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Moissac — Le Patus
Lien Atlas (MCC): http://atlas.patrimoines.culture.fr/atlas/trunk/index.php?ap_theme=DOM_2.01.02&ap_bbox=1.008;44.075;1.193;44.169 The so-called development of the Patus is the cause of the accidental discovery of caveats (reenvelis after protection) and walls. The subsequent sounding exercise revea...
The late exploitation of perfume plants and grassois know-how at the turn of the last century
Since the 1990s, perfume plants in the grassois basin are rare and original productions in several farms. They are therefore sectors of excellence but remain marginalised. They are currently at the heart of the concerns of consumers and perfumers. Despite intense competition from the other producer...
Organisation of urology semmiology education for second-year students at the Antilles Medical Faculty
This memory presents the organisation of an urology course for second-year medical students at the Antilles’ Faculty of Medicine. The aim is to create a course adapted to the clinical reality, with the active participation of students. Method: We have decided to teach “pathologically oriented” semmi...
Xth International Colloque “México Francia”: Memories and sensitivities: Perspectives on Franco-Mexican migration (04/2019)
Argument After 20 years of creative activity — colloquia, seminars, study days, conferences, publication of sources and books, training of students, university exchanges, website — the “México Francia” research project aims to launch a critical reflection on the research carried out, identify its th...
The debate on the future of nuclear energy in Germany, France and Sweden: analysing the complexity of national stakeholder systems
The development of German, French and Swedish nuclear policies following the Fukushima disaster is part of the dynamics specific to the systems of actors in national debates. Germany is singled out by the construction of a coalition that has led actors with different profiles to support the shutdown...
Climate justice and green global economy: call for papers
Call for papers for a special issue of International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, on "International Environmental Justice and the Quest for a Green Global Economy" The journal special issue will explore : The links between sustainable development, green economy and social-e...
Towards quantitative measures in applied ontology
Applied ontology is a relatively new field which aims to apply theories and methods from diverse disciplines such as philosophy, cognitive science, linguistics and formal logics to perform or improve domain-specific tasks. To support the development of effective research methodologies for applied on...
The challenges and opportunities of the Great Ferroviaire Vitesse in terms of local development and sustainable development: analysis based on production and ownership of service innovations
There are many high-speed train projects in Europe and elsewhere in the world. These projects are now part of a context of sustainable development, and their ambition is primarily to limit, or even counter, the continuous growth of road transport for people. However, this primary ambition is accompa...
Intangible cultural heritage, between sensory and sensitivities.
Rosa Ms Isaac Pereire The Department of Research and Science Policy (Ministry of Culture) has been strengthening training in intangible cultural heritage in the regions since 2017, using the network of Ethnopoles and their associated universities. The Salagon Museum (Ethnopole) and IDEMEC (UMR 7307...
Modeling optical fiber space division multiplexed quantum key distribution systems
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Online conference and book | COVID-19 in Developing Economies
While the COVID-19 pandemic is mostly under control in many advanced economies, some developing countries in Africa and Latin America are registering an increase in the number of cases and may suffer long-lasting consequences from the pandemic. Although there is rapidly growing literature on the eco...
Caught in the Web of Bureaucracy? How ‘Failed’ Land Deals Shape the State in Tanzania
After more than ten years of hectic debates on international ‘land grabs’, academic interest in collapsed land deals or projects with unexpected results is growing. According to the Land Matrix, Tanzania is one of the target countries for such deals, with a number ‘abandoned’ or delayed and projects...
Characterisation of the interaction between Stbd1 and Laforina. Determination of its potential role for the development of Lafora disease
[ES] The key work line of this laboratory is the molecular characterisation of altered physiological routes in Lafora disease, as well as possible treatments of the disease. Lafora disease (LD. OMIM 254780) is a recessive autodegenerative neurodegenerative disease that involves progressive myoclonic...
If the afflatus of computers has marked the activities of archivists, as we are reminded in this issue about the founding of the Archives de la critique d’art (ACA) in 1989, the development of computer technology, and data-processing, has also transformed the practice of art criticism and the activi...
The archaeological landscape of Ostia Antica. Methodological problems relating to archaeological development in the first half of the 20th century
Repositioning and development of an electronic sport association
The meeting of the Internet and video games has led to new consumption patterns. The opportunity to play online has generated competitive, cooperative and community-based practices around video games giving rise to electronic sport. This new leisure has created a complex and changing environment. Se...
Trouche, L. (2003). It and mathematics environments, what uses do you use for what learning?
mathematics, seen as a parangon of pure sciences, often give the image of science built in poor technological environments; however, they have developed by forging powerful material and symbolic tools for themselves (or by exploiting them). Mathematics teaching is generally more in line with the ima...
Des capteurs communicants longue portée à très bas débit en bande UHF, pour le suivi de la plaisance
national audience The work presented in this paper focuses on the development of a very low-cost hardware and software solution enabling, through low-speed network infrastructures, the multiplication of long-range, reliable, robust (therefore amarino) sensors, autonomous, miniature, discrete, to wor...
Early mother-child early interactions in the context of severe emotional neglect : transdisciplinary approach of synchrony and maternal insighfulness
Studying early interaction is complex but essential for understanding psychopathology during infancy. Emotional Neglect is a common but insidious form of child maltreatment. It refers to parental failure to give children an emotional environment that allows adequate psychological, cognitive and phys...
Late Gothic Sculpture in Savoie : Workshops, Artists and Clientele in Chambéry and its vicinity : between 1480 and 1530
Despite the paucity of documentary evidence arguing in favour of the existence of much sculpting activity in and near Chambéry, the criteria needed to establish the presence of an artistic hub in the town and its vicinity at the turn of the XV and XVI centuries can be shown. The existence of a large...
Minutes of reading: Gender inequalities in the family, at school and at work: compared approaches
Since the comparative perspective is -Durkheim, it was stressed in time — at the heart of the sociological approach, the works that come under this banner spontaneously attract the attention of sociologists. And this attention is often disappointed because, by way of comparison, we often just juxtap...
Multimedia-enhanced learning productions - A typology based on instructional use and needed resources
peer reviewed This poster introduces a typology of educational multimedia objects stemming from an analysis of 400 audiovisual items produced by IFRES-eCampus, the staff development unit of the University of Liège (Belgium). The classification of the multimedia productions is based on their instruct...
"Préventive war" and the evolution of public international law
Under the reign of classical international law, preventive war was, in international relations, a natural phenomenon. States used to declare war freely to protect themselves against threats of attack that were either imminent or remote. Preventive war was waged in an offensive or defensive way. The...
The challenges of the CLIL: Training of students and teachers
Aspects of the urban environment in Brazil
All authors who have collaborated in this thematic file are interested in environmental, social and political issues surrounding urban development in Brazil. The main idea that emerges from all articles is that measures taken by public authorities to address environmental concerns in Brazilian citie...