Registration is now open for the activities of the 2023 Science Week at the Cajal Institute

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Since this past Monday, October 23rd, at 9:00 AM, the registration period has opened for the activities of the 2023 Science Week organized by the Cajal Institute.

This year, we have multiple activities that are as informative as they are fun. On November 7th at 12:00 PM, Celia, Sara, and Carmen will be hosting the workshop “Do Flies Decide?” where they will show us what lies behind the decision-making processes of these unfairly overlooked creatures and what we can learn about ourselves through them.

On November 12th at 5:00 PM, Laura will present the activity “Cooking 3.0: From the Lab to the Kitchen,” where, after an exciting talk on the importance of science in culinary processes, we will have an entertaining spherification workshop that will make you feel like a Ferran Adrià with very little effort.

And on November 17th at 5:30 PM, Emilio will give a talk titled “Brain Runner: How Cinema has Portrayed the Brain and Mental Illness,” in which he will discuss what cinema has taught us (sometimes inaccurately) about mental illnesses, and frame by frame, we will even learn how cinema can be useful in improving our mental health.

If you want to learn more about these activities (and others during Science Week held at different CSIC centers), you can get information through this website:

Open the information for each event to find out how to register for the activity that interests you the most… and enjoy!

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