science, and strengthen efforts put in bridging the gap between the researchers and wider public. All events will take place on Friday, 27 September, from 12:00 – 24:00, with the central events (Hands-on-experiments, Science and Art installations, Gala opening, Movie projections, Interdisciplinary and inter-generational workshops, ‘Open science Show and Quiz’, Astronomical workshop, Science kindergarten, Concert) happening at the main Square in Podgorica and a series of smaller scale activities in Podgorica (University of Montenegro, Natural History Museum of Montenegro and “Delta” and “Gintas” Shopping Malls) and five other towns in Montenegro (Kotor, Tivat, Danilovgrad, NIksic and Bijelo Polje). Target groups of the projects are: high school students, university students, young people in general, preschool children, elementary school pupils, parents, school authorities and teachers, media and general public. The implementation plan implies having at least 10000 of direct participants, and to cover at 44% of Montenegrin population or 290000 people with awareness campaign. At least 250 people, from which 50 researchers coming from different sectors and fields of research, will implement the Researchers’ Night’s activities. Researchers’ Night will have a higher regional and international character. The main aim of 2013 project is to upgrade the role of researchers within the society. Project Researchers’ Night is fun, educational and unique event that gathers general population and researchers from academic institutions, the business sector, schools, young-talent programs, various NGOs, governmental institutions, international agencies, and guests - researchers from around the region and world, including diaspora.