By Nathanaël B. Published on October 11, 2022 at 05:15
On the occasion of the Fête de la Science, which takes place from October 7 to 17, the town hall of Ivry-sur-Seine is thinking big: a festival from October 8 to 16 as well as a special workshop around the pollution on the 8th only.
In Ivry-sur-Seine, the science fair is celebrated throughout the city, as everywhere in France, from October 7 to 17, 2022. For this 31st edition, the town hall of the city of Val-de-Marne organizes a complete program. This fête is an opportunity to celebrate the scientific culture and learn more about its disciplines.
This is exactly what the town hall of Ivry-sur-Seine, from October 8 to 16. Discover its program with the whole family. Plus, it’s free, so enjoy! And if you can’t find what you’re looking for in Ivry, don’t forget that the Fête de la Science is taking place everywhere in France and that there are many events to discover in Paris and Île-de-France.
Science Festival 2022 in Paris and Ile-de-France, free and fun entertainment galore
The Science Festival returns from October 7 to 17, 2022 for its 31st edition! The principle ? A week dedicated to scientific culture through many free events throughout France. Experiences, shows, open houses, visits and multiple workshops, open to all and suitable for children, await you in the four corners of Paris and Île-de-France! [Lire la suite]
The 2022 Science Festival program
Throughout the town hall:
- Ivry-sur-Seine Science Festival 2022
08 – 16 October
On the program: participatory science, meetings/debates, music, photography, screenings, collaborative, educational and fun workshops to discover, marvel, exchange and participate!
In the reception room of the town hall:
- How to understand and act against air pollution in the city?
Meeting/debate on participatory science with Marie Pieron, Deputy Mayor of Ivry-sur-Seine, in charge of higher education, research, scientific culture, Laurence Eymard, Emeritus CNRS Research Director, researcher in the field of climate, Sorbonne University, and Florence Huguenin-Richard, Lecturer at the Institute of Geography at Sorbonne University, coordinator of Expo’ped, a participatory science program in partnership with the city of Ivry-sur-Seine.
Meeting led by Guillaume Tixier (scientific journalist), with the participation of Campus Urbain. Grand Orly Seine Bievre.
Open to all public within the limit of available places!
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