"Start spreading the news, I'm leaving today. I want to be a part of it, New York, New York..." Hello people, Dolors Bosch and her family have spent some days in New York these holidays, and of course we want to know her impression about the trip, the people and the New Yorkers' way of living. I wait for you next Thursday the 31th March at the school library at 21:30h as usual.
It will be a pleasure having Carla Casals as a guest in our next meeting. Carla is going to talk about Monilinia spp, a pathogen that infects fruit, especially stone fruits. When de climatic conditions are advantageous for its development, it produces brown rots, causing dramatic losses for fruit production. Nowadays, the main way to control this disease is using chemical products, fungicides. But, are there alternative strategies to chemicals? Is there a more sustainable and environment friendly way to control this affliction?
I wait for you next Thursday the 17th at 21:30h at the school library.
This week we count on the presence of Núria Borrell Piqué. She has been living in Dublin and the UK. She studied tourism and worked there while ago in a hotel, but nowadays she is working in a bank. She's going to share her experience living in Ireland with us next Thursday at 21:30h at the school library, as usual.
It's not a secret that maintaining an active lifestyle is one of the keys to good health. Dancing is one form of exersice that is practiced arround the world and loved by milions. Whatever the type of dance you practice it offers many benefits that are hard to ignore. Next Thursday we are going to discover a number of dancing benefits and maybe some disatvantages. We meet on Thurday the 3rd at 21:30h.