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We build solutions to real world problems by providing an environment where we turn theory into practice and learning means doing.
Whether you are working on the nestbox project or not - you will of course have realised that it is not really our cute little plush owl that will be the end user of this product.  But so who is it?

On Thursday, Nov. 16th, at 17h15, Alexandre Roulin from UNIL is offering a crash course in owl biology. The course takes place in room 2917.2 in the Biophore building at UNIL.
(Don't panic. It's just across the street from EPFL.)

The presentation is followed by an apéro.

The event is custom-made for Octanis members, but if you want to bring some interested friends, don't hesitate to!

Upcoming

Octanis presenting at the Symposium of the Société Vaudoise des Sciences Naturelles on Participatory Research
« Octanis - Démocratisation des outils d'ingénierie »

Sat 4th Nov.
14h55
Consult the full programme here!
 

Presentation on Citizen Science by Rachel Aronoff from Hackuarium

Tue 7th Nov.
19h30
MED 3 2215
Register here!
 

Presentation by Dr. Natalie Ceperley and Anthony Michelon
Tales from the field: when environmental sensors help and hinder science

Tue 21st Nov
19h30
MED 3 2215
Register here!
 
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