Friday 8 October at 6 pm (UTC+2): Cyrille Jeancolas will present his doctoral work on the origin of life at the occasion of the science festival "La fête de la science". Through a double approach involving biochemistry and social anthropology, he will show how to build biomolecular systems between the inert and the living while revealing the conceptions of life that accompany this research. Online (in French), registration: https://www.college-de-france.fr/site/chercheurs/Cyrille-Jeancolas-doctorant-en-biologie-moleculaire-et-anthropologie-sociale.htm

Saturday 9 October from 9:30 to 17:30 (UTC+2): Elie Danziger and Cyrille Jeancolas will run a stand at the Collège de France to present the research work of the "Anthropology of Life" team. Thanks to the contributions of its members, it documents the variations, in space and time, of the conceptions that humans have of life and living beings through the actions they exert on vital processes. 11 place Marcelin Berthelot, 75005, Paris. https://www.college-de-france.fr/site/chercheurs/Fete-de-la-science-2021.htm

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