Naval Group has inaugurated MCM Lab and Cyber ​​Lab in Brussels

The inaugural ceremony was held at the premises of Naval Group Belgium in Brussels ( – Late April, Naval Group Inaugurated MCM Lab and Cyber ​​Lab, Has built collaborative research laboratories within its subsidiary Naval Group Belgium. Labs bring together Belgian and European institutional, industrial and academic partners to develop tomorrow’s innovations In Field of … Read more

What is Dravet Syndrome? Can we cure it?

Specialist: Dr. Wilfrid Casseron, Neurologist Affects children from the first month of life, Dravet syndrome a Severe and severely disabled illness. It is manifested by regular epilepsy, significant developmental delays, and major learning disabilities. Explained by Dr. Wilfried Casseren, neurologist. Definition of Dravet syndrome “This particular syndrome was first described by Dr. Charlotte DravetIn the … Read more

The risk is to miss it

To begin with, it is essential to eliminate some of the misconceptions that have been avoided in the vicinity of Industry 4.0. No, the remarkable advances in technology applied in industry are not reserved for large groups and multinationals. Bpifrance’s startup and industry SME plans, for example, are dedicated to new French industry players. No, … Read more

Should monthly leave be introduced in France?

“This is a false good idea” Karin Hirsch, Professional equality expert, director of the consulting firm Axiso, vice-president of the equality laboratory I have many questions about this. On the one hand, it is very good because we are finally concerned about it. I find it admirable that young feminists have succeeded in bringing this … Read more

Asset Management – The inevitable digitization of AMCs

The use of digital tools is becoming widespread in all business sectors, especially in finance. In an industry where regulatory limitations are increasing and customer knowledge is required to offer vehicles that adapt to risk profile and expectations, digital tools have become essential. The trend has intensified in recent months following the health crisis. Lockdowns … Read more

Social Security helps reduce child labor (ILO / UNICEF)

The Role of Social Security in Eliminating Child Labor: Evidence and Policy Impact Review, Presents the results of several studies conducted since 2010 that show how social protection – by helping families cope with economic or health shocks – reduces child labor and facilitates schooling. However, little progress has been made in ensuring that all … Read more

Covid test is no longer mandatory for vaccinated passengers

Although the country is still classified as “orange”, PCR or antigen testing is no longer mandatory for travelers with a complete immunization schedule. Arrangements to go there will be effective from February 15. Although many voices are being raised in Tunisia to criticize the gradual disappearance of checks and balances, the formality of entry is … Read more

Defamation suit Amber Hard wanted to divorce Johnny Depp because he feared for his life

(Fairfax) Amber Hard on Monday urged Johnny Depp to “leave her alone” by condemning “torture” for reviving domestic violence during a defamation suit brought by her ex-husband. United States. Updated May 16 Amel Semache with Cyril Julian in Washington France Media Agency The 36-year-old actress explained in a Fairfax, Virginia, court near Washington that “every … Read more