The 16th edition of the Science Festival starts all over France Monday, October 8th and runs through Sunday, October 14. The International Polar Year was selected as the theme for the National Festival of Science 2007.
To find out what events near you, log on to the official website of the Festival of Science:
where you can search by geographical area and by theme.
Visit the International Polar Year website:
The word wintering (October 2007), p “poles of Life.” Gilles has, this month, Sylvain, vehicle mechanic. You also have the ability to view, archive, new months and previous winters since 2002.
Pictures of the month (October 2007), p “poles of Life.” Photos illustrating mainly:
Sylvain and his work on the base.
The latest news from the lives of animals (emperor penguins and seals).
News (click the underlined link to read the corresponding message):
Ads by Thomas Jouanneau the upcoming release of his book “Antarctica, on the road to Concordia – Polar Portraits” (message received Dumont d’Urville and communicated by Gilles Brébant).
Calendar of the traveling photographic exhibition “On the road to Concordia” (message Thomas Jouanneau).
News Vagabond, scientific sailboat that will start its fourth winter in the Arctic (Eric Brossier message).
Fall Meeting of the AAEPF
The fall meeting will be held Friday, October 19, 2007 18 h 00 to 21 h 00 with the support of the Geographical Society’s premises IPAG at 3, rue du Dragon – 75006 – in Paris – Metro: Saint -Germain-des-Prés.
The Annual General Meeting to be held at the beginning of the meeting will vote to replace four officers.
Exhibition: Adventures at the poles, in the footsteps of Paul-Emile Victor – towards a global warming? at the Palais de la Découverte from 12 June 2007 to January 6, 2008. Link to presentation of the exhibition on the site of the Palais de la Découverte
Directory of AAEPF: To publish a new edition of the book in 2007, we mobilize all good wishes to correct the information contained in the 2003 edition about you and / or for your friends. Write us.