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health

Epidemiology would be out of breath...

Professor Arnaud Fontanet, a renowned epidemiologist (1), declared: "After a period of splendour that could be called the 'glorious thirty years', from 1960 to 1990, epidemiology is beginning to run out of steam". Epidemiology provides methods for measuring the health status of a population and for identifying the causes of disease. It is

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AI and open innovation

AI: It's high time to valorize Research

In the field of Artificial Intelligence, many French people have been and still are remarkably at the forefront. But most of our talents remain confined to their research labs and have great difficulty in exploiting their work in operational applications. The valorization of research is therefore

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Télécom ParisTech

Télécom ParisTech commits to the "NewUni" project in Saclay

Télécom ParisTech is committed alongside Polytechnique, Ensae, Ensta and Télécom SudParis in the "NewUni" project in Saclay. The end of 2017 was marked by the affirmation of the "NewUni" project in Saclay by five school directors: Télécom ParisTech has thus committed itself alongside the École polytechnique, Ensae, Ensta, Télécom SudParis in the "NewUni" project in Saclay.

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management

Kevin Levillain and the company of the future

Every month, MINES ParisTech offers you the opportunity to discover a doctor and his or her career path in connection with the School or its research centres. Today, meet Kevin Levillain, PhD and currently a post-doctoral student in the framework of the Chair of Theory and Methods of Innovative Design. As a young researcher, Kevin Levillain has

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music

Edgar Hemery, student entrepreneur, inventor of new musical interfaces, on the border between art and science

Every month, MINES ParisTech offers you the opportunity to discover a PhD student and his/her career path in connection with the School or its research centres. Today, meeting with Edgar Hemery, student entrepreneur at the MINES ParisTech robotics centre. Musician and researcher, Edgar Hemery is currently setting up his company to develop an instrument of

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wheat - agri-food

Blé: la « Wheat Initiative » livre ses priorités de recherche

Les besoins en blé devraient augmenter de 60% d’ici 2050 pour répondre à la demande d’une population mondiale grandissante (9 milliards d’humains prévus sur la planète). Une coordination des recherches et un renforcement des investissements au niveau international sont nécessaires pour accroître la production de blé mondiale tout en prenant en compte

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