Outreach activities

Science and technology are part of our cultural heritage, demanding the attention of citizens.
Within the program of Social Communication of Science, the CBMSO participates in multiple activities.

Among others: guided visits troughout the scientific-technical departments for pre-university students -activity in which our Center is a pioneer in Spain-; Several courses for teaching professionals; specific programs such as the 4th ESO + company of the Community of Madrid, or that for Finalist Students of the Spanish Biology Olympiad; diverses activities - chats, workshops – during the international Science Week; participation in several outreach activities during scientific culture Fairs; seminars of scientific divulgation in Centers, Colleges or Institutes of pre-university education -mainly during the celebration of Cultural Weeks-. Likewise, due to the excellence of its research and the scientific divulgation capacity of some of its members, the CBMSO has a long tradition of collaboration and participation in multiple Media: Press, Radio, Television or Digital.

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José Antonio López Guerrero
Department director
Almudena Hernando
Manager
Begoña Aguado
Elena Campos
Margarita Del Val
Mar Ruiz
Noemí Tabanera
Collaborators
Visitas guiadas

VISITAS GUIADAS AL CBMSO - CURSO 2019/20

Las visitas guiadas al CBMSO están concebidas exclusivamente para alumnos de

2º DE BACHILLERATO
Y
FP GRADO SUPERIOR -RAMA SANITARIA-

Tras una presentación-proyección en el Salón de Actos, los servicios principales a visitar serán: Microscopía electrónica; Citofluorimetría; Genómica; Departamento de Desarrollo y Regeneración, además de otros cuartos y salas comunes.

PLAZO DE SOLICITUD DEL 16 AL 30 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019

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El número de visitas concertadas con el CBMSO son de 15 por curso académico (30 alumnos por visita). Es imprescindible que el Centro nos comunique el número exacto de alumnos que van a asistir ya que si es un grupo reducido, podrán hacer la visita varios Centros Educativos conjuntamente hasta completar los 30 alumnos. De esta forma, tratamos de favorecer al mayor número posible de Centros visitantes.

CÓMO LLEGAR AL CBMSO

PREVIAMENTE A LA VISITA ROGAMOS la visualización del vídeo "Tesis de Rebeca" en el apartado de vídeos.

Para cualquier consulta: ccientifica(at)cbm.csic.es

Documental "Dentro de la célula / Inside the cell"

La tesis de Rebeca (2004)

¿De que están hechas las células?

¿Cómo se crea una célula a partir de otra célula?

¿Cómo convierten las células los alimentos en energía?

¿Por qué tenemos tantos tipos de células en nuestro cuerpo?

¿Cómo obtenemos células tan distintas con un único material genético?

¿Cuál es el lenguaje de las células?

¿Cómo se defienden las células y cómo defienden a nuestro organismo?

¿Por qué mueren las células?

Vídeo 25 aniversario CBMSO (2001)

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Virus: Ni vivos ni muertos (José Antonio López Guerrero) Ed. Guadalmazán. 2018

«En solo unas décadas, los virus han pasado de ser considerados subproductos de la evolución, a situarse para muchos en el centro de las teorías evolutivas sobre los orígenes de la vida en nuestro planeta». Albert Bosch, presidente de la Sociedad Española de Virología.

Conoce el apasionante mundo de la virología y descubre las proezas de los seres fronterizos más extraordinarios de la naturaleza.

¿Son los virus el eslabón perdido entre el mundo inerte y los seres vivos? ¿Cuál es su origen? ¿Cómo se descubrieron? ¿Qué estrategias siguen para perpetuarse? ¿Son todos los virus seres deleznables? ¿Han influido en la evolución del ser humano, de animales o de plantas? ¿Se relacionan de alguna forma con las bacterias? ¿Cuánto tiempo y en qué condiciones son capaces de «sobrevivir»?

Este libro es una guía imprescindible para realizar el fabuloso viaje a través de la Virología, y conocer la historia natural de los principales patógenos que nos acechan, las terapias antivíricas de última generación, e incluso otros temas de candente actualidad científica relacionados con otros microorganismos como las bacterias, los protozoos o los nematodos. Con un lenguaje sencillo y riguroso, el profesor de Microbiología José Antonio López «JAL», célebre por su espacio radiofónico «Entre Probetas», nos desvela un mundo tan desconocido como fascinante para los amantes de la ciencia y la naturaleza.

«Las últimas investigaciones sobre los virus contadas con el rigor y desenfado característicos de JAL. Un libro imprescindible sobre estos seres en la frontera de lo vivo y lo inerte». Manuel Seara Valero, director del programa A Hombros de Gigantes, RNE.

«Virólogo y comunicador, JAL nos presenta con un lenguaje directo, ameno y desenfadado una amplia panorámica sobre la compleja y fascinante disciplina que es la Virología». Albert Bosch, presidente de la SEV.

«JAL. Jovial, amistoso y listo. O lo que es lo mismo, optimista, leal e inteligente. Una bella persona dotada con un extraordinario sentido del humor comparable a su capacidad para transmitir de forma amena su conocimiento en algo que pueda resultar tan árido —todavía— como la ciencia. Incluida la neurovirología que, para alguno de nosotros, puede resultar tan inexplicable como su gentilicio: esparragalejano». Alberto Martínez Arias. Director de Informativos de RNE.

«El autor combina su amplia y dilatada experiencia, como profesor e investigador científico en virología, con su enorme capacidad divulgadora, presentándonos en este libro la enorme y fascinante complejidad de los virus con un lenguaje asequible, y no exento de rigor científico». Manuel Fresno Escudero, catedrático de Microbiología de la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.

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Mar
2020

18:30
Día Internacional de la Mujer 2020 - Conociendo a una gran cientíca española, Margarita Salas

Las investigadoras Covadonga Alonso y Margarita del Val nos hablarán de los retos y descubrimientos de esta gran científica española fallecida recientemente.

Librería Liberespacio (Cómo llegar) | Para todos los públicos a partir de 9 años. Entrada libre hasta completar aforo | PDF

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