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For more details and booking, please write directly to our sponsors hosting the tour.

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Visit to an agricultural research center of international prominence

When visiting the campus of the Alliance of Bioversity International and the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT), near Cali, in southwestern Colombia, don't be surprised to meet Don Roverto and Tatiana, the robotic vehicles that roam over crops analyzing data that make possible to efficiently monitor the development of food varieties key to the planet's food security. Or when you see drones flying overhead, monitoring the development of crops on this 500-hectare plot of land.

Nor when you enter the 20-degree-below-zero vault that safeguards the global collections of beans and tropical forages. The tour also includes the iconic Future Seeds building, the first genebank in the world to obtain a Platinum Certification from LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design).

On this tour, you can also talk with renowned scientists and learn about innovations and solutions that harness agricultural biodiversity to transform food systems and landscapes to sustain the planet, drive prosperity and nourish people in a climate crisis.
It is an information-packed experience with impactful scientific evidence from Colombia to the world. 
The Alliance is part of CGIAR, a global research partnership for a food-secure future.

  • Location: Palmira / Cali (425 Km South from Medellin)
  • Full day tour: Friday March 31, 2023.
  • Duration: 8-9 hours
  • Quota: 20 journalists
  • Price: Flight not included from Medellin to Cali, free from Cali onward
  • Tour includes: Transportation Palmira airport–campus Alliance–Palmira airport; lunch, snacks, guide in English, talk with scientists.
  • Contact information: Celemin Marin, Wilson



Dengue fever is the world’s fastest-growing mosquito-borne disease, annually infecting nearly 400 million people across 129 countries. Climate change, globalization, and urbanization are accelerating its spread, and the WHO has declared it one of the top-10 threats to global health. But for the first time in history, effective vector control tools and vaccines are emerging to fight this dreaded disease, and new, multi-country efforts to develop urgently needed treatments have been launched.

Journalists who register for the learning session will be transported to the World Mosquito Program’s mosquito mass production facility in Medellin, where they will receive a tour of the insectary, which is capable of producing 40 million Wolbachia-carrying mosquitoes each week. Tours will be offered in English, Spanish, and Portuguese, and journalists will learn how WMP technicians manage the production and delivery of these mosquitoes to urban communities in Colombia.

Following the tour, reporters are invited to participate in an on-the-record Q&A session regarding the development of new vaccines, therapeutics, and vector control methods for dengue with subject-matter experts.

  • Location: Medellín
  • Date: Thursday afternoon, March 30, 2023
  • Pick-up: 3:00pm at Jardin Botanico, Parqueadero Carrera 52 n 73 298 Medellín https://goo.gl/maps/uCWp6R9XiWjUGzmL8
  • Drop-off: 4:30pm at the City Express Plus
  • Price: Free
  • Language: Tour will be offered in English, Spanish and Portuguese
  • Contat information: Alex.Jackson@worldmosquito.org or visit the WMP exhibit booth at the entrance to the exhibitor's section of the conference


PECET is a multidisciplinary research group that has developed research, teaching and extension services for nearly 35 years, aimed at the poorest communities suffering tropical diseases.

This research group has carried out its work in all endemic departments of Colombia and Central America (Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Guatemala and Venezuela), the Mediterranean (Spain, France, Morocco, Tunisia), Sub-Saharan Africa (Ethiopia) and Asia (Bhutan). This has been recognized by the World Health Organization as a reference center for the formation and training of researchers and assessment of drugs and vaccines.

PECET records include more than 250 completed projects, 340 articles in national and international journals and more than 800 presentations at worldwide events which has brought the recognition by Colciencias A1 Excellence Group.
For almost 30 years, the work at PECET has been recognized with important awards such as:

  • National Research Prize in Exact, Physical and Natural Sciences, awarded by the Foundation "Alejandro Angel Escobar" twice and two Honorable Mentions in the same category.
  • National Research Award of the Colombian Society of Entomology on several occasions.
  • Three honorable mentions of the Medicine National Academy
  • International award for best research in Social Sciences and Health issued by the International Forum for Social Sciences and Health of Scotland.
  • International Research Award from the University of Andalusia, Spain
  • Colombia Elsevier Scopus Prize
  • Colombian Exemplary Award
  • National Award for Scientific Merit
  • Greater Impact Research Award given by the Mayoralty of Medellin, among others

PECET is a constantly growing group that brings together professionals from all fields and disciplines like: biological, natural, social and health disciplines as well. Everyone brings the best of it with the sole purpose of understanding the history nature of the disease in order to determine the risk of infection and to design and recommend prevention and control programs for every researched disease.
PECET has been recognized by the World Health Organization -WHO- as a collaborating center for the teaching, training, research and evaluation of medicines and vaccines. Currently, it is enabled by the Regional Health of Antioquia to provide services specialized in tropical medicine consultation, clinical laboratory and pharmacy services and is certified by the INVIMA in GCP.

