Café Scientifique - "What is life at -60°C"
Concordia is the French-Italian Research Station located on the Antarctic plateau where temperatures can reach -80°C during winter time. During these 9 months of winter, 15 people live and work there. During Summer time, the population can grow up to 90 people both scientists and technicians.
Life has to be organised taking into account the environmental constraints, the community constraints, the scientists projects, ...
Quite a big challenge which has to be renewed every year !
Claire Le Calvez, ‘Paul Emile Victor Institute’ senior staff member, is Technical & Logistical Manager at the Concordia Research Station.
Café Scientifique "What is life at -60°C" with Claire Le Calvez (in english)
Tuesday, 10 September 2013, 6.30pm
@ Alliance Française Dublin
1 Kildare Street, Dublin 2
Admission Free, RSVP essential
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