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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
Jean-Pierre Gattuso
π Planet

“We are reaching the ocean’s limits as a climate safeguard”

Jean-Pierre Gattuso, CNRS Research Director in Oceanography at Sorbonne Université and IDDRI-Sciences Po    , Alexandre Magnan, Senior Researcher in "Adaptation to Climate Change" at Institut du Développement Durable et des Relations Internationales (IDDRI-Sciences Po)
Pierre Henriquet
π Space π Planet

How the Sun's “seasons” affect our planet's atmosphere

Pierre Henriquet, Doctor in Nuclear Physics and Columnist at Polytechnique Insights
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 Columnist at Polytechnique Insights
Vincent Prevot
π Health and biotech

How endocrine disruptors affect brain development

Vincent Prevot , Research Director at Inserm within the Lille Neuroscience & Cognition Research Centre, Université de Lille
Cyril Crevoisier
π Planet π Space

How to monitor climate change from space

Cyril Crevoisier, CNRS Research Director at the Dynamic Meteorology Laboratory (LMD*) at the École Polytechnique (IP Paris)
Antonio Casilli
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
π Economics

Developing employee share ownership for the benefit of all

Patrick Artus, Head Economist at Natixis