Respuesta de Ciudad del Saber ante la Covid-19

Training

Journalism and science for the construction of the social network.

June 18, 2021 The journalistic exercise rescues the memory of the territories and evidences their scourges; it weaves relationships between people and gives […]

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Academic entities at the City of Knowledge tell us how the sector has adapted to the pandemic

May 21, 2021 It really did take us by surprise: overnight it was impossible to prevent classrooms from moving to screens. The pandemic […]

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Ayudinga: resilience and passion for quality education for all

May 6, 2021 When Johel Batista was a high school student, he knew wholeheartedly that there had to be another way to learn […]

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Panama Jazz Festival: inspiring, educating, and changing lives through music

January 18, 2021 For 18 years, the Panama Jazz Festival (PJF), one of the most important cultural event in our country, has been […]

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CREASS: a bridge between classroom learning and real life experience

December 16, 2020 It is a well-known fact that health professionals train for several years and constantly, alternating practice and theory. Among other […]

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A conversation with Carlos Jaramillo, Academic and Finance Center Director at IESA

July 7, 2020 Carlos Jaramillo is the Academic and Finance Center Director of IESA, the most internationally recognized school of management in Venezuela, […]

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Service design and innovation

May 12, 2020 Those soup can paintings that Andy Warhol created or that funny scene with Buster Keaton riding a steam engine illustrate […]

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To make a living from music in the era of YouTube and Spotify

March 29, 2020 In recent years, the music industry has experienced an unimaginable mutation. It seems it was ages ago someone paid for […]

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Cartoon Network searches for young talent in the region

February 12, 2020 Since the beginning of the 20th century, cartoons have been an instrument to narrate worlds of adventure, fantastic tales and […]

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A decade of movies for the country’s film industry

July 16, 2019 Jorge Martínez, Coordinator of the School of Audiovisual Arts at Ganexa University points out that “throughout history, Panamanian cinema fought against many factors to be note-worthy. The high costs of equipment, copies and film material for such a small market, were not very viable. ” Despite the difficulties, the industry was resilient and has seen high quality productions in recent decades.

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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 scientific divulgation monologues”, at the City of Knowledge Convention Center.

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A conversation with Carlos Jaramillo, Academic and Finance Center Director at IESA

October 31, 2018 What impact does IESA want to have in Panama? Our goal is to become a relevant local actor. In that sense, we are very focused on creating academic content much more adjusted to local issues.

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We encourage the development of videogames with social impact

September 6, 2018 Because of its connectivity, as well as its political, social and economic stability, Panama was the perfect country for this.

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COPA: At the forefront in training

September 6, 2018 Actualmente en estas facilidades centro se capacitan aproximadamente 1,150 pilotos y 2,200 auxiliares de cabina por año.

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