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04.09.2015Les avions du futur Pour s'adapter à une fin prochaine du pétrole, de nouveaux concepts d'avions sont à l'étude, et certains sont assez loin de ceux qu'on est habitués à voir voler aujourd'hui... Tout d'abord, Progress Eagle, d'une envergure de 100 mètres,capable de transporter 800 personnes sans aucune pollution grâce à ses panneau solaires et ses 6 moteurs à hydrogène qui ne rejettent que de la vapeur d'eau. Mais le projet le plus futuriste est certainement CleanEra, conçu par l'université technologique de Delft et qui fait carrément penser à un OVNI... Enfin, Aircruise n'est pas vraiment un avion mais plutôt une sorte de dirigeable destiné à être un hotel volant. Connectez-vous pour ajouter un commentaire 16.05.2015A la recherche de la planète de Mr Spock Tous les fans de Star Trek connaissent Vulca, la planète des Vulcains et de Mr Spock. Le futur télescope spatial SIM sera bientôt en mesure de détecter les planètes de 40 Eridani A. 05.04.2015La maison du futur Plus d'infos Related:  Système agroalimentaire & Innovation

Global Trends 2030: Alternative Worlds Dear Reader: Global Trends 2030: Alternative Worlds is the th installment in the National IntelligenceCouncil’s series aimed at providing a ramework or thinking about the uture. As with previouseditions, we hope that this report will stimulate strategic thinking by identiying critical trends andpotential discontinuities. We distinguish between megatrends, those actors that will likely occur under any scenario, and game-changers, critical variables whose trajectories are ar less certain.Finally, as our appreciation o the diversity and complexity o various actors has grown, we haveincreased our attention to scenarios or alternative worlds we might ace. Global Trends 2030. This volume starts with a look back at the our previous Global Trends reports. The blog had over 140 posts and over 200 comments. Global Trends 2030 is seen elsewhere, wehave detailed the reactions o our international experts to the initial drat in a special box ollowingthe introduction.

Les Archéologues de la POP culture ! Future Work Skills 2020 about the … ISIU FR h FUUR The Institute for the Future (IFTF) is an independent, nonprot strategicresearch group with more than 40 years of forecasting experience. UIRSI F PhIx RSARCh ISIU The University of Phoenix Research Institute conducts scholarlyresearch on working learners, higher education, and industry to improveeducational outcomes and promote a more prepared workforce.The University of Phoenix Research Institute sponsored this piece ofresearch to increase understanding of the skills workers will need overthe next decade in a technologically advanced and changing world. Authr: Anna Davies, Devin Fidler, Marina Gorbis Creatve Drectn: Jean Hagan Prductn Edtr: Lisa Mumbach Desgn and Prductn: Karin Lubeck, Jody Radzik ©2011 Institute for the Future for University of Phoenix Research Institute.

R'lyehian - CthulhuWiki R'lyehian is a fictional language created by H.P. Lovecraft and appears in many of his stories. It is named in Through the Gates of the Silver Key. Written Language R'lyehian is written in R'lyeh Glyphs, a hieroglyphic lettering system which was brought to earth by the spawn of Cthulhu. It has been described as consisting horizontal word bars that the letters hang down from. Examples Randolph Carter discovered an ancient parchment written in R'lyehian which he left untranslated after he disappeared in 1928. Many cases exist of humans listening to R'lyehian. It is often described as very guttural and sounds inhuman when heard aloud. R'lyehian to English Dictionary As extracted from the Yog-Sothoth Forums. An unofficial guide to R'lyehian (sometimes called Cthuvian) The works of horror writer H.P. HPL also provided translations of several fragments. A Note about Grammar: Unlike Earthly languages, R'lyehian makes no distinction between nouns, verbs, adjectives, and other parts of speech.

De la Fourche à la Fourchette (Agriculture Agroalimentaire) Le blog du Grand Ordre de la Serviette Trade and Environment Review 2013 Developing and developed countries alike need a paradigm shift in agricultural development: from a "green revolution" to a "truly ecological intensification" approach. This implies a rapid and significant shift from conventional, monoculture-based and high external-input-dependent industrial production towards mosaics of sustainable, regenerative production systems that also considerably improve the productivity of small-scale farmers. We need to see a move from a linear to a holistic approach in agricultural management, which recognizes that a farmer is not only a producer of agricultural goods, but also a manager of an agro-ecological system that provides quite a number of public goods and services (e.g. water, soil, landscape, energy, biodiversity, and recreation) UNCTAD's Trade and Environment Review 2013 (TER13) contends. TER13 highlights that the required transformation is much more profound than simply tweaking the existing industrial agricultural system.

Les Internettes Forsight Eu Agrifood Sector Europe INNOVA Sectoral Innovation Watch Detailed insights into sectoral innovation performance are essential for the development of effective innovationpolicy at regional, national and European levels. A fundamental question is to what extent and why innovationperformance differs across sectors. SIW Coordination: TNO Carlos Montalvo (carlos.montalvo@tno.nl) Annelieke van der Giessen(annelieke.vandergiessen@tno.nl)Central to the work of the Sectoral Innovation Watch is analysing trends in, and reporting on, innovationperformance in nine sectors (Task 1). Sector Innovation Performance: foresight of sectoral innovation challenges and opportunities (Task 2) aims at identifying markets andtechnologies that may have a disruptive effect in the nine sectors in the future, as well as extracting challengesand implications for European companies and public policy. Sector Innovation Foresight: Role of markets and policy/regulation on sectoral patterns of innovation: . (Task 5). Horizontal reports

Intelligent Agrifood Chains and Networks Food has a fundamental position in society, ensuring health, happiness and political stability. Consequently, the management of food chains and networks is one of the most important aspects of the modern food industry. Yet food is difficult to handle along long supply chains, with a limited... Food has a fundamental position in society, ensuring health, happiness and political stability. Intelligent Agrifood Chains and Networks offers a timely discussion of the current state of food logistics, and indicates the major ICT problems that can occur during production, warehousing, transportation and retailing. The book is directed at academics, researchers, and students seeking the necessary background in terms of the interplay between the food supply chain and ICT.

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