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The contemporary globalisations world is supposed to be moving, evoluating, metamorphosing more than at any previous historical period. But its accelerated mutations are not the simple consequence of technological, economical, informational globalisation. They are above all thoughts, dreamed, represented, then carried by philosophy, litterature, arts, sciences. The world is not only "in mutation" : it is also and foremost "in creations", in every dimension of this concept of creations. This item is aimed at revealing this permanent work of (re)creation, which is one of the most positive aspect of "globalisation".
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Mixing science and art to make the truth more interesting than lies

Author : Timothy Caulfield / The Conversation
Science communication can be a tough game. There is so much noise — and misinformation — circulating in popular culture that it can be difficult to create a message that resonates.
This danger of misinformation is particularly true in the sphere of health, where celebrities and pseudoscience-embracing health gurus seem to dominate public discourse. Indeed, we live in world where Katy Perry has 110 million followers on Twitter, and the World Health Organization has 4.5 million.

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