Centre Européen de Recherche et d’Enseignement
des Géosciences de l’Environnement
Centre Européen de Recherche et d’Enseignement
des Géosciences de l’Environnement

Fête de la Science #FDS2023


Organisation and coordination : Corinne Sonzogni

Press : Leslie Monnier

@ : fetedelascience@cerege.fr

Every year for the past 19 years, CEREGE (the European Centre for Research and Education in Environmental Geosciences) has opened its doors and its science to schoolchildren and the general public free of charge to mark the Fête de la Science, which will take place in France from 6 to 16 October 2023.
The themes will be "Sport & Science" and "Gender Equality".

Whether or not we practise it, as a hobby or in an educational context, as amateurs or professionals, sport occupies a central place in our daily lives and in our society. It is omnipresent in society, the economy, the media... but also in science. "

Association Les Petits Débrouillards PACA 

Its Science Village at the Technopole de l'Arbois

The Thursday 12 October 2023on Arbois Science Village, the largest grouping of laboratories working in the field of environmental sciences, will host 40 workshops and 3 conferences for more than 500 primary school children from the southern region, thanks to the involvement of around a hundred researchers, teacher-researchers, technicians, engineers, managers, staff from the Technopôle de l'Arbois and many players in regional scientific communication.

New dates

This year, his village extends to the media library at La Roque d'Anthéron on Saturday 7 October 2023  with original workshops and conferences on the water theme.

Alain Veron, Research Fellow at CEREGE, will also be speaking at the conference. Fête de la Science de Venelles the Saturday 14th October where he will present a workshop and conference on the theme of water

Our latest news on the Fête de la Science
Sport and Science: our focus
The Programme in detail

Many supporters

This event is run by the CEREGE (European Centre for Research and Teaching in Environmental Geosciences) with the Petits Débrouillardsin partnership with Technopole Environnement Arbois-Méditerranée, Aix-Marseille University, Institut Pythéas Observatory for the Sciences of the Universe, l'IMBE (Mediterranean Institute of Biodiversity and Marine and Continental Ecology), the Environmental Chemistry Laboratoryand the Marseille Astrophysics Laboratory (LAM). Scientists from theIRDof INRAé Recover (Aix-en-Provence), of the Mediterranean Institute for Environmental Transition (ITEM), the Collège de Francethe Sainte Victoire Nature Reserve and the Aix-en-Provence Natural History Museum.

The Village des Sciences de l'Arbois is also supported by the Aix-Marseille Provence metropolisthe FR ECCOREV and the Southern Region.