Persian and Indian Cultures: The Creation of a New Intellectual Environment in South Asia
Identification of conserved anatomo-functional organization of the pallium supporting cognition in vertebrates – PALL-E-NODY
The majority of human cognitive skills are thought to depend on structure and on the computing capabilities of the cerebral cortex, which is found only in mammals. For this reason, the evolution of in
The population aged over 65 is increasing in all OECD countries as well as the role of Internet. Accessing the Web for older people is a very important challenge, as it helps them to foster independence, reduce isolation, and to increase communication and wellbeing. Despite its importance there is still a lack of focus on improving the use of Internet by older people. There is a clear need of detailed process models that account for age-related individual differences in information seeking.
Iron Age landscapes on the Straits of Gibraltar: the territories of La Silla del Papa and Los Castillejos de Alcorrín (ninth to first century BC) – ARCHEOSTRAITS
Iron Age landscapes on the Straits of Gibraltar: the territories of La Silla del Papa and Los Castillejos de Alcorrín (ninth to first century BC)
The development of a highly sensitive modular and flexible array of monolitic coils for high field MRI on human is a main instrumental stake that will allow for overcoming the current performances in high resolution MRI and will represent a significant breakthrough for the diagnosis and follow-up of many biomedical application of MRI that require very high sensitivity.
Diffuse emission is the most prominent observational signature from the sky at Gigaelectronvolt (GeV) energies. Galactic diffuse emission was established before individual gamma-ray sources started to
Political corruption: immoral money and political influence in France and Germany, 19th and 20th centuries – POCK2
We ask for the extension of a research project, already funded by ANR and DFG, concerning the history of political corruption in France and Germany in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries (POC / K).
Why are some administrative organizations successfully created, frequently reorganized, merged, or terminated, whereas others are seemingly ‘immortal’ and become more powerful than the elected polit