Conversations and breakfast with scientific women




Alcalá de Henares, MD 28805




It consisted of a round table, moderated by Vanessa Tabernero, Associate Dean of Chemistry in the Faculty of Science, in which leading scientists from different areas of knowledge explained what research in their discipline consists of and what is the path that young people who are interested in science can follow. Afterwards, the students from the Secondary and Baccalaureate courses had the opportunity to chat with these researchers at an open-air lunch held in the Botanical Gardens. This event, chaired by the Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy and Arts, Silvia Gumiel, aims to bring science closer to young people and to insist on two particularly relevant aspects: firstly, the fact that scientific progress cannot be conceived without taking into account all disciplines: We will therefore talk with biologists, chemists and engineers, but also with linguists and archaeologists, among others; secondly, we will have the opportunity to learn that transversality is emerging as a major need.