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Comment calculer un pourcentage

by rubenxela
Savoir calculer le pourcentage d'un nombre est une composante fondamentale de nombreux aspects de la vie. Par exemple, vous pouvez avoir besoin de savoir comment calculer le pourcentage pour effectuer un paiement pour une voiture ou déterminer l'acompte pour une maison. Le calcul des pourcentages est également important dans les affaires et est utilisé dans divers contextes professionnels, comme le calcul des impôts ou des augmentations de salaire. Dans cet article, nous examinons ce qu'est un pourcentage, comment calculer les différentes composantes d'un pourcentage et les types de pourcentages.


Les Annales de la Recherche Urbaine

by ChriMi
l'intégralité des articles sur Persée ! Publication du Plan - Urbanisme - Construction – Architecture, Les Annales de la recherche urbaine ont pour objectifs de faire connaître les recherches en sciences sociales sur la ville contemporaine et ce grâce à une vision pluridisciplinaire, à la fois théorique et de terrain, de chaque problème traité. Elle fait appel à toutes les disciplines des sciences sociales, construisant des numéros thématiques. L’illustration apportée par les auteurs ou par les agences photographiques contribue à ancrer le regard du lecteur dans la réalité évoquée par les textes.


It's Okay To Be Smart • Life as an Algorithm I just found an entire...

by sbrothier (via)
Life as an Algorithm I just found an entire Tumblr dedicated to GIFs created from Conway’s Game of Life algorithm. If you know about Conway’s GoL, then you understand why this is so cool. If you don’t know about it, well …


July 18, 1992: The First Photo Uploaded to the Web, of CERN’s All-Girl Science Rock Band | Brain Pickings

by sbrothier
You say you love me but you never beep me You always promise but you never date me I try to fax but it’s busy, always I try the network but you crash the gateways

New Super-Black, Light-Absorbing Material Looks Like a Hole in Reality | Singularity Hub

by sbrothier
Vantablack consists of a dense forest of carbon nanotubes—single atom carbon tubes 10,000 times thinner than a human hair—that drinks in 99.96% of all incoming radiation.

Meet the Father of Digital Life - Issue 14: Mutation - Nautilus

by sbrothier
Pixar cofounder Alvy Ray Smith says Barricelli influenced his earliest thinking about the possibilities for computer animation.

Biologic Models

by sbrothier
Welcome to Biologic Models!  We transform protein data into scientific models for use in continuing medical education. Doctors and healthcare professionals need access to up to date educational material in order to stay informed about the advancements of modern medicine. Biologic Models specializes in producing “physician-centric” educational products. Our 3D printed protein models visualize important medical breakthroughs, transforming the microscopic proteins that interact with drugs into scientific models large enough to hold in the palm of your hand.

BBC News - Film-makers challenged to make science compelling

by sbrothier (via)
Film-makers and scientists from around the world have gathered at the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (Cern) in Switzerland to find new ways of telling interactive stories about science. The five-day event, organised in conjunction with the Tribeca Film Institute, wanted to make science more accessible, revealing the stories that the public never knew existed or were hidden within data or scientific processes.

IT plays starring role at CineGlobe Film Festival | iSGTW

by sbrothier
Last month, the Tribeca Film Institute (TFI) organized a hackathon at CERN as part of the CineGlobe International Film Festival. The event saw filmmakers, artists, and storytellers descend upon Geneva, Switzerland, but also computer programmers, web developers, and videogame designers. The 42 participants from across the globe worked day and night to produce a range of exciting media works. Each team contained at least one member who could code and these skills were put to use to create games, apps, and other interactive experiences.

The solar panels of the future could be grown from bacteria - Quartz

by sbrothier
One day we could have conductive materials that grow, evolve, and self-repair. Researchers at MIT have taken the first steps to creating them. A new study (paywall) describes “living materials” that combine bacterial cells with nonliving materials that can conduct electricity and emit different colors of light. The study is just a proof-of-concept, but researchers say that future applications could include cheaper, more efficient solar panels and biosensors.

SOHO - Solar and Heliospheric Observatory Homepage

by plooki
SOHO, the Solar & Heliospheric Observatory, is a project of international collaboration between ESA and NASA to study the Sun from its deep core to the outer corona and the solar wind.


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