There are 10 Results with the keyword : "Scientific mediation"
For the first time in the Bordeaux regional education authority area, the local education authority, Inria Bordeaux - Sud-Ouest, the CNRS (French National Centre for Scientific Research) and the University of Bordeaux are organising a MathC2+ training course*. Intended for year 11 pupils, the course, entitledWhen mathematics and computing come together in digital sciencesis part of the MathC2+ government scheme, aimed at encouraging talented young scientists and promoting careers in the field of science.
For several years, Inria Nancy - Grand Est has taken part in the Cordées de la Réussite (Partnership for Success) project and been particularly involved in the National Partnership for Success Day. On Thursday 22 January, 200 high-school students from the Lunéville basin gathered at the Science Faculty in Nancy "so that together, each student dares to succeed".
Research - Scientific awareness
Promoting the understanding and appropriation of scientific knowledge by a wide audience is a recognised necessity, in a world where science and technical considerations play a major role in terms of economics and society. As such, in keeping with its strategic objectives, Inria conducts numerous scientific awareness actions, aimed both at young people and the general public.
On the 4th and 5th of April 2015, six scientific culture centres invite you to join in and help build Poppy, Inria's little open source robot.
The Inria Lille - Nord Europe research center launched ‘Researchers on the Road’ to coincide with the French ‘Fête de la science’ science festival. The Festival ran from October 6 to October 17, 2014, providing an opportunity for Inria scientists to give a series of one-hour presentations in secondary schools. Three of the scientists who took part share their experiences of going back to school with us.
- Fun project team
- Modal project team
- Mint project team
- Researchers in school
- Scientific mediation
- Researchers on the road
- Science festival
On 4th November, children from Bordeaux and Nancy, with support from the Inria research centres, will participate in the R2T2 international mission, initiated by Professor Francesco Mondada from Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). Their task: to use their computer skills here on Earth to program robots to repair the generator of Mars Base R45, which has been damaged by a meteorite.
- Inria Nancy - Grand Est
- Educational actions
- Inria Bordeaux - Sud Ouest
- Scientific mediation
On Wednesday 17 January, Inria and the Francophone University Agency (AUF) signed a framework agreement to strengthen their collaboration in the digital field.
On Wednesday 10 January Jean-Michel Blanquer, French Minister for National Education, appointed the members of the Scientific Council of National Education and presented their missions. They include Gérard Berry, holder of the Algorithms, Machines and Languages chair at the Collège de France.
Promoting the understanding and appropriation of scientific knowledge by a wide public is a recognised necessity, in a world where science and technical considerations play a major role in terms of economics and society. So it is that, in keeping with its strategic objectives, the Inria Nancy - Grand Est research centre has been developing numerous scientific-culture based actions, aimed at both young people and the general public.
Inria Awards 2017
This year, the Research Support Department Inria Award was won by a 'multiservice' team. Nine collaborators from Inria Grenoble-Rhône-Alpes are rewarded for their involvement in the creation of 'Espace Login', a showroom open to all that shows, demonstrates and explains the results of the work carried out by the centre's teams.