Diana Morant, Minister of Science and Innovation, emphasized that the aim of this initiative, which is consolidated in all Autonomous Communities as the largest social communication event on science in Spain, is to bring research and innovation closer to society, and especially the smallest.
To do this, workshops, exhibitions, guided tours, roundtables and scientific routes will be organized with experts from all fields of knowledge to demonstrate the multiplicity of research work and its significant contribution to society.
As part of Science Week, Morant will participate in the ‘Science and Innovation in Spain: new opportunities for young talents’ dialogue, which will be held at the Autonomous University of Madrid on Tuesday, 8 November.
Activities of the Scientific Research High Council (CSIC)
this CSIC Participate in more than 250 free in-person and virtual events that will take place in Andalusia, Aragon, Asturias, Canary Islands, Castilla y León, Catalonia, Valencian Community, Galicia, Balearic Islands, Madrid, Murcia. Valencia.
Its programs include open days, guided tours, virtual exhibits, lectures, science fairs and trails, gyms, workshops, escape rooms, and board games. In particular, events related to 2022 as the International Year of Glass, basic sciences for sustainable development or the Ramón y Cajal Research Year stand out.
Activities of the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology (FECYT)
this Spanish Science and Technology Foundation (FECYT) will organize various initiatives, such as the presentation of the preliminary results of Office C, which prepares impartial and independent reports for Congress, which includes scientific and technical consensus on these issues of interest to MPs.
It will also present Week C, a matchmaking program whose purpose is to promote the exchange of knowledge between professionals from the scientific community, congressmen and lawmakers.
It will also hold the ‘Showing Science from Cajal to the James Webb Space Telescope’ symposium, present the new phase of the scientific news agency SINC, and hold events at the National Museum of Science and Technology in Alcobendas. A Corona.
Activities of the Carlos III Institute of Health (ISCIII)
on his behalf, Carlos III Institute of Health (ISCIII) will participate in Science Week with activities for primary and secondary school students for one more year in order to encourage society’s approach to the world of science.
These include an escape room with work to improve sleep, the National Center for Microbiology’s immune system outreach, an improv theater at the Networked Biomedical Research Center, and a visit to ISCIII’s Majadahonda Campus.
ISCIII will also conduct workshops at the ISCIII animal facility, the National Center for Microbiology, and the National Center for Cardiovascular Research, as well as visits to the National Center for Environmental Health and the National Oncological Research Center.
activities Energy, Environment and Technological Research Center (CIEMAT) and Spanish Research Agency (AIE)
Likewise, in the programming of the Center for Energy, Environmental and Technological Research (CIEMAT), a meeting between young people and researchers from different disciplines stands out to offer professional options in engineering, biology, chemistry, physics and other fields.
There will also be guided tours of CIEMAT facilities, laboratories and fusion devices, a discussion of women’s role models in science and technology, and a talk about new technologies for the genetic treatment of diseases.
The State Research Agency (AEI) will organize, on its behalf, a research career event. Ramon y Cajal programand a roundtable with people at different stages of their research careers.
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