From the IMDEA Water Institute we propose you to become a scientist for a day. For this, we have prepared different workshops in which you will be able to know what the work of the researchers consists of, the benefits they bring to society and their impact on everyday life.
All this will happen on September 27, 2019, the day that celebrates the European Researchers' Night 2019.
Through different experiments you can discover the benefits that are obtained when we use nature to purify the wastewater we generate.
In addition, you will know the importance of protecting biodiversity in our rivers and lakes while participating in an interactive game, sampling and visualizing through the microscope the organisms that live in the water.
But there is more. The exclusive "Plastic-hunters" Team is looking for new members for its latest mission: seawater operation. Do you want to help them recycle the plastics found in the most remote and unexpected places?
Are you going to miss it?
All workshops will take place on September 27, 2019 at IMDEA Agua, located at Avenida Point Com nº2 of Alcalá de Henares, between 6 pm and 9 pm. More information for each activity is indicated below:
|Plastic-hunters: seawater operation|
|Time: 18, 19 and 20 h.||Time: 18, 19 and 20 h.||Time: 18, 19 and 20 h.|
|For the general public, children and youth||For the general public. Also suitable for children||For the general public|
|Partial accessibility for people with reduced mobility||Total accessibility for people with reduced mobility||Partial accessibility for people with reduced mobility|
How to make the reservation: Reserve the activities starting September 17 at 09:00. Reservations via the email email@example.com. Reservations at each workshop will be made by order of receipt of the mails and only from the date of registration start.
The European Researchers' Night of Madrid is a scientific dissemination project, which has been held simultaneously in 340 European cities since 2005. In the Community of Madrid, it is promoted by the Ministry of Education and Research and coordinated by the Madri+d Foundation. This project of the European Researchers' Night of Madrid is funded by the European Commission under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions, under the Grant Agreement number 818.528.