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Manipulating energy signaling to improve biofuel production in photosynthetic eukaryotes – SIGNAUXBIONRJ
THE SIGNAUX-BIONRJ project aimed at investingating how manipulating energy signaling could improve biofuel production in photosynthetic eukaryotes, iparticularly microalgae
efficient anti-spoofing algorithm using unique features and different fraud fighting methods. The study
incomplete cytokinesis to form germline cysts, a feature conserved from Drosophila to humans. Our first
the inorganic and organic parts separately. This feature is in contrast with oxides in which the electrical
This 48-month project develops an integrated approach to climate-related risks (i.e., coastal erosion, marine inundation and reef mortality) in French overseas territories under climate change. It will generate an innovative transdisciplinary protocol and practice-oriented knowledge, including a didactic <br />explanation of the processes going from hazards to impacts and vulnerability, and the highlighting of the most promising ways to enhance adaptation to climate change.
The use of hydride and dihydrogen complexes for hydrogen storage applications <br />3H2 is a fundamental research project lead by Sylviane Sabo-Etienne from Laboratoire de Chimie de Coordination, LCC, Toulouse, in collaboration with Georgeta Postole from IRCELYON, Eric Clot from ICG Montpellier and Jacques Ollivier from ILL, Grenoble. The project really started in October 2016 for 4 years. It received an ANR funding of 461, 000 € for a total cost of around 2, 426, 705 €.
Metalacycles with Iron via C-H activation: synthesis and catalysis
Following the onset of the industrial revolution and the use of fossil energy, humans can now indisputably be seen as major geological agents. At present, anthropogenic fluxes of up to 62 chemical elements surpass their corresponding natural fluxes. Due to their geological features mountain environments have been exploited since the beginning of metallurgy.
3DHoloPAc is an attempt to further develop methods that we proposed in the recent past in Wavefront-Engineering Microscopy group at Paris Descartes University, such as computer generated holography (CGH) and generalized phase contrast (GPC), for efficient optical stimulation of neurons. The aim is to provide the proper tool to better follow the 3D complexity of the brain at a high temporal and spatial resolution, by using optical wavefront engineering in two-photon excitation.
The 3D organization of the genome is an important control mechanism of genomic function. <br /> <br />Our recent data unveiled that chromosomes adopt distinct organizations according to the metabolic status of the cell. In particular, long-lived quiescent cells cells group their telomeres into a hypercluster, reshaping the genome architecture into a conformation that may contribute to maintain longevity of <br />quiescent cells (Guidi et al, 2015).