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

The third season of the course will begin broadcasting on Tuesday, October 5 on ABRA TV. The Higher University Diploma in Public Science Communication from the Faculty of Social Sciences is involved in production and the delivery will be in charge of a Research Professor from FACSO.

“Ciencia x Científicxs” is a proposal for the scientific publication of Turn on the TV, the audiovisual content platform of the National University of the Provincial Center of Buenos Aires, which aims to highlight the scientific contribution of UNICEN for the lasting construction of a better society. It provides a perspective that seeks to bring diagnostics and scientific and technological solutions closer to decision-making and public policy design.

Within this framework, the course presents interviews, reports and news on science and technology linked specifically to the UNICEN host cities, such as Tandil, Olavarría, Azul and Quequén.

The third edition of the course will begin on Tuesday, October 5, led by Mag. Maria Victoria Innes, teacher and researcher at the Faculty of Social Sciences and member of the Observatory on Media, Citizenship and Democracy (FACSO-UNICEN). During course production, the Higher University Diploma in Public Science Communication participates from the Faculty of Social Sciences (UNICEN), together with the Secretariat for Science, Arts and Technology (SECAT-UNICEN) and the CONICET Tandil Science and Technology Centre.

It will be broadcast every Tuesday from 8:30 pm on channel 29.1 of TDA and will be uploaded to the platforms Facebook social networking site And Youtube by AbraTV.

By proposing “science x scientists,” in the words of Mag. Ennis, he seeks to “appreciate the research and technological and scientific developments that are made in our university and that are ours, and that is why we have to care because they talk about us and seek to solve our problems by always appealing to public policies that we hope are derived from those diagnoses or from those possible solutions that Science suggests it.

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