Neuroscience in schools: Between a mirage and a miracle
In the 2000s educational neuroscience was regarded by some as a tool capable of revolutionizing schools Twenty years later the field may not have lived up to all its promises but it remains a relevant resource for providing scientific validation to some educational practices
Barbara Cassin: “We must resist the globalization of languages”
Each language carries a singular vision of the world explains French philosopher Barbara Cassin who defines translation as a knowhow for dealing with differences
Ethical fashion: A rising trend or empty rhetoric?
Driven by the awareness of a growing number of consumers the fashion industry is trying with varying degrees of sincerity to be more virtuous and more sustainable But in spite of initiatives to improve recycling promote exchanges and the range of rental options on offer progress to make this highly polluting sector go green remains modest