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Celebrating Antarctica: climate change, biodiversity, and science
Antarctica is one of the most untouched and remote regions left on our planet. As our fifth largest continent, this unique area contains almost 90% of the world’s ice and is home to some incredible animals and plants.
Oct 25, 2022
Annie Ernaux, French feminist who uses language as ‘a knife’, wins Nobel Prize for Literature
Annie Ernaux was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature on October 6, she is the first French woman to win the Nobel Prize in Literature since 1901. Read the article by Prof. Véronique Duché to learn more about 'The Mother of Sociological Fiction' and her works.
Aug 24, 2022
L’Intelligence artificielle : des robots au service des personnes isolées
Écoutez l'entretien de Cédric Buche, spécialiste de l’interface Homme-machine, du laboratoire IRL Crossing d’Adelaide, et lauréat de la Robocup 2022 qui présentera le travail de son équipe lors de la Nuit des Idées du 25 Aout.
Aug 16, 2022
Celebrating women in science: Marie Curie
On the occasion of Australian Science Week, AFRAN and the Embassy of France in Australia will be organising a free event celebrating women in science. The conference will be followed by the screening of Marie Noëlle's Marie Curie, read on to learn more about this historic yet ageless film.