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Brain drain: Europe strikes back
18th April 2017
Many European scientists have moved to the United States over the years. These days, the continent is mobilizing to keep top talents at home and boost regional competitivity. Technologist takes a look in its latest issue.
27th January 2017
Lighting, efficiency, new means of communication... Will these make night disappear? The magazine Hémisphères delves into the world of night in its twelfth edition.
Smart food and artificial intelligence
16th January 2017
Technologist explores the role of science in food and the challenges of artificial intelligence.
Launching a new travel guidebook
29th November 2016
LargeNetwork is partnering with the bookstore Sérendipité for a first crowdfunding campaign and the publication of the book Pages, a new type of guide featuring up-and-coming locations in big cities.
FLAT, a new interior design magazine
21st November 2016
LargeNetwork has created a new magazine focused on the habitat, including tours of inspiring apartments, ideas for layouts and go-to addresses. For sale in newsstands.
The age of informed patients
16th November 2016
In Vivo looks at the risks of online diagnosis and “cyberchondria”.
How scientific research takes its clues from nature
4th October 2016
The European science magazine takes a look at the animals – insects, sharks or even sponges – and natural processes inspiring today’s innovators.
Engineers and doctors join hands
18th August 2016
The health science magazine In Vivo details the increasingly valuable collaboration between doctors and engineers.
The science of sports
7th July 2016
The magazine Technologist explores the new frontiers of athletic performance
Hémisphères: “a compelling magazine”
5th July 2016
The latest issue has accumulated much praise, proving the risk-taking has paid off.
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