The reconstructed Chauvet cave

To protect the cave of Chauvet-Pont d'Arc, this treasure of humanity, it was necessary to make a replica. Let's see how twenty years later, this finally became accessible.

France: On the way to the ORME Meetings 2.15

Nearly 1,500 digital professionals for education and culture are meeting in Marseille on May 20 and 21 to take part in the Rencontres de l'Orme, an unmissable event expected by specialists in the sector. A true unifying event, Orme 2.15 is the ideal place to discuss the Digital School and better understand market developments.

France: ÉcriTech'6 conference: Digital life of the student: an identity under construction

The 6th edition of the ecriTech 'conference, organized by the Académie de Nice, the digital department for education and the Canopé Network, will take place on April 9 and 10, 2015 in Nice, under the patronage of the Ministry of Education National, Higher Education and Research.

France: The great e-education plan will go through the shelves

On November 6, French President François Hollande presented in a speech the Grand Plan e-education, which will include the equipment of all 5th grade students in tablets, from the start of the 2016 school year.

A serious game to make children aware of drinking water

The Kézakeau? Platform, which helps to train and inform children while offering them fun, provides them with an online educational video game, “SOS Mission eau”, also available on tablet. This interactive game consists of making them rebuild the drinking water distribution network, destroyed by the evil Dr. Dry.

Michael Schumacher: his condition is still worrying

German Formula 1 driver Michael Schumacher is still in a coma more than 3 weeks after his skiing accident, where his head violently hit a rock.

Attention, risk of avalanche!

A few weeks ago, an avalanche claimed the lives of two people in the Alps. Let's take a closer look at this unfortunate incident, where the tragedy took place, and the other downsides and benefits of winter.

Fifty years ago Edith Piaf died

French music hall and variety singer Édith Piaf is one of the most famous French-speaking performers of all time. Popular in France as well as abroad, many of his hits have become classics. She died 50 years ago, on October 10, 1963, at the age of 47. A look back at his life and his work.

Diderot was born three hundred years ago

On October 5, 1713, the French writer and philosopher Denis Diderot was born. An emblematic figure of the Enlightenment, Diderot devoted more than 20 years of his life to the direction and writing of a major work, the Encyclopédie. Let's take a look back at the life of this man of letters and his time.

A charter to regulate religious symbols

Last Tuesday, the government of Quebec presented its draft charter of Quebec values aimed at the religious neutrality of the state. Let's take a closer look at what secularism is.