Open Science

Since 2017, Unesco has been defending the concept of 'Open Science' (sharing of scientific information to the general public) in order to allow the citizens to better understand certain mechanisms of thought and governance.
In this, the Coronavirus crisis (2020), with its uncertainties, its approximations, and its use by governments and lobbies was an exemple of 'Open Science'.

In 2019, the National Committee of Monaco, advised by scientists, gathered works by artists who are interested in the infinitely small as well as in the infinitely large, and in the quantum theories. Delivering, according to their own sensitivity their perception of these phenomenas.

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Children violence
Parkinson disease
Alzheimer disease
Autist children
Building peace
Africa Week
Environment and climate
Visual Disabilities
IAA and DYS children
Open Science