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Fighting pollution with intelligence
18th January 2018
Optimization, automation and adaptation; engineers are redoubling their use of creative solutions to better protect the environment from the effects of construction. The 15th paper edition of Technologist sketches out the future of architecture.
The best magazines around the world gathered in one book
11th December 2017
“Pages” reviews today’s most creative magazines – and the places to find them.
5th October 2017
Spying, robbery, usurpation and ransom are just a few of the threats hanging over our data. The fourteenth edition of Technologist focuses on the evolution of these risks and evaluates the solutions of scientist and politicians.
Rare diseases better known and better recognized
24th August 2017
Today, there are very few remedies for rare diseases. In Vivo shares how doctors and patients are fighting to advance the research.
A new social contract with robots
26th July 2017
Robots are now increasingly intelligent and able to perform complex tasks. What does this mean for our jobs? The magazine Technologist digs into the answer in its 13th edition.
What really counts?
22nd June 2017
"All things are numbers," said Pythagoras once, a prescient phrase particularly relevant to today's era of quantification and big data. The magazine Hémisphères digs into this trend in its 13th issue.
When science creates life
11th May 2017
The latest issue of In Vivo focuses on new developments in fertility treatments.
Publication of the book “Remarkable trees”
26th April 2017
LargeNetwork has crafted a book honoring Geneva's forested heritage with 41 images by photographer Thierry Parel.
The magazine “Flat” proceeds without LargeNetwork
20th April 2017
Brain drain: Europe strikes back
18th April 2017
Many European scientists have moved to the United States over the years. These days, the continent is mobilizing to keep top talents at home and boost regional competitivity. Technologist takes a look in its latest issue.
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