Hospital de Sant Pau hosted the annual meeting of Escolab program

Researchers and teachers gathered to hear the news that the Escolab program has incorporated in this course 2014-2015

Hospital de Sant Pau hosted the meetings between teachers and researchers involved in the program "Escolab: laboratory into school". The event was presented by the Director of Educational Development in Education Institute Marleny Colmenares and the Director of Creativity and Innovation in Culture Institute Inés Garriga.
 

Diana Escobar, head of the Barcelona Science program presented new developments and indicators of the program. One of the novelties presented at the meeting was the new Escolab's website by Bruna Escobar, who took the opportunity to announce that this will be her last edition as program coordinator.
 

Previously, attendees had the opportunity to hear Dr. Jaume Kulisevsky, Director of the Institute for Biomedical Research in Hospital de Sant Pau, who gave them a very interesting presentation on research in Parkinson's disease.
 

After the session attendees made an artistic and cultural tour of the Modernist Precinct Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau, designed by architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner and declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 1997.
 

Escolab offers more than 100 activities by 50 research centers aimed at students in secondary school. These activities are related to science and technology, but also to humanities, architecture, business innovation, journalism, social sciences, education and sports science.

Publication date: Tuesday, 20 January 2015
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