Specialists will talk with the public to resolve their doubts in “Open Science”, every Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. through the Facebook, Instagram and Youtube of the Explora Los Ríos Project of the Ministry of Science, Technology, Knowledge and Innovation.
It’s about the cycle Open Science which will present scientific topics every Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. through the social networks of the Explora Los Ríos Project of the Ministry of Science, Technology, Knowledge and Innovation, creating a meeting place between specialists and the public. Four conferences will be presented in September, always live at 6:00 p.m.
On Wednesday, September 1, Dr. Rodrigo Arias Inostroza, Director of the Doctorate in Agricultural Sciences at the Austral University of Chile will present “How are the cows ?: Some are fat and others are skinny.” In this talk, you will review the role of animal production, especially the questions that these processes receive, as well as the benefits they deliver to humans.
On September 8, it will be the turn of “Super discoveries !!! The Pilauco archeopaleontological site “ with the Academician of the Institute of Earth Sciences of the Austral University of Chile, Dr. Mario Pino Quivira. The archaeological sites Pilauco and Los Notros will be the protagonists of the talk with records of human footprints, fossils and extraterrestrial materials.
For Wednesday 15 the talk “Fungi and plants: a story of diversity and balance” by Dr. Erika Briceño Ponce, where the roles of fungi for plants, in the life of a forest or in the cycle of plants, will be presented, managing to maintain the balance of the ecosystem.
At the end of the month, Dr. Sara Rodríguez from the Institute of Marine and Limnological Sciences UACh will present “Puppets on the beach: Interactions between crabs, seagulls and parasites”. There he will present the objective of parasites in marine species and the interactions between species.
The Explore Los Ríos Project also Registration is open to share with the community specialists in the areas of innovation and humanities, from your website www.explora.cl/rios.