Actively involved in a network of amateur meteorologists, Bernard Trouillet has put up a weather station on the roof of his pavillion, in the neighbourhood of Villevert in Senlis. He collects meteorological data that he streams in real time to Météo France in order to help improve official weather forecasts and contribute to a better understanding of climate plenomena.
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An engineer with a passion for humanoid robotics, Cyril Jacquelin is the co-founder and president of LABio, a « fablab » located in Senlis, open to all, and allowing everyone to carry out scientific projects with a collaborative spirit. There you can find anything from a prototype artificial hand to an automated distributor of pet food.
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A researcher in applied physics and chemistry, Jean-Michel Mataigne is also a chess player and the president of Senlis’ chess club. He likes hard thinking and reasoning, but also the part of intuition and surprise which makes for the beauty of a good game and of a good research.
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An engineer in physics and chemistry, a doctor in biology, Kalina Raskin is the general manager of CEEBIOS, the Senlis-based European Center Of Excellence in Biomimicry. She wants to reconcile nature and science, putting technique to work for humanity’s and society’s wellbeing.
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Nicolas Bilot is a young archaeologist in charge of coordinating the excavations of the medieval castle of Montépilloy. He searches day after day for the traces of our past. For him, the Valois region, at the heart of the historical Ile-de-France, is an exceptional playing field, with lots of discoveries still to be made.
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