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The City of Knowledge Foundation vibrates in tune with the Panama Jazz Festival

January 15, 2020 “We want to promote a fair, participatory and cheerful society. That’s what the Festival is all about and that is what excites us every […]

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RED meetings: collectively constructing knowledge

December 4, 2019 A hectic daily agenda and a permanent flow of information through the computer and the telephone. This is the day to day of the […]

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#WeAreTheSame

November 26, 2019 All human beings are made up of experiences, feelings, lessons learned and struggles; for that reason, #WeAreTheSame. Why do people migrate? What forces drive […]

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Federico Mayor Zaragoza: on the 20 years of the City of Knowledge

November 20, 2019 At the old Fort Clayton, the dream for which Ascanio Arosemena gave his life has taken place: Transforming barracks into classrooms, having students instead […]

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The journey of recyclable solid waste at CdS Collection Center

November 12, 2019 Have you ever wondered if the materials you leave at recycling points are really repurposed? Have you wondered if your heroic act of separating […]

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An interview with Santiago Paz, Head of IOM’s Administrative Center

November 7, 2019 Created in 1951 and, in alliance with the United Nations since 2016, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) is the main intergovernmental organization in […]

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Amador Goodridge: “It is possible to do science in Panama, but it’s important to get to a sense of the country’s reality first”

October 29, 2019 Gabrielle Britton and Amador Goodridge have in common a passion for science, as well as a genuine mutual admiration on a professional and personal […]

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Conservatorio: a real estate business in support of socially diverse communities

October 16, 2019 When Conservatorio, a company devoted to sustainable urban revitalization in Panama City’s Casco Antiguo received its B-Corp certification two years ago, the company formally […]

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Mangrove study results revealed

October 1, 2019 Recently, the results of the Study and Monitoring of the Mangroves of the Bay of Panama were made known at the facilities of the […]

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Mushroom cultivation generates employment and local development

September 24, 2019 Near Playa Leona in the district of La Chorrera, one can find the first plant in Panama growing portobello, crimini and champignon edible mushrooms, […]

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The value of historical interpretation: Getting to know the City of Knowledge from a Panamanian perspective

September 3, 2019 To walk in the City of Knowledge campus is to witnesses firsthand how its 120 hectares have been transformed. Today, there are classrooms where […]

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Recycling, resocialization and reinsertion: how a penitentiary is giving new meaning to the 3Rs

August 21, 2019 When human development is a priority and caring for the environment is a non-negotiable goal, a unique formula for a sustainable project occurs; this […]

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Meet El Lunario, a family cultural center that promotes inclusion

August 7, 2019 El Lunario Cultural Center recently opened at the City of Knowledge. It settled with all its good vibes and promises to introduce rhythm to […]

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Reforestation at City of Knowledge Park

July 24, 2019 “Imagine if trees gave WiFi, everyone would plant trees like crazy and we would end up with deforestation. It is a pity that they […]

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A decade of movies for the country’s film industry

July 16, 2019 “Studying cinema is to reflect. It is said that an auteur film is the X-ray of its creator’s mind”, Jorge Martínez, Coordinator of the […]

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Biodiversity makes its way at the City of Knowledge

June 25, 2019 Four vulnerable species of flora, eight species of mammals protected by law and ten species of endangered birds are just a sample of the […]

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A conversation with “The Brain Snatcher”

June 18, 2019 When Pere Estupinyà talks science, his face lights up. Estupinyà is a trained biochemist who has become a science communicator and a well-known lecturer […]

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Being a woman or being a certain age are not impediments to reaching success as an entrepreneur

May 20, 2019 [vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Luz Mendoza is the founder of  iMuni, a free mobile app that helps keep record of one’s vaccinations, as well as one’s family’s; in […]

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Panama brings together science communicators from Latin America and the Caribbean

April 23, 2019 Science is everywhere. It is part of our daily life: from cooking and cultivating the garden, to recycling and interpreting the daily weather forecast, […]

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Learning to communicate science with Bardo Científico

March 25, 2019 On March 15 and 16, 2019, the group of Uruguayan scientific monologists “Bardo Científico”, held the workshop “The scientist on stage: how to do […]

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