Pierre-Emmanuel Meunier and Johan da Silveira, two designers and inventor artists currently working at Autodesk, will present their project baptized: tattoué , the first automated tattoo machine, based on 3D printing technology.
The "Café des Sciences" is a series of scientific conferences given in French, organized by the Office for Science and Technology in San Francisco. Each event is an opportunity for the French, Francophone and Francophile communities to meet with a French scientist working in the USA and to learn more about his or her research interests. The talk is always followed by an informal discussion and a cocktail reception. These events are free of charge and open to the public. They are an excellent opportunity to meet new people and to learn about science around a coffee or a glass of wine. Presentations are held in French.
Tattooed project: The first automated tattoo machine! What does it mean to invent a new tool today? Apéro des Sciences in SF #2 : The Search for a new Earth
This "Apéro des Sciences" is organized in partnership with the association X-Berkeley, and will take place on May 28 at the University of California in Berkeley. Dr. Franck Marchis, director of the Research at the Carl Sagan Center of the SETI institute, will speak about the "Search for a new Earth".
Café des Sciences SF #1 with Anne-Gaëlle Jacquin and Celine Schiff-Deb: The algae, a family full of promises
The Office for Science & Technology at the Consulate of France in San Francisco is pleased to announce the first "Café des Sciences" at the Residence of France in San Francisco on April 2, 2015 at 6:30pm. Anne-Gaëlle Jacquin, marine biologist and Celine Schiff-Deb, PhD in plant genetics, will present "The algae, a family full of promises". A networking session will follow the presentation.