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Françoise Héritier and the gender laws

SION Anne-France
2009 - 48 min
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play In The Dinosaur Footprints

In The Dinosaur Footprints

MORA CHEVAIS Marie
2009 - 7 min
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play Rendez-vous au monument aux morts

Rendez-vous au monument aux morts

MORA CHEVAIS Marie
2014 - 47 min
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play Detecting Gravity Waves

Detecting Gravity Waves

BAKER Nicolas
2016 - 5 min
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play Gérard Férey, a Marvellous Chemist

Gérard Férey, a Marvellous Chemist

DALAISE Marcel
2010 - 13 min
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play Une question d'anthropologie

Une question d'anthropologie

KLEINER Véronique
2013 - 6 min
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play Eye and the Stone (The)

Eye and the Stone (The)

DALAISE Marcel
2017 - 38 min
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play Of a valley and men in Haut-Vicdessos

Of a valley and men in Haut-Vicdessos

DALAISE Marcel
2017 - 34 min
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play Rites of passage

Rites of passage

MIROUZE Jean-Pierre
2004 - 27 min
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play MUSE, The cosmic time machine

MUSE, The cosmic time machine

GOMBERT Christophe
DELHAYE Claude
2017 - 33 min
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play Rolling sidewalks

Rolling sidewalks

2016 - 1 min
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Motos et scooters, l'ampleur des risques

Motos et scooters, l'ampleur des risques

En France, chaque année, les remontées de file des deux-roues motorisées entrainent près de 2000 accidents graves. Face à cette pratique particulièrement présente dans les grandes villes, où le traffic ne cesse (...)

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Most perfect mirrors in the world (The)

Most perfect mirrors in the world (The)

The most reflective mirrors of the world are at the LMA laboratory (Laboratoire des Matériaux Avancés/laboratory of advanced materials) in Lyon. Up to two years is needed to integrate gravitational wave detectors like (...)

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2017 CNRS Innovation Medal laureate: Jean-Pierre Nozières

2017 CNRS Innovation Medal laureate: Jean-Pierre Nozières

As a 2017 CNRS Innovation Medal laureate, Jean-Pierre Nozières, an expert in spintronics and founder with Bernard Diery (CEA) of the spintronics and component technology laboratory (laboratoire Spintronique et (...)

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2017 CNRS Innovation Medal laureate: Jamal Tazi

2017 CNRS Innovation Medal laureate: Jamal Tazi

As a 2017 CNRS Innovation medallist, Jamal Tazi, a specialist in functional genomics, and research team leader in the molecular genetics institute (a joint unit of the CNRS and University of Montpellier) recalls his (...)

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Dishwashing machine

Dishwashing machine

The humoristic Strange Inventions series revisits the film archives of the National office for scientific research and inventions (ONRSI, the CNRS’s ancestor, by exploring fake advertisements staging real inventions. (...)

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Virus Géants

Virus Géants

1992 : un microbiologiste anglais prélève ce qu’il croit être une bactérie inconnue dans le circuit de climatisation d’un hôpital. 10 ans plus tard, des chercheurs de Marseille découvrent qu’il s’agit en (...)

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Of a valley and men in Haut-Vicdessos

Of a valley and men in Haut-Vicdessos

Established in 2009, the Haut-Vicdessos valley Human and Environment Observatory (OHM, Observatoires Hommes-Milieux) in one of those entities created in France and in the world by the CNRS’s INEE (Institut Ecologie et (...)

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Into the secrets of an anthill

Into the secrets of an anthill

The anthill is a complex space in constant change. A research team from the Research Centre on Animal Cognition attempted to study the way the building of this structure results from individual and collective behaviours. (...)

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Forgotten city of Loropeni (The)

Forgotten city of Loropeni (The)

Discovered in 1902, the ruins of Loropeni represent the only witnesses of a fortification activity in the region of Lodi, in Burkina Faso. To discover the secrets of this archaeological construction, an international (...)

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Rolling sidewalks

Rolling sidewalks

The humoristic Strange Inventions series revisits the film archives of the National office for scientific research and inventions (ONRSI, the CNRS’s ancestor, by exploring fake advertisements staging real inventions. (...)

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Océans, le mystère plastique

Océans, le mystère plastique

Produit de la dégradation des morceaux de plastiques, la question des micro-plastiques dans les océans agite la communauté scientifique. En 2014, lors de la mission Tara, ils ont été trouvés dans chacun des (...)

