Treize Minutes Marseille: an unmissable science popularization event

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Small, rhythmic, multidisciplinary conferences: 5 speakers, 13 minutes per speaker!

Tuesday, June 15, 2021 at 8pm - Free entrance
Marseille - Espace Julien + live broadcast on

Small, multidisciplinary, rhythmic conferences: 5 speakers, 13 minutes per speaker!

Videos seen by thousands of internet users: the Treize Minutes Marseille are back at the Espace Julien for the eighth edition of this intellectual "browsing" event, just like the successful TED conferences, which tackle a variety of subjects with speakers from different backgrounds, ranging from the human and social sciences to the experimental sciences...

Thirteen Minutes, 5 speakers, 5 topics!


  • "What? Viruses that heal?"
    Mireille Ansaldi
  • "History of A"
    Adeline Duperray
  • "Masked Virus
    Etienne Decroly
  • "The comet... in your face?"
    Fabrice Feinstein
  • "Glottophobia, what does it mean?"
    Médéric Gasquet-Cyrus

The event will be signed in French sign language.

13 minutes of questions from the audience! After the speeches, the audience will have 13 minutes to ask questions to the speakers.
And for those who can't make it? The live broadcast will be available on the event's website. With the #13min live tweet, Internet users will be able to ask questions or post comments live throughout the evening. All videos will also be available online.

Information, reservations and live stream to follow on: http: //

The event is subject to changes due to the health context and will be held in compliance with the  barrier measures in force.


The Treize Minutes Marseille are organized by researchers, teacher-researchers and other members of Aix-Marseille Université/CNRS and are supported by: Aix-Marseille Université, DRARI Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, Région Sud, CNRS, Institut Archimède, Centrale Marseille, LIS, ILCB, I2M, LPL, CPPM, CIELAM, INT, LCB, ADEF, PRISM, AFMB, Espace Julien, Culture science Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur.




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Scientific Culture Unit
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Treize Minutes Marseille
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