Programs

Science for people

Monthly international webinars with Science magazine

Science/AAAS, the world’s largest scientific journal, and Fondation Ipsen organize monthly international webinars to promote science. These webinars are free and open to the public.

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Paris Accord of Science Communication
– a world media event

The National Press Foundation and Fondation Ipsen organize an annual four-day congress with leading science journalists. During the Paris Accord, top scientists present their data for the media to better communicate science to people.

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UNESCO Science report

The UNESCO Science Report provides expert opinions and data on scientific capacity in more than 140 countries. The next edition will be available to the public in November 2020 and without charge.

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Worldwide public health training with Pasteur Institute

The Pasteur Institute and Fondation Ipsen have launched a Diploma on Public Health. The program educates people about infectious disease and public health in low- and middle-income countries. The diploma is available to healthcare workers and the public without charge.

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Scientific books for children
with Institut Curie

Scientists from Institut Curie collaborate with local artists and Fondation Ipsen to educate children about biology and medical science. This unique program conveys modern cell biology to young children.

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Thought leaders
– new ideas, new science

Collège International de Philosophie, with Fondation Ipsen, offer 75 scientific research seminars per year to the public. Rue Descartes, a leading journal on scientific philosophical thought, is now available in English for free to the public.

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Discovering science through theatre

The « Impromptus Scientifiques » are scientific spectacular plays which set the scene for a scientist to discuss his research with the public.

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The “Fondation Ipsen Mobility Prizes”

Science Po Paris and Fondation Ipsen created these Mobility prizes to provide financial aid to disabled students to study abroad in prestigious universities.

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