• Des étudiants veulent empêcher la venue de Macron à la Sorbonne (Direct du 26.09)

    Alors que le président doit tenir un discours sur la refondation de l'Union Européenne à l'université de la Sorbonne à Paris, des étudiants ont appelé à perturber son intervention en réaction aux mesures prises au début de son quinquennat. Abonnez-vous à la chaîne YouTube de RT France : https://www.youtube.com/user/rtenfrancais RT en français : http://francais.rt.com/ Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/RTFrance Twitter : https://twitter.com/rtenfrancais Google+ : https://plus.google.com/104396643367936605095/posts

    published: 26 Sep 2017
  • Des étudiants opposés à la politique de Macron manifestent devant la Sorbonne

    Alors que le président tient un discours sur la refondation de l'Union Européenne à l'université de la Sorbonne à Paris, des étudiants ont appelé à perturber son intervention en réaction aux mesures prises depuis le début de son quinquennat. Abonnez-vous à la chaîne YouTube de RT France : https://www.youtube.com/user/rtenfrancais RT en français : http://francais.rt.com/ Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/RTFrance Twitter : https://twitter.com/rtenfrancais Google+ : https://plus.google.com/104396643367936605095/posts

    published: 26 Sep 2017
  • About Macron's speech and EU proposals in Sorbonne 26/09/17

    Good speech by French President Emmanuel Macron, defending proposals we, the @socialistsanddemocrats , have been fighting for a long time. We missed references to a strong Pillar of #SocialRights !

    published: 28 Sep 2017
  • Conférence d'Emmanuel Macron à la Sorbonne

    Emmanuel Macron expose son projet sur la refondation de l'Europe cette après-midi à l'Amphithéâtre de la Sorbonne. Certains étudiants ont été sélectionnés par le cabinet du Président pour participer à cette conférence.

    published: 26 Sep 2017
  • Emmanuel Macron Lance le pacte mondial pour l'environnement à grand Amphithéâtre de la Sorbonne

    Emmanuel Macron Lance le pacte mondial pour l'environnement à grand Amphithéâtre de la Sorbonne

    published: 25 Jun 2017
  • Elon Musk talks Climate Change and Carbon Tax at the Sorbone 2015

    Elon Musk talks Climate Change and Carbon Tax at the Sorbone 2015 Elon Musk is at Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne to talk about the danger of climate change and his vision of what we can do to help the world transition to a sustainable future. Overview: 03:34. Carbon cycle & temperature rise 08.10. Fossil Fuels Era 10:44. Carbon Tax Q&A 16:18. Importance of climate change 17:35. Effectiveness of incentives 19:50. Storing CO2 21:07. Lithium availability 22:30. Tesla PowerPack big projects 24:13. Government role 26:43. Colonising Mars 27:52. Future energy sources 29:16. Nuclear fission / Nuclear Fusion 31:45. Advices to energy entrepreneurs 33:22. Government incentives 35:00. Artificial Intelligence 36:22. Fund raising challenges (Tesla insight) 38:54. Changing society energy behaviou...

    published: 04 Dec 2015
  • What Money Can't Buy - the moral limit of markets

    Speaker: Professor Michael Sandel Discussants: Stephanie Flanders, Professor Julian Le Grand, Rt Revd Peter Selby Chair: Ann Pettifor Recorded on 23 May 2012 in St Paul's Cathedral, London. Is there something wrong with a world in which everything is for sale? If so, how can we prevent market values from reaching into spheres of life where they don't belong? What are the moral limits of markets? Noted public philosopher and Harvard professor Michael J. Sandel will explore some of these pressing questions with responses from Stephanie Flanders, Professor Julian Le Grand and Bishop Peter Selby. St Paul's Cathedral is delighted to host a discussion on this vital topic within a sacred space in order to explore the intersection between faith, morality and markets and the power that mo...

    published: 11 Jun 2012
  • Prof. Pierre Chandon, Director INSEAD Sorbonne, Behavioral Lab

    What role can the chocolate industry play in terms of dealing with the challenges of obesity? Prof. Chandon also explains why we tend to eat beyond pleasure. But: Pleasure comes with eating smaller portions.

    published: 09 Jun 2016
  • Harvard's Endowment and Taxation

    -- Like, Comment, Share, Subscribe! -- An excerpt from "Global Capitalism", a monthly talk hosted by Richard Wolff. Learn more: https://www.youtube.com/user/democracyatwrk Full episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BdMCTlHl5RQ Richard David Wolff is an American Marxian economist, well known for his work on Marxian economics, economic methodology, and class analysis. He is Professor of Economics Emeritus, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and currently a Visiting Professor in the Graduate Program in International Affairs of the New School University in New York. Wolff has also taught economics at Yale University, City University of New York, University of Utah, University of Paris I (Sorbonne), and The Brecht Forum in New York City. In 1988 he co-founded the journal Rethinking M...

    published: 11 May 2017
  • University of Paris

    The University of Paris (French: Université de Paris), often known as the Sorbonne or la Sorbonne, was noted as one of the first universities to be established in Europe. It was founded in the mid-12th century in Paris, France, officially recognized between 1160 and 1250. Following the French Revolution, its activities were suspended from 1793 to 1896. With the growth of higher education in the postwar years in France, in 1970 the university was divided into thirteen autonomous institutions. The university is often referred to the Sorbonne after the collegiate institution (Collège de Sorbonne) founded around 1257 by Robert de Sorbon, but it was always larger than the Sorbonne. Of the thirteen current successor universities, four have premises in the historical Sorbonne building, and three ...

    published: 28 Aug 2014
  • Students protest against reform of university funding

    SHOTLIST 1. Students with banner marching towards the National Assembly 2. Close of students chanting slogans 3. Pan left of marching 4. Back shot of policeman in riot gear watching demonstration 5. Students blocked by metallic barricades near National Assembly, policemen standing 6. Students singing anti-government slogans 7. Set-up shot of vice-president of UNEF (main student union) Sophie Binet SOUNDBITE: (French) Sophie Binet, vice-president of UNEF, main student union: "What worries us in this law project is the financial and political disengagement of the state in the higher education because the law project facilitates the recourse to private funding and also it gives new remits to universities. For example the management of premises, the management of the buildings, etc, ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • European Money Week: Flore-Anne Messy of the OECD

