Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, “heaven for converted vans” – Saint-Pierre and Miquelon first

Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, “heaven for converted vans” - Saint-Pierre and Miquelon first

In her van, Carmen Gloria Figueroa Sotelo hit the roads this summer. Leaving Montreal where she lives, the young woman traveled for five days through the archipelago of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon in search of a change of environment and a return to herself. And this trip is just one of many. Carmen has been passionate … Read more

Three simply unique masters!

Three simply unique masters!

Alain Sauter, maker of terrestrial globes: when making circles, it is necessary to be square “Everything starts with making according to a traditional method of two perfect hemispheres with a rod core. If the gesture seems simple, it is technical and extremely precise, down to the nearest half millimeter.” While preparing the cartography course, Alain … Read more

Maison Rennotte: a disappearing treasure

Maison Rennotte: a disappearing treasure

In the memory of one journalist, never before had a visit to the workshop been done via “video recording”. However, never before has such a modern means of communication reproduced so well the robustness and precision of machine tools used – for some – by over 170 years old ! It was without counting on … Read more

An important difference for Professor Marko Vellend

An important difference for Professor Marko Vellend

Mark Vellend, professor in the Department of Biology.Photo: UdeS Michel Caron Professor Mark Vellend, from the Department of Biology, joins the ranks of the prestigious Royal Society of Canada (RSC). The Academies of Arts, Letters and Humanities, Social Sciences and Sciences appointed 101 new members from various disciplines and professions. All awardees were chosen by … Read more

When finance meets quant

When finance meets quant

PD Anne MacKay and Alexandre Prémont-Foley are involved in a quantum computing project with the School of Management, the Financial Markets Authority and AlgoLab.Photo: Michel Caron – UdeS Financial markets are an integral part of the modern economy and our society. There are several approaches to estimating the fluctuating value of market prices, and the … Read more

The weapon that bacteria used in the war with iron discovered

The weapon that bacteria used in the war with iron discovered

Three authors of the publication in Nature Communications : pr Jean-Philippe Bellenger, Vincent Charron-Lamoureux and PD Pascale B. BeauregardPhoto: Michel Caron – UdeS The progress of Vincent Charron-Lamoureux’s PhD project resembles a quest in a role-playing game: you have to solve puzzles, go through different stages and join forces with other players. By combining the … Read more

BAC II 2023: Togo records a success rate of 79.43%.

BAC II 2023: Togo records a success rate of 79.43%.

On July 23, the General Administration of the Matriculation Office announced the results of the 2023 matriculation. This diploma, which opens the doors of universities in Togo, was obtained by 57,440 candidates out of 73,309 applicants, which corresponds to a success rate of 79.43%. An increase of 4.36% compared to the rate achieved in 2022. … Read more

ARCEP tirelessly monitors Moov Africa Togo and Togo Cellular.

Télécommunications : Vous pouvez garder votre numéro tout en changeant d’opérateur.

The Regulatory Authority for Electronic Communications and Posts (ARCEP) conducted a national campaign to measure the quality of mobile services (voice and internet) from November 3, 2022 to January 13, 2023, which revealed that two mobile operatorsdespite multiple arrests, they still do not meet regulatory compliance thresholds. More specifically, THE non-compliance rate it is 63% … Read more