This year, it’s the bicentenary of Napoleon‘s death, the famous French military and political leader of the early 1800s. As such, lots of museums and institutes have conceived exhibitions or virtual content to revisit his life and his influence on the world.Read More »“Napoleon, apology and satire” / “Napoléon, apologie et satire”
Last week, I posted a first article about my internship at LabGenius, a London-based biotech startup. Today, let’s continue with a focus on the tools and various skills this experience helped me develop.
This year, I’m finishing my studies at Polytech Sorbonne. To end my formation in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, I did a 6-month internship; between March and August, I had the chance to work in London at LabGenius.
Last September, I had the chance to participate in an interview for the “Guide de l’Ingénieur” (i.e.: the Engineer’s guide), a special edition of the French magazine L’Usine Nouvelle that focuses on science and technology. Thanks to the journalist Christophe Bys, 3 other engineering students and I were offered the opportunity to meet with the leader of BCG Gamma, Sylvain Duranton, and ask him a few questions.