École @Polytechnique’s 2019 Annual Report is now online! 💻📱 Relive and discover all of the major milestones that took place in 2019, a particularly rich year in many areas for École Polytechnique. Check it out here ➡️
Congrats Aboubakr Laraki (M2018) & Fayçal Slaoui (co-founders Monk) as well as @joanne_kanaan & Anna Shirinskaya (PhD l'X) (co-founders Omini) for their 2020 X-Grant Silicon Valley awards, financed by @FX_EP / Friends of École Polytechnique (USA)! 🎉 ➡️
The students of the first graduating class of École Polytechnique’s @Bachelor_X program are getting ready to enjoy some well-deserved vacation time before continuing their studies at top universities across the globe 🌍 A few share their experience at l'X:
Ever wonder how many people we'd need to start and sustain a new civilization on Mars? A professor at France's Institut Polytechnique de Bordeaux has crunched the numbers.
In our May 2020 #DIXIT newsletter: 💬 Interview with l’X President Eric Labaye 🚀 14 Polytechnique start-ups innovating for the future 🎇 Researchers making the cover of @nature 👨🏫 #Webinars & new offers from @PolytechniqueE (EXED) Read all about it ➡️
Trudeau lists off the mass shootings in Canada since the Ecole Polytechnique. Says these acts of violence have happened too often and it needs to stop. #cdnpoli
These 14 women were murdered 30 years ago at École Polytechnique de Montréal. Their deaths robbed us of their limitless potential and bright futures. It is more than time for change. We can and we must put an end to gender-based violence.
THREAD: Thirty years ago, 14 women were killed in a mass shooting rampage at École Polytechnique. The engineering school massacre fractured Montreal. These are the victims. Most were engineering students, on the cusp of graduation. All had plans for the future. 1/16
Remember their names, and honour their memory. On December 6, we pay tribute to the women killed in the Polytechnique massacre, and to all victims of gender-based violence.
A needless and cruel provocation. No matter the debate, no matter the argument, the families of Polytechnique victims should come first. May we always honour their memory.
On December 6, we remember the victims of the #Polytechnique massacre. Their legacy endures in our efforts to end violence against women.