Science ECUSA & Cervantes is a program for the promotion of scientific and technological culture, organized by the Cervantes Institute and ECUSA (Spanish Scientists in the U.S.), and composed of a series of monthly meetings that deal with current topics and of high scientific or technological interest presented in a didactic and affordable way for the general public, and with the vocation of bringing to society the latest advances and developments in science.
Spanish Scientists in the USA (ECUSA) is a non-profit organization for science and technology professionals with an affinity for Spain in the United States that was created in 2014 by volunteers with the aim of promoting and disseminating the role of science, technology and its professionals. ECUSA also aspires to educate, inspire and train a new generation of scientists and researchers as well as to create a network of contacts, expand its professional opportunities and integration into local communities.
Organized in collaboration with Science ECUSA https://www.ecusa.es/, and with the support of The Chicago Council on Science and Technology - https://www.c2st.org/events/
Presentation followed by a 15 minutes discussion with Verónica Fuentes Adrián, SINC editor www.agenciasinc.es, Fundación Española para la Ciencia y la Tecnología, and 10 minutes Q&A