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Pierre Dockès
π Economics

“The climate challenge is an opportunity for capitalism”

Pierre Dockès, Honorary Professor of Economic History at the University of Lyon 2
Sander Wagner
π Society π Health and biotech

Covid-19: why there will be no baby boom

Sander Wagner, Research Associate at the Leverhulme Centre for Demographic Science at Oxford University and an Affiliated Researcher at ENSAE/CREST (IP Paris), Felix Tropf, Assistant Professor in Social Science Genetics at CREST/ENSAE (IP Paris)
Philippe Drobinski
π Planet

“Climate change happens 20% faster in the Mediterranean”

Philippe Drobinski, CNRS Research Director at the Dynamic Meteorology Laboratory (LMD*) and Professor at Ecole Polytechnique (IP Paris)
Hippolyte D’Albis
π Economics

Covid-19: decline in immigration will reinforce deterioration of our economy

Hippolyte d’Albis, CNRS Research Director and Professor at Paris School of Economics
Bernadette Dorizzi Biometrics
π Science and technology π Digital

Beyond security: the future of biometrics is behaviour

Bernadette Dorizzi, Emeritus Professor at Télécom SudParis
Etienne Minvielle
π Health and biotech π Society

Vaccine passport: why so much doubt?

Etienne Minvielle, CNRS Research Director and Professor of Health Management at Ecole Polytechnique (IP Paris)
Bastien Nay
π Planet

Radulanine A: discovery of a natural herbicide

Bastien Nay, CNRS Research Director at the Organic Synthesis Laboratory (LSO*)
Gérard Eberl
π Health and biotech

Depression and gut microbiota: “A medical revolution awaits!”

Gérard Eberl, Director of immunology department at Institut Pasteur, Pierre-Marie Lledo, Research Director at CNRS, Head of Department at Institut Pasteur, and member of the European Academy of Sciences
Bruno Falissard
π Society

Covid-19: “16-25 year olds are the most psychologically fragile”

Bruno Falissard, Child psychiatrist and professor of public health at Paris-Sud Faculty of Medicine
Erika Brunet
π Health and biotech π Science and technology

CRISPR gene editing: revolution or evolution?

Erika Brunet, Inserm Research Director at Institut Imagine