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Etienne Minvielle
π Health and biotech π Society

Remote monitoring: how to better care for patients at home

Etienne Minvielle, CNRS Research Director at the Centre for Management Research of the Interdisciplinary Institute of Innovation (I³-CRG*)

On May 17th, 2022
3 mins reading time
Hélène Lœvenbruck
π Health and biotech π Society

Is our inner voice our conscience?

Hélène Lœvenbruck, CNRS Research Director and Head of the Language team at the Laboratory of Psychology and Neurocognition in Grenoble

On May 11th, 2022
5 mins reading time
π Economics π Society

Economics and the challenge of moral values

David Thesmar, Professor of Financial Economics, Sloan School of Management (MIT)

On May 4th, 2022
5 mins reading time

What can economic thought gain from considering the confrontation between efficiency and values? Could it could enable economics to better inform political debates?

π Planet π Society

IPCC report: three things you need to know

Philippe Drobinski, CNRS Research Director at the Dynamic Meteorology Laboratory (LMD*) and Professor at Ecole Polytechnique (IP Paris), Patricia Crifo, Professor of Economics at École Polytechnique (IP Paris), Researcher at CREST (CNRS) and Associate Researcher at CIRANO, Julie Mayer, Researcher and Lecturer at I³-CRG* at École Polytechnique (IP Paris)

On April 21st, 2022
4 mins reading time

The latest IPCC report proposes solutions to combat global warming. One message stands out: we can still act, but we must do so now.

Andrew Steele
π Health and biotech π Society

Are we really doomed to grow old and die?

Andrew Steele, PhD in physics from the University of Oxford, Science Writer and Presenter

On January 12th, 2022
4 mins reading time
π Digital π Society

How digital platforms use underpaid microworkers

Antonio Casilli, Sociologist, Professor at Télécom Paris (IP Paris), and Associate Researcher at LACI-IIAC of EHESS

On December 15th, 2021
4 mins reading time

In 2019 in France, there were about 260,000 people "micro-working" at least occasionally.