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Source: Republic of France in French The French Republic has issued the following statement:
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Anthropocene week in Lyon, Investigation in the Baie de Somme, Digital science in Reunion, Nature dresses Man in Fourmies, Acoustics is magic! in Saint-Michel-sur-Orge, Visit of the Lyon-Turin construction site in Saint-Julien-Montdenis … Thousands of scientists are offering from October 2, 2020 to share their passion through multiple experiences, conferences, festivals, visits to laboratories and natural or industrial sites, science cafes, live shows… The program with Service-Public.fr.
The Fête de la Science takes place from October 2 to 12, 2020 in metropolitan France and from November 6 to 16, 2020 overseas and internationally.
For its 29th edition, it offers a theme echoing the health context: what is the relationship between Man and nature?
Why a Science Festival?
Organized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation since 1991, the Fête de la Science offers thousands of events open to all (many activities are adapted to school audiences, from kindergarten to high school ), free, inventive and fun. It is an opportunity to meet scientists from all fields, to discover the work of researchers, to share knowledge, to explore new knowledge and thus to better understand science and its challenges.
Thus, this event aims to:
promote knowledge sharing and exchanges between researchers and citizens;
promote the work of the scientific community;
facilitate access to quality scientific information;
allow everyone to better understand the challenges of scientific developments and thus promote active participation in public debate;
discover the work of scientists and the professions resulting from research;
raise public awareness of scientific culture;
stimulate interest in science among young people, curiosity about scientific careers, encourage vocations.
To find events organized in your region, you can consult online the program of the Science Festival by carrying out a search on an interactive map combining several criteria: target audience, location, type of activity (workshop, exhibition, game, visit, etc.), themes (life and health sciences, environmental sciences, sciences of the engineer…), accessibility.
To adapt to the health context, the Fête de la Science enriches its virtual program and offers the general public a digital walk that highlights the many initiatives in the regions. All of this new offer is accessible from the site of the Fête de la Science .
For example, the portal Science click , offers live events, videos, series in short formats, games, fun routes … Every day, the portal offers a selection of events in each region as well as access to the program “Science en direct ”Hosted by Fred Courant and the Spirit Sorcerer team.
In addition, the book “Planète Nature” from the “Sciences en bubbles” collection proposes, in the accessible and entertaining form of the comic strip, to highlight 12 subjects of university research conducted by doctoral students during their theses and focusing on each a unique look.
This free book, with a circulation of 80,000 copies, is intended for all audiences, especially families and young people. It is distributed during events, offered by the 350 partner booksellers of the Sciences pour tous group and made available as a loan book in 16,000 media libraries, libraries and reading points, 11,000 documentation and information centers in colleges and high schools, 100 university libraries.
An enhanced digital version of the book is posted on the Fête de la science website on October 2, 2020.
Note: The 2019 edition of the Science Festival attracted 1.2 million visitors, including 300,000 schoolchildren, and 10 million internet users, readers and viewers.
EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and / or sentence structure not be perfect.