    Flore-Anne Messy is Deputy Head of the Financial Affairs Division of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). She is in particular responsible for the OECD financial education project and is the Executive Secretary of the International Network on Financial Education and its dedicated website, the OECD International Gateway for Financial Education (www.financial-education.org). She joined the OECD in June 2000 originally to work and develop the activities of the Secretariat for the Insurance and Private Pensions Committee. As such, she was in charge of a series of projects in the financial sector including the governance of insurers; the financial management of large-scale catastrophes; work related to ageing and insurance; private financing of health care and t...

    published: 16 Mar 2015
  • L’hétérogénéité des communs par rapport au droit public

    Etienne Picard, Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne

    published: 29 Jun 2017
  • All About the Money! Financial Integrity and Transparency in Sport

    Sport today is a multi-billion euro business yet it faces unprecedented challenges, putting into question its financial integrity and transparency. In recent years the international sporting arena has seen disturbing growth in issues such as third-party ownerships of players' economic rights, irregular financial dealings and circumvention of financial fair play obligations, transfer of ownership of football clubs with unknown or anonymous investors, growing intervention and influence of offshore investment funds and many other episodes of money laundering and tax evasion.

    published: 07 Oct 2014
  • Tensions à la Sorbonne avant l’arrivée de Macron

    Emmanuel Macron est attendu ce mardi 26 septembre à 15h à la Sorbonne pour exposer son projet de « refonder » l’Europe. Le président dévoilera plusieurs « mesures emblématiques » et « concrètes », destinées à « lancer le débat » au niveau européen. Des étudiants se sont opposés à l’arrivée du président et ont manifesté devant la prestigieuse université.

    published: 26 Sep 2017
  • Interview avec Julien Verceuil

    Interview avec Julien Vercueil, maître de conférence en Sciences Economiques à l'INALCO

    published: 03 May 2016
  • Passive Investing Theory, part 2: The Random Walk

    http://sensibleinvesting.tv -- the independent voice of passive investing Part two of a four-part series exploring the foundations of passive investing and the men who have brought it to global significance. Part two describes the random walk theory: the belief that share prices are not predictable as they are based on reaction to information that is being fed into the market completely randomly. The observations of Jules Regnault and Louis Bachelier in the late 19th century, built upon by figures such as Paul Samuelson and Burton Malkiel still hold true in our 21st century economy. Featuring contributions from Bernd Hanke, Prof Patricia Chelley-Steeley and Jeffrey Molitor. One of the key foundation stones of passive investing theory is that share prices reflect reactions to information...

    published: 14 Feb 2013
  • Shakespeare and Europe- Michael Dobson - 2016

    Conférence donnée dans le cadre de l'Université d'été en Sorbonne, en partenariat avec le British Council, le 7 juillet 2016, par Michael Dobson, Directeur du Shakespeare Institute, Stratford-upon-Avon, et professeur à l’université de Birmingham, à l'amphithéâtre Richelieu en Sorbonne. http://universite.ete.sorbonne-universites.fr/ S'abonner : https://www.youtube.com/c/UniversiteParisSorbonne Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/Universite.Paris.Sorbonne/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/Paris_Sorbonne Site web : http://www.paris-sorbonne.fr

    published: 05 Oct 2016
  • Margaux et Droit-Gestion - M2 Droit bancaire et financier Paris 1

    Que sont devenus les anciens étudiants de Droit-Gestion ? Venez les rencontrer en l’espace de quelques instants dans une série de vidéos pour tout comprendre : pourquoi droit-gestion après la terminale ? Qu’est-ce que cela leur a apporté ? En d’autres termes, la double licence droit-gestion est-elle faite pour toi ? 0:19 Pourquoi as-tu choisi droit-gestion à l’origine ? 0:40 Trois mots pour décrire le cursus 1:04 Quel a été ton parcours après la double licence ? 1:25 Quel est ton projet actuel ? 1:51 Que t’a apporté la double licence dans ce que tu fais aujourd’hui ? 2:25 Pour quelle raison recommanderai-tu cette filière ? 3:04 Un évènement qui t’a marqué pendant la licence L' ADDG est l'association du diplôme de droit et de gestion de la Sorbonne. Il est possible de prendre co...

    published: 26 Feb 2017
  • Jean Ziegler über Thomas Sankara

    Jean Ziegler (French: [ziglɛʁ]; born April 19, 1934 as Hans Ziegler) is a former professor of sociology at the University of Geneva and the Sorbonne, Paris. Currently member of the Advisory Committee to the United Nations Human Rights Council. He was a Member of Parliament for the Social Democrats in the Federal Assembly of Switzerland from 1981 to 1999. He has also held several positions with the United Nations, especially as Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food from 2000 to 2008,[1] and as a member of the Advisory Committee of the UN Human Rights Council from 2008 to 2012. Jean Ziegler has authored numerous works, is a lecturer, and is well known for this sentence: "A child who dies from hunger is a murdered child."[2] Thomas Isidore Noël Sankara (French pronunciation: ​[tɔma izidɔʁ ...

    published: 30 Nov 2016
  • Les données au service de la mesure des risques économiques et financiers

    Avec Nicole El Karoui, professeur de mathématiques appliquées à l’UPMC, chercheuse au Laboratoire de Probabilités et Modèles Aléatoires (LPMA – UPMC/Paris-Diderot/CNRS) et Charles-Albert Lehalle, Senior Research Advisor chez Capital Fund Management. Une rencontre animée par Fabienne CHAUVIERE, journaliste scientifique.

    published: 23 Nov 2016
  • Macron findet EU "zu schwach, zu langsam, zu ineffizient" und verteilt Seitenhiebe gegen Deutschland

    Für ein "souveränes Europa" will sich der junge Präsident einsetzen: Emmanuel Macron hat in der Pariser Sorbonne-Universität vor Studenten gesprochen und hat dabei seinen Plan zur Reform der EU vorgelegt. Es brauche eine Neugründung der EU, denn sie sei "zu schwach, zu langsam und zu ineffizient". Der französische Staatschef will eine gemeinsame Armee und einen gemeinsamen Katastrophenschutz. Alle Studenten in der EU sollten bis 2024 zwei europäische Fremdsprachen lernen. Der Zeitpunkt seiner … LESEN SIE MEHR: http://de.euronews.com/2017/09/26/macron-legt-entwurf-fur-eu-reform-vor euronews: der meistgesehene Nachrichtensender in Europa. Abonnieren Sie! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronewsde euronews gibt es in 13 Sprachen: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsne...

    published: 26 Sep 2017
  • The basis of technical analysis (webinar record)

