Scientific cafes that will teach you about bats and ecology

For years he Ecology and Biodiversity Institute He conducts interesting free workshops, such as bird watching in Santiago parks or ecology classes for children.

The pandemic and the new era of streaming activities did not diminish these types of successful events that have been held since 2015. In fact, this Wednesday the 19th their entertaining will return Scientific Cafes, in its sixth edition.

These are seven talks that will be held between March and August, and that will deal with different topics, such as Chilean bats, ecology, native pollinators, among several others that will be accompanied by a steaming cup of coffee.

Always at 7 p. M. you can connect to this conversation carried out by different experts through Zoom. Of course, before you will have to enroll in the following Link.

Details of some talks in the Scientific Cafes

The talk that will start the cycle of Scientific Cafes is Chilean bats and it will be dictated by Renzo Vargas, the Doctor of Science mention Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.

There, he also the director of the Program for the Conservation of Bats of Chile will explain everything about this national species that controls insects.

It will last between 60 and 90 minutes, the same as that of Ecology in more flammable times, which will be given by Susana Paula (June 16), PhD in Natural Resources and Environment from the University of Cádiz, Spain.

Meanwhile, on Wednesday 30 of the same scientists Cristián Delpiano, Juan Ovalle and Alejandra Miranda will talk about the sclerophyllous forest in crisis.

Learn more about this activity organized in conjunction with the Municipality of Providencia, in the Institute instagram.

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