Registration open for 2017 Directors Forum

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Registration is now open for the 2017 Ecsite Directors Forum, hosted on 4-6 October by Universcience in Paris, France.

Senior Managers of Ecsite Full member organisations will be coming together for 2.5 days of networking, high-profile talks and workshops and peer learning.

The theme is "Science engagement & digital media: meant to be?" Programme highlights include two high profile keynotes, four parallel workshops, an exchange with the Ecsite Board, a peer surgery and a 'provocation session' from the 2017 Mariano Gago Ecsite Awards winners. On the networking and social event front, participants can expect a dinner and evening visit of Cité des Sciences, a yet to be revealed local excursion and countless opportunities for conversations.

Link to registration, full programme and all details can be found on the dedicated web page.

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The city of Paris boasts two prestigious centres promoting science and technology, the Cité des sciences et de l’industrie and the Palais de la Découverte. From January 1st, 2010, they have joined forces to create a new institution: Universcience placed under the joint responsibility of the Ministry for Higher Education, Research and Innovation and the Ministry for Culture. With almost 3.5 million visitors each year (3 million at the Cité des sciences et de l’industrie and 550 000 at the Palais de la découverte), Universcience is the fourth most popular cultural establishment in Paris after the Louvre, Versailles and the Georges-Pompidou Centre.

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