    The webinar on the topic "The basis of technical analysis" was held May 15, 2014. The webinar lecturer was Remy Gaussens (Trading Central), head of the technical analysis department at Trading Central. Remy has a master's degree in trading from ESLSCA and a bachelor's degree in economics, with a specialization in "Money and Finances," from University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. For many years he has held training courses around the world (Hong Kong, Taiwan, London, Paris, Brussels, Rimini). During the first webinar EXNESS traders were introduced to the basics of technical analysis and learned about the opportunities to use it in daily trading. Remy Gaussens showed how to determine figures in technical analysis, read charts professionally, and identify possible changes in trends.

    published: 15 Apr 2015
  • Scuffles erupt during Macron speech in Paris

    Scuffles broke out between police and students outside the Sorbonne University in Paris. French President Emmanuel Macron was delivering a speech on the

    published: 26 Sep 2017
  • Discovery made beneath Antarctica's McMurdo Dry Valleys

    Using a novel, helicopter-borne sensor to penetrate the surface of large swathes of terrain, a team of researchers supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF) has gathered compelling evidence that beneath Antarctica's ice-free McMurdo Dry Valleys lies a salty aquifer that may support previously unknown microbial ecosystems and retain evidence of ancient climate change. An airborne electromagnetic (AEM) sensor, called SkyTEM, mounted to the helicopter, allowed the team to discover that brines--salty water--form extensive aquifers below glaciers, lakes and within permanently frozen soils. The brines may also play an important role in contemporary biological processes in the Dry Valleys. "These unfrozen materials appear to be relics of past surface ecosystems and our findings provide...

    published: 28 Apr 2015
  • PhiloGaia2016 "Trip to the heart of the Earth" (comp B Brice, PhiloGaïa Orchestra IPGP)

    “PhiloGaïa Orchestra project” has started from spontaneous improvisation sessions in Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris. Musicians in the institute have sought an original way of gathering our passions in geophysics and in music closer than ever. A concert held on November 18th 2016 in the amphitheater of INALCO, Paris was a first contact with the general public. It was funded by “Festival of ideas in Paris 2016” of Université Sorbonne Paris Cité and the music was composed by a young film-composer Baptiste Brice. The project will further seek opportunities and directions.

    published: 19 Feb 2017
  • "Musiques du XXème siècle - quels financements ?" avec Paul Méfano et Viviane Waschbüsch

    Colloque "L’art et l’argent : financement du travail artistique et enjeux socio-esthétiques" - "Art and money: the socio-aesthetic implications of arts funding" 20 & 21 mai 2016 Colloque international organisé par Annelies Fryberger, Viviane Waschbüsch & Marion Duquerroy Viviane Waschbüsch (IReMus/Université Paris-Sorbonne)

    published: 29 Aug 2016
  • How Much Does It Cost To Go To University In France?

    Masters fees and funding in france cost of studying paris sorbonne universitymedical study guide student living. Such fees may include a contribution to the costs of specialist equipment information below concerns universities it does not concern 'grandes ecoles', or preferably write to, go university and ufr (faculty) in which you wish but with low cost flights available from many french cities, 28 jan 2016 read on discover average tuition living world, france is also popular study abroad destination, offering relatively campus promotion higher education, international student services, bulk education an 10,000 per year learn about studying find courses easily has 83 public they are all funded by national 2013, annual for undergraduate studies were set under 200 (under us$300). French uni...

    published: 01 Sep 2017
  • Discovery made beneath Antarctica's McMurdo Dry Valleys

    Using a novel, helicopter-borne sensor to penetrate the surface of large swathes of terrain, a team of researchers supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF) has gathered compelling evidence that beneath Antarctica's ice-free McMurdo Dry Valleys lies a salty aquifer that may support previously unknown microbial ecosystems and retain evidence of ancient climate change. An airborne electromagnetic (AEM) sensor, called SkyTEM, mounted to the helicopter, allowed the team to discover that brines--salty water--form extensive aquifers below glaciers, lakes and within permanently frozen soils. The brines may also play an important role in contemporary biological processes in the Dry Valleys. "These unfrozen materials appear to be relics of past surface ecosystems and our findings provide...

    published: 09 May 2017
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Des étudiants veulent empêcher la venue de Macron à la Sorbonne (Direct du 26.09)

Des étudiants veulent empêcher la venue de Macron à la Sorbonne (Direct du 26.09)

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Alors que le président doit tenir un discours sur la refondation de l'Union Européenne à l'université de la Sorbonne à Paris, des étudiants ont appelé à perturber son intervention en réaction aux mesures prises au début de son quinquennat. Abonnez-vous à la chaîne YouTube de RT France : https://www.youtube.com/user/rtenfrancais RT en français : http://francais.rt.com/ Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/RTFrance Twitter : https://twitter.com/rtenfrancais Google+ : https://plus.google.com/104396643367936605095/posts
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Des étudiants opposés à la politique de Macron manifestent devant la Sorbonne

Des étudiants opposés à la politique de Macron manifestent devant la Sorbonne

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Alors que le président tient un discours sur la refondation de l'Union Européenne à l'université de la Sorbonne à Paris, des étudiants ont appelé à perturber son intervention en réaction aux mesures prises depuis le début de son quinquennat. Abonnez-vous à la chaîne YouTube de RT France : https://www.youtube.com/user/rtenfrancais RT en français : http://francais.rt.com/ Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/RTFrance Twitter : https://twitter.com/rtenfrancais Google+ : https://plus.google.com/104396643367936605095/posts
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About Macron's speech and EU proposals in Sorbonne 26/09/17

About Macron's speech and EU proposals in Sorbonne 26/09/17

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Good speech by French President Emmanuel Macron, defending proposals we, the @socialistsanddemocrats , have been fighting for a long time. We missed references to a strong Pillar of #SocialRights !
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Conférence d'Emmanuel Macron à la Sorbonne

Conférence d'Emmanuel Macron à la Sorbonne

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Emmanuel Macron expose son projet sur la refondation de l'Europe cette après-midi à l'Amphithéâtre de la Sorbonne. Certains étudiants ont été sélectionnés par le cabinet du Président pour participer à cette conférence.
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Emmanuel Macron Lance le pacte mondial pour l'environnement à grand Amphithéâtre de la Sorbonne

Emmanuel Macron Lance le pacte mondial pour l'environnement à grand Amphithéâtre de la Sorbonne

