Fabienne Marion

Founder, Editor-in-Chief of UP' Magazine

neurosciences

Will our brains remain human?

Au XIXe siècle, on mesurait les crânes et les cerveaux pour justifier la hiérarchie entre les sexes, les races et classes sociales. Le XXe siècle découvre et admet comme critères modernes les tests cognitifs, l’imagerie cérébrale et les gènes.  Que sera le XXIe siècle, depuis la découverte de la plasticité

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A qui se fier ?

A qui se fier ? De la crise de confiance institutionnelle à la crise sanitaire, d’Antoine Bristielle – Editions de l’Aube (Collection Monde en cours) / Fondation Jean Jaurès – 18 mars 2021 – 93 pages La nature des mesures adoptées lors de la crise sanitaire, mais aussi leur succès

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Couturiers de la danse - From Chanel to Versace

Véritable célébration du lien qui unit les créateurs de mode à la danse, l’exposition au CNCS de Moulins rouvre ses portes à compter du jeudi 21 mai.  Entre les prestigieuses créations de Coco Chanel, avec les ballets russes, celles signées par Gianni Versace pour Maurice Béjart ou Christian Lacroix puis

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women in action

Women on the move

In our post-viral world, major issues concerning the environment, education, and international relations arise. UNESCO has invited leading women thinkers, specialists in fields ranging from climatology to international relations, physics and African studies, to express their vision of the challenges and opportunities.

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In times of crisis, you have to innovate!

Most true inclusive, humanistic and progressive innovations are born in times of acute crisis, under the pressure of urgency and need, which accelerates everything and makes it possible to put technology at the service of know-how and real needs. The Innovation Tuesdays offer two reformatted videos and

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Faster! Young companies faced with government aid measures

In order to support businesses in the face of the crisis caused by the coronavirus epidemic, the French government has announced a number of measures. Innovative companies believe that the measures are a step in the right direction but that the recovery will have to be thought through over the long term, according to a study by the Committee.

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Coronavirus: France unequally affected

Public Health France makes available indicators for monitoring the COVID-19 epidemic by department, in order to follow the day-to-day evolution of hospitalisations in our regions and monitor the intensity of the epidemic. UP' offers you the graphs of Public Health France, revealing a national epidemic with variable geography. From

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Coronavirus: Are wild animals in danger?

On April 5, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced that a tiger at the Bronx Zoo in New York City was found to test positive for COVID-19, along with six other tigers and lions, with symptoms consistent with the disease. This detection of the new coronavirus in a wild animal is an important step in the fight against the disease.

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Exhortation to doctors of the plague, by Albert Camus

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Faced with the coronavirus and the containment it causes, Gallimard publishes one or two "Crisis leaflets" every day, free of charge, signed by the House's leading figures such as Erik Orsenna, Sylvain Tesson, Cynthia Fleury, Régis Debray and Danièle Sallenave, in order to reflect on the questions raised by the coronavirus and the containment it causes.

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