The second Biennial focused on the concept of limits and brought together a total of 138 speakers from the world of research, dissemination, thought and the arts who, together with citizens, reflected openly on knowledge and were able to explore science in all its dimensions.
The 2023 edition is the third City & Science Biennial. You can relive the best moments of the previous editions by exploring its archive of videos and photos that you will find on the corresponding websites.
Can science help us to resolve our concerns? Is scientific knowledge accessible to everyone? What dilemmas arise from the relationship between science, the market and public authorities? How can we ensure that everything that is publicly invested in science is used for progress and social transformation?