As a society, we live in a context of disorientation and uncertainty. New advances in science and technological development have the potential to transform the human condition, physically, psychologically and intellectually. These developments also raise questions about the role of science and the responsibility of scientists.
Human beings are experiencing an identity crisis. How can we understand men and women in the 21st century? The answer can only come from a transdisciplinary approach that takes into account the relationship between human beings and their environment, the planet they inhabit. The university is the ideal place to seek these answers and, in this context, the Science Museum of the University of Navarra places itself at the service of society.