EU Strategy for Particle Physics and the art of a Global view without the African continent

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An opinion from two physicists attending the update of the EU strategy symposium at Granada, May 13-16, 2019  The scientific community of particle physics got together in four-day symposium to review and discuss contributions to the European strategic vision for research and development in the field. Although initiated by the particle physics community of Europe, with...
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UniR has identified these problems and is therefore addressing them through its 3 pillars of action: personalized supportfor beneficiaries in their personal projects, their French language skills, and their administrative procedures for registering to university; advising and orientationindividuals in their resumption of studies; produce and disseminate knowledgethrough conducting research and participating in advocacy for the...
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Our program is now online. Register now for our next conference. The Sharing Knowledge Foundation is holding its annual conference at the European Nuclear Research Center (CERN) in Geneva June 7th to 8th 2019. This event will bring together over 100 scientists, innovators, business and policy leaders, as well as young STEM leaders from Europe, the...
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Particle accelerators which allow the progress of Fundamental Science can also find applications in areas of ordinary life. Stefano Buono, an “alumnus “of CERN has founded with initial support of CERN a small company “Advanced Accelerator Applications” focusing on Nuclear Medicine. The latter uses drugs containing radioactive isotopes that can diagnose and cure illnesses such...
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François Piuzzi shares with us an article on science popularization published in the journal The Conversation. Science popularization is essential step for the development of sciences. The author Julien Bobroff (Physicist, Professeur des Universités, Université Paris Sud – Université Paris-Saclay) is a young researcher who moderates a site on popularization called  “quantum made simple“ which proposes activities on...
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Our expert Alison Parker draws our attention on two interesting articles: Imagining a Sewerless Society: The sewered sanitation systems we have in Europe are great for allowing us to flush the toilet handle and forget about our waste, trusting in an invisible treatment system to ensure it doesn’t pollute our environment or cause us to...
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The Lab Little Devices develops little lab material for health that can be reproduces (most) everywhere. José Gomez Marquez, from Honduras, leads this MIT lab which is a mix of mechanical workshop, a toy deposit and an innovation center. The Gomez Marquez’s team is dedicated to the development of medical devices to be used in poor countries...
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New low cost hardware science & open source advances for experimental sciences are being developed each day. This following presentation propose an overview of recent developments. To view the presentation: LOW COST HARDWARE SCIENCE
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The loose assemblage of paper and string Manu Prakash pulls from his pocket doesn’t look like much. And in a way, it’s not—just 20 cents’ worth of materials you can buy at an art supply store. But in another way, the Stanford bioengineer’s tangle of stuff is a minor miracle. Prakash calls it a Paperfuge, and...
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Robert Klapisch, president of the Foundation, invites you to view Bill Gates’s interview by Charlie Rose. The discussed issues converge with the interests and topics of our organisation. Bill Gates – interview by Charlie Rose, 22 February 2016  
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