# La Science s'aMuse: From the body at school to class 3 pathogens

Welcome to the program co-produced by the University of Montpellier and Divergence-FM, which takes you on a cruise through the laboratories of the Muse archipelago. Sylvain Wagnon, researcher at Lirdef, talks about the place of the body in school. On the reporting side, we embark for CEMIPAI, one of France's largest level 3 biosafety platforms.

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Between two ports of call, how about a bit of sport? Swimming, soccer, handball or yoga, many of you are dreaming of getting your body moving again after two confinements and almost eleven months of pandemics. And what about children? Many doctors, of course, have warned of the risks of being too sedentary, and have argued for the urgent need to reopen sports facilities to the very young. Since the end of last November, the French Ministry of Education has even followed suit, launching the 30 minutes of sport a day campaign at school. Common sense, some would say, and rightly so, but it took a pandemic for such a scheme to be put in place, and for the question of the place of the body in French schools to be raised again. We address this question today with our guest Sylvain Wagnon, professor at the Faculty of Education and researcher at the Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire de Research en Didactique, Éducation et Formation.

In the second half of the show, we're off to CEMIPAI, the Centre d'Etudes des Maladies Infectieuses et Pharmacologie Anti-Infectieuse, one of France's largest level 3 biosafety platforms. Why level 3? Because we come across class 3 pathogens... Explanations with Delphine Muriaux, CEMIPAI's director, who takes us on a tour.

La science s'aMuse, you've got the map, let's get on board!

Co-production: Université de Montpellier / Divergence-fm
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