The recipient of an artificial heart made by the French company Carmat, has died, two and a half months after the implant operation.
From human tissue to customised jewellery, the 3D printing revolution is underway.
The government gives a boost to the fight against cancer. There's more fuss about tax. The left is in disarray over the goverment's family law. And are black holes science fiction?
The French dailies are all about the French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroën and its alliance with the French state and a Chinese investment consortium...
The comet-chasing Rosetta spacecraft is set to wake up today after 957 days in deep-space hibernation.
A gene therapy to tackle the effects of Parkinson's disease has passed an important safety hurdle, a Franco-British team of researchers announced on Friday.
.François Hollande’s record in 2013, a French success story and expensive movie theatres are among today’s top headlines in France.
Today France is looking very lonely in Africa, but the papers take heart with a ground-breaking Made in France implant, Christmas shopping and a new face for Robespierre.
A French company has successfully carried out its first implant of an artificial heart that can beat for up to five years, a year longer than the only artificial heart currently on the market.
As predicted in yesterday's press review, this morning's front pages are full of the failure of the French secondary education system.