Workshops & fairs: VI Science Fest of the UB

Title
VI Festa de la Ciència UB
By
Investigadors de l'ICCUB
Date
Time
Language
CA
ES
Context
Festa de la Ciència UB
Host Institution
Contact
divulgacio@icc.ub.edu
Area
Atomic-Nuclear
Cosmology
Gravitation
Particle Physics
Open to all

This year, the UB Divulga has decided to hold the VI Science Festival virtually. This coming Friday, May 8, you will be able to follow them through the social media. We will keep you informed!

 

The VI Science Fest of the University of Barcelona will take place at the Historical Building in Plaça Universitat, in two different days; one for the schools and educational centers, and another open to families and the general public. 

The Science Fest's goal is to boost citizen's knowledge and interest in science. There will be several participative wokshops, from different departments, faculties and research institutes. 

If you are a school, you must register here

ICCUB researchers will be rpesenting three different workshops: 

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