Science for all – Les Festives de Sorbonne University

Exhibitions, performances, conferences, shows … Free meetings in 7 high places in Paris from November 25 to November 28, 2021 provide a fun way to learn about the latest advances in research.

The aim of the first Science and Culture Festival organized by the Sorbonne University is to share the answers that social issues bring and will bring, along with the progress of research in an interactive manner.

Called Les Festivities, this scientific popularization event supported by the region is being held from November 25 to November 28, 2021 at 7 sites in Paris:

  • Les Cordeliers (15, Rue de l’Cole-de-Médecine, Paris 6th),
  • Sorbonne, Faculty of Letters (17, Rue de la Sorbonne, Paris 5th),
  • Pierre-et-Marie-Curie Campus (4th, Jusseau, Paris 5th place),
  • National Museum of Natural History (36, Rue Geoffroy-Saint-Hilaire, Paris 5th),
  • Faculty of Medicine (105, Boulevard de l’Epital, Paris 13th),
  • Pietie-Salpetriere Hospital (83, Boulevard de l’Pital, Paris 13th),
  • Musée de l’Homme (17, Place du Trocadero, Paris 16th).

Concerts, screenings, musical outings…

Its theme, “Imagine the Future”, is refuted through a program combining:

  • exhibition,
  • Display,
  • the seminar,
  • concerts and shows,
  • an estimate,
  • musical walk…

These meetings are designed and run by the scientific and administrative staff and students of the Sorbonne University and the Alliance Sorbonne University and 4EU+.

Participant in the dissemination of scientific, technological and industrial culture of the region

The region is a participant in the festival as part of its mission to spread scientific, technological and industrial culture.

To facilitate exchange between science and society, the field supports a number of projects aimed at sharing scientific perspectives with the general public or making science more visible in a public space. (To download the 2011 program opposite).

In this context, she is very attached to:

  • actions that bring school audiences (especially girls) to the pursuit of scientific subjects,
  • Initiatives to encourage critical thinking,
  • Initiatives to promote knowledge of technological innovations that have a strong impact on the development of our society.
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