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News from Litte Foot

PARSCAU Pierre de
2019 - 8 min
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play The Universe Origins

The Universe Origins

DELESKIEWICZ Didier
2008 - 28 min
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play 85% of the universe is missing

85% of the universe is missing

LE BIHAN Olivier
De BREM Paul
2009 - 4 min
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play Harbingers of stars

Harbingers of stars

DALAISE Marcel
2012 - 6 min
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play Radio Cosmic

Radio Cosmic

DALAISE Marcel
2016 - 25 min
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play NOEMA, a new vista on the invisible

NOEMA, a new vista on the invisible

DALAISE Marcel
2015 - 5 min
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At the heart of the maps

At the heart of the maps

The French national library BnF (Bibliothèque Nationale de France) and CNRS Images present "At the heart of maps", a series of fourteen short documentary films on nautical maps, also called portolans. The Bnf holds such (...)

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The Ant Robot

The Ant Robot

Using Nature as a model for better robots? A team of bioroboticists in the South of France have created, for the first time, an autonomous six-legged robot able to—without using GPS—find its way back to its nest (...)

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Mayans were country bumpkins ZdS#26

Mayans were country bumpkins ZdS#26

The Youtube channel Zeste de science explores all aspects of scientific research, proving that even the most complicated scientific facts can be explained in less than 5 minutes, and that even the most seemingly trivial (...)

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How to Use Maths to Model a Crowd ZdS#25

How to Use Maths to Model a Crowd ZdS#25

The Youtube channel Zeste de science explores all aspects of scientific research, proving that even the most complicated scientific facts can be explained in less than 5 minutes, and that even the most seemingly trivial (...)

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How to Cross a Magma Ocean ZdS#24

How to Cross a Magma Ocean ZdS#24

The Youtube channel Zeste de science explores all aspects of scientific research, proving that even the most complicated scientific facts can be explained in less than 5 minutes, and that even the most seemingly trivial (...)

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Rosetta Mission

Rosetta Mission

In 2004, the European Space Agency (ESA) launched the Rosetta mission. Its main objective is to analyse the composition of the nucleus of comet Churiumov-Guerasimenko in order to better understand the origin of water and (...)

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Mars Express Mission

Mars Express Mission

After the Russian "Mars 96” mission had failed, the European Space Agency (ESA) took over the programme and created "Mars Express”. The objectives of sending this new probe to Mars are to map the planet, analyse its (...)

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BepiColombo Mission

BepiColombo Mission

In 2000, the European and Japanese space agencies decided to jointly develop the BepiColombo mission. This mission involves two orbiters. The European-designed MPO will study the surface, interior and lower atmosphere of (...)

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Solar Fuel

Solar Fuel

What if we could power our vehicles with powdered metals? Aluminum and magnesium have the same energy density as fossil fuels and the waste - metal oxydes - can be recycled with concentrated solar energy.

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Nanoplastics, a bitter-tasting soup?

Nanoplastics, a bitter-tasting soup?

Nanoplastics with a size of less than a thousandth of a millimetre are the finest form of plastic pollution. The Pepsea research project focusses on a type of nanowaste that is still poorly understood. Researchers chose (...)

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Bio Inspir’

Bio Inspir’

#CNRSxStartUp | Bio Inspir’ studies the depolluting qualities of certain land and aquatic plants. This start-up is especially interested in water mint, a small plant native to the southern French Occitanie region that (...)

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Future of digital memory (The)

Future of digital memory (The)

90% of the digital information that exists today was created in the past two years! Data is created at an increasingly fast rate and finding new materials able to capture this expanding digital world while using less (...)

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Daumet

Daumet

#CNRSxStartUp | SpinD Gold is an innovative combination of gold and tungsten. This novel material was obtained in connection with research in spintronics (a field seeking to exploit magnetism in electronics), led by (...)

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Tiamat

Tiamat

#CNRSxStartUp | #Tiamat designs, develops, and produces sodium-ion batteries in a standard industrial format. These batteries could mitigate some of the limitations of the lithium-ion batteries that currently prevail, (...)

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ThrustMe

ThrustMe

#CNRSxStartUp | Miniaturised low-altitude satellites represent the future of global connectivity and real-time Earth monitoring. #ThrustMe enables this new space industry to be economically and environmentally (...)

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Sensome

Sensome

#CNRSxStartUp | Based on research conducted at the Laboratoire d’hydrodynamique (CNRS/Ecole polytechnique), #Sensome has developed ultra-miniaturised sensors that use artificial intelligence to identify the biological (...)

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Mercurio

Mercurio

#CNRSxStartUp | The result of research carried out at the laboratoire Modèles et simulations pour l'architecture et le patrimoine (CNRS/Ministère de la Culture), Mercurio proposes a scanner that can quickly and (...)