  • Location: Medellín
  • Date: Friday, March 31, 2023
  • Time: 9:00am to 12:00pm
  • Price: Free
  • Quota: 10 journalists
  • Language: Spanish with English interpretation
  • Transportation: Free transportation is provided from the meeting point. Edificio de Extensión, Primer piso - Cl. 70 # 52 - 72, Aranjuez, Medellín
  • Link: https://www.pecet-colombia.org/site/home.html
  • Contact information: Comunicacionesinter@udea.edu.co

Central Pharmaceutical Mixing Plant

The University of Antioquia, the only public university in the country that, in the development of its research, teaching and extension activities, has the capacity for research, design, formulation, production, quality management and commercialization of extemporaneous drugs and synthetic drugs, through a Pharmaceutical Mixing Plant, a Pharmaceutical Production Plant, and a Specialized Analysis Laboratory, attached to its Faculty of Pharmaceutical and Food Sciences. Through a strategic alliance with the Ministry of Health and Social Protection, the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation, and the University of Antioquia, it intends to concentrate its activities on solving the problems of drug availability for public health programs, in pursuit of real pharmaceutical sovereignty.

  • Location: Medellín
  • Date: Friday, March 31, 2023
  • Time: 9:00am to 12:00pm
  • Price: Free
  • Quota: 5 journalists
  • Language: Spanish with English interpretation
  • Transportation: Free transportation is provided from the meeting point. Edificio de Extensión, Primer piso - Cl. 70 # 52 - 72, Aranjuez, Medellín
  • Link: https://bit.ly/3Jhhpld
  • Contact information: Comunicacionesinter@udea.edu.co

The model of care: eHealth

2020 will be recorded as the year a virus shook the entire world. But beyond respirators and masks, he left us the health of the 'new normal': person-centered and optimized by technology. It is in this convergence that the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Antioquia finds a great opportunity and makes its contribution.

With different innovation strategies we work to improve the efficiency of health services and reduce diagnostic errors of human talent to thus guarantee timely access for the population in the region. How do we do it? By providing integrated knowledge-based services with an important role of a digital component, bringing together the following global trends in healthcare:

  1. Remote health care through our LivingLab Telesalud, Hospital Digital.
  2. Personalized health care focused on the clinical factors of each patient thanks to the portfolio of treatments and diagnostic solutions available in our Integrated Laboratory of Specialized Medicine - LIME.
  3. Detection of diseases and disorders in the initial stages with research as a support system for clinical decision-making that is developed at the Magnetic Resonance Imaging Research Center.

If not now, when? Visit us and learn from our experts 3 health trends that are transforming health systems in Colombia with technology to create a fairer, more accessible and healthier country.


The Federación Mesa Nacional del Café -FEMNCAFE- and the Universidad de Antioquia with the participation of the Special Peace Unit, the Vice Rectory of Extension and the Faculty of Pharmaceutical and Food Sciences -CIFAL-, create an experiential narrative to combine: the aroma and flavor of coffee; academia as an axis of creation and learning; reconciliation and peace building, in a space that configures itself as a territory for affirmative, collaborative and collective action for peace, knowledge and culture.

Adding diverse and solidary wills willing to weave reconciliation, we constitute a diverse, fun, solidary team that unites academia and reincorporation in a bet to encourage the coffee culture in an exceptional country with the best coffee in the world ever tasted by ordinary Colombians and with the greatest human talent to work in the entire supply chain: production - transformation - commercialization. Our value is to make coffee an instrument of reconciliation, inclusion and interaction in Trópicos, el café de Abril.

