The Director of CECC, Professor Peter Hanenberg, presented 4Cs at CARE - CAtólica REsearch -, Campus UCP Foz, in Oporto.
The 2nd CARE event counted with the participation of the Universidade Católica's Rector, Professor Isabel Capeloa Gil and Professor Maria da Graça Carvalho, member of the European Commission.
March 27, Auditório Carvalho Guerra | UCP | Centro Regional do Porto
Universidade Católica Portuguesa (UCP), in the frame of the Research and Development activity - CARE (CAtólica REsearch), promotes the second Meeting of CARE. This year the event is part of the 4oth anniversary of the University in the city of Oporto.
Inviting its 15 R&D Institutions from the Universidade Católica Portuguesa - Braga, Lisbon, Oporto and Viseu to participate, CARE intends to foster the sharing of activities, projects, experiences and visions about scientific research in the context of the strategic lines defined for the UCP in a strong alignment with national and international (in particular European) initiatives. Addressing topics such as smart specialization, open science, circular economics, social economy, the importance of science, art and culture in society, ethics in science, the humanization of an increasingly technological society, and with a special focus on the theme proposed for this year's edition, which is the "Communication of Science and Culture".
10h15 - Opening
Isabel Capeloa Gil | Universidade Católica Portuguesa Rector
10h30 - Keynote Speaker
Maria da Graça Carvalho | European Comission
11h15 - Coffee Break
11h30 - Debate panel on "Communication of Science and Culture"
Moderation: Célia Manaia | UCP - CRP
Ana Noronha | Ciência Viva
Eduardo Cintra | UCP - FCH
Fátima Dias e Emanuel Carvalho | British Council - FameLab
João Vasconcelos | Canal 180
Rui Massena | Conductor and musician
13h00 - Lunch
13h45 – I&D Units Presentation - Universidade Católica Portuguesa
15h45 - Coffee Break
16h00 - Keynote Speaker
Paulo Ferrão | President of the Board of Directors of the Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia
16h45 - Final notes
Luís Gustavo Martins | Universidade Católica Portuguesa Vice-Rector