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former "Science and Life" journalists launch a new scientific magazine
© Daniel Fouray / West France A newsstand in Paris. Photo Stock Illustration. Resigning the recently bought scientific magazine by the Reworld Media Group, nine former "Science and Life" journalists have just announced the future launch of a new scientific title, called "Epsiloon". last March, a large part of the writing of the scientific magazine sciences and life announced its resignation , because of disagreements with the new owner of the title, the group Reworld Media .
Want a relaxing holiday? The famous guide gives its best plans in the new issue of its magazine, on newsstands from July 29, 2021.
Because this year again, traveling passes little hexagonal borders, the Backpacker Magazine number 2 gives all its ideas of weekends and holidays in France to flow smoothly. The drafting of the guide met Anne-Sophie Lapix for an interview on her lands, the Basque Country, and offers all kinds of invigorating activities in the southwest (hike, bike, surfing, delicacies). Good to know, Languedoc-Roussillon is full of nature walks, and in Brittany, it's not just the shoreline! Finally, not to be missed: the file on the barbecue - "it's cultural (but technical too ...)" -, also the one on the strong castles: you are rather new or old?
Holiday ideas for all
hikers, gourmands (sometimes both!), Sports, amateurs of old stones ... All clans can draw in the new issue of this magazine ideas of discoveries and stays to live solo or family . A number full of unusual info, experienced experiences, surprising meetings, favorites, tips and tips from the backpacker, as well as photos inviting to travel. Long live the holidays in France!
Coronavirus in the West Indies: 240 metropolitan health staff will help and go on Tuesday .
Volunteers come from several regions of metropolitan France and will fly for the Caribbean Tuesday night © Dinendra Haria / Shutters / SIPA a doctor (Illustration) SOLIDARITE - Volunteers come from several regions of metropolitan France and will fly for the Caribbean Tuesday night Olivier Véran launched Sunday a "call for national solidarity" metropolis' caregivers to help hospitals In Martinique and Guadeloupe "who face a very intense epidemic wave".