If you love science and miss a cold beer, you’ve got a date on Friday July 21, 8:30 p.m., at the Mercado de Abastos de Montilla. This is the new version of Cerve-ciencia, a proposal that combines scientific gatherings with beer as an alternative to a “cultural and innovative” evening in Montilla.
The science of beer It is an event organized by the cultural delegation of the Montilla City Council in collaboration with AMDIC, the Montella Association for the Publication of Research and Science (AMDIC) Championship Taste beer infused with a discussion about science and research.
The poster for the 2023 edition, which takes place on the top floor of the Mercado de Abastos starting at 8:30 p.m., announces three speakers to speak and learn about very diverse topics such as Heritage, Robotics and Biotechnology.
The person in charge of raising the curtain will be Professor of Modern History at the University of Cordoba (UCO) María Soledad Gómez Navarro, with a research paper entitled Beer, taxes, heritage and research. What relationship do you think they have? Enrique Paredes Sanchez, student of electronics, robotics and mechatronics at the University of Malaga, will continue to talk about android vs. beer. The final fight Finally, biochemist Carlos Navarro Laguna, of the University of California, suggested speaking with an address With so many bugs, we’re out of beer, so what can we do?
The ability to participate in Cerve-ciencia 2023 is limited. Registration is possible for free at www.amdicmontilla.com