Last Saturday, the 2nd edition of the “Illustrated talks” organized by ERCcOMICS took place at Jussieu Campus in Paris with the artist Lorenzo Palloni and the researcher Christine Joblin (one of our Principal Investigators) in the “Fête de la Science 2017” (Science Party). It was an amazing opportunity to share the astronomy and astrophysics behind the Nancosmos project, that has already a comic inspired in its science. This “Fête de la Science” is a celebration of science and technology and thousands of individuals get involved, providing general public the opportunity to discover the wonders of science. “Illustrated talks” are talks where the artist illustrates the scientist live while talking about the project. Congratulations for this outreach initiative!
Watch the full illustrated talk (in french) by Christine Joblin (research director at CNRS Toulouse) & comics artist Lorenzo Palloni at the Fête de la Science in PARIS, Campus de Jussieu, on the 14th of October 2017.
Here, some pictures from the 2nd edition of the illustrated talks with the artist Lorenzo Palloni and the researchers Christine Joblin (ERC Nanocosmos).
Christine Joblin, one of Nanocosmos’ Principal Investigators, participates in an illustrated talk during the “Fête de la Science” last 14th of October in Paris.
“Estrella” (Star in Spanish) is the name of the comic inspired by Nanocosmos.
Christine Joblin during the illustrated talk in Paris.
Lorenzo Palloni is the artist that gave life to the comic inspired by Nanocosmos “Estrella” and draw the stories live during the illustrated talk.