Discussions on the future of energy systems in Africa were held at a mini-froum in Paris, not too long ago. And this is in preparation for a symposium in Morocco.
The Minafin group, a leader in the development and production of fine chemicals, and the French Academy of Sciences, have announced the launch of the Minafin prize.
The French Academy of Sciences has announced the creation of a new ‘Prize in Computer Science,’ in partnership with the Société Informatique de France. The award will be known as ‘Lovelace-Babbage Prize’.
France produces 92% carbon-free electricity. However, this production is insufficient as soon as winter temperatures are low says Institut de France, which also questioned the place of wind turbines in French electricity mix.
Having formulated the second ‘National Plan for Open Science,’ the French Academy of Sciences reaffirms its support for national and international initiatives that promote ethically-acceptable open science.