Refugees, migrants and their languages in healthcare encounters – REMILAS
The project concerns the reception of refugees and migrants (R&Ms hereafter) in France, and the linguistic issues that such population confronts in the physical and mental consultations that are compu
Guidage axonale et regeneration dans le système nerveux central – AxGaRe
Nervous system diseases represent more than 35% of Europe’s total illness burden. The impairment of central nervous system (CNS) often affects vital functions such as vision in the cases of glaucoma o
Carrier Multiplication in Perovskite nanostructures studied by Ultrafast Ultraviolet/visible fluorescence Spectroscopies – CaMPUUS
New techniques of time-resolved spectroscopies have to be develop to study the fentosecond dynamics of excitons and charge carriers in hybrid- and hetero-nanostructures.
Between France and Italy: female mysticism and politics in the modern era – MYSTPOL
Between France and Italy: female mysticism and politics in modern era
The City as a Border. What Cities make to Migrants, what Migrants make to the City. From a Multi-sited Ethnography to Public Anthropology – BABELS
What cities do to migrants, what migrants do to the city.
A comparative and transnational history of migration policies towards exiles and refugees in nineteenth-century Europe (1815-1870) – AsileuropeXIX
In 19th-century Europe, political exile began to emerge as a form of mass migration and political commitment. In order to tackle that major shift, the research project focuses on the 1830s-1870s, a time period which was a crucial for the gradual definition of political exile and asylum, but also for the implementation of new policies towards foreign victims of ideological repression.
Small RNA-directed heterochromatin establishment – SMARHTEST
Heterochromatin is a closed and mostly transcriptionally repressed state of chromatin, which is critical for gene silencing, cell differentiation and genome maintenance. Although how heterochromatin i
Biomechanics of intra-oral water flow generation in fish – IOFLOW
The head of a fish is a remarkably mobile structure used for vital functions such as food capture and respiration. But how do fish efficiently generate the water flows that specifically meet the biome
Housing And Salary: A Joint Analysis of Two Key Dimensions of Immigrant And Refugee Assimilation – JASI
Understanding which factors shape the assimilation of immigrants and refugees using the most recent data
Coupling donor and quantum dot in silicon for applications in quantum information processing – CODAQ
Quantum physics, when applied to computing, is projected to lead to revolutionary enhancements in computational speed and power. However, to construct such a "quantum” computer, its building blocks,