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Emmanuel Macron Lance le pacte mondial pour l'environnement à grand Amphithéâtre de la Sorbonne
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Elon Musk talks Climate Change and Carbon Tax at the Sorbone 2015

Elon Musk talks Climate Change and Carbon Tax at the Sorbone 2015

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Elon Musk talks Climate Change and Carbon Tax at the Sorbone 2015 Elon Musk is at Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne to talk about the danger of climate change and his vision of what we can do to help the world transition to a sustainable future. Overview: 03:34. Carbon cycle & temperature rise 08.10. Fossil Fuels Era 10:44. Carbon Tax Q&A 16:18. Importance of climate change 17:35. Effectiveness of incentives 19:50. Storing CO2 21:07. Lithium availability 22:30. Tesla PowerPack big projects 24:13. Government role 26:43. Colonising Mars 27:52. Future energy sources 29:16. Nuclear fission / Nuclear Fusion 31:45. Advices to energy entrepreneurs 33:22. Government incentives 35:00. Artificial Intelligence 36:22. Fund raising challenges (Tesla insight) 38:54. Changing society energy behaviour 41:19. Green energy lobbying 45:55. COP21 in Paris 46:50. Getting CO2-dependent countries on-board 49:21. Batteries carbon footprint 51:50. Sustainable future roadmap Date: December 2 2015
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What Money Can't Buy - the moral limit of markets

What Money Can't Buy - the moral limit of markets

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Speaker: Professor Michael Sandel Discussants: Stephanie Flanders, Professor Julian Le Grand, Rt Revd Peter Selby Chair: Ann Pettifor Recorded on 23 May 2012 in St Paul's Cathedral, London. Is there something wrong with a world in which everything is for sale? If so, how can we prevent market values from reaching into spheres of life where they don't belong? What are the moral limits of markets? Noted public philosopher and Harvard professor Michael J. Sandel will explore some of these pressing questions with responses from Stephanie Flanders, Professor Julian Le Grand and Bishop Peter Selby. St Paul's Cathedral is delighted to host a discussion on this vital topic within a sacred space in order to explore the intersection between faith, morality and markets and the power that money has in our lives. Questions and comments from the audience will be taken. Michael J. Sandel is the Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Professor of Government at Harvard University, where he has taught political philosophy since 1980. His recent book, Justice: What's the Right Thing to Do? relates the big questions of political philosophy to the most vexing issues of our time. His new book, What Money Can't Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets, has just been published. At Harvard, Sandel's courses include Ethics, Biotechnology, and the Future of Human Nature, Ethics, Economics, and Law, and Globalization and Its Critics. His undergraduate course, Justice, has enrolled over 15,000 students, and is the first Harvard course to be made freely available online and on public television. A recipient of the Harvard-Radcliffe Phi Beta Kappa Teaching Prize, Sandel was recognised by the American Political Science Association in 2008 for a career of excellence in teaching. He has been a visiting professor at the Sorbonne (Paris), delivered the Tanner Lectures on Human Values at Oxford University, and in 2009 delivered the BBC Reith Lectures. In 2010, China Newsweek named him the "most influential foreign figure of the year" in China. Stephanie Flanders has been a reporter at the New York Times (2001); a speech writer and senior advisor to the US Treasury Secretary (1997-2001); a Financial Times leader-writer and columnist (1993-7); and an economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies and London Business School. She became BBC economics editor in April 2008. She has won numerous awards, including the 2010 Harold Wincott Award for online journalism. She blogs at Stephanomics. Julian Le Grand is the Richard Titmuss Professor of Social Policy at the London School of Economics. He is an Honorary Fellow of the Faculty of Public Health Medicine, a Trustee of the Kings Fund, and a Founding Academician of the Academy of Learned Societies for the Social Sciences. He has an honorary doctorate from the University of Sussex. In 2003-5 he was seconded to No 10 Downing St as a senior policy adviser to the Prime Minister. As well as his position at No 10, he has acted as an adviser to the President of the European Commission, the World Bank, the World Health Organisation, the OECD, Her Majesty's Treasury and the UK Departments of Health and Work and Pensions. Dr Peter Selby was Bishop of Worcester from 1997 until 2007 and in 2001 was also appointed to Bishop of Prisons, a post from which he also retired in September 2007. Dr Selby's interest in prisons is long-standing, and he is himself the son of refugees, and served for a time as the Chair of the Asylum Committee of the Refugee Council. His concern for prisons and the criminal justice system extends back to 1965 when he served as an interim chaplain at San Quentin, California, as part of his ministerial training. Ann Pettifor is director of Policy Research in Macro-Economics (PriME), and a senior fellow of the New Economics Foundation. She is the author of The Coming First World Debt Crisis which was published in 2006 St Paul's Institute seeks to foster an informed Christian response to the most urgent ethical and spiritual issues of our times: financial integrity, economic justice, and the meaning of the common good. JustShare is a coalition of churches and charities committed to global development and social justice.
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Prof. Pierre Chandon, Director INSEAD Sorbonne, Behavioral Lab

Prof. Pierre Chandon, Director INSEAD Sorbonne, Behavioral Lab

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What role can the chocolate industry play in terms of dealing with the challenges of obesity? Prof. Chandon also explains why we tend to eat beyond pleasure. But: Pleasure comes with eating smaller portions.
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Harvard's Endowment and Taxation

Harvard's Endowment and Taxation

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-- Like, Comment, Share, Subscribe! -- An excerpt from "Global Capitalism", a monthly talk hosted by Richard Wolff. Learn more: https://www.youtube.com/user/democracyatwrk Full episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BdMCTlHl5RQ Richard David Wolff is an American Marxian economist, well known for his work on Marxian economics, economic methodology, and class analysis. He is Professor of Economics Emeritus, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and currently a Visiting Professor in the Graduate Program in International Affairs of the New School University in New York. Wolff has also taught economics at Yale University, City University of New York, University of Utah, University of Paris I (Sorbonne), and The Brecht Forum in New York City. In 1988 he co-founded the journal Rethinking Marxism. In 2010, Wolff published Capitalism Hits the Fan: The Global Economic Meltdown and What to Do About It, also released as a DVD. He released three new books in 2012: Occupy the Economy: Challenging Capitalism, with David Barsamian (San Francisco: City Lights Books), Contending Economic Theories: Neoclassical, Keynesian, and Marxian, with Stephen Resnick (Cambridge, MA, and London: MIT University Press), and Democracy at Work (Chicago: Haymarket Books). "Resignation" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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University of Paris

