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Science Tunnel at PUCP broke attendance records

Over 125 thousand people visited this traveling scientific exhibition displayed at our University.

Science Tunnel, Tour Peru-PUCP has finished its stay in Lima, after 90 days full of science, technology and fun, thanks to the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, CONCYTEC, the Max Planck Society institutes and the Federal Ministry of Education and Research of Germany.

A total of 125 003 people could take part in this traveling exhibition, breaking all attendance records, by city, in Latin America to date.

The display started its tour around Latin America in 2009 in Chile, moved on to Argentina, Mexico City and arrived to the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (Pontifical Catholic University of Peru) on April 8th, 2013.

This exhibition could be visited totally free of charge by 70,949 students of 852 schools, who learned about the latest scientific achievements and perspectives on the future of science and technology, together with 41,136 members of the general public and 12,918 concentrated groups that attended during the evening and weekends. On June 30th, the Science Tunnel said goodbye to Peru.

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Ralph Grayson

Si no entiendes este artículo, ¡Estudia Comprensión Lectora en Inglés de manera virtual en Idiomas Católica! http://www.idiomas.pucp.edu.pe.

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catalina pinazzo

Remarcable success for our PUCP. Thanks to the CIPUC of Camaná it was easy to understand the information about the Science Tunnel.

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