ARTS & SCIENCE
The Symbiom group has historically been created around awareness and information projects on environmental issues, notably through visual foresight. The concrete objective is to simulate the future of our planet in coordination with groups of experts, like the IPCC, mandated by the UN to study the climate future of our planet. This work was put in place as a follow-up to the scientific and artistic work of Yannick Monget, which serves as a matrix for different activities of awareness and education through the digital arts.
Specialized in scientific infographics, Symbiom Arts currently aims to be an intermediary between the world of research and the public, by linking digital arts and science in order to image the results of the studies and discoveries carried out in many scientific fields.
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