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By presenting 11 videos that showcased the science work of the Ensenada campus, UABC has collaborated for the fifth year in a row on Science Night, where experiments, workshops, tours, labs, and literature take place in virtual form for a 2.5-hour distance.
According to information provided by the Autonomous University of Baja California (UABC), the September 11 event across Facebook Live platforms and Cicese’s YouTube channel, has racked up more than 2,000 views on Facebook and 1,156 on YouTube.
A bridge of knowledge
Science Night is a space that creates a bridge between researchers and society in general, where the opportunity to show the diversity of scientific knowledge that is created within classrooms and laboratories, affecting different areas.
For example, the common science college? Perspective on the natural sciences? with Professors Researcher Aldo Guevara, Guillermo Romero, and José Delgadillo; In addition to the exact sciences perspective, with Juan Tapia, José Angel Gonzalez, Adrian Inchizo and Eloisa del Carmen García Canseco.
While the College of Marine Sciences offered sustainable “totabas” under the supervision of academics Conal True, Lus López, Samuel Sánchez, Gerardo Sandoval and Luis Enríquez; Plus “The Story Behind Climate: A Changing Planet” by Violetta Fernandez, Carla Mejia and Gabriela Arrigoyen.
By the Ocean Research Institute, the capsule, ‘Monitoring of kelp forests and marine heat waves in Baja California’, was projected by researchers Rodrigo Pez, Julio Lorde, Alicia Abadia, Jose Zepeda, Daniel Diaz and Luis Malpica Cruz. ; Furthermore, Laura Lopez, Sheila Castellanos, Gabriel Correa and Filiberto Nunez presented the video “Aquaculture of Marine Species in Baja California”.
For the Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Design, academics Jorge Octavio Mata and Ulises Tamayo Perez spoke about nanotechnology, while the academic body for the design and development of products and services spoke about the application of PLC-HMI controllers to railways. systems??.
In the same way, the College of Administrative and Social Sciences put forward the talk about social and administrative sciences, what are they and what do they do???????????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????
The College of Health Sciences also intervened with the video “Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment of Diseases”, in which physicians Fabiola Flores Monseves, Yanis Toledano Magaña, Juan Carlos García Ramos and Raquel Muniz Salazar participated.
Science Night is an event organized in collaboration with Cicese, UABC, UNAM, the Caracol Museum of Science and the State Secretariat for Culture, which seeks to show the part of the community of study areas, laboratories and equipment that makes research and teaching possible.
The event, which took place on September 11 across Facebook Live platforms and the Cicese YouTube channel, scored more than 2,000 views on Facebook and 1,156 on YouTube.