EXPLORING AND BUILDING TOMORROW'S ORGANIZATIONS
Disruptive biotechnological innovations are here and are evolving rapidly, driven by obvious but also hidden proactive strategies.
COVID-19 reveals Western vulnerabilities and this crisis will lead to an update of our health systems.
Bernard Favre, Fellow Presans in charge of mobility, tells us about the inventor of the Segway, the excellent and impertinent Dean Kamen.
News from the front line of the mobility war between hydrogen and batteries: the triumphant march sometimes lent to the evolution of the battery-powered vehicle is premature.
With its recent stock market successes, Tesla presents more than ever a challenge to the European automotive industry. What are the avenues identified a year ago in the Mosquet-Pélata report to meet this challenge?
“In your opinion, what discovery, technology, event, person or organization in the last decade best represents the values of excellence and impertinence?” – Here are the answers from our ecosystem.
Why it was almost inevitable that PRESANS would start organizing events.
The excellence and impertinence of the 2010s can also be found in the disruptions brought by the Internet. And the disruptive potential of this technological system seems far from exhausted.
An outline of the dynamics within the world of industrial innovation in the years 2010, as an introduction to our new white paper on scientific and technological expertise.
Interview with Bernard Favre, Fellow Presans expert on the theme of mobility, about human-machine interfaces.
A quick look at the upheaval of human-machine interaction systems in the automotive sector.
A few points of reference on the subject of human-machine interaction, a technological field which, from automobiles to video games, is developing at a rapid pace.
Skin care is being revolutionized by instrumental cosmetics.