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The 2020 edition of “Scienza ad ore sei” has wrapped up

July 1, 2020

The five events of the science café series can still be viewed on Youtube

Last Tuesday, June 30, the 2020 edition of “Scienza ad ore sei” wrapped up with the latest meeting dedicated to the brain and neuroscience. The series of science cafés with the researchers of the University of Trento, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Fondazione Edmund Mach and MUSE-Museum of Science, had been organized as part of the “STAR science communicators” call with the contribution of the Autonomous Province of Trento.

Unlike the previous two editions, which were held live at the MUSE café, this year’s cycle was held entirely online due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The spirit of the initiative, however, remained unchanged: once again “Scienza ad ore sei” represented an informal space for discussion between those who do research and the public, which had the opportunity to discuss with and ask questions to the speakers through comments on the social platforms (Facebook and Youtube) that broadcast the five episodes.

This year’s topics ranged from food to the environment, quantum technology, cyberbullying, neuroscience. The participation of the public, despite the new format, was excellent both from the numbers point of view and from interaction: in all five events saw questions and curiosities for the experts, who were always ready to discuss with the audience.

All episodes have been recorded and will remain permanently available on  the “Scienze ad ore sei” Facebook and Youtube pages.Please see the full playlist below.


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