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Iran deal decertified: Trump disavows nuclear agreement without walking away from it

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The profiles of exceptional women scientists, rewarded for their work and their amazing discoveries that will one day change our everyday lives. Every Sunday at 2.15 pm Paris time.

Latest update : 2017-04-10

Nicola Spaldin: The pioneer behind multiferroics

At 48, Nicola Spaldin, an American scientist at ETH Zurich, pioneers research into multiferroics and the creation of new materials with as-yet-unknown applications.

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2017-06-29 diseases

Brazilian geneticist Mayana Zatz, tracking rare diseases

For 50 years this Brazilian geneticist, founder of the Human Genome Center in Sao Paulo, has been tracking rare genetic disorders that destroy muscles. She and her team have...

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2017-06-15 AIDS

Quarraisha Abdool Karim, helping South African women fight AIDS

In South Africa, a country ravaged by AIDS, this epidemiologist of Indian origin has made HIV prevention her daily struggle - in particular on behalf of those women who are most...

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2017-05-31 health

French neurobiologist Brigitte Kieffer, unlocking the secrets of the brain

Based in Montreal, this French neurobiologist is a leading specialist of the human brain. Her challenge is to unlock the secrets of our most complex organ with a view to one day...

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2017-05-19 science

Lebanese prodigy Niveen Khabshab revolutionises cancer treatment

This young Lebanese researcher, who works at the KAUST scientific centre in Saudi Arabia, is busy revolutionising cancer treatment with nanoparticles capable of destroying only...

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2017-05-08 science

British physicist Michelle Simmons, the 'quantum queen'

As the era of big data demands ever more powerful computers, this British researcher living in Australia intends to make the first commercially available quantum computer,...

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