PAUTA works to promote talent for science and mathematics among children and young people. The project organises workshops, courses and activities for them, their parents and teachers, in which knowledge is built through enquiry, experimentation and analysis. PAUTA science clubs have an important presence in economically disadvantaged communities, with the participation of indigenous children, migrants, as well as children with disabilities. Our two flagship projects, Project Discovery and Borderlands Science engaged over 3 million participants.

Gabriela de la Torre is the Manager of the Falling Walls Engage Hub Mexico. She has dedicated her professional life to gifted and talented education and holds a PhD in Scholar Psychology and Child Development from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid in Spain.

Gabriela is the General Director of the Adopt a Talent Program (Programa Adopte un Talento, PAUTA), a nonprofit organization at the Nuclear Sciences Institute of the National University of Mexico (UNAM). The program seeks to develop the scientific vocation in children and youngsters across Mexico through extracurricular activities.

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