Good news in Portugal : renewable energy alone during four days.


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As recently as 2013, renewables provided only about 23% of Portugal’s electricity. By 2015 that figure had risen to 48%. Photograph: Pete Titmuss/Alamy Stock Photo

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About Gilles Mirambeau

I am a teacher of molecular biology/biochemistry at the UMPC- Sorbonne University*. At EuroScientist, heading its Editorial Board in close partnership with Sabine Louet and looking for a sustainable model, I am deeply involved in its concomitant development with the HSE community. Having an irrepressible vocation for making science at the frontiers of knowledge in a multidisciplinary and cooperative atmosphere, I focused my research during the 80s on the unexpected highly tensed state of the DNA found in archae living at high temperature. Then I switched to HIV and its macromolecular machine in the early 90s. Following my teaching activity at UPMC, I jumped from Paris to Barcelona, where I am engaged in my slow and non-dogmatic research about the HIV viral machine, emphasizing the quinary, weak forces as the fifth level of protein organization in the living world. *

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