Participation of the FACSO in the new cycle of “Science x Scientists”

On Tuesday, October 5, the third season of the cycle will begin to be broadcast on ABRA TV. The Higher University Diploma in Public Communication of Science from the Faculty of Social Sciences participates in the production and the conduction will be in charge of a research professor from the FACSO.

“Ciencia x Científicxs” is a proposal for scientific dissemination of OPEN TV, the audiovisual content platform of the National University of the Center of the Province of Buenos Aires, which aims to make visible the scientific contribution of UNICEN for the permanent construction of a better society. It provides a perspective that seeks to bring scientific and technological diagnoses and solutions closer to decision-making and the design of public policies.

In this framework, the cycle offers interviews, reports and news on Science and Technology particularly linked to the host cities of UNICEN, such as Tandil, Olavarría, Azul and Quequén.

The third edition of the cycle will begin on Tuesday, October 5 and will be led by Mag. María Victoria Ennis, teacher and researcher at the Faculty of Social Sciences and member of the Observatory of Media, Citizenship and Democracy (FACSO-UNICEN). While in the production of the cycle the Higher University Diploma in Public Communication of Science of the Faculty of Social Sciences (UNICEN) participates, together with the Secretariat of Science, Art and Technology (SECAT-UNICEN) and the CONICET Tandil Scientific Technological Center .

The broadcasts will be carried out every Tuesday from 8.30 pm on channel 29.1 of the TDA and will be loaded on the platforms of Facebook and Youtube by AbraTV.

See also  The Trelew campus of the University has space problems, but works are planned to facilitate daily operations

Through the proposal of “Science x Scientists”, in the words of Mag. Ennis, it seeks to “value the research and technological and scientific developments that are carried out in our university and that are for us, which is why we have to care because they talk about us and seek to solve our problems by always appealing to the public policies that we hope are derived from those diagnoses or from those possible solutions that science proposes ”.

Myrtle Frost

"Reader. Evil problem solver. Typical analyst. Unapologetic internet ninja."

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Back to top