PeopleSebastião Salgado, witness and protagonist of his time 17.06.2019
PeopleTribute to Jane Goodall 11.06.2019
PlanetWorld Environment Day: air quality, an issue for the future 05.06.2019
Good VibesKites – so much more than child’s play ! 28.06.2019
DiscoveryWorld first: a hollow propeller blade produced by 3D printing! 14.06.2019
DiscoveryThe Maldives, a paradise to preserve 24.06.2019
Sebastião Salgado, witness and protagonist of his time 17.06.2019
Tribute to Jane Goodall 11.06.2019
World Environment Day: air quality, an issue for the future 05.06.2019
Kites – so much more than child’s play ! 28.06.2019
World first: a hollow propeller blade produced by 3D printing! 14.06.2019
The Maldives, a paradise to preserve 24.06.2019
Welcome Into life!
Like the propeller, Into Life invites you to enter the whirlwind of topical news issues, examine the major challenges of the 21st century close up and share a vision: that of a connected and open world that is innovative and adaptable, ethical and supportive, ready to face great technological, environmental and societal challenges. A world that guarantees the mobility of goods and people all over the world, that promotes the development of local economies and the opening-up of isolated areas, a world in which human beings and the future of the planet are core concerns.
Ah, the old-fashioned charm of flying kites on the beach! To celebrate the arrival of summer, let's take a closer look at an object we're all familiar with, although we may not know all its uses; an object that's appreciated as much for its beauty as for its aerodynamic performance.See more
On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Musée de l'Homme in Paris is hosting an exhibition of the work of French-Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado entitled Déclarationsas part of the En droits ! season celebrating human rights.See more
The Faroe Archipelago, located halfway between Iceland and Norway, is one of the best preserved places on the planet and it hopes to stay that way! Ten of the Archipelago's key sites were closed on 26th and 27th April 2019 for ecological maintenance and spring cleaning. A radical and unprecedented preventive measure for better cohabitation between ecology and tourism.