Melting Arctic Permafrost Releases Ancient Viruses: Should We Be Worried?
A team of French, German and Russian scientists recently succeeded in reviving giant viruses that had been buried in the frozen ground of Siberia for tens of thousands of years.
Energy sobriety: can an energy quota market provide solutions?
War in Ukraine, geopolitical tensions, shut down nuclear reactors… Many elements are converging to generate strong uncertainties about the winter that is being felt. Will we have enough energy to meet all demands? A word
Language assessment in patients in a “vegetative state”: the key to diagnostic errors?
"Paul" had a heart attack and his brain lacked oxygen for too long. After several resuscitations and a week in a coma, he finally opened his eyes again… but doesn't always seem present. Doctors say he is still unconscious
Pediatric cancers in Africa: a difficult but improving situation
Pediatric oncology is a relatively young medical specialty but which has experienced particularly rapid development throughout the last decades. This is due in particular to the very significant progress made in the management of c
Does the rise of intensive farming increase the risk of a human pandemic?
The global Covid-19 pandemic has brought to light an older debate on the role of the transformations carried out by our species on its natural environment in the emergence of infectious diseases. The impact of so-called intensive farming is, in part
Carbon capture and storage, how does it work?
The development of renewable energies and energy efficiency are two essential pillars of efforts to mitigate climate change.
Ebola: what is happening in Uganda?
The last major epidemic of Ebola virus disease took place in West Africa between 2013 and 2016. Due to the Zaire strain of this virus responsible for terrible hemorrhagic fevers, it caused more than 11 deaths, mainly
100 years that changed science [OPINION]
"Modern" science has forever changed the condition and destiny of human beings, offering us the benefits of electricity, rapid transport, medicines that have almost tripled the life expectancy of human beings. .
Trisomy 21: a hormone with exciting results [OPINION]
This is progress, not yet a revolution.
National Bible & Science Congress 2022: a scientific congress on the age of the Earth in Mulhouse
After a successful first edition in 2019, the National Bible & Science Congress returns for a second edition on October 28 and 29 in Mulhouse. Scientists specializing in their discipline (biology, geophysics, physics, etc.)