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Latest update : 2011-11-18

The state of Polish sciences

One hundred years after Marie Curie received the novel price for chemistry, we’ll look at the state of Polish sciences.

Guests:

  • Jerzy PIELASZEK, Director, Scientific Centre of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Paris
  • Piotr SLECZKOWSKI, Polish PHD candidate, Paris VI

Show prepared by Marie Billon

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2018-05-19 European Commission

EU Commissioner Johannes Hahn: 'Either we export stability, or we import instability'

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2018-05-19 Hungary

From Italy to Cyprus via Hungary: A look back at key events in Europe

This week we're taking stock of the first half of the year in Europe. Already we've seen anti-system parties take power in Italy, Hungary's prime minister consolidate his grip on...

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2018-05-12 European Union

Guillaume Klossa on Europe's European Week

This has been a particularly European week for Europe. Wednesday marked the 68th anniversary of the very first moves towards a united Europe by Robert Schuman. On Thursday,...

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2018-05-12 referendum

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On May 25, Irish citizens will vote in a highly emotional referendum - one that could liberalise the right to abortion by repealing the Irish constitution's eighth amendment....

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2018-05-05 European Parliament

On a mission to 'Make Social Democracy Great Again': Top MEP Udo Bullmann

It's a tumultuous time for social democracy in Europe. In France, Germany and Italy, the traditional centre-left parties have been struggling in national elections, as populist...

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