As part of the 2012 Francophonie Celebrations, The Office of Science of Technology in Boston invites you to join our Scientific Networking Breakfast, a unique chance to meet with fellow students, researchers and entrepreneurs from the French-speaking scientific community.
« Tech entrepreneurship as a career opportunity »
Speaker : Fred Destin
Venture Capitalist – Partner, Atlas Ventures
When : March 13, 2012, 8.00 – 10.30 AM
Where : Swissnex Boston, 420 Broadway, Cambridge
From his transatlantic experience in venture capital, Fred Destin will share his vision on the key steps to launching a successful start-up, the unique set of skills acquired through an entrepreneurial venture and the beneficial role of entrepreneurs in time of crisis.
(Presentation in French)
“Innovation et industrie pharmaceutique”
Les mutations des modèles de recherche
President, Cyrma Venture – Advisory, Life Sciences – Member of LaunchPad Venture Group
Mardi 17 Janvier 2012 : 18h30 – 20h30
French Cultural Center
53 Marlborough Street Boston, MA 02116
En partenariat spécial avec le French Cultural Center de Boston
Cette édition est sponsorisée par Cellectis bioresearch
PRESENTATION IN FRENCH – NETWORKING TO FOLLOW
“Evolution du travail en milieu sous-marin : 160 ans de synergie entre physiologie et technologie”
Jean Claude le Péchon
The presentation will be given in French
Tuesday, June 21st 6:00 – 8:00 p.m
Cambridge Innovation Center
Havana Room 5th Floor
CAMBRIDGE MA 02142
Networking reception to follow.
The event is free but RSVP is required
Last month, more than 60 people attended to the exceptionnal Café des Sciences at the Broad Institute and listen to the great presentation of Dr. Baudouin Gerard and Dr. Clementine Féau, two young research scientists at the Institute. Using concrete examples of their research projects, they explained the challenges and the outcomes of the interaction between chemistry and biology and the way the Broad Institute creates a unique environment that fosters this interface. Thank you very much to the Broad for opening its beautiful facilities and offering a delicious buffet to the Café des Sciences community. Let’s do it again shortly!
Watch the video presenting the Café des Sciences and the event
On May 18th at 6pm, the Office of Science and Technology will be holding its 30th Café de Sciences.
This month’s presentation (in French) will be held at the Broad Institute (map), “Les challenges de l’interface Chime-Biologie et le modèle du Broad Institute.” The 2 speakers are Dr. Clémentine Feau and Dr. Baudouin Gérard, Research Scientists at the Broad Institute.
To RSVP, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event is also sponsored by the French-American Chamber of Commerce in New England, HubTech21, and Swissnex.
The Office of Science and Technology is excited to share a clip (in French) from its 29th Café de Sciences event with Olivier de Weck, Associate Professor from MIT’s Department of Aero/Astro Engineering. To learn more about Café de Sciences in general, visit the website and watch the video below.
Prof Peter Libby, the Director of Cardiovascular Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, spoke the Café de Sciences at the Residence of France from 6pm-8pm on March 24th 2010.
Dr Libby also serves as the Mallinckrodt Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He directs the D.W. Reynolds Cardiovascular Clinical Research Center at Harvard. Dr. Libby’s current major research focus is the role of inflammation in vascular diseases such as atherosclerosis. He has received numerous awards and recognitions for his research accomplishments. His areas of clinical expertise include general and preventive cardiology. The topic of the talk is “Prevent Heart Attack in 2010.” To RSVP, please email Nathalie.email@example.com. For more information about the Café de Sciences meetings, visit http://cafesciences.wordpress.com/.