, Chicago, IL
Chronological list of upcoming or past events organized by and/or concerning the Office of Science and Technology.
French-American Science festival - Black holes, supernovae, Big Bang: why are gravitational waves a revolutionary discovery?As part of the French-American Science Festival 2017 in Chicago, Pr. Benoit Mours (CNRS - the French National Center for Scientific Research) will give a free public lecture to present the recent discovery about gravitational (...) French Innovation Week - Smart Cities: The Role of French Technology in Inventing the Cities of Tomorrow
, Chicago, ILAs part of the 4th annual French Innovation Week, Business France and the Consulate General of France in Chicago are organizing a panel discussion with three leading global innovation companies with unique solutions to modern urban (...)
French-American Science festival - How the new genome-editing technologies in agriculture will change our everyday lives?
, Chicago, ILAs part of the French-American Science Festival 2017 in Chicago, Pr. Agnès Ricroch (AgroParisTech) will give a free public lecture to present the new genome-editing tools and their applications in agriculture.
French-American Science Festival 2017: Hands-On Science Learning
, Chicago, ILFollowing the great success of the previous science fairs, a new day for the discovery of science by the students is to be held on May 1, 2017. Students and their teachers are invited to participate in free hands-on activities.
Screening of the movie "Tomorrow" during the Earth Optimism Summit
, Washington, DCThe Office for Science and Technology organise with the Smithsonian Institution a screening of the movie "Tomorrow" during Earth Optimism Summit.
Participation of Nobert PALUCH, CNES representative, to a panel organized by the National Defense University dedicated to Space in Europe
, Washington, DCNorbert PALUCH, CNES representative and space counselor at the Embassy of France, delivered a speech during a conference dedicated to European Space attended by students from the Eisenhower School for National Security and Resource Strategy of the National Defense (...)
MRS 2017: La France & the USA, An Academy-Industry get together
, Phoenix, AZTaking the opportunity of the presence of a significant French community during the Material Research Society Spring Meeting, the Office for Science and Technology of the Embassy of France in the United States is organizing a networking event gathering French scientists, their US collaborators, (...)
Café des Sciences in La Jolla: Ben Lecomte, the Longest SwimIn 1998, Ben Lecomte became the first person to swim across the Atlantic Ocean. He is now ready for his next challenge : swimming across the Pacific Ocean from Tokyo to San Francisco, followed by a team of scientists collecting data on the ocean and human (...) YEi Start in France Program Information Session
, Boston, MAThe consulate of France in Boston, in partnership with We Work, is organizing 3 information sessions about the YEi Start in France program, an accelerator for young science-based companies interested in growing their business in France and Europe. YEi Start in France provides intensive training (...)
CNES participation to the 33rd Space Symposium in Colorado Springs
, Colorado Springs, COThe President of CNES took part to the 33th Space Symposium in Colorado Springs, a global event launched in 1984, which has since become a not-to-be missed gathering of the International space community and its major players, be they institutional, military or commercial, totalizing this year (...)