German industry still lacks specialists in mathematics, informatics, the natural sciences and technology, according to a survey recently published by the country’s leading industrial organisations. It stressed that the shortage of graduates in these key fields had grown dramatically since the beginning of the year.
Ibiza is beating this year all tourism records, but it is also the place where artists from all around the world find their summer arrangement. The Spanish island is full of musicians, dancers, actors, singers and everthing seems like a cheap version of Moulin Rouge. Party is the business in Ibiza, and the business seems to be easy in the summer months. During June, July and August the island is packed. And the people that come from all over the world, mainly Italy, Germany, France and the UK, look just for one thing: entertainment.
Paris is a fantastic city for walkers, but if you’re in a hurry or the weather’s turned foul or you just want to give your tired feet a break, the city is also blessed with one of the best subway systems in the world. Here are the main things you need to know about how to use the Paris Metro.
The progress of the Spanish R & D system from the last decade has got stuck when the economical crisis started. The first budget cuts in R & D sector were applied in 2010, and nowadays the public R & D investment has stepped back to 2005 levels. The Spanish Young Researchers Federation (FJI-Precarios) strongly believes that, beyond raising public investment, a thoughtful R & D policy should be undertaken. In our FJI-Precarios Decalogue (under Creative Common License), we suggest 10 measures that will strengthen the R & D system and will make it more independent of political turnovers.
Despite the terrible terrorist acts in France, Paris still is the most visited city in world. The city of love, art and gourmet. The Saint-Germain-l’Auxerrois district is the heart of the French capital. It spreads from the western tip of Île de la Cité to the Jardin des Tuileries, the biggest, oldest garden in Paris. Fluctuat nec mergitur. (“She is battered by the waves, but does not sink”) was the motto of the boatmen’s guild which had its headquarters here during the reign of Hugh Capet, and the phrase subsequently became the city’s own motto.
PARIS: Chocolate city by Laura Florand
“The scent of chocolate snuck out into the rainy street. Boot heels broke their rhythm as passersby, bundled in long black coats, glanced toward the source and hesitated. Some stopped. Some went on. Cade’s momentum carried her inside. Theobromine wrapped around her like a warm blanket against the chil.l” (The Chocolate Thief).