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Submersible goggles and earphones

Submersible goggles and earphones

The humoristic Strange Inventions series revisits the film archives of the National office for scientific research and inventions (ONRSI, the CNRS’s ancestor, by exploring fake advertisements staging real inventions. (...)

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People of the Seine

People of the Seine

"People of the Seine" is an audio programme for walkers. Created by Isabelle Bachoucke (historian at School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences and Center for Historical Studies) and Sarah Gensburger (sociologist (...)

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Odorology face to face with Science

Odorology face to face with Science

Scent detection is often used by the police in order to identify criminals. Dogs is the main actor of this approach. The results achieved at the end of the training of each dog are an important source of information (...)

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Looking for the logical clarinet

Looking for the logical clarinet

In order to facilitate the knowledge of the clarinet, noise researchers at the Institute for Research and Coordination in Acoustics/Music cooperated with the Buffet-Crampon workshops. They created a new kind of clarinet (...)

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2016 CNRS Innovation Medal laureate : Ali Zolghadri

2016 CNRS Innovation Medal laureate : Ali Zolghadri

As a 2016 CNRS Innovation Medal laureate, Ali Zolghadri looks back on his career. At age 53, Zolghadri is an automation specialist internationally renowned for his research on the theory of complex dynamic systems. His (...)

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2016 CNRS Innovation Medal laureate: Cathie Vix-Guterl

2016 CNRS Innovation Medal laureate: Cathie Vix-Guterl

As a 2016 CNRS Innovation Medal laureate, Cathie Vix-Guterl takes a look back on her career. As a chemist, she heads the Material Science Institute in Mulhouse and the Mica Carnot Institute she contributed to both create (...)

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2016 CNRS Innovation Medal laureate: Thierry Heidmann

2016 CNRS Innovation Medal laureate: Thierry Heidmann

As a 2016 CNRS Innovation Medal laureate, Thierry Heidmann looks back on his career. As a specialist of infectious and endogenous retroviruses in animals and humans, the researcher has been investigating their (...)

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2016 CNRS Innovation Medal laureate: Marin Dacos

2016 CNRS Innovation Medal laureate: Marin Dacos

As a 2016 CNRS Innovation Medal laureate, Marin Dacos looks back on his career. This computer scientist, initially educated as a historian, heads the French centre for open digital publishing (or Cleo, Centre pour (...)

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Fernand Braudel l'homme qui réinventa l'histoire

Fernand Braudel l'homme qui réinventa l'histoire

Fernand Braudel, est sans conteste l’historien de la «longue durée», génial inventeur de l’économie-monde, ce concept de globalisation qui fait la Une de nos quotidiens. Son œuvre est considérable, chacun (...)

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Verdun, a franco-german myth

Verdun, a franco-german myth

The commemorations of the centenary of the Battle of Verdun, during which 300,000 French and German soldiers were killed, officially begin on February 21st. In a hundred years, the legacy of this battle, a symbol of the (...)

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Spirits of the Three Summits (The)

Spirits of the Three Summits (The)

In a remote village in the Tyva Republic in southern Siberia (Russia), Vera, a Russian shaman carries on the local religious traditions as part of a shamanic association called “The Three Summits”. She heads this (...)

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Radio Cosmic

Radio Cosmic

Cosmic rays constantly sweep past the Earth. Whilst in great number, most low energy rays come from the Sun, whereas high and even very high energy rays much less frequently come as messengers of the Universe, whose (...)

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Science and the Great Green Wall

Science and the Great Green Wall

To address climate change, the Sahelian countries have started a forest regeneration initiative called Great Green Wall. Senegalese and French researchers participate in this programme by surveying under a (...)

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2017 CNRS Innovation Medal laureate: Jean-Marie Tarascon

2017 CNRS Innovation Medal laureate: Jean-Marie Tarascon

Upon being awarded the 2017 CNRS Innovation Medal, Jean-Marie talks about his career and his taste for transmission and collaboration with younger generation researchers. Being a professor at the Collège de France and a (...)

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2017 CNRS Innovation Medal laureate: Raphaèle Herbin

2017 CNRS Innovation Medal laureate: Raphaèle Herbin

On the occasion of the 2017 CNRS innovation medal award ceremony, this film is a look back on Raphaèle Herbin’s career, a mathematician specialized in the numerical analysis of partial differential equations who heads (...)

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