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SmartView is a development project for biomedical microscopy equipment. It is based on an innovative patented technology and is intended for imaging platforms, laboratories as well as biomedical institutes in the fields of health, food, pharmaceutical and cosmetics.
Solving industrial production planning problems through mathematical programming
Emergence of resistance to multiple antibiotics requires the indentification and chartacterization of new targets for drug developement. The aim of our project is to characterize a promising target for the tretament of multidrug resistant tuberculosis
some bacteria under stress conditions. Specific features of spores include a high degree of dehydration
Alteration of protein modification in nerve cells may lead to developmental defects and therefore to intellectual disabilities.
siphophages. Furthermore, some of these structural features are shared with other phages (Myoviridae) or even
The ARCHIZ project seeks to provide a synthetic vision of the scientific archives on Émile Zola's work (texts, images, manuscripts…). Its practical objective is to create a web site which, in one single location, provides all these archives and makes them accessible for the general public, teachers and professors, as well as the research community. It aims to create both a tool of documentation and a reference site for research.
Combinatorics: permutations and symmetric functions
Nanoswimmers in microfluidics studies the design, wireless propulsions, swimming performance characterizations, contact/non-contact manipulation strategies to demonstrate their feasibility toward lab-on-a-chip biologic applications.
Comparative analysis of signal transduction factors controlling cell cycle regulation in the alpha-proteobacteria – CASTACC
In the bacterial model species Caulobacter crescentus and Sinorhizobium meliloti the cell cycle, that is the coordination of DNA replication and asymmetric cell division, is controlled by a complex circuit composed by many regulators. In the project CASTACC, the two regulatory networks of these two species are compared using a multidisciplinary molecular approach.