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Le Collège-Lycée Cévenol International - Notable Alumni and Faculty
... and judge, elected a member of the Académie des Sciences Morales et Politiques in 1991 Jean-Jacques Bourdin (1949- ) writer and sports journalist Jean-Louis Cheminée (1937–2003) geologist and ... Manglesdorf Professor of Natural Sciences at Harvard University, elected in 2003 to the U.S ... National Academy of Sciences Jean Hatzfeld (1949- ) journalist and novelist, winner of the Prix Décembre in 1994, the Prix Femina Essay prize in 2003, and the Prix Médicis literary prize in ...
Paul Sabatier University - See Also
... Grandes écoles Écoles centrales Lille Lyon Marseille Nantes Paris Instituts nationaux des sciences appliquées Lyon Rennes Rouen Strasbourg Toulouse Universités de ...
University Of The South, Toulon-Var - See Also
... Grandes écoles Écoles centrales Lille Lyon Marseille Nantes Paris Instituts nationaux des sciences appliquées Lyon Rennes Rouen Strasbourg Toulouse Universités de technologie Belfort-Montbéliard Compiègne ...
Microsoft Award
... The Royal Society and Académies des sciences Microsoft Award was an annual award given by the Royal Society and the Académie des sciences to scientists working in Europe who had made a major ... contribution at the intersection of computing and the sciences covering Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences, Mathematics and Engineering ... the importance of interdisciplinary research at the interface of science and computing for advancing scientific boundaries, as well as the importance of investing in European scientists to give Europe a ...
Les Neuf Sœurs
... in 1776, was a prominent French Masonic Lodge of the Grand Orient de France that was influential in organising French support for the American Revolution ... A "Société des Neuf Sœurs," a charitable society that surveyed academic curricula, had been active at the Académie Royale des Sciences since 1769 ... of Mnemosyne/Memory, patrons of the arts and sciences since antiquity, and long significant in French cultural circles ...

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    The great end of all human industry is the attainment of happiness. For this were arts invented, sciences cultivated, laws ordained, and societies modelled, by the most profound wisdom of patriots and legislators. Even the lonely savage, who lies exposed to the inclemency of the elements and the fury of wild beasts, forgets not, for a moment, this grand object of his being.
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