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

Pierre Henriquet, Doctor in Nuclear Physics

On January 19th, 2022 4 mins reading time

[COLUMN] Every 11.5 years, the Sun’s intense activity interacts with our planet’s magnetic field with consequences for satellites in orbit.

Pascale Changenet

How can we monitor dynamics of biomolecules in real-time?

Pascale Changenet, CNRS Research Director in biophysics at Ecole Polytechnique (IP Paris), François Hache, CNRS Research director and Professor of Physics at Ecole Polytechnique (IP Paris)

On January 19th, 2022 3 mins reading time

How do we study the climates of other planets?

François Forget, CNRS Research Director in Astrophysics

On January 12th, 2022 4 mins reading time

New space missions to the various planets in our solar system make it possible to simulate the behaviour of extraterrestrial atmospheres.

Andrew Steele

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

Even though billionaires and private companies are trying to slow down the ageing process, it is still responsible for over 100,000 deaths per day.

Reducing emissions: how to be more energy “sufficient”

Julie Mayer, Researcher and Lecturer at I³-CRG* at École Polytechnique (IP Paris), Mathias Guérineau, lecturer in management science at Université de Nantes

On January 5th, 2022 4 mins reading time

When we talk about sufficiency, some hear "restriction", but it is more about consuming less to do better.

Vincent Prevot

How endocrine disruptors affect brain development

Vincent Prevot , Research Director at Inserm within the Lille Neuroscience & Cognition Research Centre, Université de Lille

On January 6th, 2022 4 mins reading time

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.

Cyril Crevoisier

How to monitor climate change from space

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

On December 15th, 2021 4 mins reading time

5G: more than a new generation of mobiles?

Pierre-Jean Benghozi, CNRS Research Director at I³-CRG* and Professor of Digital Economics at École polytechnique (IP Paris) and the University of Geneva

On December 8th, 2021 4 mins reading time

Mobile phone generations change approximately every 10 years. Yet the rollout of 5G has ignited public debate.


Developing employee share ownership for the benefit of all

Patrick Artus, Professor of economics at Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and head economist at Natixis

On December 9th, 2021 4 mins reading time
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