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100 secondary school students aged between 16 and 18 years old will have the chance to experience the Barcelona International Youth Science Challenge (BIYSC) 2017.
It is a two-week (10-21 July) scientific summer camp organised by the Catalunya-La Pedrera Foundation in collaboration with first-class research centres all over Catalonia.
The registration period is now open for BIYSC, in which IRB Barcelona coordinates a project in biomedicine.
IRB Barcelona is to participate in the twelfth edition of the Catalunya La Pedrera Foundation's Teachers and Science Programme.
Teachers will work alongside the scientists to develop resources that can be taken back to the classroom.
IRB Barcelona organises a new year-long workshop in the life sciences within the series “Crazy About Science”, run by the Fundació Catalunya – La Pedrera.
“Crazy About Biomedicine” seeks to satisfy students’ interest in science and give them the chance to get a taste of what doing science in a top-class centre is like.
The students enrolled in the second edition of A Future in Biomedicine have just completed their academic year at IRB Barcelona. On 7 June, the five scientists presented the research projects they carried out at IRB Barcelona during their 8-month internships. While pipetting in the lab, they continued to study for their last year of degree at their respective universities. Enric Ros, who worked in Xavier Salvatella's lab, and Anna Ferrer, who joined Angel Nebreda's lab, talk to in vivo about their journey.
Registrations are open for the Barcelona International Youth Science Challenge, to take place 11-22 July.
Young scientific talent will work with IRB Barcelona scientists to learn about computational biology, big data and computer drug design.
This year’s Crazy about Science Programme, organised by the Catalunya – La Pedrera Foundation, will be officially launched on Friday at the Món Sant Benet Monastery in an event that expects to bring together 600 people.