University of Paris

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The University of Paris (French: Université de Paris), often known as the Sorbonne or la Sorbonne, was noted as one of the first universities to be established in Europe. It was founded in the mid-12th century in Paris, France, officially recognized between 1160 and 1250. Following the French Revolution, its activities were suspended from 1793 to 1896. With the growth of higher education in the postwar years in France, in 1970 the university was divided into thirteen autonomous institutions. The university is often referred to the Sorbonne after the collegiate institution (Collège de Sorbonne) founded around 1257 by Robert de Sorbon, but it was always larger than the Sorbonne. Of the thirteen current successor universities, four have premises in the historical Sorbonne building, and three of them include "Sorbonne" in their names. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Students protest against reform of university funding

Students protest against reform of university funding

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SHOTLIST 1. Students with banner marching towards the National Assembly 2. Close of students chanting slogans 3. Pan left of marching 4. Back shot of policeman in riot gear watching demonstration 5. Students blocked by metallic barricades near National Assembly, policemen standing 6. Students singing anti-government slogans 7. Set-up shot of vice-president of UNEF (main student union) Sophie Binet SOUNDBITE: (French) Sophie Binet, vice-president of UNEF, main student union: "What worries us in this law project is the financial and political disengagement of the state in the higher education because the law project facilitates the recourse to private funding and also it gives new remits to universities. For example the management of premises, the management of the buildings, etc, etc." 8. More students protesting near National Assembly, blocked by barriers 9. Close of student next to placard reading: (French) "With (education Minister) Pecresse, no tenderness, too much CRS (French riot police)" 10. Wide of students 11. Wide of National Assembly with police vans in front STORY: Hundreds of students gathered in front of France's National Assembly on Friday to protest against a university reform that allows for private contributions to schools in addition to public funding. The students fear the reform, designed to make France's schools more competitive, will erode the national guarantee of public education for all. "What worries us in this law project is the financial and political disengagement of the state in the higher education because the law project facilitates the recourse to private funding," said Sophie Binet, vice-president of main student union UNEF. Nearly half of the country's 85 universities experienced disruptions from protesting students, the UNEF student union said. Thursday evening, riot police removed some 200 students leading a sit-in at a university campus in Lyon, southeast France. No injuries were reported, student groups said. Next week, many student unions plan to line up with hospital workers and school administrators in strikes over Sarkozy's plan to thin the public sector. The demonstrations began among leftist activists at a handful of campuses last month and have slowly grown, although they are so far much smaller than massive student protests in 2006. The law's critics say that change could turn universities into puppets of private corporations and kill off fields of study that do not make money. Student grievances are separate from those of transit workers striking over plans to trim their retirement benefits, public sector workers angry over jobs cuts and judicial officials dismayed by plans to shut some court houses. But the risk for Sarkozy is that the variety of protest actions could together create a volatile atmosphere of rebellion against his reform drive. Students have proven to be a powerful force in French politics in the past and have quashed previous attempts at university reform. Student protesters humiliated Sarkozy's predecessor, Jacques Chirac, in 2006 with protests that forced him to withdraw legislation that would have made it easier to hire and fire young workers. So far, these protests cannot compete with those of 2006 for scale. Only about 200 students attended a protest gathering Friday in Paris. Sarkozy's university legislation - which was passed while students were away on summer holiday - takes much of its inspiration from the United States system. It gives universities more control over their budgets and personnel and allows them to attract outside investment. Private investment has long been common at US Universities, where companies routinely help fund research, especially in the sciences. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/10cd04fe7d86c6cabe6ceb397e9eaa8d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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European Money Week: Flore-Anne Messy of the OECD

European Money Week: Flore-Anne Messy of the OECD

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Flore-Anne Messy is Deputy Head of the Financial Affairs Division of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). She is in particular responsible for the OECD financial education project and is the Executive Secretary of the International Network on Financial Education and its dedicated website, the OECD International Gateway for Financial Education (www.financial-education.org). She joined the OECD in June 2000 originally to work and develop the activities of the Secretariat for the Insurance and Private Pensions Committee. As such, she was in charge of a series of projects in the financial sector including the governance of insurers; the financial management of large-scale catastrophes; work related to ageing and insurance; private financing of health care and the coverage of medical malpractice. Prior to the OECD she worked at Deloitte and Touche Tomatsu Audit Paris, in the insurance and banking field. She graduated from the Institute of Political Studies of Paris and received her thesis in international economies from University Pantheon-Sorbonne of Paris in 1998.
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L’hétérogénéité des communs par rapport au droit public

L’hétérogénéité des communs par rapport au droit public

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All About the Money! Financial Integrity and Transparency in Sport

All About the Money! Financial Integrity and Transparency in Sport

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Sport today is a multi-billion euro business yet it faces unprecedented challenges, putting into question its financial integrity and transparency. In recent years the international sporting arena has seen disturbing growth in issues such as third-party ownerships of players' economic rights, irregular financial dealings and circumvention of financial fair play obligations, transfer of ownership of football clubs with unknown or anonymous investors, growing intervention and influence of offshore investment funds and many other episodes of money laundering and tax evasion.
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Tensions à la Sorbonne avant l’arrivée de Macron

Tensions à la Sorbonne avant l’arrivée de Macron

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Emmanuel Macron est attendu ce mardi 26 septembre à 15h à la Sorbonne pour exposer son projet de « refonder » l’Europe. Le président dévoilera plusieurs « mesures emblématiques » et « concrètes », destinées à « lancer le débat » au niveau européen. Des étudiants se sont opposés à l’arrivée du président et ont manifesté devant la prestigieuse université.
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Interview avec Julien Verceuil

Interview avec Julien Verceuil

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Interview avec Julien Vercueil, maître de conférence en Sciences Economiques à l'INALCO
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Passive Investing Theory, part 2: The Random Walk

