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Naukas Donostia

Naukas Donostia, this time organised in collaboration with the DIPC.
Naukas Donostia

On Saturday 19th May 2018, the historic Victoria Eugenia Theatre in San Sebastian was the venue for one of the Naukas events organised in collaboration with Origami the DIPC: Naukas Donostia, from small to big.

Prestigious scientists and acclaimed science popularisers took us on a journey through the scales of the Universe, from nanotechnology to the largest objects we know.

This walk through the scales and sizes of the Universe was divided into two morning and afternoon sessions with a total of 12 talks that completed the Naukas Donostia programme:

Saturday 19th May – Morning sessions (10 a.m.-1 p.m.)
10.00–10.05 a.m. – Presentation of the event
10.05–10.30 a.m. – Pedro Miguel Etxenike – From small to large. From the simple to the complex.
10.30–10.55 a.m.– Juan José Gómez Cádenas – The sublime utility of the useless neutrinos.
10.55–11.20 a.m. – Sara Barja – Origami 10 raised to the 9th power
11.20–11.45 a.m. – Break
11.45–12.10 p.m. – Javier Aizpurua – To see or not to see, that is the question
12.10–12.35 p.m. – Ignacio López Goñi – They live in communes, are gossipy and very promiscuous
12.35–1.00 p.m. – Almudena M. Castro - Small, big and terrifying sounds.

Saturday 19th May – Afternoon session (5-8 p.m.)
5–5.05 p.m. – Presentation
5.05–5.30 p.m.– Juan Ignacio Pérez – Large and small
5.30–5.55 p.m. – Aran García Lekue – Surf: science and serendipity
5.55–6.20 p.m. – Ricardo Hueso – Planetary diversity
6.20–6.45 p.m. – COFFEE BREAK
6.45–7.10 p.m. – Beatriz Sevilla – What's that fuzzy thing in the sky?
7.10–7.35 p.m. – Miguel Santander – My God, it's full of Galaxies!
7.35–8 p.m. – Natalia Ruiz and Manuel González – From small to big: the summary

As usual, admission was free until the venue was full.