2018 – EXHIBITION Stem Cells


Did you know that we are the result of the multiplication and diversification of a handful of tiny stem cells?

All life begins with stem cells. Without them men, animals and plants could not live. Thanks to them our body is constantly regenerating and creates more than 300 million new cells per minute.

Today, with the help of stem cells, doctors can produce skin or treat patients with cancer. And tomorrow?   Could we cure through these special cells diseases like Alzheimers or diabetes?

Discover the role and nature of these very particular cells. Their incredible powers will not stop surprising you!

Private Guided Tour

We have organised a private guided tour of this very interesting exhibition at 10 am on Friday 23rd February. The cost per person will be between 2,50€ and 4,50€ depending on numbers.

Cap Sciences, Hangar 20, Quai de Bacalan, 33300 Bordeaux which is next to Pont Chaban Delmas. For a map, please click here


Following the visit to Cap Science for those who would like lunch we plan to eat at Les Tontons, which is just 50 metres from the exhibition. The lunch menu costs between 16 – 18 euros (excluding wine) which includes a buffet of entrées, plat de jour and a buffet of desserts.

Les Tontons, 118 Quai de Bacalan, 33000 Bordeaux which is next to the Pont Chaban Delmas.  For a map, please click here


If you would like to join us please register with Norma B or online. Norma’s contact details are here

Closing date Sunday 18th February.  Places are limited so please register early.

When using the on-line booking form, please note the following:

  • Do not forget to press ‘Submit’
  • If you do not receive a confirmation from the organiser within 48 hours then your booking has not been recorded and we ask you to contact the organiser direct for your booking confirmation

Address – Parking – Public Transport

Tram line B, stop Cite du Vin. Address Hanger 20, Quai Bacalan, 33300 Bordeaux (ie Next door to the Pont Chaban Delmas)

Plenty of parking available agjacent to the CAP Sciences