Description of the experience

This is an experience that brings participants closer to tasting exercises and the preparation of coffee-based beverages with filtering methods. It begins with tasting as an exercise that activates the organoleptic perception to successfully identify the flavors in a cup of coffee and barismo with filtering methods to approach the different forms of extraction and become the malaBARISTA of the flavors of peace. In the practical exercise a conversation is established around the project that articulates the dependencies of the University of Antioquia and the Federación Mesa Nacional del Café around the construction of peace and the coffee culture.

Description of the experience toolbox

The participant of the activity has access to a work kit to develop the practical exercise of cupping and barista with filtering methods that consists of the following:

  • Kit of 3 coffees of 250 g / digital gramera / goose neck kettle / cup and cupping spoon / barista apron / French press filtering method.
  • Snack (hot drink / cold drink / salt cake / sweet cookie)
  • 3 hours training for Qgrader taster and SCA certified barista

Timeline of the experience

  • From 9:00am to 9:30am:
    • Presentation of institutional actors in the Project Special Peace Unit/ CIFAL/Vicerectorate of Extension/UdeA/FEMNCAFE/SENA
    • Presentation of participants
  • From 9:30am to 10:45am:
    • History of Arabica coffee and the construction of peace in Colombia
    • Basic concepts of processing, threshing and roasting for the selection of specialty coffees
    • Basic concepts of Coffee tasting
    • Presentation of 5 coffee and tasting test
  • From 10:45am to 11:00am:
    • Break coffee - snack
  • From 11:00am to 12:00pm:
    • History of filtering methods
    • Preparation of coffee with three filtering methods
  • Location: Medellín
  • Date: Friday, March 31, 2023
  • Time: 9:00am to 12:00pm
  • Price: Free
  • Quota: 15 journalists
  • Language: Spanish with English interpretation
  • Transportation: Free transportation is provided from the meeting point. Edificio de Extensión, Primer piso - Cl. 70 # 52 - 72, Aranjuez, Medellín
  • Link: https://bit.ly/3kKtLIi
  • Contact information: Comunicacionesinter@udea.edu.co

Bioinstrumentation and Clinical Engineering Research Group GIBIC

The GIBIC group develops, implements and adapts engineering methodologies and tools for the advancement of technology in biological and medical disciplines, in order to improve the quality of health services. It generates high-level research in the field of Biomedical Engineering within the country, and has established close cooperation with clinics, hospitals and companies with the fundamental purpose of contributing to the welfare of patients and the progress of health care services.

In 2020, during most critical pandemic phase in Colombia, GIBIC donated of 106 GIBIC Neuma V1.0 mechanical ventilators to clinics and hospitals, mainly in Medellín, after a marathon work to lead to the creation of one prototype mechanical ventilators that met all preclinical tests. Mechanical ventilators were essential therapeutic devices for dealing with the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, especially for the care of critically ill patients, since the virus causes infection with acute respiratory complications in some people.

The Universidad de Antioquia University Museum

The Universidad de Antioquia University Museum (MUUA in Spanish) offers its visitors four collections: Anthropology, Visual Arts, Natural Sciences and History of the University. Thanks to the consolidation of the contemporary museum project with the creation in the areas of Education and Museography, it also offers a diverse academic and cultural program.

Due to MUUA is a center for the management and revitalization of cultural processes and for meeting, raising awareness and training internal and external audiences in various languages. Its main purpose and raison d'être are the dissemination and reinterpretation of heritage, from its identity and value as a museum of a public university.

This excursion is free of charge.

Centro de Desarrollo Agro-biotecnológico de Innovación e Integración Territorial -CEDAIT-

The Center defines its operation on three fundamental pillars: a Specialized Infrastructure for the production and commercialization of certified, high-quality plant material; an Expert Information and Communication System that facilitates the transfer of knowledge for decision making and strengthening of the cocoa, flowers, meat and milk agrochains; and the Territorial Laboratories, spaces for the integration of stakeholders, dialogue of knowledge, social appropriation of knowledge, and the configuration of agribusinesses.

More information: https://www.udea.edu.co/wps/portal/udea/web/inicio/cedait/cedait

Fábrica de Plantas y Semillas de Antioquia –FASPLAN-

It is a company resulting from a spin-off of the UdeA and the Fundación Universidad de Antioquia that contributes to the in vitro propagation of multiple plant species, which responds to the needs of the agricultural sector, through the standardization and development of biotechnological processes, based on high competitiveness, for the massive in vitro propagation of plant species that meet the needs of the sector, supported by high-level personnel for the generation of knowledge.

