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Transition énergétique : ce qu'il reste à faire

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Le Conseil national du débat sur la transition énergétique se réunit aujourd'hui pour discuter de 15 propositions annonciatrices d'une loi-cadre prévue pour l'automne. Parmi celles-ci, un tiers recommandent de mettre "l'efficacité énergétique au service de la compétitivité et d'une transition riche en emplois".

  

Est ainsi proposé un "grand programme national de rénovation thermique portant sur le bâti résidentiel et tertiaire", qui était déjà une promesse de campagne du candidat Hollande en 2012. En France, les bâtiments représentent en effet 44 % de la consommation d'énergie totale, principalement du fait du chauffage des habitations.
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Some Of The Best Gaming Parodies On The Web Are By A Kiwi Named Michael Shanks

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The Digital Rocking Chair's curator insight, July 21, 2013 10:25 PM


The Web is training our next generation of content makers ...


Logan Booker:  "If you don’t know the name “Michael Shanks”, you probably know his pseudonym “timtimfed”. And if you don’t know timtimfed, you’ve almost certainly seen one of his videos. Perhaps it was Max Payne leaping towards his toaster, or a Skyrim adventurer freezing time to loot the bodies of his fallen opponents. Whether you’ve watched one or all of them, we can all agree they’re ridiculously brilliant."

Дмитрий Аркас's curator insight, July 22, 2013 2:22 AM

Познавательное интервью крутого видеомейкера-любителя...

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Expérience de mort imminente: des experts exposent une nouvelle ... - TVQC

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PHP 5.5.1 released

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Inspiration | Outstanding Art By 9 of the Best Street Artists

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The term street-art, or post-graffiti is used to distinguish public space artwork from territorial graffiti, and/or vandalism, and street-art usually conveys a message about socially relevant themes.

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Oracle’s New Magazine Targets Readers in Engineering and Construction (Enterprise Project Portfolio Management (EPPM) )

Blogs.Oracle.Com - Enterprise Project Portfolio Management (EPPM) (Oracle's New Magazine Targets Readers in Engineering and Construction http://t.co/3lJkcsazD5)...

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It's Rare That The Daily Show Slips Out Of Satire And Into Anger. This Is One Of Those Times.

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"The Daily Show" wants to rename Florida. I think their name rings far, far truer.

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Greg Russak's curator insight, July 19, 2013 6:44 PM

Sums it up rather well, I think.

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Nature Genetics: The wheat powdery mildew genome shows the unique evolution of an obligate biotroph (2013)

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Wheat powdery mildew, Blumeria graminis forma specialis tritici, is a devastating fungal pathogen with a poorly understood evolutionary history. Here we report the draft genome sequence of wheat powdery mildew, the resequencing of three additional isolates from different geographic regions and comparative analyses with the barley powdery mildew genome. Our comparative genomic analyses identified 602 candidate effector genes, with many showing evidence of positive selection. We characterize patterns of genetic diversity and suggest that mildew genomes are mosaics of ancient haplogroups that existed before wheat domestication. The patterns of diversity in modern isolates suggest that there was no pronounced loss of genetic diversity upon formation of the new host bread wheat 10,000 years ago. We conclude that the ready adaptation of B. graminis f.sp. tritici to the new host species was based on a diverse haplotype pool that provided great genetic potential for pathogen variation.


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Travelling around India to find different species of owls

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Travelling arround india to find different species and the spotting destinations of owls. Read more.

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Des tomates plein le toit - Ajouter de la culture dans la ville

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Loin d’une utopie alimentée par quelques illuminés, l’agriculture urbaine gagne en popularité depuis quelques années. Pour certains, il s’agit simplement de faire pousser des aliments frais dont ils contrôlent la qualité.

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Ritaline : attention les enfants !

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La Ritaline, qui est prescrite pour soigner l’hyperactivité chez les enfants de 6 ans et plus, fait désormais l’objet de mesures de pharmacovigilance et d’addictovigilance renforcées de la part des autorités sanitaires. Le médicament serait en effet à l’origine d’abus et d’effets secondaires aujourd’hui minimisés.

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Vintage Salt & Pepper Shakers Dogs Puppies Celluloid Plastic Excellent!

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This set is in excellent condition.
Stamped Hong Kong in the back.
This set was probably made in the 50's or possibly 60's.
Made of celluloid plastic.
Stoppers are intact.
They are about 3" high.
They show only a very...

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Alzheimer : travailler plus longtemps limite les risques

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RECHERCHE - Repousser l'âge de la retraite réduirait les risques de développer un Alzheimer, selon une étude de l'Inserm présentée lundi 15 juillet à Boston.

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An Outstanding Internet Safety Cheat Sheet for Teachers and Parents

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Internet is like a jungle full of predators ready to take you down anytime you give them a chance. Strolling in this jungle sometimes comes with a very high cost, a cost that is way higher when it comes to kids.


