From September 19 to 30, the Week of Science and Technology will take place in Tierra del Fuego, at the North Creative Pole at 1406 Thorne Street (corner of Colón) in the Rio Grande and at the South Creative Pole at 836 Gobernador Paz Street in Ushuaia. fire.
big River.- The event, which is organized by the government of the province through the Secretary of Science and Technology of the province, which depends on the Ministry of Education, together with the creative poles of Ushuaia and the Rio Grande, will have free admission and its main objective Bringing science and technology closer to the community of the whole province
The occasion will feature two weeks of activities from Monday to Friday in each of the Creative Poles.
Those who participate will be able to learn the details of what science and technology mean and have the opportunity to be exposed to the different elements used to develop these activities. They can also be the leaders of conversations with renowned professionals from the local area and others who come to the province to participate in the event. Three major influencers are expected to be present, among others, historian, communicator Pupina Plowmer, a renowned science communicator, and Dr. Sol Despinada. The two will hold talks at the Yagnes Cultural Center. It is noteworthy that Sol Ferreira, better known as Sol Despinada, is a doctor and professor at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) and was nominated for the Lola Mora Awards in the category of “Scientific Disclosure”. The talks these two eminent professionals will give will revolve around views on the inequalities and achievements of women in science.
While the local scientists who will participate in the event are Jose Luis Hormechia and Luis Benegas who have carried out many scientific works. In addition, Paula Cantera, a chemistry graduate, and seismologist Celeste Bolini will all be present in the discussion on Friday.
El Sureno got in touch with Santiago Marfil, a science communicator and part of the team at the province’s Secretariat of Science and Technology, and explained that over the course of two weeks people would be able to participate in various talks given by the local community. With scientists from Buenos Aires. In addition, there will be an interaction in which professionals will be able to show the meaning of science and technology through their own experiences.
Marfil understood that the incident was “almost like an excuse for people to come on creative polls and take advantage of everything that can be offered for free in this regard.”
The event started on Monday, but the activities will begin today with a talk on “Microscopy and Fascination with Plants”. Meanwhile, on Wednesday, coinciding with Spring Day and Student Day, a clinic titled “The Science of the Film” will be offered, which includes an analysis of the movie “Wall-A” which has a tree as the protagonist. The official said that these two weeks will serve to make people aware of the importance of ecology, environment, robotics, design and all applications of science and technology and that “every day will be a different thing and will be given to them from almost every six in the evening.” time.
Santiago Marfil highlights the quality of professionals who work in the Creative Poll of Rio Grande and Ushuaia. “They are high-level professionals who have a lot of experience and know perfectly well what they are talking about, so their conversations are always very rich in content.”
Organizers expect that students from various educational institutions of the state will participate in large numbers. Given this situation, he announced that schools that require participation must register by sending an email to: [email protected],
At this point, it should be noted that all schools will be able to participate in these events until the end of the year.