Cedric Villani, a professor at the Ecole Normale Superieure in Lyon and the head of the Institut Henri Poincare, will make his way to Korea later this month to attend the International Congress of Mathematicians (ICM) from Aug. 13 to Aug. 21. Held ... Joins.com, 3 weeks ago
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«Back to news items Tuesday 05 August 2014 Researchers have discovered that humans and chimpanzees have something in common when it comes to adopting infants. New research, carried out by University of St Andrews psychologists Dr Catherine ...University of St Andrews, 2 weeks ago
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Jaures was France's most famous socialist leader and deputy, a tenacious and passionate fighter for workers rights and against war, anti-Semitism, clericalism and colonialism. When you travel through France, there's one name that appears most ...Green Left Weekly, 1 month ago
India has a long and ancient mathematical tradition. The Sulvasutras, Vedic texts for the construction of ritual altars, contain a lot of geometrical results and constructions. These include a statement of the Pythagoras Theorem, an approximation to ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
stitutions from the field of science and technology, law and management to facilitate exchange of students and faculty members. The Ecolde de Formation des Barreaux institute signed agreements with Delhi's National Law School, West Bengal University ...Business Standard India, 1 month ago
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