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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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De que é feita a Ciência (exposição) | Entrada Livre

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“De que é feita a Ciência” corresponde a um conjunto de doze imagens, cada uma delas construída a partir de um objecto usado em laboratório. As imagens representam um grupo de palavras que expressa conceitos e valores idealmente associados à relação entre Ciência e cientista. “De que é feita a Ciência” pretende criar uma nova relação entre o público em geral e a Ciência, de modo apelativo, inovador e despertador de emoções. 

Data Hora Local
7 de Maio a
1 de Junho
9.00h-12.30h
14.00h-17.30h
Galeria do Salão Medieval
Largo do Paço

 

 

 

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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