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#International

Six École Polytechnique students were awarded scholarships and invited to take part in the Tsinghua International Summer School that takes place from July 16th to July 27th in Tsinghua University in Beijing.

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#Award

Seven École Polytechnique Master’s students were awarded the Make Our Planet Great Again scholarship that will enable them to achieve their academic and professional goals in the environmental field and enroll in l’X Master’s programs.

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#Research

The project “PIONEER,” the aim of which is to train experts in CO2 recycling by plasma, won European financing from the 2018-2020 “Marie Sklodowska-Curie actions” program. Olivier Guaitella, CNRS researcher in the Laboratory of Plasma Physics will be PIONEER’s scientific coordinator.

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#Research

On the occasion of a conference held in Israel on June 27-28, 2018, l’X, CNRS and ENSTA ParisTech, joint initiators and backers of the Laboratory of Applied Optics, and the Weizmann Institute signed a Memorandum of Understanding to develop and promote cooperation in research initiatives.

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Carrie Lam, Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government, accompanied by Nicholas Yang, Secretary for Innovation and Technology, and Edward Yau, Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development, visited l’X on June 19th, 2018.

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Chez les plantes, les canaux donnent le rythme
#Research

While it is obvious that plants adapt their growth to the wind, the mechanisms of wind perception still need to be elucidated. In their study, Jean-Marc Allain, Jean-Marie Frachisse and Bruno Moulia, highlight a receptor that transduces movement induced by the wind into an electrical signal at the cellular level.

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SMOG2 © 2020 CERN, Noemi Caraban Gonzalez
#Research

A gas target called SMOG2 was installed at CERN this summer and will allow the LHCb detector to record new heavy ion collisions in order to better understand quarks and gluons plasma and the strong interaction. The Leprince Ringuet Laboratory, the precursor of this physics program, will be at the forefront of these studies.

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portrait of Mercedes
#Research

Mercedes Pelegrín García, a young researcher from the “Integrated Urban Mobility” Chair, has been awarded by two renowned international societies on Operational Research. These prizes are awarded for her PhD dissertation and her trajectory as a young researcher.

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#Recherche

The inclusion of people with disabilities in co-creation processes is very rare. However, research by Estelle Peyrard and Cécile Chamaret suggests the relevance of HSPs for the development of a universal product that can be used by all and highlights the good practices to be respected.

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