This research program centers on the development of new methodologies in organic chemistry and their applications towards the synthesis of complex molecular scaffolds. Our approach relies on synthetic
Development of strategies for the popularization of Si and C based nanochemistry
A synthetic biology approach for the microbial conversion of cellulosic feedstocks into bulk chemicals – SYNBIOCHEM
The overall aim of this project is use a synthetic biology approach to develop a consolidated bioprocess (CBP) that will be built around a novel bacterial strain, possessing both high cellulolytic pot
Plants under drought maintain their water status by coordinating water uptake by roots and transpiration through stomata. A stress hormone, abscisic acid (ABA), plays a central role in these responses. This project aims at exploring the ABA signaling pathways and their effects on the hydraulic properties of the plant, to elucidate how water homeostasis is achieved through communication between root and leaves.
Climate change is inducing severe limitations to vegetable crops in the Mediterranean, due to severe, often concurrent (multiple) stresses, in particular drought, heat, and salinity. VEG-ADAPT gathe
Numerous groups have demonstrated that environmental factors (endocrine disruptors) through their nuclear receptor, the Aryl hydrocarbon receptor (AhR), activate transduction pathways that regulate th
ANR – JST joint call for two CREST research areas: “Quantum technologies” and “Symbiotic interaction”
JST and the French National Research Agency (Agence Nationale de la Recherche; “ANR”) concluded a Framework Agreement in December 2017. The purpose of this Agreement is to foster Japanese-French c
The project aims to study the impact of some important changes on sickness absences and their consequences on firm’s practices and public policies.