Loiret. Our favorite from Fte de la Science in

central republic Like four special pages On the thirtieth edition of the Fte de la Science in Laureate. You will find the full program in a central section of its September 28, 2021 edition. An interview was also conducted with a speaker on a fascinating topic when nature was going awry: The link between the Sun and global warming.

A cabinet of curiosities, portable and fun, created by the Conservatory of Natural Spaces of the Centre-Val de Loire region, is also presented: based on dice and boxes, it allows you to discover the various natural elements associated with the wild river.

Finally, because the BRGM is the site for the Science Village, we have highlighted Prime platform that researches to clean soilhandjob sub-soil and groundwater Thanks for the new technology.

These three examples show how generous the program is. A number of workshops, events and conferences will be held throughout the Laureate over eleven days from 1 to 11 October. Here is our pick.

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MOBE d’Orléans. Science Forum in

The Orléans Museum for Biodiversity and Environment (MOBE) of Orléans invests during the first weekend, October 2 and 3, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. with a free workshop “Le Plateau des Sciences”: A temporary space that will bring together naturalist and environmental education partners around the theme of “The Spirit of Discovery”., Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

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Discover the scientific council members’ favorite showcase, especially with the museum’s herbaria conservation work and site renovations. Take advantage of the cast who will walk through the building. and play in the game library. free.

Chloé Nabédian. live broadcast with

Chlo Nabedion, weather presenter on France 2, and André Braque, regional ambassador for the Fte de la Science, Honorary Director of Research at CNRS in Orleans (where he created the Astrobiology Group) and founder of Center-Sciences, will be present at MOBE in Orleans on Sunday, October 3 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Thanks to Center Science, They will participate live in a science event produced at the duplex with Fred Courant. (Hosts of “L’Esprit Sourcier”) and Elodie Chabrol, from 5.30 pm to 6.15 pm you will be able to participate in a quiz on natural resources and solutions for the future in the company of the youth of the region.

BRGM d’Orléans . in Science Village

lighthouse animation, The Science Village will be held at the Bureau of Geological and Mining Research (BRGM) over the weekend of October 9 and 10 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., 3, Avenue Guillemin in Orleans, with a good twenty stand. A find with the family, as adults and kids alike will find it interesting.

let’s say an escape game on a chemical event (you will have 50 minutes to leave the room before the risk of asphyxiation), Receipt of air and water rockets (with a launch that can reach more than 30 meters in height) and the discovery of astonishing models immerse yourself in the depths of the earth. you can also test sand physics or the motion of a pendulum, participate in garbage collection On the outskirts of Science Village, followed by an educational action around the identification of types of plastics and their impact on the environment (Saturdays only).

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functioning of our brain, explain some mechanisms to children (around electricity, weather, a water tower…), the search for functional carbon to eliminate pollutants, chemical play, secrets of cosmetics, Exploration of Mars, the subject of soils and their functions, understanding mathematics with Awale (African game) … and many more surprises await you.

majority of ? Food trucks to eat on site. free.

BRGM at the Center of Orleans Laboratories

The BRGM d’Orléans Open House, on 9 and 10 October, will be an opportunity to discover laboratories. By browsing different visit points, Kids can become gold diggers By solving quiz questions to earn gold coins.

side visit, Discover Prime Platforms on pollution. observe rocks under the microscope Learn more about chemistry. go to geothec-core library. participate in Gold Panning Workshop (Searching for grains of gold in the sand). Search for minerals. Strengthen your knowledge of cavities, thanks to the work done on virtual reality and the Orleans mines. Taste Test Many Waters water bar. Visit Experimental Forum geothermal energy.

Attend a conference on “Climate Change:” on October 9th at 2 p.m., 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. will we run out of water tomorrow ? “And, on October 10th, at another convention”Six little-known effects of humans on the planet“. Yesratuit

A ground training game across the region

Download the Geocaching application to your mobile phone and explore the small treasure box hiding places around the Fte de la Science throughout the Centre-Val de Loire area. Opportunity to discover places of scientific culture.

Neurosmiths, how about the brain?

Serious mind, science, humor and brain… An interactive conference will tackle various current views on the brain by asking how much they relate to scientific fact or neuromyth.

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The conference will be completed by Dr. Arnaud’s popular video and you will be able to discuss it with Olivier Richard, Lecturer in Neurobiology at the University of Orleans. Friday October 5 at Sandillon Village Hall.

CNRS unusual visit

The National Center for Scientific Research, located at La Source in Orleans, offers unusual tours from Tuesday 5 to Friday 8 October, such as putting yourself in the place of a mathematician, Spy inside objects or inspect your hair and its DNA with magnetic resonance. Participation is by selection, taking a very limited number of quizzes.

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