Follow Me

Close
The Petit Palais Museum is hosting works of the contemporary Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone from October the 18th, 2022 to January the 8th, 2023.  Two sets entitled humansky and nudes stage human bodies and their relationship with natural elements such as the sky, water, air and fire. The third work burn to shine is a monumental video […]
Read more
Today, it is estimated that about 10 million repairs are carried out every year in France where around 1,5 billion electrical and electronical devices are being used. Objective: increase the amount of repairs by 20%. Starting in December, consumers will be able to go to one of the first 500 authorized repairers ( labeled "QualiRépar" […]
Read more
The Cité des sciences et de l’industrie presents Évolutions industrielles, a temporary exhibition which encourages us to try and understand the new industrial world and its impact on Human Beings. Nothing can keep away from industry : it structures human labor, and also the landscapes, the cities, our societies. We are but one with industrial […]
Read more
The SNCF (national french railway board) has placed an order for the districts of  Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, Grand Est and  Occitanie. Alstom is a pioneer as far as hydrogen trains are concerned, thanks to a technology developed in their production plant in Tarbes. They drove their first prototypes in Germany in 2018, and have now entered […]
Read more
Exhibition__ When you ask people which are their favorite animals , most of the time they will mention dogs, cats, horses, dolphins, tigers, pandas… And if you ask about the insect category, they will tell you about butterflies, ladybirds, or bees. Louses, ticks, mosquitoes or dust mites are perceived rather like animals that we would […]
Read more
Who would dare certify that the world is just an illusion ?  Square-root of the verb to be tells the story of one week of Talyani Waqar Malik’s existence when, depending on the decisions taken to face events, a direction was chosen rather than another. Drawing from his own story, Wajdi Mouawad describes in this […]
Read more
Hydrogen is one of the lightest elements in the universe but also the most abundant : 75% of the universe’s mass is constituted of hydrogen and 92% of the molecules are made of hydrogen, such as water for example. Fantastic energy vector, hydrogen is totally decarbonized, that means it does not emit carbon dioxide (CO2), […]
Read more