“Using the CRY to calm fire”: Establishing the role of circadian clock in NLRP3 regulation and functions. – ICARUS
Circadian clocks sustain rhythmic patterns in behavior and physiology and increase the flexibility of the organisms to adapt to cyclic changes in the environment. Disrupted circadian rhythmicity, a we
“Reinvented Normalities” and chronic condition Philosophical and epidemiological approaches to patients’ perspectives – EpiPhiNoRe
Focusing on chronic disease and multimorbidity, the Epiphinore project aims at generating new knowledge about the content(s) to be given to the aspiration to a "life as it was before", a "normal" or "
The goal of the MULTIPROBE project is to develop a new methodology for the in situ and operando characterization of catalysts based on a unique combination of transmission electron microscopy and X-ra
This project aims (i) to increase the crystal quality of AlN layers epitaxially grown by HT-HVPE (High Temperature Halide Vapor Phase Epitaxy) on patterned substrates and (ii) to assess HT-HVPE as an
“Night at the museum”: filling the gaps in the history of emergence of important crop pathogenic bacteria using historical material – MUSEOBACT
In order to better control current diseases of plants and prevent future epidemics, it is crucial to develop an improved understanding of the factors underlying pathogen emergence, adaptation and spre
“New” estrogen and new route of administration for Safer Modulation of Estrogen Receptor activities at menopause – NOSE4
As a consequence of the pleiotropic effects of estrogens (E), the decline of their production by the ovaries at menopause often leads to functional disorders several climacteric symptoms (as hot flash
The working classes in French society: Between continuity and breakdown
Green «cage« nanoparticles for tuberculosis treatment
“Covalent Organic Frameworks-POlymers” COlloids: from macromolecular design to responsive self-assemblies – COPOCO
"Covalent organic frameworks" (COFs) are an emerging class of crystalline organic materials, showing tunable porosity, with a periodic structure over several dimensions. They are based on the formatio
“CIRCULATING DEAD BODIES”. CONSIDERING POSTSOCIALIST FUNERARY RITUALS AND ECONOMY IN CONTEXTS OF MOBILITY. – REFPoM
In post-socialist Central Asia, international mobility, mainly towards Russia, has increased considerably since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991. These migratory flows are sometimes accompanied, depending on the hazards of the trajectories, by the death of the migrants. The REFPoM project is concerned with the very issues raised by mobile deaths in Russia and Central Asia (Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Mongolia).