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Is Science in Crisis?
Conflicts of interest, merchants of doubt, the influence of private foundations... many factors can cloud scientific discourse. The philosopher Mathias Girel, a specialist in epistemology at the...
A call for proposals launched by the CNRS in the wake of last year's terrorist attacks in Paris led to the submission of a number of projects that focus on radicalization. In September, the CNRS...
Paris Attacks: What Will We Remember?
Called "13 Novembre" (November 13th), a large-scale research program on the construction of memory will collect and analyze the accounts of 1000 people who were more or less directly...
A Rare Pre-Roman Tomb Surfaces in Pompeii
Pompeii still holds many secrets. While excavating an area where craftsmen had their workshops, the archaeologist Lætitia Cavassa and her team uncovered a Samnite tomb. This Italic people lived in...
“To fight Radicalization, Europe needs to unite and strengthen its efforts”
French sociologist and EHESS research director Farhad Khosrokhavar shares his insight on the recent attacks of November 13 and sheds light on the jihadist radicalization process in Europe.
Tracing Back the Potters of Pompeii
Energy: Hydrogen's Great Promise
Saving Afghanistan's Incredible Heritage
CNRS technologies at the CES 2020
Archaeologists Back in Mesopotamia
Seeing in the Dark?