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Don’t miss the 2014 edition !

(Logo above is from United Nations Millennium Development Goals) The Centre for Interdisciplinary Research (CRI) in Paris (France)  organises the fourth edition of its Nightscience event from the 18th to the 20th of June 2014 at the Cité des sciences et de l’industrie, Paris, France. To close the event, a hackathon will be organized on […]

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Night Science Replay is now online!

After a few months of sleep, Night Science is back with talks available online. This includes all the lectures from 2013’s edition waiting for a new meeting in 2014. Enjoy!Night Science 2013 – Cameron Neylon talks about… par CRI-Paris Night Science 2013 – Ibrahima Saar (Mozilla… par CRI-Paris Night Science 2013 – Conclusions by Stephen… […]

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Kathryn Harkup: Young Rewired State — Coding a Better Community

Kathryn Harkup has been involved with computing and science outreach programmes full time for over six years. She has been working with Young Rewired State (YRS), a network of software developers and designers aged 18 and under, for the past three years. Initially she worked as a centre lead for the Festival of Code but […]

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Ideas: Open your Research — One Link at a Time

Dor Garbash used to be a professional photographer who discovered he had a soft spot for science. Dor is currently a PhD fellow at the Center for Research and Interdisciplinarity at Paris Descartes University where he develops Knownodes, a direct approach to open knowledge. Dor is keen to hack Knownodes further during the NightScience hackathon. Would you be […]

Les enseignants, hackers avant l’heure !

NightScience, c’est le bidouillage pour tous. Parce que nous sommes tous créatifs et curieux. Ange Ansour, une de nos intervenants, et Stéphanie de Vanssay, une de nos complices, toutes deux des savanturières, s’adressent ici à leurs collègues enseignants : des hackers avant l’heure. Trouvailles, bidouilles et astuces sont notre quotidien. De plus, notre identité professionnelle […]

Pourquoi je vais aller au hackathon Nightscience

Stéphanie de Vanssay est enseignante spécialisée en RASED. Elle tient le blog “Situations motivantes” et est très active sur Twitter où elle partage des retours d’expérience et ses réflexions sur des sujets variés ; récemment, c’est le livre “Multipliez vos idées” de Bruno Challamel (éd. Dunod) qui a retenu son attention : suivez le mot-dièse […]