The main aim of the joint French-German project is to gain knowledge about the development of auditory attention and its underlying neuronal mechanisms throughout childhood. The successful control of
Tropical terrestrial ecosystems are highly productive and constitute a critical component of the global carbon cycle. The Congo Basin, the second largest river basin on Earth, accommodates extensive s
From local diversity to transnational institutionalization: The emergence of the European Unified Patent Court – UNIFIED
The UNIFIED project pursues research on a transnational institutional convergence in the context of geographically and legally fragmented judicial practices in Europe. In particular, the project focuses on an empirical case of an emergence of a European institution in a real life, the European Unified Patent Court (UPC) that will be exclusively competent for patent-related legal disputes Europe-wide.
Unraveling the pathophysiology of Bethlem Myopathy using a unique zebrafish model for the disease – FishandCol6
Bethlem myopathy (BM) is a misunderstood and uncurable disorder characterized by abnormal contractures and muscle weakness. The BM results from mutations in one of the genes encoding the 3 major a-chains of collagen VI (ColVI), a component of the myomatrix, but the mechanisms of action have not been elucidated. Our working hypothesis is that muscle dysfunction caused by BM mutation results from alteration in muscle excitation and/or intracellular Ca2+ homeostasis.
With the current rapid growth of AI research and applications, there are both unprecedented opportunities and legitimate worries about its potential misuses. In this context, we are committed to help
Use and management of Vicia species for sustainability and resilience in biodiversity-based farming systems – DiVicia
Our project will work toward the design of sustainable, efficient and resilient biodiversity-based cereal-legume cropping systems adapted to the future challenges and constraints of Mediterranean area