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Martin Whyte
π Health and biotech

Drugs alone won't be enough to solve the obesity crisis

Martin Whyte, Associate Professor of Metabolic Medicine at University of Surrey
Particle, quantum entanglement (quantum correlation). Quantum mechanics . 3d illustration
π Science and technology

Quantum: the second revolution unfolds

sylvain Cros
π Energy π Planet π Science and technology

Renewables: yields vary according to climate

Sylvain Cros, Research Engineer at the Dynamic Meteorology Laboratory of École polytechnique (IP Paris), Riwal Plougonven, Professor at École polytechnique (IP Paris) and Senior Lecturer at the Dynamic Meteorology Laboratory (LMD)
π Digital π Society π Science and technology

Museum metaverses promise to redefine the cultural experience

Titus Zaharia, Professor at Télécom SudParis (IP Paris), Marius Preda, Associate Professor at Institut MINES-Télécom
Adam Stein
π Energy π Planet

Nuclear fusion: the true, the false and the uncertain

Adam Stein, Director of the Nuclear Energy Innovation program at the Breakthrough Institute
Stefan Haessler
π Science and technology

Nobel Prize in Physics 2023: an unprecedented image of the infinitely small

Stefan Haessler, CNRS Research Fellow at Laboratoire d'Optique Appliquée (CNRS, ENSTA, École Polytechnique)
Jacques Prioux
π Health and biotech

Workload: the subtle harmony between preparation and performance

Jacques Prioux, Professor in Sports Science at ENS Rennes
Christophe Gaie
π Digital

Using epidemiology to combat cyberthreats

Christophe Gaie, Head of the Engineering and Digital Innovation Division at the Prime Minister's Office, Jean Langlois-Berthelot, Doctor of Applied Mathematics, Jean-Fabrice Lebraty, Professor of Management Science at iaelyon
Jacques Grégoire
π Neuroscience π Society

IQ: can intelligence really be measured?

Jacques Grégoire, Professor Emeritus, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, University of Louvain
de Julien de Wit
π Space

How can we detect life on distant planets?

Julien de Wit, Associate Professor of Planetary Sciences at MIT , Amaury Triaud , Professor of Exoplanetology at University of Birmingham