Scientific fraud, long downplayed or even denied, is now taken very seriously and has prompted a global response at all levels of research. Our special report investigates the causes, extent, and consequences of this shameful dysfunction of science, as well as the measures being implemented to eradicate it.
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CNRS International Magazine - No.36 - Winter 2015 – The Ongoing Battle against Fraud CNRS International Magazine - No.35 - Fall 2014 - Could Gas be the Energy of Transition?
Could gas, the least polluting fossil fuel, perform the transition between the forthcoming exhaustion of oil and the slow development of renewable energy? Our special report makes an inventory of world reserves and new techniques to extract them, and investigates the biogas alternative.
CNRS International Magazine - No.34 - July 2014 - The Amazing World of Crystals
2014 celebrates a science that has taken an important place in our daily lives in just 100 years: crystallography. How are crystal structures determined? How does this knowledge translate into applications? Our special report takes you to the amazing world of crystals, one of which, in particular, has magic properties: graphene.
CNRS international magazine - No.37 - Spring 2015 – Life on the Margins of the World
Whether for refugees, displaced populations or migrants, camps are a new feature of global society. Renowned expert and author Michel Agier details the many complex facets of a phenomenon that affects some 20 million people worldwide.