Results about: public engagement

Art made of IRB Barcelona science

From 12/02 to 12/03, the Artist in Residence, Ayse Güll Süter, will be exhibiting her work: “Art made of Science-Microspheres” at the Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site (Recinto Modernista de Sant Pau).

This project has been done in collaboration with the Fundación Quo Artis, the Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site, and IRB Barcelona.

IRB Barcelona to participate in the 12th “Festival de la Ciència”

This weekend the Ciutadella Park will be hosting this event, which will showcase 230 scientific activities aimed at the general public.

IRB Barcelona will be participating through two workshops and a micro-talk, related to microscopy, cancer research and ageing.

Yomo 2018: IRB Barcelona presents "La recerca biomèdica des de dins"

This activity, developed in collaboration with BIST, will allow participants to learn how and why DNA is studied, and what genetic mutations are and how they relate to cancer.

Also, they will have the opportunity to use a reconstruction of a Light Sheet Microscope made of LEGO.

10th charity wine tasting in support of research into cancer and metastasis at IRB Barcelona

"Vi per Vida", a charity run by sommelier Xavi Ayala, promotes social awareness of the importance of research.

The event will be held this Sunday, February 25 in Calella.

Communicating science and having fun. It’s all about engagement

To increase public awareness of science, researchers are increasingly encouraged to explain what they do and why they do it and in the process they are challenged to break the stereotype of a scientist. But to be able to engage non-scientific audiences, the first step is to know how stir up curiosity about science. In April, Rachel Cruickshank, founder of Barcelona Fun Science, held a workshop using demonstrations and science-play sessions to reach adult audiences at IRB Barcelona.

100 young students set to experience the Barcelona International Youth Science Challenge (BIYSC)

IRB Barcelona is to participate in the two-week (10-21 July) scientific summer camp through the project “Drosophila melanogaster: a model to study human disease”.

This initiative is organised by the Catalunya-La Pedrera Foundation, in collaboration with first-class research centres all over Catalonia, including BIST centres.