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Explain it like I’m 5 – Ivo de Medeiros Varzielas

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Which things are things made of? - 15:00

Which things are things made of?

Saturday, December 12th 2020, Ivo de Medeiros Varzielas, researcher at Centre for Theoretical Particle Physics (CFTP(  will help us answer this question.

Please send us your questions ahead of time to explicame@tecnico.ulisboa.pt or join us live on Facebook.

Explain it like I’m 5 – talks at Técnico for children and other curious people of all ages” is designed for young people opening a door to get to know Técnico research and the possibility to ask our scientists a question- even at a distance. Older people can come as well, if the children let them.

Saturdays, every two weeks, live on Facebook. The talks can be watched later.

Which things are things made of?
12th December, 15:00
Ivo de Medeiros Varzielas, Centre for Theoretical Particle Physics, CFTP

Next talk

  • 19th December, 15:00
    Gonçalo Figueira, Institute for Plasmas and Nuclear Fusion, IPFN

Previous talks

  • 23rd May, 11:00
    What if I want to build a robot? | Video – Ep.1
    Isabel Ribeiro, Institute for Systems and Robotics, ISR Lisboa
  • 6th June, 11:00
    Is zero an odd or even number? | Video – Ep.2
    Ana Moura Santos, Center for Functional Analysis, Linear Structures and Applications, CEAFEL
  • 20th June, 11:00
    Does the Universe have an end? | Video – Ep.3
    Pedro Abreu, Laboratory of Instrumentation and Experimental Particle Physics, LIP
  • 4th July, 11:00
    Does air belong to all of us? | Video – Ep.4
    Marta Almeida, Center for Nuclear Sciences and Technologies, C2TN
  • 18th July, 11:00
    Is there life in other planets? | Video – Ep.5
    Zita Martins, Centro de Química Estrutural, CQE
  • 5th September, 11:00
    Can machines think? | Video – Ep.6
    Arlindo Oliveira, Instituto de Engenharia de Sistemas e Computadores, Investigação e Desenvolvimento em Lisboa, INESC-ID
  • 19th September, 11:00
    Can a cat make a computer run faster? | Video – Ep.7
    Yasser Omar, Instituto de Telecomunicações, IT
  • 3rd October, 11:00
    What is space made of? | Video – Ep.8
    Ricardo Schiappa, Center for Mathematical Analysis, Geometry and Dynamical Systems, CAMGSD
  • 17th October, 11:00
    What colour was Napoleon’s white horse? | Video – Ep.9
    Ana Mourão, Center for Astrophysics and Gravitation, CENTRA
  • 31st October, 11:00
    Why do molecules like to flirt in tight spaces? | Video – Ep.10
    Moisés Pinto, Centre for Natural Resources and Enviroment, CERENA
  • 14th November, 15:00
    Why does the earth shake? | Video – Ep. 11
    Mónica Amaral Ferreira, Civil Engineering Research and Innovation for Sustainability, CERIS
  • 28th November, 15:00
    Why do fireflies light up? | Video – Ep.12
    Vasco Bonifácio, Institute for Bioengineering and Biosciences, iBB.

• These talks are organised by the Science Communication Group at Técnico -“ComunicaCiencia”. Science Communication Group – Research Units

Centre for Mathematical Analysis, Geometry, and Dynamical Systems (CAMGSD)
Marine, Environment and Technology Center (MARETEC)
Center for Nuclear Sciences and Technologies (C2TN)
Centre for Innovation, Technology and Policy Research (IN+)
Center for Functional Analysis, Linear Structures and Applications (CEAFEL)
Centre for Marine Technology and Ocean Engineering (CENTEC)
Centre for Management Studies (CEG-IST)
Center of Physics and Engineering of Advanced Materials (CeFEMA)
Centre for Theoretical Particle Physics (CFTP)
Center for Computational and Stochastic Mathematics (CEMAT)
Centro de Química Estrutural (CQE)
Centro de Recursos Naturais e Ambiente (CERENA)
INESC Microsystems and Nanotechnologies (INESC-MN)
Institute for Bioengineering and Biosciences (iBB)
Mechanical Engineering Institute (IDMEC)
Instituto de Engenharia de Sistemas e Computadores: Investigação e Desenvolvimento em Lisboa (INESC-ID)
Institute for Plasmas and Nuclear Fusion (IPFN)
Institute for Systems and Robotics (ISR-Lisboa)
Instituto de Telecomunicações (IT)
Civil Engineering Research and Innovation for Sustainability (CERIS)
Laboratory of Instrumentation and Experimental Particle Physics (LIP).