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biotechnologies

Genetically manipulated media

Biotechnological risks, access to and sharing of the benefits of biodiversity: these are the issues at stake at the United Nations Conference on Biodiversity (COP14, COPMOP3 and COPMOP9 ), which is being held in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, from 17 to 29 November 2018. Decision-makers from more than 190 countries are expected to

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Bio-economy compasses

The living as a compass

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From climate marches, massive petitions calling for political action, rainy platforms to mobilize a definitive start... to the artists - soon to be as appalled as the economists - behind Juliette Binoche. The movement spurred by Nicolas Hulot's resignation is gaining momentum. If he is going to leave the front

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alien octopus

Living organisms are believed to be of extraterrestrial origin. Certain viruses and the octopus family are proof of this.

Since the dawn of time, debates and controversies have clashed over the origin of life. Scientists have just published an article accumulating evidence of an extraterrestrial origin for certain species living on Earth. This is the case for certain viruses and cephalopods that have genetic characteristics that we do not know about.

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Architecture

La ville-métabolisme

L’architecte Philippe Chiambaretta rassemble 40 penseurs contemporains dans le 4e numéro de la revue-livre d’exploration Stream, qui enquête sur la figure du vivant comme clé d’un nouvel avènement pour la ville-métabolisme. Stream 04 met en lumière un nouveau modèle de vie et de ville, fonctionnant selon les principes du vivant.

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biodiversity

A charter for integrating living beings into urban projects

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From generation to generation, we grow up in a world where nature is more and more degraded. Can this explain a certain insensitivity to the destruction of biodiversity? A group of city and nature stakeholders, led by the association Conseil international biodiversité et immobilier (International Council on Biodiversity and Real Estate)

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man-technology transition

Above ground and commitment

No doubt many of you have experienced the versatility of human relationships and the difficulty of meeting commitments. There are several concomitant factors and a consequence on the transition we are making. Above symbolic ground We are living in a period of our humanity, the anthropocene[1], which is characterized by the following characteristics

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bioethics

How can bioethics be deconfined?

  The Etats Généraux de la Bioéthique are being held until May with more than 60 debates organized throughout France. The aim is to feed into the revision of bioethics laws that the government is due to carry out at the end of 2018. An opportunity to identify the expectations of the population and to capture

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bioethics

Bioethics: has opinion changed?

As the "Etats Généraux de la Bioéthique", organized by the French National Consultative Committee on Ethics (CCNE), opens on January 18, preceding the revision of the law, Ifop and the European Forum on Bioethics, in partnership with the newspaper La Croix, have asked the French people how they view the new law.

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Conus Textile

In search of the algorithms of the living

There is a tendency to oppose the artificial and technological world of algorithms to the natural and biological world of life. And yet, nowadays, algorithms have become indispensable for studying the complexity of living things. Hence the growing importance of computer tools, exacerbated by the proliferation of data: witness, sequencing

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bioeconomy

Bioeconomy: it's everyone's business!

Here we are! The BioRESP Forum opens its first edition this Thursday, June 1st. A high point for this new framework and dialogue tool that aims to collectively anticipate the reconfigurations of society and value chains that the bio-economy will bring about. All stakeholders, consumers in

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