After being presented at the Landévennec Library last October, the exhibition “Science in Service of Heritage” returns, this time to the reception cottage in the Vauban Tower in Camarette-sur-Mer. It was presented in 2015 in Paris by the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), and since then it has been itinerant and in 23 plate form.
In the heritage factory
The exhibition demonstrates the role of science in the process of heritage development and helps to understand why traces of the past, far or near, have acquired the status of a heritage object. It is this whole process of transmission that the National Council for Scientific Research proposes to understand through this exhibition for the general public. From the discovery of the object to its exhibition, through its documentation and protection, science is present at each of these stages and creates a link between past civilizations and future generations. Mathematics, chemistry, biology, computer science… then it turns out that the sciences are interdisciplinary in this process of inheritance.
The exhibition is from December 20, 2021 to January 2, 2022, from 2 pm to 6 pm, closed on December 25 and January 1. Vauban Tower reception hut. free entry. Sanitary pass and wearing a mask is mandatory.
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