CerebroBoca [BrainMouth] is the fundamental event for communicators interested in innovation and people from the world of innovation with an interest in communication. Inspired by this shared need, the event co-organised by La Casa Encendida and the Spanish Association of Scientific Communication (AECC) has just one goal: to promote communication in innovation.
CerebroBoca is a professional conference where participants will benefit from lectures, workshops and networking opportunities, and come away with clear ideas and tools that they can develop in their companies or institutions.
Who is it for?
Many different organisms coexist and interact in our varied ecosystem: large corporations, public and private institutions, new entrepreneurs, start-ups, agents that place their knowledge at the service of society, research personnel at universities and R&D+i centres, as well as office staff, professionals in the fields of science, technology, the environment, health and social innovation, and, of course, journalists and communicators.
CerebroBoca is for them, for those not mentioned, and for the species yet to be discovered.
Nuria Oliver, Director of Research in Data Science at Vodafone; Nerea Luis, artificial intelligence expert and co-founder of T3chFest; Guillermo Sánchez Vega, editor-in-chief of El País Retina; Lucas Sánchez, founder of the science communication agency Scienseed; Maite Sanz de Galdeano, expert in digital law; and Soledad Díaz Campos, Managing Director of the Association of Science and Technology Parks of Spain (APTE), among others.