On July 11th the CRI hosted the NightScience 2015 ThinkCamp, a brainstorm event dedicated to frugal research and equity in the access to scientific knowledge. Among other activities, people could create their own low-cost spectrophotometer with the Open Science School association. NightScience, the yearly conference organized by the Centre for research and interdisciplinarity (CRI), is […]
I graduated in molecular physical chemistry from the Université Paris Sud. In 2014, I started a cursus in scientific journalism and communication at the Université Paris Diderot. I am very interested in connections between sciences and society.
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For some weeks now, politicians are ripping apart in France, 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 digital or not is important and fortunately, some experts are working […]
Serious games are flourishing on the internet, providing more and more tools to learn outside classic educative patterns. “Hero.Coli” is one of these. Developed by Raphaël Goujet, a PhD student at the Center for Research and Interdisciplinarity in Paris, this game is a front door to enter synthetic biology. When it comes to video […]
Among the many student clubs hosted by the Center for Research and Interdisciplinarity (CRI) in Paris, is the Open Science School. Currently run full-time by Juanma García Arcos and Alexey Zaytsev, two students of the Interdisciplinary Approaches in Life Sciences (AIV) Master, along with other collaborators, it aims to bring science to students in an […]