Fasplan has a license for the service of in vitro seedling production and genetic improvement of Cannabis to licensees who require it. In this way, it has the capacity to transfer technology to the cannabis sector for medical and scientific purposes.

More information: https://fasplan.com.co/

Please wear comfortable clothes.

Visit EAFIT University and participate in a Workshop at EAFIT Children’s University

EAFIT Children’s University is a Science Engagement program designed to bring academia and research closer to children and youth. The methodology of the program is based on asking questions, discussing problems, experimenting, and playing to encourage curiosity, intellectual enjoyment, and critical thinking. Over the past 18 years, we have received several awards and recognitions, among which the following stand out:

  • Falling Walls Engage Winner Project because of the program's effort to close the gaps between science, children, and youth (2022).
  • RedPOP Award for the program's contribution to a society with greater interaction with science and academia (2016).
  • Special Mention in Science Dissemination in the National Award for Scientific Merit granted by the Colombian Association for the Advancement of Science (2012).

During this visit, some children and you will participate in the workshop What is EAFIT Children’s University? This is an introduction to the program through a conversation with an invited researcher and activities around the campus with our mediators. Following the workshop, you will have a Q&A session with the Director of EAFIT Children’s University, an investigator who was part of the program as a child, and the Vice-rector of Science, Technology, and Innovation of EAFIT University.

Academic expedition to Moravia by Urbam – EAFIT

The Center for Urban and Environmental Studies (Urbam - EAFIT) offers an academic immersion experience in the north of Medellín, a section of the city with historic significant social and urban challenges. Urbam is a center for training, research, and social engagement on urban and enviromental processes; a space for critical reflection oriented towards action in emerging territories and contexts of environmental and territorial transformation.

The academic expedition aims to share knowledge on the transformation process in the north of Medellín, including the urban, environmental, and social perspectives of public management and community participation. The academic expedition ends in Moravia, the Medellín neighborhood that turned its garbage dump into one of the largest gardens in Colombia.

Medellín and Al Campus Georute – EAFIT

A scientific mediation route for the understanding of the geo-archaeological evolution of Colombia.

Al Campus Georoute is a project led by EAFIT University, looking to engage participants in experiential active learning, based on the reconnaissance and exploration of the EAFIT university campus. Through the exploration of five geo-archaeological sites, we have built a learning path that allows the identification of geological materials of natural origin, landscape forms, and archaeological ruins, in order to introduce relevant basic concepts in Earth Sciences (e.g. rock types and cycles, stratigraphy, geological time, landscape formation). This project is part of a strategy for science outreach, which opens a window to all age groups converging on our campus (children, young students, professors, and adults) into the field of Earth Sciences through a typical field work experience.

  • Location: Medellín, along the Metro System and ends at EAFIT University with Al Campus Georute (an itinerary within the University campus)
  • Dates: March 27, 2023
  • Time: 9:00 am-12:30 pm Metro System journey and lunch 12:30-3:00 pm Al Campus Georoute
  • Price: free
  • Transportation: Meeting point at Acevedo Metro Station.
  • Quota: 15-20 journalists
  • Tour includes: Metro tickets, tour guide, snacks, lunch, travel insurance
  • Contact information: Maria Isabel Marin-Cerón, mmarince@eafit.edu.co

Academic, historical, and cultural tour of the commercial sector of Medellín – “El Hueco”

We invite you to immerse yourself in an academic and cultural experience in the commercial sector of "El Hueco" (“The Hole”) in downtown Medellin. This place has been a stage for commercial activity that has contributed to the economic and industrial development of the city, as well as an open-air social research laboratory. The adventure begins at the San Antonio Metro Station, where you will take a tour through the historic streets of the sector. Then, we will visit the United Center Association, one of the largest entities that brings together entrepreneurs and merchants of the sector, to talk with some of the most influential business players in the area. Afterwards, we visit the Palacio Nacional shopping mall and its art gallery, featuring works by local and international artists. Finally, the activity ends at the emblematic Salón Málaga, a place that blends the old bohemian cafés and gatherings with the modern atmosphere of the bars.

