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EPOPEA projet urbain et missions du Science Park

Séminaire interne EPOPEA : Projet urbain – mise en lumière de la mission du Science Park et contribution au développement économique local. Visite du  laboratoire et échanges sur les avancées...

Le Higgs et les deux photons

Présentation d’une revue du Higgs, de sa découverte aux mesures de précisions, à travers l’expérience ATLAS au LHC et le canal de désintégration en deux photons. Le Higgs et les...

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  • Reaching for the Moon for the sake of humanity
    The “Sanctuary on the Moon” project, launched nearly ten years ago, aims to send a collection of discs containing a vast body of knowledge and material evidence of human civilisation to the Moon.
  • The long-lost sarcophagus of Ramses II has finally been found
    Solving a long-standing mystery, the sarcophagus of Ramses II has finally been identified based on a piece of granite discovered in Abydos, Egypt… in 2009. Recent analyses of the enigmatic fragment by the Egyptologist Frédéric Payraudeau confirm that it is indeed part of the famous pharaoh’s much-sought-after sarcophagus.
  • The silent heroins of World War II
    As the Allies commemorate the 80th anniversary of D-Day, the CNRS historian Denis Peschanski takes a look behind the scenes and celebrates the vital yet long-neglected role of women and foreigners in the French Resistance.
  • Sicilian fault under close surveillance
    Off the coast of the Sicilian town of Catania, an oceanographic mission studied the activity of North ALFEO, a submarine fault discovered only a decade ago. In partnership with the French daily, this report takes you on board the Atalante to unravel the mysteries of this tectonic fault.
  • Enter the matrices!
    Whether it is performed by humans or computers, matrix multiplication is a tiresome task. Researchers are striving to reduce the time and number of steps required to solve such operations.
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