<P>&nbsp;</P> <P align=justify>On the 3<SUP>rd</SUP> and 4<SUP>th</SUP> November, the Tony Garnier Hall in Lyon will host the Solvay lab: on the occasion of its 150 year anniversary in France the group is seeking to use the event to increase its reputation and visibility and hopes to give a real taste of what the brand represents in a fun and festive atmosphere. The choice of Lyon was not coincidental for Solvay since a quarter of the company&#8217;s employees are based in France and most of those in Lyon itself.&nbsp; <EM>&#8220;Our relationship with the Lyon region goes back a long way and will continue in the future&#8221;</EM>, stated Jean-Pierre Clamadieu, President of the group&#8217;s Executive Committee.</P> <P align=justify><BR>Organised like a giant laboratory, the event will reveal<STRONG> the one thousand and one secrets of <A title="" href="https://www.aderly.com/industrie-chimie/chemical-companies,p,223,EN.jsp" target=_blank>chemistry</A></STRONG> to visitors, who will be able to experience what it&#8217;s like to be a chemist by carrying out their own experiments. Employees, students, high-school students, the general public&#8230;<STRONG>anyone can sign up</STRONG> to come along and discover and learn whilst having fun. </P> <P align=justify><BR>The space will be divided into <STRONG>5 zones which will each develop a particular theme</STRONG>: journey to the heart of chemistry, games for little chemists, a giant four-dimensional cake, innovations and the future, and a trip back in time. <BR></P> <P align=justify>&nbsp;</P> <P align=justify>To reserve your place for this this<STRONG> free exhibition-event</STRONG>, visit the <A title="" href="http://solvaylab.com/" target=_blank>event website</A>.&nbsp;&nbsp;</P>