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NightScience 2015 sessions have been recorded and you can watch them on our Vimeo channel :
At the CRI, we believe in the power of collaboration and interdisciplinarity to turn ideas into reality and develop change-making projects.This is why on the 11th of July, the yearly event NightScience dedicated to ‘Equitable Access to Scientific Research and Education’ invites its participants to join their forces and talent to generate ideas and rise
At the CRI, we believe in the power of collaboration and interdisciplinarity to turn ideas into reality and develop change-making projects.This is why on the 11th of July, the yearly event NightScience dedicated to ‘Equitable Access to Scientific Research and Education’ invites its participants to join their forces and talent to generate ideas and rise
At the CRI, we believe in the power of collaboration and interdisciplinarity to turn ideas into reality and develop change-making projects.This is why on the 11th of July, the yearly event NightScience dedicated to ‘Equitable Access to Scientific Research and Education’ invites its participants to join their forces and talent to generate ideas and rise
Le 17 juin 2015 s'est tenue la 2ème édition de NightScience Kids avec les élèves participants aux ateliers périscolaires des Savanturiers de la Mairie de Paris, à l’Espace des Sciences Pierre Gilles de Gennes. Découvrez le Storify de l'événement !
NightScience 2015 is not the only event shaking French scientific education this spring. For some weeks now, politicians are ripping apart, arguing about school reformation. Sadly, the introduction of digital technology in classrooms does not seem to be the major concern, debates being overflowed by program changes. Yet, the question of whether school should go
How to bring scientific education to everyone ? How to teach not only students but also citizens, hungry for knowledge? The Open Science School answers these questions. This student association, hosted by the Center for Research and Interdisciplinaruty (CRI) in Paris, is working on a new MOOC platform while developing a low-cost, open access spectrophotometer.