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On June 7, 2019, during the international symposium on sustainable development hosted by l'X, Shenggen Fan, Marion Guillou, Markus Amann and Matthieu Coutière will discuss the effect of the growth of global population on ressources and ecosystems.
On June 7, 2019, during the international symposium on sustainable development hosted by l'X, Gérard Mourou, Camille Duprat, Philippe Drobinski and Bérengère Lebental will present the research conducted in their laboratories related to sustainable development.
On June 7, 2019, during the international symposium on sustainable development hosted by l'X, Jean Tirole, Anna Creti, Jean-Marc Jancovici and Benoît Leguet will discuss the effect of climate change on our economic system and its transition.
Institut Polytechnique de Paris, encompassing École Polytechnique, ENSTA Paris, ENSAE Paris, Télécom Paris and Télécom SudParis has now been officially established by government decree. Its aim is to become a world-class science and technology institute.
On June 7, 2019, during the international symposium on sustainable development hosted by l'X, Valérie Masson-Delmotte, Michal Kurtyka and Scott Barret will cross their viewpoints on global warming and its impacts.
Stefanie Stantcheva, an alum of École Polytechnique and professor at Harvard University, received the Best Young Economist of France Award for the year 2019, presented by Le Monde and Le Cercle des économistes. The prize was given in recognition of her outstanding research into the effects of tax reforms.
Challenges recently published its ranking of the 100 best start-ups to invest in for 2019. 13 companies on the list were founded by École Polytechnique alumni, or accelerated or incubated at the institution.
Michel Koenig, a CNRS researcher at the École Polytechnique Intense Lasers Laboratory (LULI), was recently awarded a prize for the quality of his research conducted jointly with researchers from Osaka University and National Central University, Taiwan.
Researchers at École Polytechnique's Organic Synthesis Laboratory have synthesized a natural molecule known as radulanin A, from a species of moss. The molecule’s herbicidal properties are similar to those found in the controversial product, glyphosate.
Researchers at the École Polytechnique Center for Research in Economics and Statistics have been looking into the yellow vests, their history and their protest locations, in order to identify the movement’s origins and map out the online and offline activity of its followers.
On April 17, 2019, École Polytechnique and the City of Paris entered into a partnership to support the city’s Climate Plan. The purpose of this collaboration is to conduct an economic evaluation of the policies and measures implemented in pursuit of the objectives of the Climate Plan.