Our partners

Why become a partner?

TimeWorld is the event that values collective intelligence and spreads knowledge with no cultural constraint. The congress will display aspects of randomness from different perspectives, from theory to fact and from the past to the future.
Challenging questions will be discussed by industrial actors, researchers and the general public. Everyone’s expertise will help solve a complex situation and solutions will merge in order to find new ideas and create new projects.
More than inviting people to think together, TimeWorld is also the opportunity to participate in contests, workshops, playful scientific and artistic activities and exceptional performances.
Becoming one of TimeWorld’s partners is taking part in this disruptive concept that consists in placing individuals at the centre of the scene, that spurs interactions between people from different cultures and backgrounds in order to create new ideas in science. We are dedicated to respecting and spreading everyone’s expertise and ethics. Being one of TimeWorld’s partners is acting in this direction before, meanwhile and after the event.

How to become a partner?

Please do not hesitate to contact us.

Our partners

Ville de Paris Ville de Paris

The Paris City Hall, where the Paris City Hall is located. The Paris City Hall, located in the city hall of the capital, refers to the administration of the City of Paris, a territorial authority with a special status on which the territory of Paris depends. It is made up of approximately 53,000 employees working in numerous departments coordinated by a general secretariat under the authority of the Mayor of Paris and his deputies. It is one of the largest administrative entities in France.

Science & Vie Science & Vie
Magazine

In a century, Science & Vie has seen the world change and has accompanied scientific revolutions by explaining them to its readers. Looking back a century, it was clear to the editors of Science & Vie how much our living conditions have changed. We live much more comfortably, much longer and certainly more numerous. We are also globally more educated. Unquestionably, the development of science and technology has more than contributed to these major changes. And Science & Vie has also evolved over the decades while remaining faithful to its raison d'être since its first issue: to offer content written and illustrated to be understood by all. By popularizing scientific discoveries, by reporting on the progress of knowledge in all fields, by shedding light on the questions that these advances raise, Science & Vie is the privileged witness of a world on the move. With a time of advance on the progress, a fine and objective analysis of the situations, Science et Vie deciphers and anticipates

Editions Belin Editions Belin

For more than two centuries, Belin Editions has been helping generations of children to acquire reliable knowledge that will enable them to discover, understand and think about the world around them. Today, with a multidisciplinary catalog of more than 2,500 titles and an editorial independence that is constantly reinforced, Belin Editions has a know-how that it deploys as much in textbooks as in works of culture and knowledge to awaken and nourish the curiosity of all... because we never stop learning.

Pour La Science Pour La Science
Media group

Pour la Science publishes two magazines and a special issue: Pour la Science, the monthly magazine of international scientific news - Pour la Science Hors-série, a quarterly thematic publication - Cerveau & Psycho, the monthly magazine of scientific psychology and neuroscience.

MNHN MNHN
Muséum national d'histoire naturelle de Paris

At the crossroads between earth, life and human sciences, the muséum focuses on nature and its relationship with the human race on a daily basis, and has done so for almost 400 years. The muséum is steeped in history, yet at the heart of current affairs, and is also working for the future… Today, many different professions exist side by side at the Muséum. Teacher-researchers hunting down knowledge to make scientific progress, taxidermists devoted to giving back power, movement and expression to specimens in the collections, gardeners rising to the challenge of growing plants from different climates in the alpine garden, electricians, carpenters, reception assistants, vets, museologists… all working with the same passion and with one single aim - to further explore and promote nature in order to protect it better.