For this 28H edition, and the topic that will be covered throughout the event will be “Sports and science “, a This theme reflects the Olympic and Paralympic Games looming in the summer of 2024, but also reflects the policy pursued by the Terre de Jeux administration, with regard to supporting high-level sport as well as developing sport for all. This event is called the “Cultural Olympiad”.
A meeting place for all the curious, the event offers From January 20 to February 11, 2024 Close One hundred and fifty meetings Fun, friendly and free science for everyone, such as workshops, escape games, conferences, exhibitions, shows, etc. In fifty partner cultural venues spread throughout the Hauts-de-Seine region. Led by the Department of Hauts-de-Seine, this initiative mobilizes cultural workers from media libraries, cultural centers and museums, who design a rich and stimulating program around science and as close as possible to the stakeholders. This science festival brings together all audiences with a youth component that also reflects departmental policy. All audiences, of all ages, are invited: families, school children, students, the curious, skeptics or science enthusiasts.
Three literary awards
The award of knowledge is also available in three literary awards: Jury Prize, Teen Prize, and Overall Prize. It highlights scientific works intended for youth and adults for their originality, scientific accuracy, and knowledge transfer properties. As part of the Teen Award, four classes of Alto-Séquanais Middle School students join an expert judging panel to select the winner.
Each winner receives a financial grant of 3500 euros The work of the department and its work are highlighted in libraries, media libraries and colleges of Hauts-de-Seine.
under Audience AwardFrom January 20 to February 3, 2024, the general public will be able to register for it Become a volunteer reader Choose your favorite work.
All information on www.hauts-de-seine.fr/lascienceselivre
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