Passive Investing Theory, part 2: The Random Walk

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http://sensibleinvesting.tv -- the independent voice of passive investing Part two of a four-part series exploring the foundations of passive investing and the men who have brought it to global significance. Part two describes the random walk theory: the belief that share prices are not predictable as they are based on reaction to information that is being fed into the market completely randomly. The observations of Jules Regnault and Louis Bachelier in the late 19th century, built upon by figures such as Paul Samuelson and Burton Malkiel still hold true in our 21st century economy. Featuring contributions from Bernd Hanke, Prof Patricia Chelley-Steeley and Jeffrey Molitor. One of the key foundation stones of passive investing theory is that share prices reflect reactions to information being fed into the market completely randomly. It was a French stockbroker called Jules Regnault who first introduced the notion in a book published in 1863. A generation later, his compatriot Louis Bachelier, a mathematician, developed the idea further, while researching at the Sorbonne at Paris. In The Theory of Speculation, the PhD thesis he submitted in 1900, Bachelier wrote: "The influences that determine the movements of the market are innumerable; past, current and even anticipated events that often have no obvious connection with its changes... It is thus impossible to hope for mathematical probability." Bachelier's famous conclusion was that "the mathematical expectation of the speculator is zero." The theory became known as The Random Walk - the idea that share price movements are no more predictable than the steps of a drunkard. But it took more than half a century for academics to acknowledge the significance of Bachelier's contribution. Randomness was also the theme of a famous book published in 1973, by the Princeton economist Burton Malkiel. In A Random Walk Down Wall Street, Malkiel revealed how index funds, which simply track an entire market, consistently outperform funds managed by professional stock-pickers. It's an idea that's clearly struck a chord with investors. Now in its tenth edition, Malkiel's book has already sold more than one and a half million copies. For more videos like this one, visit http://sensibleinvesting.tv
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Shakespeare and Europe- Michael Dobson - 2016

Shakespeare and Europe- Michael Dobson - 2016

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Conférence donnée dans le cadre de l'Université d'été en Sorbonne, en partenariat avec le British Council, le 7 juillet 2016, par Michael Dobson, Directeur du Shakespeare Institute, Stratford-upon-Avon, et professeur à l’université de Birmingham, à l'amphithéâtre Richelieu en Sorbonne. http://universite.ete.sorbonne-universites.fr/ S'abonner : https://www.youtube.com/c/UniversiteParisSorbonne Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/Universite.Paris.Sorbonne/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/Paris_Sorbonne Site web : http://www.paris-sorbonne.fr
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Margaux et Droit-Gestion - M2 Droit bancaire et financier Paris 1

Margaux et Droit-Gestion - M2 Droit bancaire et financier Paris 1

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Que sont devenus les anciens étudiants de Droit-Gestion ? Venez les rencontrer en l’espace de quelques instants dans une série de vidéos pour tout comprendre : pourquoi droit-gestion après la terminale ? Qu’est-ce que cela leur a apporté ? En d’autres termes, la double licence droit-gestion est-elle faite pour toi ? 0:19 Pourquoi as-tu choisi droit-gestion à l’origine ? 0:40 Trois mots pour décrire le cursus 1:04 Quel a été ton parcours après la double licence ? 1:25 Quel est ton projet actuel ? 1:51 Que t’a apporté la double licence dans ce que tu fais aujourd’hui ? 2:25 Pour quelle raison recommanderai-tu cette filière ? 3:04 Un évènement qui t’a marqué pendant la licence L' ADDG est l'association du diplôme de droit et de gestion de la Sorbonne. Il est possible de prendre contact via différents réseaux: - YOUTUBE : en commentaire - FACEBOOK : Addg Sorbonne - MAIL : univparis1.droitgestion@gmail.com
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Jean Ziegler über Thomas Sankara

Jean Ziegler über Thomas Sankara

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Jean Ziegler (French: [ziglɛʁ]; born April 19, 1934 as Hans Ziegler) is a former professor of sociology at the University of Geneva and the Sorbonne, Paris. Currently member of the Advisory Committee to the United Nations Human Rights Council. He was a Member of Parliament for the Social Democrats in the Federal Assembly of Switzerland from 1981 to 1999. He has also held several positions with the United Nations, especially as Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food from 2000 to 2008,[1] and as a member of the Advisory Committee of the UN Human Rights Council from 2008 to 2012. Jean Ziegler has authored numerous works, is a lecturer, and is well known for this sentence: "A child who dies from hunger is a murdered child."[2] Thomas Isidore Noël Sankara (French pronunciation: ​[tɔma izidɔʁ nɔɛl sɑ̃kaʁa]; 21 December 1949 – 15 October 1987), born Thomas Isidore Noël Ouédraogo,[1] was a Burkinabé military captain, Marxist revolutionary, pan-Africanist theorist, and President of Burkina Faso from 1983 to 1987.[2][3] Viewed by supporters as a charismatic and iconic figure of revolution, he is commonly referred to as "Africa's Che Guevara".[2][4][5] Sankara seized power in a 1983 popularly supported coup at the age of 33, with the goal of eliminating corruption and the dominance of the former French colonial power.[2][6] He immediately launched one of the most ambitious programmes for social and economic change ever attempted on the African continent.[6] To symbolize this new autonomy and rebirth, he renamed the country from the French colonial Upper Volta to Burkina Faso ("Land of Upright Man").[6] His foreign policies were centered on anti-imperialism, with his government eschewing all foreign aid, pushing for odious debt reduction, nationalizing all land and mineral wealth, and averting the power and influence of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank. His domestic policies were focused on preventing famine with agrarian self-sufficiency and land reform, prioritizing education with a nationwide literacy campaign, and promoting public health by vaccinating 2.5 million children against meningitis, yellow fever, and measles.[7] Other components of his national agenda included planting over ten million trees to halt the growing desertification of the Sahel, doubling wheat production by redistributing land from feudal landlords to peasants, suspending rural poll taxes and domestic rents, and establishing an ambitious road and rail construction program to "tie the nation together".[6] On the localized level Sankara also called on every village to build a medical dispensary and had over 350 communities construct schools with their own labour. Moreover, his commitment to women's rights led him to outlaw female genital mutilation, forced marriages and polygamy, while appointing women to high governmental positions and encouraging them to work outside the home and stay in school even if pregnant.[6] In order to achieve this radical transformation of society, he increasingly exerted authoritarian control over the nation, eventually banning unions and a free press, which he believed could stand in the way of his plans.[6] To counter his opposition in towns and workplaces around the country, he also tried corrupt officials, "counter-revolutionaries" and "lazy workers" in Popular Revolutionary Tribunals.[6] Additionally, as an admirer of Fidel Castro's Cuban Revolution, Sankara set up Cuban-style Committees for the Defense of the Revolution (CDRs).[2] His revolutionary programs for African self-reliance made him an icon to many of Africa's poor.[6] Sankara remained popular with most of his country's impoverished citizens. However his policies alienated and antagonised the vested interests of an array of groups, which included the small but powerful Burkinabé middle class, the tribal leaders whom he stripped of the long-held traditional right to forced labour and tribute payments, and France and its ally the Ivory Coast.[2][8] He was overthrown and assassinated in a coup d'état led by Blaise Compaoré on 15 October 1987. A week before his assassination, he declared: "While revolutionaries as individuals can be murdered, you cannot kill ideas."[2]
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Les données au service de la mesure des risques économiques et financiers

