A March for Science in a small countryside town?

Why a March for Science in Civray, a very small town, near Poitiers, West France ? Whereas most of the marches are organized in university cities ?



Because we are a small group of active citizens, aged from 17 to 69.

Because also, unusually, we do research in our tiny town, with high skills students in our high school.

We thus love and practice science and research, and are active citizens.

We want to say NO to any kind of censorship.

We want to state loud and clear that Earth must be above politics and economics.

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About Gilles Mirambeau

I am a teacher of molecular biology/biochemistry at the UMPC- Sorbonne University*. At EuroScientist, heading its Editorial Board in close partnership with Sabine Louet and looking for a sustainable model, I am deeply involved in its concomitant development with the HSE community. Having an irrepressible vocation for making science at the frontiers of knowledge in a multidisciplinary and cooperative atmosphere, I focused my research during the 80s on the unexpected highly tensed state of the DNA found in archae living at high temperature. Then I switched to HIV and its macromolecular machine in the early 90s. Following my teaching activity at UPMC, I jumped from Paris to Barcelona, where I am engaged in my slow and non-dogmatic research about the HIV viral machine, emphasizing the quinary, weak forces as the fifth level of protein organization in the living world. * http://www.master.bmc.upmc.fr/

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