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Chronological list of upcoming or past events organized by and/or concerning the Office of Science and Technology.

  • FAID Los Angeles 2018: the First France-USA Microbiome Conference

    , California Nanosystems Institute, UCLA

    The study of the human microbiome has become very attractive among the international scientific community in recent years and is now a leading research topic. In this context, the Office for Science and Technology of the Embassy of France in the United States is organizing a French-American (...)
  • Symposium : The Science of Learning and its Applications

    , Pomona, CA

    The symposium "The Science of Learning and its Applications" is part of a yearly series organized by Professor Michel Baudry from Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona. The organization of this event is supported by the Office for Science and Technology of the Embassy of (...)
  • Café des sciences in Chicago : Human Microbiome

    , Consulate General of France, Chicago

    Chicago (IL). January 25, 2018. Café des Sciences: The Human Microbiome with guest speaker Daniel van der Lelie, co-founder of Gusto Global. Presented by the Office for Science & Technology. Free - Open to all.
  • CNES’s Galette des Rois for Young Space Professionals

    , Washington, DC

    On January 19, the CNES Office in Washington, DC organized at the Embassy of France the second edition of the now annual « King cake » event for young professionals from the DC space community.
  • European Open Science Forum in Toulouse

    , Toulouse, France

    Euro Science Open Forum (ESOF), the largest interdisciplinary meeting on science, innovation and their relations with society in Europe, will be held in Toulouse from July 9 to 14, 2018.
  • Science Café in Dallas - Should we be concerned by Risk Management?

    , Dallas, TX

    The Office for Science & Technlogy of the Consulate general of France in Houston and the French-American Chamber of Commerce of Dallas/Fort Worth invite you to a Science Café in Dallas with Professor Alain Bensoussan, Director of the International Center for Decision and Risk Analysis, on (...)