This is the second attack in a week The attack occurred at 6:30 pm on Saturday 4 February, in the bay of Anse-Vata. At around 6.30pm, a person was attacked while practising wing-foil in the bay of Anse-Vata. The victim was not...Read More
The Wolbachia bacterium succeeds in its mission. Dengue almost disappeared in 2022 The World Mosquito Program is a success. The principle is to release mosquitoes carrying the Wolbachia bacterium into the wild. These mosquitoes...Read More
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A prize for a mathematics professor from the University of Caledonia
Mathematics teacher and researcher Silvère Bonnabel has been awarded the IMT - Académie des sciences Prix Espoir. The prize is awarded each year to a scientist under the age of 40 who has made a major innovation in the field of business. Silvère Bonnabel has developed mathematical methods that have industrial applications in the field of navigation. His award is AUD 23 000.