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​It's a composite ensemble of cultural and educational learning-oriented activities endorsing innovative narration schemes. They originate from the desire to join art and science in a new, appealing form of communication. These proposals maintain quality and ​scientific accuracy and are founded on the principles of theatrical language. They include fun, exciting and ​intriguing interactions​ with the audience.
Within this macro-category, the following 7 main types of activity ​​​stand out:

​Scientific play
This mode of scientific popularization offers a theatrical representation realized by scientists-actors, with a clear screenplay and a well-defined direction.

Science theatre
This mode of popularization introduces a scientific topic through a first theatrical moment favoring emotional immersion and listening​, thus preparing the audience to an active participation and an ensuing in-depth analysis.

Scientific animation
This edutainment-based form is aimed at both teaching and entertaining, and offers the opportunity to approach science informally.

Science show
It's a dynamic interaction between students and a scientific performer, leading the pupils to observe experiments, demonstrations and scientific games, in a fun, curiosity-driven fashion, with amazing special effect and stimulating questions and ​​apparent nonsense. 

This scientific activity aims at arousing the audience's curiosity in a short time, making use of materials and tools in the exhibit.

Scientific game
This individual or team game has a well-defined set of regulations, where the winning individual or team must answer questions, riddles or face challenges about a scientific topic.

Science of senses
This mode of scientific popularization offers a non-conventional sensory experience. 

Science and society
This popularization program promotes active participation to scientific research providing citizens with tools for data collection and processing.​
  • A few examples of activities