Science Festival: what’s planned this weekend at MOBE in Orleans

Science Festival: what’s planned this weekend at MOBE in Orleans

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The Natural History Museum of Orléans has had several names throughout its history. Since 2017, its name has been changed to the Orleans Museum of Biodiversity and Environment (MOBE). (© Johan Desplat/Acto Orleans)

On the occasion of the Science Festival, a science village will be held in front of the MOBE building in Orléans (Loiret). Saturday, October 14 and Sunday, October 15. This is the first time that it will bring together nearly forty partners, research organizations, associations and other local structures.

They will share their passion for science with visitors through exhibitions, conferences, presentations and numerous activities: experiments, games, exhibitions, workshops, meetings between researchers and the public, escape games and more.

Astronomical observation evening

Discovery sessions and experiments will be available, From 10 am to 6 pmwith free and open access.

Saturday evening with an evening of astronomical sky observations presented by the Astrocentre Association; The public will be able to observe the sky through glasses and telescopes for astronomy enthusiasts to finally discover the sky.

This year’s Science Festival invites researchers and citizens to come together around the joy of sport in order to fuel dialogue between science and society, and researchers and citizens.

a team Collections managers They will also be there to reveal their secrets! With their waltz of MOBE collections on fossils, plants and insects, throughout the weekend they will unveil some specimens from the reserves, an inexhaustible resource for scientific research.

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