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Biological and Sociocultural Retirement Organization Course

The concept of retiring at 65 and having a life expectancy of 20 years more begins to become obsolete, for this reason the Fourth Space participates in the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria through a University Extension Course entitled Biological and Sociocultural Retirement Organization

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Talk at POSASUe

The scientific director of the project, Prof. Manuel Maynar, participates in the working group “ Power, knowledge and subjectivity in education ” (POSASU-e) exposing the concept of The Fourth Space.

The exhibition took place at the University of La Laguna on September 22, 2017.

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Presentation about The Fourth Space at the First Meeting of Commercial Technicians

The Fourth Space project has presence in the First National Meeting of Commercial Technicians in Health Technologies which is celebrated on October 27 and 28 at the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, within the framework of the Chair of Medical Technologies […]

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“The Fourth Space” and the increase in life expectancy.

Professor Maynar gave an informative talk about the consequences of the increase in life expectancy that gives rise to what he calls the Fourth Space. The director of the CDyTE continues contributing to society and anticipating the thoughts of citizens. Dr. Maynar provides phrases such as “our way of communicating the new generations […]

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Fourth Space at TEDxLaLaguna

Professor Manuel Maynar participates as a speaker at the TEDxLaLaguna event, held in the city of San Cristóbal de La Laguna, talking about the effects of the increase in life expectancy, which give rise to the fourth space.

ABOUT TED

TED is a non-profit organization dedicated to the dissemination of ideas, usually in the […]

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