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France Info is historically the leading news radio in France. It is the first European radio to have a website, inaugurated in 1962.
On August 24, 2016, France Info became a global information site in continuity, following the merger of the activities of the radio with the site France TV Info, with the support of France Télévisions, Ina and France Médias Monde. On this occasion, the charter is reviewed and a new radio schedule is announced for August 29 in connection with the France Info television channel created on September 1st.
Joint Research Unit of the CNRS created in 2002 and whose two university supervisors are the Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS) and the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS), the Jean-Nicod Institute is a cognitive science laboratory composed of about a hundred members, half of whom are PhD students, the other half made up of CNRS researchers (about fifteen), teacher-researchers and post-docs.
Sales of electric cars is on growth ever since 2009, but are these vehicles an alternate in par with the petrol or diesel vehicles? Let your creativity act out and illustrate through pictures what revolves our everyday life with pollution: could be new power sources, or new found materials or inventions. Don’t also avoid to tell on the dark side of the seemingly good, from new environmental disasters to almost non recyclable materials.
Are electric cars really less polluting? This question will be the topic of an episode of IDÉES CLAIRES, a new show by France Culture and franceinfo. This series of shows offer to decode scientific hypothesis, or some priori, or realities and surrealities that are centric of today's preoccupations. Wipplay joins with the show to launch out a collection of images resonating each theme of the series. A selection of images will be released during each episode and in recap on franceculture.fr and franceinfo.fr