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jeudi 28 juillet 2016

Organic producers working using a community-shared agriculture model

Reportage on organic producers working using a community-shared agriculture model in Haute-Savoie, France. Rémi has been an organic fruit and vegetable grower since 2011 and he creates a community-supported agriculture model. He grows 35 types of vegetables and only works with a local distribution network: selling directly to consumers. As well as working with organic agriculture, he is setting up a permaculture system : a set of practices aimed at creating low-energy consumption agriculture, by leaving as much space as possible for “wild” nature. Jean-Philippe has been an organic cattle and pig breeder since 2006, using a community-shared agriculture model. He sells his meat and some of the milk he produces through this system. The consumers who are part of the community-shared agriculture system organize the distribution.

Reportage on organic producers working using a community-shared agriculture model in Haute-Savoie, France. Rémi has been an organic fruit and vegetable grower since 2011 and he creates a community-supported agriculture model. He grows 35 types of vegetables and only works with a local distribution network: selling directly to consumers. As well as working with organic agriculture, he is setting up a permaculture system : a set of practices aimed at creating low-energy consumption agriculture, by leaving as much space as possible for “wild” nature.
Jean-Philippe has been an organic cattle and pig breeder since 2006, using a community-shared agriculture model. He sells his meat and some of the milk he produces through this system.
The consumers who are part of the community-shared agriculture system organize the distribution.

lundi 13 juin 2016

Biobanks : collections of human biological material

Reportage dans une banque de tissus et de cellules de l'établissement Français du sang (EFS). La banque a pour mission d'assurer l'autosuffisance de la France en produits cellulaires et tissulaires. La banque s'occupe de la préparation, la conservation et la distribution des produits du corps humain. Les tissus sont prélevés sur des donneurs et sont acheminés à la biobanque. Ils sont préparés dans des zones à atmosphère contrôlée, puis stockés en congélateurs ou cuves d'azote. Greffon osseux viro-inactivé.

Reportage in a tissue and cell bank belonging to the EFS (French Blood Establishment). The bank’s mission is to ensure self-sufficiency in cell and tissue products. The bank prepares, conserves and distributes human body products. Tissue is taken from donors and sent to the biobank. It is prepared in areas with a controlled atmosphere, then stored in freezers or liquid nitrogen containers. ©Amélie Benoist/BSIP

mercredi 18 mai 2016

The da Vinci robot ®

Reportage au bloc opératoire lors d'une hystérectomie avec le robot da Vinci®. Retrait du robot à la fin de l'opération.

Reportage by Amélie Benoist in an operating theatre during a hysterectomy using the da Vinci robot®. The da Vinci System enables the doctor to perform a minimally invasive surgery with enhanced vision, precision, dexterity and control.
While sitting at the ergonomic console, the surgeon controls the system, which translates his hand movements into smaller, more precise movements of tiny instruments inside the patient’s body.

vendredi 22 avril 2016

The benefits of baby massage

Today, many studies show the benefits of massage and good influence on the development and overall health of babies and young children. Amélie Benoist, photographer, followed two groups of mothers who are trained in massage techniques with a professional to promote the bond with their child and provide them welfare.

mercredi 13 avril 2016

The augmented man

Robotic hand holding a capsule with a DNA.

Biological reprogramming, 3D printing of organs, sensitive prosthetics, brain implants… regenerative medicine continues to grow. From the « repaired » man we are gradually moving towards « the augmented man ».

Nanosciences, biology, cognitive sciences are grouping together for the transformation of man and human society.

lundi 14 mars 2016

A bilingual Montessori school

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Reportage in a bilingual Montessori school in Haute-Savoie, France, which caters for children from 2 to 6 years old. The 2-6-year olds are all in the same class to encourage socialisation : the older ones look after the younger ones, which boosts self-confidence in the older ones and increases motivation to work in the younger ones. Montessori education psychology used in the school aims to develop the autonomy, desire and curiosity of the child. “Every useless help given to the child becomes an obstacle to its development ” said Maria Montessori. The children have specific materials available, each can choose the exercise they wish to carry out.
In this exercise, the child must transfer water from one bowl to another using a sponge.

vendredi 19 février 2016

Mountain Rescue. The ski patrol team.

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Amelie Benoist’s reportage takes us to the heart of a ski patrol team based in Avoriaz in Haute-Savoie, France.
The team are responsible for marking out the ski slopes, providing first aid to skiers, evacuations on the slopes and off piste and controlled avalanches.

vendredi 5 février 2016

New images of February

Have a look on our new images with the monthly book we have prepared for you!

 

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vendredi 1 janvier 2016

Reportage in a primary school in Cerny, France. Year 5, year 6 multi-level class.

 

Everywhere in the world, education is a major issue. In France we are about to change the organization of the school year from September 2013. Our photographer Amélie Benoist has taken some great pictures of children learning to read and write in classroom to illustrate this issue.

 

 See the editor’s choice

 

PRIMARY SCHOOL CLASS

mardi 1 décembre 2015

Seniors, do sport! © Amelie Benoist

 

Sport-Seniors

 

Our photographer, Amelie Benoîst, witnesses sports in retirement houses. What is good for young people is good too for retired people !

Even if you start practising in old age, you will benefit from sports:
it’s good for the cardiorespiratory system and helps fighting obesity;
it’s good for the musculoskeletal system, maintaining the balance and feeling of the body in space like fall prevention
it’s good for the nervous system like the maintenance of vigilance
Psyche receive good also from sports: good quality sleep, less anxiety and depression, greater confidence in one ability.
And last but not least, reduce isolation. Want to make sure? just have a look on the smiling face of these people.

 



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