Interview with Sandra Einerhand, former Scientific Program Director at Danone and Explorer at Presans
Sandra Einerhand is passionate about science and innovation and likes to assist customers by bringing their products to market more efficiently, more sustainably, with benefits based on science, and with a clear story of enduring success.
A perspective of the progress of humanity both dystopian and surprising by the philosopher Clement Vidal.
Our Optical Fellow Philippe Aubourg, former President of the Société Française d’Optique, talks about the career of Gérard Mourou, Nobel Prize in Physics 2018.
If I had another life, I would like to live the fascinating and heroic life of explorer and scientist Fridtjof Nansen.
If history is not reduced to the action of great men, it would be illusory to try to understand it without being interested in them.
"Who are your heroes?" — This is a question I never fail to ask in an interview. Some people like the question, some don't. Why do I always ask it? First of all, the hero question is always a meta-question. Beyond any list of names, the way in which we relate to this...
Up to the early 1970s, our vision of the future was optimistic. Mankind, divided into two rival neo-European empires, was on track to build the titanic extension into space of its terrestrial habitat. This configuration proved unstable in the sense defined...
At Presans, we like the idea of commandos. It captures a vital aspect of project-oriented management. When you think about it, everything great starts that way: the seminal force of a tightly-bonded team is a creative act we can witness in all historical moments of...