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
“Enlightenment Now” is the title of the latest book by the Canadian-American Steven Pinker, Johnstone Family Professor in the Department of Psychology at Harvard University, and author of the best-selling “The
To Brexit or not to Brexit, that is not the question: science at its best laughs in the face of political protocol and carries on working across the board. So
Last week Cédric Villani, the mathematician, Fields Medal winner, and French MP, presented a report to Emmanuel Macron entitled “For a meaningful artificial intelligence: towards a French and European strategy”.
The last few days have seen open season on Facebook. As a result of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, the social network has been under fire from its critics. The group’s
In November 2017, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC, or Centre international de recherche sur le cancer in the original French) announced it is looking for a new Director. The posting