CBMA

Centro de Biologia Molecular e Ambiental

Centre of Molecular and Environmental Biology

Science Through Our Lives (STOL) is a project that was born on September 2011 inside a group of three CBMA investigators aware of the importance/commitment of science communication in the present society. STOL was idealized as a cultural, scientific and educational project with a privileged place at the interfaces: university - society and education - research.
At presente STOL is coordinated by Alexandra Nobre (CBMA member) and has several ongoing projects and partnerships with public and private institutions.
In what concerns to STOL actions, STOL: develops activities in various areas such as education and training, promotes and participates in scientific/ cultural events, gets involved in the publication and dissemination of academic and science communication products, provides several services such as technical and scientific advice, disseminates research projects and researchers (in particular from CBMA) and has a Science Communication page in the web.

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            https://www.facebook.com/STOLisfun/
            https://www.instagram.com/stolscience/
            https://twitter.com/STOLscience


Projects and Activities



Ao Leme com Ciência Viva (At the Helm com Ciência Viva) - Porto - 9/8/16

A copy_copy_copy_copy_copy_copy_copyCiência Viva  turned 20 years and, to commemorate, organized a science cruise on the Vera Cruz Ship along the portuguese coast, complemented with several Science festivals on shore. After Sines, Lisboa e Aveiro, Porto was the final stop, on 9th of August at Jardim do Passeio Alegre. STOL invited by Curtir Ciência - Ciência Viva de Guimarães was present with the project "Homo numericus" that recently was actualized with new hands-on materials. 

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PubhD UMinho - Seventh session - Braga - 21/7/16

PuhdDsevenHave you ever spoke about science in a pub?

PubhD UMinho ((pub + PhD) consists of an individual presentation of doctoral projects. The three invited participants in each session have a white board, a pen and 10 minutes to talk about their research projects, followed by 20 minutes in which the assistance could ask questions. Approaching science to the citizens and raise other research perspectives that can open new opportunities for research is the great challenge of this initiative.The idea began in a pub in Nottingham in 2014 and reached Portugal (Lisbon) in 2015. PubhD UMinho is a monthly event organized by STOL and will run across two cities in the north of Portugal - Guimarães and Braga.

The city of Braga welcomes the seventh session of PubhD UMinho, to be held at Convento do Carmo Bar on July 21th, at 21 o'clock. 

In this session Carla Capelassi, Celestino Magalhães e Patrícia Fernandes will be with us to talk about Brazilian clothes standards, mobile devices and learning and the power of speech in politics, respectively. 

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PubhD UMinho - Sixth session - Braga - 5/7/16

PubhdsixthHave you ever spoke about science in a pub?

 

PubhD UMinho ((pub + PhD) consists of an individual presentation of doctoral projects. The three invited participants in each session have a white board, a pen and 10 minutes to talk about their research projects, followed by 20 minutes in which the assistance could ask questions. Approaching science to the citizens and raise other research perspectives that can open new opportunities for research is the great challenge of this initiative.The idea began in a pub in Nottingham in 2014 and reached Portugal (Lisbon) in 2015. PubhD UMinho is a monthly event organized by STOL and will run across two cities in the north of Portugal - Guimarães and Braga.

The city of Braga welcomes the sixth session of PubhD UMinho, to be held at Bar Sé Lá Vie on July 5th, at 21 o'clock. 

In this session Carla Hiolanda, João Silva e Laylla Coelho will be with us to talk about “clown doctors", cancer and amaranth, respectively. 

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Brain 3D model in crochet

BrainIsabel Brown, a former Applied Biology studend and at present a phD neuroscientist at the University of Exeter, requested us a 3D model of brain in crochet to ilustrate several science communication activities in which is going to be involved. And STOL assented through a collaborator and longtime friend, Ana Alves, a biochemist living in Belgium for many years and that has already produced several hyperbolic models in crochet for the STOL project "Stitch by stitch the scince fills the space".

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Course on hidropony at the Senior University Rotary Club of Póvoa de Varzim

hidroponyIn the scope of the project of the degree in Applied Biology. there was established a collaboration between STOL - Science Through Our Lives (Biologia Department - UM) and  The USPV - Senior University Rotary Club of Póvoa de Varzim. More specifically, two students (Ivo Lima and Hélder Carvalho) finalists of this degree organized a course on Hydroponics (2 theoretical sessions and an experimental workshop) attended by about twenty seniors. The theme was proposed by USPV and cientific guidance was assumed by Alexandra Nobre (STOL and Biology Dep UM) and Ana Cunha (Biology Dep UM).

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