A look back at the 2023 Science Festival at CRC


Once again this year, CRC members were on hand to welcome the public, young and old alike, to its laboratories.

Part of the CRC Science Festival team

On the menu: 6 workshops organized and supervised by some 60 people (students, post-docs, technical staff and researchers), on the kidney, fatty liver disease, CrispR/Cas9 molecular scissors, cell conservation, an investigation to identify the various culprits in the development of cancer, and a biological escape game to eradicate cancer using the immune system.

See the workshops on offer

Surgery on Caramel Bear by CM2 pupils from Ecole Blomet (75015)

We welcomed over 180 students and accompanying adults on Thursday October 12, representing 8 classes of CM2, 3e and première.

Saturday October 14 was dedicated to welcoming the general public, who turned out in large numbers. All our workshops were fully booked.

In all, over 350 people came to CRC to visit our laboratories, carry out experiments and chat with the organizers in the labs.

Our young and not-so-young visitors received their CRC passports, which they were able to have stamped in the labs they visited.

Another successful Science Festival at Les Cordeliers this year.

See you in 2024 for new scientific adventures!