Cap Sciences, bringing the weird, wonderful, and captivating to Bordeaux and its surrounding region.
Through the increasingly complex world of digital technologies, fake news, climate, environment, health, and new professions, it has never been more important to get to the bottom of these subjects.
Cap Sciences deploys treasures of creation to offer exhibitions, meetings, astonishing activities, and popular events. With these tools, visitors are greeted with knowledge of construction, the latest innovations, and current topics.
Years of experience in cultural, technical and scientific mediation
General public, school or professional visitors per year
Curious, motivated, passionate and committed collaborators serving the dissemination of knowledge
Index of professional equality – Overall result level for 2021 between women and men based on 2020 data: 81/100
Governance of Cap Sciences
Côtés sciences Air&Espace
The media Curieux !
The media Curieux !
With its counterparts in Poitiers, Pau and Limoges, Cap Sciences launched Curieux! Original media, available on all social platforms, separate the true from the false, shake up the status quo, and imagine the future. Broadcasted across Nouvelle-Aquitaine, this content impacts the daily life of locals.
The Circle of Cap Sciences brings together companies that participate in the support and development of Cap Sciences to meet its mission of general interest.
Promote activities and the reputation of Cap Sciences to the general public, focusing on the young generation.
Promote links between scientific culture, technical, and industrial institutions and also within companies and educational circles.
Make Cap Sciences an essential reference for scientific information in Nouvelle-Aquitaine.
Work with the media and journalists for better perception and understanding of scientific, technical, and industrial culture.
Instigate special meetings with researchers, industrialists, and experts, particularly within the "Cafés des Sciences" framework.
Propose themes for scientific, technical, and industrial operations in the Cap Sciences building, hangar 20.