CNRS International Magazine - No.35 - Fall 2014 - Could Gas be the Energy of Transition?

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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.

Also in this issue, looking at diseases from a Darwinian point of view; how advances in imaging techniques help elucidate the functioning of the brain; attention, a new economic commodity; a portrait of chemist Clément Sanchez, recipient of the 2014 Eni Protection of the Environment Prize; using Raman spectroscopy to analyze ancient works of art; a successful French-Chinese collaboration on landscape dynamics; analysis of trace elements in the North Atlantic through the GEOVIDE mission; and much more…

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