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Lluís Montoliu and Rosa Menéndez to speak in Pamplona on rare diseases and the role of women in science

The conferences, open to the public, will take place on Tuesday, March 26 and Wednesday, March 27 at the University of Navarra.

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25/03/19 14:40 Laura Juampérez

The science popularizer Lluís Montoliu and the president of the CSIC, Rosa Menéndez, will participate on Tuesday 26 and Wednesday 27 in the "Science open to others" series at the University of Navarra. The event has been organized by a group of students of the high school Mayor Belagua at partnership with the Science Museum of the academic center.

The first talk, entitled "We are all mutants: researching rare diseases", will be held on Tuesday, March 26 at 19.45 h. at auditorium of the C.M.Belagua. It will be given at position by Lluís Montoliu, researcher of the National Center of Biotechnology CNB-CSIC and author of knowledge dissemination books such as Editando genes: recorta, pega y colorea.

On Wednesday 27th at 7 p.m., at the auditorium of Sciences Building (Hexagon Building), there will be a roundtable entitled "Women in science: how far can they go?In this discussion, organized in partnership with the group Women for Science and Technology of the University of Navarra, will participate the president of the CSIC, Rosa Menéndez; the president of the Spanish Society of Oncology (SEOM), Ruth Vera; María José Calasanz, scientific co-director of the CIMA University of Navarra; and Pilar Lostao, professor of Physiology and Vice President of Relations of the academic center.

Both the talk and roundtable are free and open to the public.