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Cá Dentro | Inside - Neuroscience for big brains and smaller ones

  1. Date: May 12, 2017. 17:00
    Location: CCU Auditorium

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    Participation is free, but Registration is required.

    Cá Dentro – As neurociências para cérebros grandes e mais pequeninos

    No dia 12 de maio, o auditório do Centro Champalimaud abrirá as suas portas a todos aqueles que têm curiosidade em explorar o mais fascinante e misterioso dos órgãos: o cérebro.

    Entre as 17h00 e as 20h00 haverá tempo para atividades, jogos, desafios e conversas, naquela que será uma tarde de celebração das neurociências, para cérebros grandes e mais pequeninos (idades-alvo: 8-15 anos).

    O programa contará com a presença de neurocientistas do Centro Champalimaud e autores da editora Planeta Tangerina.

    Programa:
    17h-18h No Átrio do Auditório – Jogos e Laboratórios para Descobrir o Cérebro
    18h-19h No Auditório – À conversa com neurocientistas na companhia de um livro
    19h-20h No Átrio do Auditório – Jogos e Laboratórios para Descobrir o Cérebro

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    Cá Dentro | Inside – Neuroscience for big brains and smaller ones

    On May 12, the Auditorium at the Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown will open its doors to everyone interested in exploring the most mysterious of all organs: the brain.

    From 5p.m. to 8p.m., there will be time for activities, games, challenges and conversations in what will be a celebration of neuroscience for big brains and smaller ones. (Target ages 8-15).

    Participants in the programme include neuroscientists from the Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown and authors from the publishing house Planeta Tangerina, who promise that our brains won’t easily forget this celebration!

    Programme:
    5p.m. – 6p.m.: Outside the Auditorium – Games and Laboratories to discover the brain
    6p.m. – 7p.m.: Inside the Auditorium – A conversation with neuroscientists around a book
    7p.m. – 8p.m.: Outside the Auditorium – Games and Laboratories to discover the brain