The World Health Organization predicts that between 2015 and 2050, the proportion of the world's population over 60 years old will nearly double.
Out of the world’s 6000+ languages only a small fraction currently enjoys the benefits of modern information technologies.
Health systems in developing countries are confronted with the coexistence of undernutrition along with chronic diseases such as obesity and diabetes, while greater exposure to globalization shapes
Since the Industrial Revolution, nearly 90% of the excess heat trapped by greenhouse gasses and around half of the carbon released by humans have entered the ocean.
The rise of obesity in childhood is a concern in both Europe and North America.
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Malaria is an infectious disease caused by a parasite of the type Plasmodium. It is widely distributed throughout sub-tropical regions and is still a leading cause of child mortality worldwide.
Cardiac diseases take the lives of 17.7 million people every year.
Term and preterm newborns undergo a significant number of painful procedures during mechanical ventilation and intensive care.
In my project, I study the modes of production of agronomic knowledge within research programs that were established by the U.S.
Anthropological research has shown that people suffering with psychotic disorders tend to pay selective attention to their auditory hallucinations according to their sociocultural background: their
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In reinforcement learning (RL), an area of machine learning, automated agents are trained by learning algorithms to interact with their environment. For example, RL me
My project aims at studying how work is allocated among members of Parliament (MPs) in France. Who discuss and make economic and fiscal policies among MPs?
In this project I seek to further analyze the impact of immigration and the recent refugee crisis on voting behavior, public spending and general economic well-being in Europe.
Oxygen first appeared in the Earth’s atmosphere approximately two billion years ago, during the “Great Oxygenation Event”, setting the stage for the evolution of
I developed a model to understand protein-RNA subject interactions.
I worked in a research lab under France’s National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM) in Paris. I was assigned a Ph.D.