He school recess in the city and province of Buenos Aires is a good opportunity to get to know -or rediscover- two spaces for the dissemination of public knowledge, free of charge and of high quality: technopolisthe largest exhibition of art, science and technology in Latin America.
In its Villa Martelli property, and the Cultural Center of Science (C3), an interdisciplinary laboratory for the creation and exchange of ideas and scientific knowledge, in the Technological Scientific Pole Delaware Palermo.
Tecnópolis 12: The mega-exhibition of Art, Science and Technology returned with innovation and entertainment
40 years of democracy: a space about the main milestones of Argentine science during these decades, with a search for interactive technologies and a scenographic impact
Science in motion: experiments and games of mathematics, chemistry, physics and astrophysics for all ages.
dinosaur land: a classic of the fair, with a tour of trails with more than 30 species of animatronic dinosaurs, to which is added a workshop on the most famous of all, the tyrannosaurus rex.
imagination: a proposal dedicated to the dissemination of robotics, programming, artificial intelligence and nanotechnology. There will be a workshop to assemble robots with scrap remains and another on the anatomy of the human hand.
Winter holidays in the City: more than 200 proposals in 15 days to enjoy with the family
Invasion of dinosaurs in C3
- The play “A tyrannosaurus takes up a lot of space”, recommended for ages six and up, revolves around a family that tries to resolve their conflicts by adopting a Tyrannosaurus and invites us to think about the dangers of tyrannies.
- He paleoart workshop It will focus on learning about fossils, the characteristics of different types of dinosaurs, and the reconstruction of their appearance by scientists and artists.
- Not everything will revolve around those beasts. The proposal also includes workshops to create interactive drawings, animations with light and 3D printed figures.
Winter holidays: 20 proposals for the little ones