What’s new at the Parvis des Sciences science fair this year?

Categorie(s) : Innovation & Society, Life @ MINATEC, News

Published : 1 October 2019

The twelfth annual Parvis des Sciences science fair will be held at MINATEC on October 10, 11, and 12, 2019. And the 3,000 visitors expected to attend are in for a few surprises this year, with a slate of new activities that includes an up-close look at 3D printing, workshops on the periodic table, and an exhibit booth showcasing the NeuroDrop project that a team from Grenoble is entering into the iGEM competition.

But that’s not all! This year’s event will also dive deep into gender equality in the sciences with activities on this topical issue over the entire three days. Visitors can explore a portrait gallery of women scientists at Maison MINATEC and, outdoors, an exhibit designed by CERN on “The Code of the Universe.”  The general public is welcome on Saturday; Thursday and Friday are reserved for the impressive 63 school groups expected this year.



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