28 September 18:00

Researchers' Night in Catalonia

Scientific Corner: science microtalks at imaginCafé

Scientific Corner is a series of informational microtalks lasting between 8 and 10 minutes to bring cutting-edge research closer to the general public. Researchers will talk about language, artificial intelligence, mathematics, pollution caused by plastic, epigenetics, the prevention of infectious diseases and supercomputing, among other things.


Come and discover the top research conducted in Catalonia alongside the people involved in it! The talks will be in Catalan, Spanish and English, and when they finish there will be 10 minutes to ask questions to each speaker.


The social function of language

Cristina Baus, Center for Brain and Cognition (CBC), Pompeu Fabra University


Chaos: order or lack thereof?

Josep Sardanyés i Cayuela, Centre for Mathematical Research


Results of a pilot plan in the offering HIV test results in outreach activities and checking results online

Cristina Agustí Benito, Centre for Epidemiology Studies on Sexually Transmitted Infections and AIDS in Catalonia


On how the brain implements short-term memory

João Barbosa, Theoretical Neurobiology group, IDIBAPS.


One cell to rule them all

Adrián Villalba, Germans Trias i Pujol Healthcare Research Institute (IGTP)


Portable Fog Water Station for Water-stressed Environments

Cristian Suau, Leitat


Changing Earth's land cover: Can it drive climate change?

Xavier Levine, Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC-CNS)


Artificial intelligence discriminates against the elderly

Andrea Rosales, UOC


Epigenetics: How the cells remember their past?

Marta Kulis, Fundación Clínic


Forensic linguistics against bullying: the trace of words

Roser Giménez, Forensic Linguistics R+D+i Department at en at SQ Laboratory and the University of Barcelona


Illustrating science

Clara Cerviño, Illustraciencia


In search of lost species. Biodiversity and DNA.

Alicia S. Arroyo, Institute of Evolutionary Biology (IBE, CSIC-UPF)


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WHO is WHO in European Science?

Learn for a night about Who is Who in European Science with a new generation of young researchers working in different scientific fields and institutions. Come, ask and participate in our activity jointly organized by different European Innovative Training Networks:

SINGEK - Promoting SINgle cell GEnomics to explore the ecology and evolution of hidden microeukaryotes


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Event organised in collaboration with the World Health Institute of Barcelona (ISGlobal) and the Scientific Communication Association of Catalonia (ACCC).