  • Location: Medellín, Meeting point San Antonio Metro Station
  • Date: March 27, 2023
  • Time: 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm
  • Price: free
  • Quota: 15 journalists
  • Contact information: Natalia González Salazar, ngonza13@eafit.edu.co

Mocoa, Putumayo, Colombia - Amazon foothills

Tour prepared for a minimum of three visitors, in the jungles of the Amazonian foothills, where you will visit two excellent places for the sighting of endemic butterflies and other species that are difficult to observe. One of the best places in the country for nature watching. The lodging will be of country type in the forests of the area and the typical food of the region.

  • Location: 900km from Medellin
  • Duration: from March 24 to 26 (3 days - 2 nights)
  • Price: 490.00 USD
  • Quota: 3 people onwards
  • Tour includes: : Lodging, internal transport, feeding, tickets to nature reserves, specialized guide
  • Website: https://www.butterfliesofcolombia.com/
  • Contact information: Fredy Montero

Santa María, Boyacá, Colombia - Eastern piedmont

Tour to one of the best preserved areas of the mountainous east of Colombia, a beautiful place, surrounded by native vegetation, with impressive bodies of water and waterfalls. Ideal for sighting six species of Morpho and endemic species such as Heliconius heurippa among hundreds more.

  • Location: 580km from Medellin
  • Duration: from April 1 to 3 (3 days - 2 nights)
  • Price: 
    • 3 people: 430.00 USD
    • 6 people: 395.00 USD
  • Quota: 3 people onwards
  • Tour includes: : Lodging, transport Bogotá - Santa María - Bogotá, internal transport, feeding, tickets to nature reserves, local guide and specialized guide
  • Website: https://www.butterfliesofcolombia.com/
  • Contact information: Fredy Montero


Explora Park is an interactive science museum.

Inside Explora you will find a planetarium, an Amazonian aquarium, and a public experimentation workshop called Exploratorio.
Explora is located in the northern part of the city of Medellín, Colombia. The area were Explora is located, was the old garbage dump from the city and is today a symbol of social transformation through education.
 The Park has more than 300 interactive experiences that allow the social appropriation of scientific and technological knowledge to the people. It has exhibitions on neurosciences, music, time and media and a large planetarium with a dome to travel through the universe.

The Aquarium with an Amazonian emphasis and the Vivario are spaces for education, conservation, and diversity research that promote a new ethic of life. We protect more than 4,000 animals rescued from wildlife trafficking. These fragile beings remind us that we are not alone, that our destiny is common.
With scientists, teachers, communities, governments, local, national and international social projects, Explora Park promotes the development of scientific and citizen capacities to live better.
Parque Explora has been recognized with some including awards from the Smithsonian, Cooper-Hewitt -the National Design Museum in New York- and the Netherlands Architecture Institute in Holland.

  • Location: Medellín
  • Date: Friday, 31 March 2023
  • Time:
    • Fieldtrip 1: 11:00 am to 12:30 pm
    • Fieldtrip 2:3:00 p.m. to 4: 30 pm
  • Location: Parque Explora (Cra. 52 #73-75) – (Red boxes next to Botanical Garden, WCSJ Venue)
  • Quota: 25 journalists per Fierltrip)
  • Language: English
  • Transportation : no needed. Museum is next to botanical Garden of Medellin. WCSJ Venue
  • Price: free
  • Link: www.parqueexplora.org
  • Contact information: laura.giraldo@parqueexplora.org


Morning experience: Soul of the Forest

Come and see one of the largest collections of orchids in Colombia, a path full of mosses, anthuriums and bromeliads, and a hummingbird watching garden where you can see 15 different species.

  • More than 5,000 different plants of the 35,000 that exist in the world, this is a collection of 15,000 plants.
  • Whenever you visit this collection you will find more than 1,200 permanently flowering plants and new species for science and some to be identified.
  • Colombia has been awarded with 25 FCC- First Class Certificate plants, of which, in this collection, there are 7 FCC, being the most awarded of Colombia.
  • Masdevalia deformis was once the best plant of the year. Bollea coelestis obtained 94 points by the American Orchid Society being the highest score of the species in the world.
  • You will have the opportunity to see special plants discovered by Darwin such as the Angreecum, native to Madagascar, in which he observed the pollination process carried out by a moth. You will also learn about many pollination strategies since there is a pollinating insect for each species.
  • This is a natural space to awaken the senses and in which we seek to teach, excite and maintain a genetic bank, reintroduce species into nature from extinct places and conserve species.

