From nuclear research to shared knowledge ....
- How to combine sustainable development with a dependable supply of energy?
- Is abundant, reliable and reasonably priced energy possible?
- Can nuclear energy addresses meet this challenge? How?
- Is radioactive waste dangerous? What becomes of it?
With 600 m2 of colorful mockups, interactive educational tools and discovery modules, Visiatome invites the public to see, touch, and play while becoming familiar with the keys to an essential question:
What energies for tomorrow?
In a society where energy and science are subject to debate, Visiatome is a center for discovery and education proposed by the Atomic Energy and Alternative Energies Commission (CEA), a French public research organization.
Intended for the general public, it is entirely devoted to energy issues, including radioactivity and nuclear energy.
The exhibits emphasize transparency and educational experience - but also the pleasure of discovery.
It provides a unique opportunity in France for sharing a culture of science and knowledge about energy - a subject that concerns all of us.