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Microbes on the Move
An international research group has shown that today’s human activities are radically reshaping the way microbes circulate, with potential repercussions on the world’s ecosystems and inhabitants.
An environmental disaster in Brittany, blooms of green algae provide evidence of a rapidly-growing occurrence caused by pollution: eutrophication. A scientific report published on 19 September 2017...
Change in the Channel
Every fortnight, researchers at the Roscoff Marine Station set sail to chart the evolution of the coastal ecosystem. They take the pulse of a Channel subjected to the effects of climate change and...
Why Are Some Organs more Susceptible to Cancer?
Cancer does not affect all our organs in the same way. To understand this phenomenon, a new approach consists in considering each part of the body as an ecosystem. Frederic Thomas, co-author of a...
Mangroves: An Asset to Treasure
Research teams are studying mangroves across the globe to explore the crucial role these ecosystems play for the well-being of local populations and the planet.
The Sound of 18th-Century Paris
Does Big Data Cause Pollution?
And then Came Agriculture
A Mission to Touch the Sun
Hadron Therapy Ready for Takeoff
A Graffiti Wall for Science