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French President Emmanuel Macron will award U.S. climate scientists with grants to conduct research in France for the remainder of President Trump’s current presidential term.
The awarding of the grants comes as the Trump administration has proposed slashing federal science budgets and has dropped out of the Paris climate accord.
The OECD has just released a comprehensive report on Science, Technology and Industry for 2017. So how is France doing?
COOPETIC-Recherche, a platform supporting scientists selling their research skills and knowledge to academic and industry clients.
President Emmanuel Macron’s 2018 draft budget would raise research funds by 6%.
Researchers had complained about proposal review process, success rates.
President said ‘Make Our Planet Great Again’ — and researchers signed up.
Macron's promise to ring fence university funding did not last two months, says the National Union of Higher Education.
Michel Aubier downplayed the health risks of air pollution while on oil company Total's payroll
Emmanuel Macron, President of France invites all responsable citizens to come to France in order to Make Our Planet Great Again and work on climate change.
The party of France’s recently elected president won an absolute majority in its first general elections, with an agenda that included strong support for research.
Government offers 4-year grants worth up to €1.5million
Molecular geneticist and university administrator Frédérique Vidal is France’s new minister for higher education, research, and innovation.
Researchers await detailed policies while applauding his defeat of Le Pen
Scientific community calls on voters not to support the candidate of the National Front
Threat of a far-right president galvanizes researchers to put politics first.
Popular leader will be forced to retire at 65 — but senior staff have other ideas.
Lack of opportunities and local hiring practices have stopped many French scientists from returning to their homeland.
A law that aimed to stimulate the creation of spin-offs hasn't had much effect.
Institute board snuffs out Christian Bréchot’s hopes for a second term.