22 avril 2019

Pourquoi le luxe vole au secours de Notre-Dame

The ConversationTout le monde l’aura noté, ce furent les familles du luxe qui lancèrent le mouvement : la famille Pinault, la famille Arnault, la famille Bettencourt. Ce sont les trois grands noms du luxe en France, ceux-là même qui contribuent à développer le soft power de la France, sa culture, son rayonnement sur les marchés mondiaux, à travers les marques de luxe réputées des groupes Kering, LVMH et L’Oréal. Plus...

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Comment assurer une parité hommes-femmes dans les sciences de la vie ?

The ConversationOttawa a annoncé hier l'investissement de plus de 80 millions de dollars dans l’établissement de huit nouvelles chaires d'excellence en recherche du Canada, en sciences, en recherche et en innovation. Plus...

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Should you apply to a college that has had a recent scandal?

The ConversationWhen a scandal lands a college at the center of media attention, students and families are often repulsed – quite literally. More...

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How Columbine became a blueprint for school shooters

The ConversationWhen 12 students and one teacher were killed in Littleton, Colorado 20 years ago, it not only became what at the time was the worst high school shooting in U.S. history. It also marked when American society was first handed a script for a new form of violence in schools. More...

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Most graduates will never pay off their student loans

The ConversationNew finding show that more than 70% of students who left university last year are never expected to finish repaying their loans. The report by the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) shows that many of these graduates – the first cohort to pay the higher £9,000 fees – will be making repayments for 30 years. More...

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What robots and AI may mean for university lecturers and students

The ConversationThe number of robots around the world is increasing rapidly. And it’s said that automation will threatening more than 800m jobs worldwide by 2030. In the UK, it’s claimed robots will replace 3.6m workers by this date, which means one in five British jobs would be performed by an intelligent machine. More...

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Riset tunjukkan Indonesia kekurangan kebijakan pendidikan di daerah yang efektif

The ConversationDelapan belas tahun lalu, Pemerintah Indonesia melimpahkan kewenangannya atas sektor pendidikan kepada pemerintah daerah. Sejak saat itu, penyediaan layanan pendidikan dasar tergantung pada kemampuan lebih dari 500 pemerintah daerah di seluruh Indonesia. More...

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Shakespeare: research blows away stereotypes and reveals teenagers actually love the Bard

The ConversationWhen you think of inner-city teenagers, what springs to mind? For many, it’s hoodies, video games – and probably hating Shakespeare. But my research proves that this stereotype is far from the truth. More...

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Exam ‘over’ at All Souls College, Oxford, your time starts now…

The ConversationCricket is not a topic one naturally associates with All Souls, the Oxford college with neither undergraduates nor graduate students. More...

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Lost international student enrolments may cost Australia billions

The ConversationFailure to reverse a downturn in international student enrolments could cost billions to Australia’s GDP and over 45,000 jobs by the end of the decade, a report has found. More...

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