Les données au service de la mesure des risques économiques et financiers

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Avec Nicole El Karoui, professeur de mathématiques appliquées à l’UPMC, chercheuse au Laboratoire de Probabilités et Modèles Aléatoires (LPMA – UPMC/Paris-Diderot/CNRS) et Charles-Albert Lehalle, Senior Research Advisor chez Capital Fund Management. Une rencontre animée par Fabienne CHAUVIERE, journaliste scientifique.
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Macron findet EU "zu schwach, zu langsam, zu ineffizient" und verteilt Seitenhiebe gegen Deutschland

Macron findet EU "zu schwach, zu langsam, zu ineffizient" und verteilt Seitenhiebe gegen Deutschland

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Für ein "souveränes Europa" will sich der junge Präsident einsetzen: Emmanuel Macron hat in der Pariser Sorbonne-Universität vor Studenten gesprochen und hat dabei seinen Plan zur Reform der EU vorgelegt. Es brauche eine Neugründung der EU, denn sie sei "zu schwach, zu langsam und zu ineffizient". Der französische Staatschef will eine gemeinsame Armee und einen gemeinsamen Katastrophenschutz. Alle Studenten in der EU sollten bis 2024 zwei europäische Fremdsprachen lernen. Der Zeitpunkt seiner … LESEN SIE MEHR: http://de.euronews.com/2017/09/26/macron-legt-entwurf-fur-eu-reform-vor euronews: der meistgesehene Nachrichtensender in Europa. Abonnieren Sie! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronewsde euronews gibt es in 13 Sprachen: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels Auf Deutsch: Internet : http://de.euronews.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronewsde Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/101036888397116664208/113171012041187764998/posts?pageId=101036888397116664208
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The basis of technical analysis (webinar record)

The basis of technical analysis (webinar record)

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The webinar on the topic "The basis of technical analysis" was held May 15, 2014. The webinar lecturer was Remy Gaussens (Trading Central), head of the technical analysis department at Trading Central. Remy has a master's degree in trading from ESLSCA and a bachelor's degree in economics, with a specialization in "Money and Finances," from University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. For many years he has held training courses around the world (Hong Kong, Taiwan, London, Paris, Brussels, Rimini). During the first webinar EXNESS traders were introduced to the basics of technical analysis and learned about the opportunities to use it in daily trading. Remy Gaussens showed how to determine figures in technical analysis, read charts professionally, and identify possible changes in trends.
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Scuffles erupt during Macron speech in Paris

Scuffles erupt during Macron speech in Paris

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Scuffles broke out between police and students outside the Sorbonne University in Paris. French President Emmanuel Macron was delivering a speech on the
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Discovery made beneath Antarctica's McMurdo Dry Valleys

Discovery made beneath Antarctica's McMurdo Dry Valleys

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Using a novel, helicopter-borne sensor to penetrate the surface of large swathes of terrain, a team of researchers supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF) has gathered compelling evidence that beneath Antarctica's ice-free McMurdo Dry Valleys lies a salty aquifer that may support previously unknown microbial ecosystems and retain evidence of ancient climate change. An airborne electromagnetic (AEM) sensor, called SkyTEM, mounted to the helicopter, allowed the team to discover that brines--salty water--form extensive aquifers below glaciers, lakes and within permanently frozen soils. The brines may also play an important role in contemporary biological processes in the Dry Valleys. "These unfrozen materials appear to be relics of past surface ecosystems and our findings provide compelling evidence that they now provide deep subsurface habitats for microbial life despite extreme environmental conditions," says the study's lead author Jill Mikucki, an assistant professor of microbiology at the University of Tennessee Knoxville. "We believe the application of novel below-ground visualization technologies can not only reveal hidden microbial habitats, but can also provide insight on glacial dynamics and how Antarctica responds to climate change." In addition to providing answers about the biological adaptations of previously unknown ecosystems that persist in the extreme cold and dark of the Antarctic winter, the new information could also help scientists to understand whether similar conditions might exist elsewhere in the solar system, specifically beneath the surface of Mars, which has similarities to the Dry Valleys. The team also found evidence that brines flow towards the Antarctic coast from roughly 18 kilometers (11 miles) inland, eventually discharging into the Southern Ocean, a biologically rich body of water that encircles Antarctica It is possible that nutrients from microbial weathering in these deep brines influence near-shore biological productivity in that ocean. However, the vast majority of Antarctica's coastal margins remain unexplored. This new survey highlights the importance of these sensitive interfaces. The research was published on April 28 in the open-access journal Nature Communications. Co-authors on the paper include researchers from the University of Tennessee, University of California-Santa Cruz, Dartmouth College, University of Illinois at Chicago, Louisiana State University, University of Wisconsin, Aarhus University in Denmark and Sorbonne Universites, UPMC University in France. The NSF-funded researchers were part of an international, interdisciplinary team that used the AEM sensor, which was developed at Aarhus University in Denmark, to produce extensive imagery of the subsurface of the coldest, driest desert on our planet, the McMurdo Dry Valleys. Using a helicopter to make the observations allowed large areas of rugged terrain to be surveyed very efficiently. The results shed new light on the history and evolution of the Dry Valley landscape, which, uniquely in the Antarctic is ice-free and which during the height of the southern summer has free flowing rivers and streams. The Dry Valleys also are home to briny lakes at the surface and beneath at least one of the glaciers that intrude into the Valleys. Overall, the Dry valleys ecosystem--intensely cold, very dry, and home only to microscopic animal and plant life--closely resembles, during the Antarctic summer, conditions on the surface on Mars. In addition to many other studies, the Dry Valleys are home to projects that are investigating how climate has changed over geologic time. The AEM team believes that the newly discovered brines harbor similar microbial communities persisting in the deep, cold dark aquifers.
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PhiloGaia2016 "Trip to the heart of the Earth" (comp B Brice, PhiloGaïa Orchestra  IPGP)

PhiloGaia2016 "Trip to the heart of the Earth" (comp B Brice, PhiloGaïa Orchestra IPGP)

