23 March / Native Scientist in Dublin & Galway [fr]

Native Scientist workshops are back!
A perfect opportunity for young children to practice French while learning more about science.

We are delighted to announce that new Native Scientist workshops will be organised within the frame of the Francophonie Festival!
Native Scientist is an international network aiming at celebrating multilingualism while developing science skills.


Native Scientist at Francophonie Festival 2019 - PNG

What is a Native Scientist workshop?

French speaking-scientists in Galway and Dublin will get together to talk and demonstrate their work to kids who speak French at home with their families. A great opportunity for kids to practice their language skills and develop their knowledge of science!
Entrance is free but registration is mandatory, within the frame of the partnership developed between the Embassy of France in Ireland and the Native Scientist workshop.

Dublin: Saturday 23rd March, 11 am @ Alliance Française Dublin

Workshop organised in partnership by the Embassy of France in Ireland and the Alliance Française Dublin, coordinated by Dr Marie-Victoire Guillot-Sestier, Native Scientist coordinator (Trinity College Dublin)
Who: kids aged 8-12 years old
Venue: French Library, Alliance Française Dublin (1 Kildare Street, Dublin 2)
On the agenda:
- Benoit Bossavit, Trinity College Dublin: Computer Sciences
- Lilian Genaro Motti Ader, University College Dublin: Physiotherapy
- Benjamin Roques, University College Dublin: Biology
- Guillaume Thuery, Trinity College Dublin: Neuroscience
- Stanislas Von Euw, Trinity College Dublin: Chemistry
Registration: To register, please go here

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Native Scientist at Francophonie Festival 2019
Native Scientist

Galway: Saturday 23rd March, 2 pm @ NUI Galway

Workshop organised in partnership by the Embassy of France in Ireland and Cell Explorers, coordinated by Dr Sarah Berthaud, Native Scientist coordinator (Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology)
Who: kids aged 6 - 12 years old.
Venue: Cell EXPLORERS, Biochemistry teaching laboratory room 219, Art & Science Concourse.
On the agenda:
- Joëlle Bizeau, NUI Galway: la découverte de l’atome (discovering the atom)
- Morgane Pommie, Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology: l’observation des cétacés (whale watching)
- Paule-Emilie Ruy, Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology: les parasites des bigorneaux (periwinkles and their parasites)
- Ruaihri Strachan, NUI Galway: découverte des fossiles (discovering the fossils)
- Liam Strachan, NUI Galway : les caractéristiques de l’eau et notre flottabilité (water properties and our ability to float)
- Stéphanie Lhomond, NUI Galway: identification des cellules (identifying the cells)
Registration: Please register here
Affiche Native Scientist à Galway - PNG

Published on 01/03/2019

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