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The Injured Brain How to Help Recovery
A book that shows that brain recovery is possible, regardless of age.
The 10,001 Nights of the Universe The Dance of the Cosmos
A modern version of Arabian Nights about the latest discoveries of the universe
Alain Berthoz, Fabienne Verdier
Thought in Action A Painting Session Between Art and Science
An original discussion around the artistic process, combining philosophy and history of art, brain physiology and mathematics.
Alone in the Universe
Since the first observations made with space probes, everything seems to indicate that the Earth, the product of a long chain of coincidences, is unique in its kind. Is life not therefore a generic property of the universe?
An Apologia for Discretion What does it mean to be part of the universe in the 21st century?
In the great tradition of essays, the author draws on cognitive neuroscience and neurology, mathematics, physics, biology, philosophy, psychoanalysis, Judaism and literature.
Serge Abiteboul, Jean Cattan
We Are Social Media
There is another, more democratic and participative way to regulate social media and break away from GAFAM: social media is what we make it.
The Earth and Life: A 4 billion Year History
The evolution of the Earth and life over 4 billion years.
The Bilingual Brain
A fascinating book on what has often been a controversial topic; a lively summary of the state of the art.
Paul Valéry, In Love with his Brain Curious about everything, especially himself
The work of Valéry seen through the prism of neuroscience today… Fascinating.
Alain Connes, Patrick Gautier-Lafaye
In the Shadow of Grothendieck and Lacan An overview of the unconscious
An original insight into the links between the work of a psychoanalyst fascinated by mathematics and a mathematical genius fascinated by the mind.
How Fossil Fuels Are Destroying our Health, the Climate and Biodiversity
Based on the most recent scientific studies, this book shows the interdependence between the climate, biodiversity and our health. It will give food for thought to environmentalists
Gaia’s March From Stone to Humans
The history of the Earth and its land by one of the foremost specialists. It is also, of course, a history of life, climates, a very timely reflection on the exploitation of the Earth and its resources.
The Third Path of the Living
To confront the ongoing climate of environmental and civilizational catastrophe, the life sciences offer us an alternative to the cult of performance that has been elevated to a dogma. A counter-model inspired by biology...
The Shift Project
Crisis, Climate How to Transform the French Economy
The Shift Project, a think tank created by Jean-Marc Jancovici in 2010, aims to clarify and influence the debate on energy transition.
Coralie Chevallier, Mathieu Perona
Homo sapiens In the Public Arena How to Adapt Public Policies to Human Psychology
Finding solutions to the problems citizens are confronted with requires taking into account our complex cognitive functioning as Homo sapiens. An original an innovative book.
Meditation Exercises to Improve Your Brain
A range of meditation exercises carefully guided by the great neurologist Steven Laureys, enabling a practical implementation, whose duration and level can be adapted.
The Benefits of Music for the Brains of Children and Adults
Music shapes and caresses our brain, it contributes to the development of individuals, to learning, to care, at every age in life.
The Greatest Trick of Light
The universe follows a direction, and that direction does not go toward ever more disorder, as is sometimes suggested.
Disorders of the Emotional Brain Understanding, Preventing, Healing
Emotion at the heart of psychiatric disease and its treatment.
The Human People On the genetic traces of migrations, crossbreeding and adaptations
A fascinating overview of what we have learned from genomics, after two decades of amazing progress: an unprecedented leap forward in our knowledge of human diversity and its history.
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.
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.
I Believe in Trees
A text that translates the sensory experience of an encounter with a tree and renders understandable the importance of its presence and the invisible interaction that connects us to it.
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.
Protecting Marine Biodiversity
A new approach to the threat of pollution in the Mediterranean by an expert in Mediterranean marine life.
Antonio R. Damasio
Feeling & Knowing Making Minds Conscious
This book brings together the most recent discoveries in the cognitive sciences, neurobiology, psychology, and other fields, while adding the philosophical dimension dear to Antonio Damasio.
Life With Others A Look at Immunity
A critical look at what we think we know about the immune system
Pascale Cossart, Fabrice Hyber
The Great Voyage among Microbes
A wonderful introduction to microbiology by an eminent scientist. A richly illustrated work by Fabrice Hybert, very instructive.
Exoplanets and Life in the Universe In Search of Our Origins]
The tale of the great advances of the last half-century up to the discovery of extrasolar planets.
We Are Not Bonobos: I Talk, Therefore I Am
The conquest of language and writing against the chaos of the world and all its forms of manipulation
The Brain Has Its Reasons Which Reason Doesn’t Know
Momo Sapiens, or the brain caught in flagrante delicto of irrationality
Jean Becchio, Bruno Suarez
What is New in Hypnosis From Hypnosis to Consciousness Activation
A subject that arouses very broad interest, approached here without the usual esoteric or spiritualist connotations, backed by the most recent advances in the neurosciences, and with very illuminating clinical cases.