A month focused on science at Loctudy Media Library – Loctudy

The Loctudy Media Library will host two high-profile science events during the month of November. This Wednesday, November 9, 2:30 p.m. Show “Kamishibaï, Open!” Presented by Compagnie Tout for children and parents. This poetic and ironic tale will introduce Emily Tracente, actress, clown and puppeteer. It is geared towards protecting nature, animals and oceans.

Emily Trassent will sneak into her character as a goofy storyteller, Lou. At the same time as you discover the audience, you’ll discover a “Kamishibai,” a small wooden doll used by street vendors in Japan. By engaging the audience in the tale, the artist will invite them to participate in the stories. The show is free, reservations are recommended.

Is there DNA in books?

On Saturday, November 26 at 10:30 a.m., Professor of Medicine Tristan Montier, MD, PhD, will respond to this question: “Is there DNA in books?” And to many others during a conference entitled “Nucleic Acids: From Understanding Genetic Diseases to Their Applications”.

A living structure found in humans but also in plants, DNA, also known as ‘nucleic acids’, contains all of the genetic information. This moment will be open to everyone, and it will also be an opportunity for a scientific clarification through plant extraction to understand what living things are. This will be an opportunity to get scientific answers to deny some misinformation.

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Information and reservations with the Loctudy Media Library, tel. 02 98 87 98 57.

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