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Opening of Basque Culinary Center

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Today, official opening of Basque Culinary Center in an event presided by the Princes of Asturias. It is hoped the opening of the Center in San Sebastián will mark the start of the Basque Country's (and wider Spain's) role as a reference for training, research and innovation in the field of culinary sciences. Part of the Center will include a Faculty of Gastronomic Sciences, which will offer aspiring young chefs the opportunity to study a degree in Culinary Arts. Postgraduate training will also be available to those already working in the field. Another department, meanwhile, will be dedicated to Research, Development and Innovation, following lines of investigation that include Education and Eating Habits and Social Alimentary Responsibility.