    Afternoon Experience: El Dorado Ceramics

    In this tour you will visit the Museo Vivo de la Cerámica Antioqueña. You will be immersed in a ceramic micro-enterprise dedicated to the production of tableware and decorative lines for the home, made with materials from the Antioquian region, handmade (with designation of origin - Artesanías de Colombia). This family business received the Artesanías de Colombia award from the Superintendencia de Industria y Comercio on December 12, 2011.

    Cerámicas El Dorado has more than 50 years of experience promoting the art of making hand-decorated tableware and different decorative items; they have 1,500 molds and 1,000 dies, which with simple tools, produce the earthenware that they distribute nationally and internationally. This is the fourth generation of the family making tableware, which is part of the cultural 'charm' of the country shown in the Disney movie.

    In this experience, visitors can mold a piece on a potter's wheel, polish it, go through the drying racks with unique pieces, and learn from scratch how the materials are pulverized, until they go through the process of mixing, casting and final pigmentation.

    Meeting point: Hotel POBLADO PLAZA
  • Date: Friday March 31, 2023.
  • Time: 8:00 a.m.
  • Contact: Julio Casadiego +57 3173774827

*Please, wear comfortable shoes, hat, hydration, sunscreen*

  • Location: Oriente / Antioquia (45 km from Medellín)
  • Duration: 8-9 hours
  • Quota: 20 journalists
  • Price: FREE
  • Tour includes: Transportation Medellín- to eastern Antioquia; lunch, guide in English, talk with Orchid collector and “Ceramica” Pottery Experience (Encanto the movie)



To convert Medellin into a knowledge-based economy, where innovation serves as the principal driving force, the CTi ecosystem is being established. This is being accomplished through the implementation of three prioritized strategies:

  • Firstly, attracting talented individuals, capital, and global companies to the city.
  • Secondly, developing and strengthening the innovative and entrepreneurial business network.
  • And finally, generating CTi solutions to address city-specific challenges.

The objective is to create an environment that fosters the development of solutions that can effectively address the evolving needs of the community. It is important to note that the ultimate measure of success is the power of innovation to positively transform the quality of life of the inhabitants of Medellin

Discover our Ruta N complex through this tour, where we strive to enhance the quality of life for the city's inhabitants through the promotion of Science, Technology, and innovation. During the tour, you will also explore successful cases of technological development.

  • Location: Medellín
  • Date:Friday, March 31, 2023
  • Time: 14:00 to 16:00
  • Price: Free
  • Quota:30 journalists
  • Language: English
  • Meeting point: Complejo Ruta N Calle 67 Nº 52-20 Piso 2 Torre A. Medellín - Colombia. At three blocks of the WCSJ 2023.
  • Link:https://www.rutanmedellin.org/rutan/acerca-de-rutan
  • Contact information: rutan@rutan.co
  • Snack included

Half day tour

Medellin City tour

Visit to Pueblito Paisa, Plaza Botero, Metro Cable, and Comuna 13.

  • Minimum: The organizer of the tours will cancel when fewer than 10 journalists.
  • Maximum: 15 journalists
  • Time: 9 am to 1 pm
  • Location: Medellín
  • Starting point: Pending to be confirmed, but it is usually close to the Poblado Metro station.
  • Dates: Friday, March 31, 2023
  • Duration: 4 hours
  • Price: free
  • Quota: 8 journalists
  • Tour includes: Metro cable entrance ticket, pick-up and return to one hotel
  • Tours does not include: Food
  • Contact information: Andrés Felipe Restrepo Patiño

Antioquia Museum. Science and art come together in Mutis. The Expedition Continues.

After 207 years, drawings from the Mutis Botanical Expedition visit Medellín.

23 original drawings, two natural prints and three herbarium specimens arrived from Madrid. They are seen in the exhibition Mutis, the Expedition continues, which opens tomorrow to the public at the Museum of Antioquia.

The Museum of Antioquia is located at Carrera 52 # 52 – 43, in the downtown area of Medellín, near Parque Berrío.