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Curve-One

Curve-One

#CNRSxStartUp | Curve One specialises in the production of curved sensors for the drone, autonomous vehicle, and photography and video camera markets, as well as for astronomy and scientific instrumentation. Its sensors (...)

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Science on top of the world

Science on top of the world

In Grenoble, researchers focus on hypoxia, i.e. the lack of oxygen in the blood that can occur at altitude and its consequences on the body. A first study was carried out in France at various altitudes on subjects living (...)

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Médaille de l'innovation 2019 : Ane Aanesland

Médaille de l'innovation 2019 : Ane Aanesland

A l'occasion de la remise de la médaille de l'innovation 2019 du CNRS, retour sur le parcours d’Ane Aanesland, chercheuse en physique. Formée à l’université de Tromsø en Norvège, puis recrutée au Laboratoire (...)

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Orphée Cugat, lauréat de la Médaille de l'innovation 2019

Orphée Cugat, lauréat de la Médaille de l'innovation 2019

A l'occasion de la remise de la médaille de l'innovation 2019 du CNRS, retour sur le parcours d’Orphée Cugat, chercheur en génie électrique. Chercheur CNRS au Laboratoire de génie électrique de Grenoble, il (...)

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Livio de Luca, lauréat de la Médaille de l'innovation 2019

Livio de Luca, lauréat de la Médaille de l'innovation 2019

A l'occasion de la remise de la médaille de l'innovation 2019 du CNRS, retour sur le parcours de Livio de Luca, chercheur en numérisation du patrimoine. D’abord formé en tant qu’architecte, puis diplômé des (...)

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Vance Bergeron, lauréat de la Médaille de l'innovation 2019

Vance Bergeron, lauréat de la Médaille de l'innovation 2019

A l'occasion de la remise de la médaille de l'innovation 2019 du CNRS, retour sur le parcours de Vance Bergeron, chercheur en physique. Titulaire d’une thèse en chimie de l’université californienne de Berkeley. (...)

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After the avalanche

After the avalanche

In the valley of the Arc, in the upstream part of the Maurienne district in the French Savoie department, an area is particularly exposed to avalanche risk. Scientists from CNRS and IRSTA carry out surveys and sample (...)

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The Chemistry of Art

The Chemistry of Art

Is art truly eternal? Paintings by Humankind's greatest masters suffer the passage of time. But scientists and curators have joined forces to figure out exactly what is causing the aging of artwork and find a solution to (...)

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Living and dying in Champagne 5000 years ago

Living and dying in Champagne 5000 years ago

On the site of the Saint-Gond marshes, in the French Marne department, researchers from different disciplines are studying a Neolithic site which is 20 km long and 2 km wide and has the highest concentration of hypogea (...)

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News from Litte Foot

News from Litte Foot

Discovered in the 1990s, Little Foot is the most complete skeleton of an Australopithecus ever unearthed. Research continues on this exceptional fossil as scientists reveal details about her cognitive abilities using a (...)

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Searching for Africa’s earliest Painters

Searching for Africa’s earliest Painters

In southwestern Zimbabwe, the Matobo Hills are well-known for their thousands of rock art sites. Since 2017, a team of French and Zimbabwean archaeologists and rock art specialists have been studying these caves. Their (...)

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Punk pas mort

Punk pas mort

Punk was a musical and counter-cultural movement which has now achieved subject of study profile for researchers. Since 2013, musicologists and historians have been working together on a programme called "Punk is not (...)

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Aimant d'Aimé, le premier grand instrument pour la science (L')

Aimant d'Aimé, le premier grand instrument pour la science (L')

Sur le campus du CNRS de Meudon Bellevue, se trouve le premier grand instrument dédié à la recherche fondamentale en France et dans le Monde, le Grand Électro-aimant de l'Académie des Sciences. Il fut imaginé et (...)

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VMAF

VMAF

Nearly one out of every four Netflix online video is viewed on a mobile phone. But even in this case, broadcasting comes in high definition. Delivering 4K images despite low telephone bit rate throughput (100KB/s) is the (...)

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Circles

Circles

After an accident that left him quadriplegic, the physicist Vance Bergeron decided to devote his research to functional electrical stimulation with the help of his former doctoral student Amine Metani. It is based on a (...)

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Leap

Leap

LEAP is a new generation aircraft engine that reduces fuel consumption and carbon emissions by 15%. It was jointly designed in a collaboration between Safran Aircraft Engines and several CNRS laboratories, including EM2C (...)

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CNRS le clip des 80 ans

CNRS le clip des 80 ans

Clip institutionnel, réalisé à l'occasion des 80 ans du CNRS, qui retrace les grandes étapes de son évolution depuis sa fondation le 19 octobre 1939 grâce à Jean Zay et Jean Perrin jusqu'à aujourd'hui. En 2019, (...)

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