Place Villeneuve-Bargemon is celebrating. Inflate the exterior structures for the Biodiversity Zone, the final preparation at the Puget Pavilion where you can explore the universe or even immerse yourself in the Science Center in the Bargemon area. The village takes shape. Artistic installations, shows, exhibitions … are offered completely free of charge. Aureli Biancarelli-Lopes, deputy mayor of Marseille, representative of higher education and research, recalled during the presentation of the 2021 edition that “Science is above all the exercise of logic, it is necessary for the formation of an independent and autonomous opinion” ». That’s cool, there’s so much to practice with this weekend!
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Nathalie Archier is a researcher in biology in Principles and Approaches to Genomic Complexity in the Department of Biology (TAGC) at Lumini. It presents common genetic variants between individuals. The object of its study is Drosophila! Did you know that the vinegar fly has 65% common identity with humans? “If we feed him fat and sugar, he gets obesity-related heart disease just like humans. » It’s important to be at this type of event because ” it allows to explain to people what basic research is », adds Nathalie Archier.
This year, we may even be exploring artistic installations. Launched by Agathe Mattei, Project Manager of Fête de la Science Calling for participation from artists and eventually five of them are present in the village”. President of the Aix Living Arts Association and artistic advisor to NeuroArtLab, Rindala El Khoury, Mehdi Sikre and Romain Lanteum, present the work “Song of Neurons”. “Our neurons emit a sound”, she explains. This artistic work makes it possible to hear the hoarseness of the neurons associated with the notes, thus creating a basic melody. Helmet on your head, you too can spot these tunes.
Diagrams, diagrams, figures or infographics interpreted in a didactic and sourced manner as in exhibition panels, vaccinations or even topical topics such as nature in the city. The first exhibition was titled “What are Vaccines for?” “Done by Inserm, shows how vaccination protects against disease by introducing a vaccine into the body that triggers the production of antibodies. The other talks about nature, the greenhouse effect and food in the city. It’s south Provence- Oversees the Regional Group of Experts on Climate in the Alpes-Cte d’Azur Region (GREC-SUD), whose business is to centralize, write and share scientific knowledge on climate and climate change in the Paça region.
The escape game called “Operation Cortex” is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated events for children over the age of 10. The game, created in 2019 that was shut down by Covid, is making a comeback for small groups. the pitch? Everything happens in 2064, a future where Inserm scientists have succeeded in developing an artificial brain dedicated to the study of sensory perceptions, sleep, and diseases. Invited to visit the lab at the core of this feat of science, all won’t go according to plan…enough to chill. To Nicolas Emmanuelli, head of scientific information and communications at Inserm and host of the game, ” This is a real success. To Villeneuve Lubet, we were filled in 15 minutes. Game 45 . Lasts long Minutes, kids don’t watch time pass by To the best of our knowledge, registrations are not yet open on Sundays!
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