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Access to millions of academic publications, a global scientific community & science news. We develop Polaris platforms for the promotion of research.
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#Cancer is a complex, ever-changing opponent and today’s treatments can come with severe side effects. Maybe what the field needs now is a shot of innovation. Two researchers recently described for journalists their efforts to treat cancer differently: one, by taking advantage of the special properties of gold, on a very tiny scale; the other, by striking at the heart of the normal cells that make tumor growth possible.
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Inattentional Blindness, our brain's automatic filter for things we notice and things we don't, may play a role in racism and social perception in Western culture. If confirmed, these results paint a picture of #racism as starting at a level even more fundamental than subconscious thought.
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It's the start of the Science Pops Open series! Meet a new researcher each week and learn how they tackle risks through their work, from cancer to climate change and depression to financial issues.

This week, Margot Cucchetti's speaking of her novative approach to fighting cancer:
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Claudia is leading the cell death team at the LBMCC lab, which studies the molecular and cellular biology of cancer. 
Her work deals in particular with the molecular characterization of the cell death pathways triggered by compounds of natural origin. 
Check her full profile and publications on the LBMCC's Polaris platform:
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Les débats science-société vous intéressent ?
Inscrivez-vous vite aux journées Science&You  pour bénéficier du tarif early bird !
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Edward has just commented on this publication on high ozone days in Atlanta metropolitan area.
Do you agree with his corroboration of Jeremy E. Diem's results? Come discuss on MyScienceWork!
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Next Space Tuesday is about the Swarm mission to study Earth's magnetic field!
Join us on Twitter with hashtag #CNESTweetup  from 7:30 Paris time!
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Rendez-vous mardi prochain à 19h30 au Café du Pont Neuf ou sur Twitter avec le hashtag #CNESTweetup  pour parler de la mission Swarm et du champ magnétique terrestre avec le +CNES !
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