After many years of featuring as a Hollywood plot device for the Lost Jurassic Worlds, the project of resurrecting an extinct species now seems to have actually come off the
On 10th July, French MPs will vote on a symbolic measure: an amendment championed by Ecology Minister Nicolas Hulot, which proposes to include “the preservation of the environment and biological
Over 85,000 French people have signed an online petition called Bac S : c’était quoi ce sujet de math 2018 ? (Filière S) [“Bac S : What was this maths
A new food scandal is incubating…We learned a few days ago of the discovery of Fipronil and about fifteen non-approved products in eggs from the organic sector. The case, which
The news broke last week: following pressure from some of its employees, Google had decided to abandon Project Maven, its project to equip the Pentagon with super-advanced facial recognition technologies.
An extraordinary event will take place in the agro industry this week. American agrochemistry giant Monsanto and Germany’s Bayer, a specialist in pharmaceuticals and life sciences, will officially tie the
It will soon be six months since European Scientist launched. Since the first publication in late December 2017 over 600 articles have been published in English, French and German. The
On Thursday 17th March, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (the IARC), appointed Dr. Elisabete Weiderpass as its new Director. She will replace Christopher Wild, the outgoing director.
In our previous editorial, we referred to this fascinating study by analyst Kalev Leetaru, quoted in Steven Pinker’s Enlightenment Now. The scientist applied the technique of “sentiment mining” to the
In our last editorial, we provided a quick introduction to Steven Pinker’s latest book, “Enlightenment Now”, with a list of six key facts which the author used to illustrate that