THE CAJAL INSTITUTE
Research support unit
The Scientific Culture Unit of the Cajal Institute is in charge of supporting and promoting activities to disseminate both the scientific knowledge generated within the CSIC and its associated centers. The objective of this unit is to improve the culture, knowledge and training of citizens in neuroscience.
What does the Scientific Culture Unit of the Cajal Institute do?
It carries out outreach activities to promote neuroscientific culture among citizens, participating in national and international events such as
- Women’s and Girls’ Day in Science, Brain Week or Researchers’ Night.
- Communicates the scientific productivity of the Cajal Institute
You can see some of his past activities here https://institutocajal.blogspot.com/
Neuroscience Research Center dependent on the CSIC. Founded in 1920 and initially directed by Santiago Ramón y Cajal. World reference in the study of the brain. Custodian of the Cajal Legacy.