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Centre de Culture Scientifique, Technique & Industrielle Grenoble

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Founded in 1979, the Centre de Culture Scientifique, Technique et Industrielle de Grenoble (CCSTI Grenoble) is a non-profit organisation that aims to promote science, technology and culture of innovation in the region of Isère and beyond. To achieve this, CCSTI Grenoble organises a range of activities including the design and implementation of interactive exhibitions, the production and organisation of open science workshops, round tables and public debates aimed to a wide range of audiences, and the touring of exhibitions and outreach tools (e.g. a Science Truck). Additionally, in the Rhône-Alpes region, CCSTI Grenoble coordinates "La Fête de la Science", the most important French science festival.

The Grenoble Science Centre also serves as a resource centre for a wide array of people and organisations that need advice and support to coordinate their own activities in science culture. Moreover, training is also available for teachers and students.

 

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