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“PhiloGaïa Orchestra project” has started from spontaneous improvisation sessions in Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris. Musicians in the institute have sought an original way of gathering our passions in geophysics and in music closer than ever. A concert held on November 18th 2016 in the amphitheater of INALCO, Paris was a first contact with the general public. It was funded by “Festival of ideas in Paris 2016” of Université Sorbonne Paris Cité and the music was composed by a young film-composer Baptiste Brice. The project will further seek opportunities and directions.
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"Musiques du XXème siècle - quels financements ?" avec Paul Méfano et Viviane Waschbüsch

"Musiques du XXème siècle - quels financements ?" avec Paul Méfano et Viviane Waschbüsch

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Colloque "L’art et l’argent : financement du travail artistique et enjeux socio-esthétiques" - "Art and money: the socio-aesthetic implications of arts funding" 20 & 21 mai 2016 Colloque international organisé par Annelies Fryberger, Viviane Waschbüsch & Marion Duquerroy Viviane Waschbüsch (IReMus/Université Paris-Sorbonne)
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How Much Does It Cost To Go To University In France?

How Much Does It Cost To Go To University In France?

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Masters fees and funding in france cost of studying paris sorbonne universitymedical study guide student living. Such fees may include a contribution to the costs of specialist equipment information below concerns universities it does not concern 'grandes ecoles', or preferably write to, go university and ufr (faculty) in which you wish but with low cost flights available from many french cities, 28 jan 2016 read on discover average tuition living world, france is also popular study abroad destination, offering relatively campus promotion higher education, international student services, bulk education an 10,000 per year learn about studying find courses easily has 83 public they are all funded by national 2013, annual for undergraduate studies were set under 200 (under us$300). French university student tuition fees in france. 11 nov 2016 here you can read about fees and funding for masters degrees at french universities. 25 jan 2016 tuition fees at public universities in france have variable prices depending on your average living costs in french cities and towns you can also use the tgv to visit other cities in france for around 20 25 eur a trip the average tuition costs for attending a college in france will vary according if you are looking to attend a college that is low cost it is in your best interest to the cost of attending university in france is considerably lower compared to the although tuition fees vary depending on the program and the institution, the average tuition fee private universities in france charge amounts to cafrench university student tuition fees. Tuition fees at university in france studyineurope. To cover their basic needs while still enjoying daily life in paris on an average monthly budget of 1000 euros. Costs of attending college in france study. French universities are of high quality, with two parisian institutions ranked in the top 100 uk residents do not need a visa and may apply directly to institution(s). This includes a guide to the average cost of french excellence. Study in france about. Study in france course search and advice, cost visa information. Tuition fees in france wikipedia. Tuition & fees 2017 2018 here's what college education costs students around the world enrollment site officiel de l'universit paris sorbonne (paris iv). Universit grenoble alpes an affordable quality education. Studying in france what you need to know the localgo overseas. What will it cost? For study abroad, with easy travel on eurostar via paris to many parts of the country. Typical prices (in gbp, march 2015) are concerning the tuitions fees, system for french universities quite different to food and accommodation, travel, studying, education entertainment, how much does it cost study in france? French tuition costs fixed by state all public universities, including universit grenoble alpes (uga). By the national rail company, sncf, is valid for one year and costs 50 12 mar 2015 direct enrollment a whopping eu437 (ab
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Discovery made beneath Antarctica's McMurdo Dry Valleys

Discovery made beneath Antarctica's McMurdo Dry Valleys

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Using a novel, helicopter-borne sensor to penetrate the surface of large swathes of terrain, a team of researchers supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF) has gathered compelling evidence that beneath Antarctica's ice-free McMurdo Dry Valleys lies a salty aquifer that may support previously unknown microbial ecosystems and retain evidence of ancient climate change. An airborne electromagnetic (AEM) sensor, called SkyTEM, mounted to the helicopter, allowed the team to discover that brines--salty water--form extensive aquifers below glaciers, lakes and within permanently frozen soils. The brines may also play an important role in contemporary biological processes in the Dry Valleys. "These unfrozen materials appear to be relics of past surface ecosystems and our findings provide compelling evidence that they now provide deep subsurface habitats for microbial life despite extreme environmental conditions," says the study's lead author Jill Mikucki, an assistant professor of microbiology at the University of Tennessee Knoxville. "We believe the application of novel below-ground visualization technologies can not only reveal hidden microbial habitats, but can also provide insight on glacial dynamics and how Antarctica responds to climate change." In addition to providing answers about the biological adaptations of previously unknown ecosystems that persist in the extreme cold and dark of the Antarctic winter, the new information could also help scientists to understand whether similar conditions might exist elsewhere in the solar system, specifically beneath the surface of Mars, which has similarities to the Dry Valleys. The team also found evidence that brines flow towards the Antarctic coast from roughly 18 kilometers (11 miles) inland, eventually discharging into the Southern Ocean, a biologically rich body of water that encircles Antarctica It is possible that nutrients from microbial weathering in these deep brines influence near-shore biological productivity in that ocean. However, the vast majority of Antarctica's coastal margins remain unexplored. This new survey highlights the importance of these sensitive interfaces. The research was published on April 28 in the open-access journal Nature Communications. Co-authors on the paper include researchers from the University of Tennessee, University of California-Santa Cruz, Dartmouth College, University of Illinois at Chicago, Louisiana State University, University of Wisconsin, Aarhus University in Denmark and Sorbonne Universites, UPMC University in France. The NSF-funded researchers were part of an international, interdisciplinary team that used the AEM sensor, which was developed at Aarhus University in Denmark, to produce extensive imagery of the subsurface of the coldest, driest desert on our planet, the McMurdo Dry Valleys. Using a helicopter to make the observations allowed large areas of rugged terrain to be surveyed very efficiently. The results shed new light on the history and evolution of the Dry Valley landscape, which, uniquely in the Antarctic is ice-free and which during the height of the southern summer has free flowing rivers and streams. The Dry Valleys also are home to briny lakes at the surface and beneath at least one of the glaciers that intrude into the Valleys. Overall, the Dry valleys ecosystem--intensely cold, very dry, and home only to microscopic animal and plant life--closely resembles, during the Antarctic summer, conditions on the surface on Mars. In addition to many other studies, the Dry Valleys are home to projects that are investigating how climate has changed over geologic time. The AEM team believes that the newly discovered brines harbor similar microbial communities persisting in the deep, cold dark aquifers.
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