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11 Health Benefits of Cinnamon

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The health benefits of cinnamon are nothing short of astonishing. Here are eleven reasons cinnamon should be prized among your spices.

 

Cinnamon can reduce belly fat! Yes! That is what I said.


Cinnamon is one of the oldest spices known to man. In fact it was considered more precious than gold. The early Egyptians used it for flavoring foods and for medicinal purposes and it’s even mentioned in the bible.


Today most people only think of cinnamon as a spice for apple pie or sweet potatoes and gingerbread cookies. But cinnamon is in fact so much more!


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10 Surprising social media statistics that might make you rethink your social strategy - - The Buffer Blog

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If you're managing social media for your business, it might be useful to know about some of the most surprising social media statistics this year. Here are ten that might make you rethink the way you're approaching social media.
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How Music-Streaming Services Are Failing New Artists

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What seems clear is that streaming arrangements, like those made with Spotify, are institutionalizing a marginal role for the recordings that were once major income streams for working musicians.

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Pierre Priot's curator insight, July 19, 2013 4:48 PM

Spotify, how evil are you?

Michael Wynn's curator insight, October 11, 2013 6:34 PM

This article talks about how streaming services are letting artist down. It also compares how much artist made back in the day compared to what they make now,

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Oracle’s New Magazine Targets Readers in Engineering and Construction (Enterprise Project Portfolio Management (EPPM) )

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How Watching 'Unbundled' ESPN and AMC Could Cost More Than Your Whole Cable Bill | The Atlantic

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ESPN would cost as much as $30 a month if you yanked it out of the cable bundle and made it a standalone service, according to new analysis from Needham Insights.

 

I asked a friend from the cable industry to forward the entire 34-page report to me, and here's the money chart (click to enlarge).

 

Lots going on here, so I'll direct your attention to two places:

 

Click headline to read more and view chart full screen--


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35 Beaches You Should Visit In Your Lifetime

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The ultimate beach bucket list.

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Entraînement en ligne - FLE: Rêve ou réalité? Activités à partir d'une bande dessinée (expression de l'hypothèse, expression des sentiments, descriptions, dialogues, récit, match argumentatif, créa...

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Griselda Sassola's curator insight, July 20, 2013 1:18 PM

J'apprécie tout particulièrement les activités de prolongement de l'histoire à l'oral à partir de vooki.

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A human antiviral enzyme (APOBEC3B) causes DNA mutations that lead to several forms of cancer

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Researchers have discovered that a human antiviral enzyme 

called APOBEC3B, is responsible for more than half of breast cancer cases. The previous study was published in Nature in February, 2013.

 

APOBEC3B is part of a family of antiviral proteins that Harris has studied for more than a decade. His effort to understand how these proteins work has led to these surprising discoveries that APOBEC3B is a broadly important cancer mutagen.

 

"We are very excited about this discovery because it indicates that a single enzyme is one of the largest known contributors to cancer mutation, possibly even eclipsing sources such as UV rays from the sun and chemicals from smoking," says Reuben Harris, a professor of biochemistry, molecular biology and biophysics based in the College of Biological Sciences. Harris, who led the study, is also a member of the Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota.

 

For the current study, Harris, along with colleagues Michael Burns and Alpay Temiz, analyzed tumor samples from 19 different types of cancer for the presence of APOBEC3B and 10 related proteins. Results showed that APOBEC3B alone was significantly elevated in six types (bladder, cervix, two forms of lung cancer, head & neck, and breast). Levels of the enzyme, which is present in low levels in most healthy tissues, were elevated in several other types of cancer as well.

 

A second key finding was that the mutational signature of APOBEC3B is a close match to the actual mutation pattern in these cancers. "Much like we each have unique written signatures, these enzymes each leave a unique mark," Harris says.

 

Findings from both studies are counterintuitive because the enzyme, which is produced by the immune system, is supposed to protect cells from HIV and other viruses, not harm our own genomic DNA.

 

While it's well known that sunlight and chemical carcinogens can mutate DNA, and that mutations are essential for cancer to develop, Harris is the first to discover that this human enzyme is a major cause mutation in cancer. He believes that APOBEC3B is a biological "double-edged sword" that protects some cells from viruses such as HIV and produces mutations that give rise to cancer in others.

 

Harris hopes to find a way to block APOBEC3B from mutating DNA, just as sunscreen blocks mutations that lead to melanoma. Many cancer mutations have been identified, but discovering a common source of mutation such as APOBEC3B is expected to help researchers to move "upstream" and look for a way to stop carcinogenesis closer to its source, he says, "like damming a river before it wreaks havoc on downstream areas." It's also possible that a simple test for APOBEC3B could be used to detect cancer earlier.


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Médecine : la révolution génomique

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Lire le génôme humain est aujourd'hui une tâche facile et relativement peu coûteuse. Cette technique n'est pourtant pas largement connue du grand public, notamment à cause des questions qu'elle soulève.

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Les valeurs de la biodiversité | Fondation pour la Nature et l'Homme créée par Nicolas Hulot

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