René Trégouët

Honorary Senator - Founder of the Senate Foresight Group, guest columnist UP' Magazine

Digital arms race against the Covid

Medicine, biology, genetics, pharmacology, zoology, but also environmental sciences are of course in the front line in the fight against Covid-19. But, in the face of the coronavirus, and unlike the previous major epidemics that have hit the planet since the beginning of this century - avian flu, SARS, influenza, etc. - the virus is not a new phenomenon.

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antibiotics

Antibiotic resistance: What innovations?

The World Health Organization (WHO) has released its new report on antibiotic resistance and it is worthy of attention. This rigorous study reminds us that this phenomenon of bacterial resistance causes approximately 480,000 cases of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis worldwide each year and already causes 700,000

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extraterrestrial life

Are we about to discover alien life?

A few weeks ago, several major discoveries were made in quick succession to rekindle the hypothesis of possible extraterrestrial life. The first of these discoveries concerns Enceladus, a moon of Saturn with very special characteristics that have been confirmed by the data collected by the Cassini probe (a

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health

Physical exercise: the third medicine!

For a very long time, sport and physical activity, although recognised as beneficial for fitness and health, were considered subsidiary and seen essentially as adjustment variables that complemented allopathic medicine, whose therapeutic effectiveness was constantly increasing. However, during these

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advanced technologies

The future of the train is in the tube!

From the long editorial argued and historized since the beginnings of the train by René Trégouët in rtflash, I invite you to watch two projects that are in my future the future of the train. "The train and railways constitute an extraordinary scientific and technical adventure, which begins as soon as the train is launched.

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Nanotechnology will change the world

On December 29, 1959, Richard Feynman, one of the greatest scientists of the 20th century (Nobel Prize in Physics in 1965) gave an extraordinary speech at the annual United States Congress of Physics, which has remained famous ever since. His speech was entitled "There is a World in

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robottelepathie

The telepathic robots are coming.

"I am wary of the contagion of machines" said Georges Duhamel. Or Isaac Asimov: "the robots will free us". So what do we think? Without us realizing it, we really change world with the robots driven by the thought or the generalization of Big Data opening to

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