A dialogue between chemistry, humanities and social sciences to tackle environmental issues

What if research had to think differently to meet the ecological and energy challenges of our time?


In an article published in the journal Chemical Science, a group of scientists, including our colleague Xavier CARRIER (Pr. SU), uses a number of concrete examples to explore an interdisciplinary approach to research that breaks with what already exists. Chemists, historians, sociologists, economists... all roll up their sleeves to come up with solutions that are likely to fully meet today's challenges.