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ONLINE EVENT PROGRAM 

Calendario in aggiornamento

SUNDAY JANUARY 17 
h. 11.30
Facebook Livestream on Città della Scienza page
“Call them emotions”
Blue Monday is the saddest day of the year and we’ll discover emotions from a scientific point of view!
Adults and children over 7 years
Time: 60’

SUNDAY JANUARY 31st
h. 11.30
Facebook Livestream on Città della Scienza page
“Earthquakes”
For a few months on the pages of newspapers, alongside the news of the Coronavirus SarsCov2 Pandemic, an increasingly disturbing stream of news dedicated to seismic risk has made space. Various tremors have been recorded both in the Italian and European context, which have bounced from one newspaper to another. Today we are lucky enough to talk about it with an expert, who will answer live questions from the audience and clarify what is really happening and if we have to worry or not!
With prof. Aldo Zollo, Professor of Seismology and Signal Analysis at the Federico II University of Naples,

Time 40’

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 7th
h 11.30
Futuro Remoto Event 
“Live from Concordia in Antartica”

FRIDAY  12 FEBBRAIO 2021
h. 3 pm
Facebook Livestream on Città della Scienza page
“Nel nome di Darwin!”
Also this year we are very ready to celebrate Darwin Day! The most important day of the year dedicated to Charles Darwin, natural scientist father of the theory of evolution by natural selection. We will investigate a perhaps known more aspect of his works: the intrinsic connection between the animal and plant world that he demonstrated in his studies on carnivorous plants
Making use of videos made ad hoc, experiments, commented by an expert, we will be able to better understand why this scientist was absolutely unique in his way!
With Guglielmo Maglio, Naturalist, Città della Scienza

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 14
h. 11.30 
Arcobalenando!
Discovering the mysteries of light and the colors that make it up with a lot of creativity, imagination and fun! Take part in our online workshop; prepare all the materials for the small experiments that we will do together. Learning physics has never been so funny!
Online Laboratory
Sponsoring Giotto, Official Color of the Educational Activities of Città della Scienza
With Serena Criscuolo, Scientific Animation and Planetarium of Città della Scienza
Time: 60 ‘

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 19th
h. 6 pm
Book presentation “POSTHUMAN”
With curators Amedeo Amoresano and Giuseppe di Gironimo
Presentation:
Maria Rosaria Lanza
In collaborazion with bookstore IOCISTO

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 21st 
h. 11.30
Facebook Livestream on Città della Scienza page
“First journey to Mars”
We investigate the mysteries of light and the colors that make it up with a lot of creativity, imagination and fun! Take part in our online workshop; prepare all the materials for the small experiments that we will do together. Learning physics has never been this fun!
Online Laboratory
Sponsoring Giotto, Official Color of the Educational Activities of Città della Scienza
With Serena Criscuolo, Scientific Animation and Planetarium of Città della Scienza
Duration 60 ‘

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 21st 
Facebook Livestream on Città della Scienza page
Meeting with Fabrizio Chiodo, ICB / CNR researcher who collaborated in the development of the Cuban vaccine
11.30 am
Vaccine (Cubano) and other stories
Two months after the start of the vaccination campaign in Italy, we take stock of the situation; we will talk about the various vaccines available now and in the future and we will ask ourselves about the reasons for the resistance, by a not negligible slice of the population, to get vaccinated, despite the proven role of vaccines in the fight against diseases.
The guest of Città della Scienza is Fabrizio Chiodo, researcher of the CNR, who will also tell us about his experience in the research group of the Finlay Institute of Havana which has two vaccines in human experimentation against SARS-CoV-2, showing that the research public – even in a developing and “embargoed” country like Cuba – it can achieve the same results as the big drug multinationals.
Led by Luigi Amodio, director of the Science Center of Città della Scienza
Fabrizio Chiodo, graduated in Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Technologies in Palermo in 2008, completed a research doctorate in Spain and worked in the last seven years in various Dutch medical centers, bridging chemistry and immunology. He deals with interactions between pathogens and the immune system, especially in support of, and for the development of, vaccines against infectious diseases.

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