Present European Union (EU) policies restrict imports of genetically modified food and the release of genetically engineered living organisms into the environment. Revisions under discussion would allow modified imports, but require that they be labelled as such. In Europe where agricultural landscapes and local products are highly valued, experience with mad cow disease has highlightened distrust of large-scale, industrialized farming. U.S. officials contend that such attitudes are irrational and that EU regulations are not based on scientific evidence. ...
One Sahelian out of two lives below the poverty line, and every day one out of three experiences the pangs of hunger and malnutrition. Nearly 3 billion people in the world live with less than two dollars a day and more than 800 million people still suffer from hunger.
Jane Eyre, the narrator of the story, is an orphan who was received by her uncle. But her uncle's wife, Mrs. Reed, and his children did not love her. So she was maltreated by her aunt and cousins, especially John, after her uncle's death.
Bac 2013 (Séries E-F1-F2-F3-F4)
Photovoltaic solar panels convert energy from the sun into electricity directly and require no mechanical energy. Photons of light hit electrons (often in silicon) bumping them into a higher energy state and generating electricity. Initially used to power satellites in outer space, solar power is now used to generate electricity on earth. Photovoltaic panels do not use electromagnetic induction.
Bac 2013 Séries C et D
Man and the other vertebrates, like the model air plane, have a very efficient system of support in the form of an internal skeleton, or endoskeleton. As for the arthropods, they have exoskeletons. Man's body framework gives him the greatest support with the least amount of weight. This framework also permits more efficient movement than any other type of framework.
Baccalauréat Professionnel - Agroalimentaire - Structures Métalliques - Génie Civil/C - Génie Civil/TP - MVA - MAVELEC - Electrotechnique
Visitors to Kenya's capital are often horrified by the homicidal minibuses called matatu. They go around post-holes, seldom signal and use their uncertain brakes only at the last second. They are therefore an ideal subject for a video game, which is why Planet Rackus, a Nairobi start-up, released "Ma3Racer" last year.