L'ingénieur et les sciences de la vie (audio)

Une conférence du cycle :Qu'est-ce qu'un ingénieur aujourd'hui ? L'ingénieur, le génie, la machine » du 10 au 14 janvier et du 16 au 19 janvier 2010, à 18h30

L'ingénieur et les sciences de la vie par le Docteur Gerard Dine, responsable des enseignements biotechnologies et Santé à l'Ecole Centrale de Paris et Manuel Gea, président-fondateur de Centrale-Santé


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Intervenant(s) : Tahar CHOUIHED (SAMU-SMUR hôpital central – CHU de Nancy)
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