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Andrew Steele
π Health and biotech

Three possible ways of turning back the clocks of ageing

Andrew Steele, PhD in physics from the University of Oxford, Science Writer and Columnist at Polytechnique Insights
Maria Melchior
π Health and biotech

What is the role of prevention in health policies?

Maria Melchior, Epidemiologist specialised in Mental Health at Inserm
Patrice Georget
π Society π Neuroscience

Three hidden loyalties that prevent us from solving problems

Patrice Georget, Lecturer in Psychosociology at the University School of Management IAE Caen
Laurent Catoire
π Industry π Planet

“Public opinion is a major obstacle to underground CO2 storage”

Laurent Catoire, Head of Chemistry and Processes Unit at ENSTA Paris (IP Paris)
Pierre-Marie Lledo
π Society π Neuroscience

Morality, a by-product of natural selection?

Pierre-Marie Lledo, Research Director at CNRS, Head of Department at Institut Pasteur, and member of the European Academy of Sciences
Kim Pham
π Science and technology

Invisibility is just around the corner

Kim Pham, Associate Professor in Mechanics at ENSTA Paris (IP Paris)
Pierre Henriquet
π Space

A (very) brief history of infinity

Pierre Henriquet, Doctor in Nuclear Physics and Columnist at Polytechnique Insights
Jean-Pierre Pervès
π Energy

What are the CO2 emissions of nuclear power?

Jean-Pierre Pervès, Former President of CEA and French Nuclear Energy Society (SFEN)
Clément Gilbert
π Health and biotech

Can viruses interfere with our genome?

Clément Gilbert, CNRS Research Fellow in Genetics at Université Paris-Saclay
Luc Rouban
π Society

Mistrust of science or distrust in democracy?

Luc Rouban, CNRS Research director at Cevipof