It is with great pleasure that IFFO-RME, IRSN, Planète Sciences and FabLab de Sorbonne Universities, partners of OpenRadiation, announce the holding of the first day of the Openradiation community which will take place in the premises of Halle Pajol on 13 January 2020.

OpenRadiation will be present at the 24th edition of the Educatec Educatice exhibition, a key french event for educational innovation.

A real place for exchanges, this exhibition for education professionals is being held on 20, 21 and 22 November at Paris Porte de Versailles.



On the occasion of the first day of the OpenRadiation community on January 13, 2020, the project partners are launching a new competition 📸!
Citizens, to your sensors, be creative and creative and highlight your sensor in an original photo!
Curious, curious? 👩🏼🔬 Do you want to measure radioactivity in your home?

Find the contest rules on Instagram and Twitter and send us your photo at or directly on Instagram or Twitter. 


You can now follow OpenRadiation news on Instagram !
Share your OpenRadiation actions with the community using the @openradiation tag or #OpenRadiation and #communityOpenRadiation. 

Scientists are going to Belarus to work with the people living in the village of Kamaryn on daily radiation protection.

A group of high school students volunteered to help collect measurements in the environment and participate in OpenRadiation.

You can follow their mission led by Jean-Marc, accompanied by Pascal, Melanie and Wataru, from Japan. The first measurements in the Kamaryn area are expected in the coming days.


The Paris Open Source Summit took place in Aubervilliers on December 6th and 7th:

OpenRadiation was presented in front of an audience composed of developers but also representatives of companies, communities, associations, etc.