Boris Cyrulnik, José Lenzini
Chérif Mécheri, a Muslim Prefect Under Vichy
Starting with an original biographical portrait of Chérif Mécheri (1902-1990), the first Muslim prefect of the Republic, a Vichy official attempting to undermine its activities, a keen reflection on those who resisted.
The Messenger RNA Revolution Vaccines and New Therapies
Messenger RNA, or the revenge of the outsiders: 40 researchers and entrepreneurs tell of the prodigious discoveries of the last few decades, their current development, and their immediate future.
Daniel Kahneman, Olivier Sibony, Cass R. Sunstein
Noise A Flaw in Human Judgement
How can we explain the great variability in judgements in realms in which there shouldn’t be any – medical diagnostics, judicial sentences, recruitment, insurance policies, etc.? A powerful and innovative work.
Centre International de Recherche de l’Historial de la Grande Guerre
The Great War in Every Direction
Topics on a human scale, which reveal the face of the war as presented to those who fought and those who lived through it.
Fouazia Farida Charfi
Islam and Science
A politically involved scientist, Faouzia Charfi is an important voice, in Tunisia and in France.
The Actor, the Game, and the “I”
The activity of an actor viewed from the wings, told from the inside by one of the greatest French actresses.
Conquering the Brain
This book brings together exceptionally beautiful images (close to 100 [voir ci-dessus]), all full color, and the most current knowledge of the brain from research throughout the world.
All that we know about the plasticity of this virus, which is constantly mutating and changing, which makes it completely unpredictable. Even in countries where the crisis was believed to be over (China, Iceland, Slovakia, etc.), new cases are emerging.