“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
ß spectrin implication in dendritic spine shape and physiology – MorphoSpectrin
The dendritic spine, where the postsynaptic compartment of most excitatory synapses is localized, is a small protrusive structure emerging from the dendritic shaft. The molecular composition, the morp
« Développer les protéines végétales et diversifier les sources de protéines » Volet 1 – Protéines de légumineuses – Appel à projets – 2021
Dans le cadre de la stratégie nationale « Alimentation durable et favorable à la santé », il est nécessaire de diversifier la production de sources de protéines pour l’alimentation afin de garantir une alimentation à la fois durable et favorable à la santé.
« Accelerating CCSU Technologies »
The French National Research Agency (ANR) is launching, in collaboration with 14 funding agencies from 12 countries, a joint call for proposals to finance R&D projects in the fields of CO2 capture, storage and use.
viRtual bEhaVioral skIlls TrAining for pubLIc SpEaking – REVITALISE
More than ever, with the increasing use of online video-conferencing solutions in daily professional interactions, public speaking skills are becoming crucial. The aim of this project is to obtain bet
van der Waals heterostructures opto-magnetomechanics – VANDAMME
The emergence of atomically-thin van der Waals materials offers great opportunities to develop next-generation devices for nano- electronics and photonics. The recent demonstration of an intrinsic mag
ultraSHOrt tunable deep-and vacuum-UV generation for TIME-resolved molecular dynamics – ShoTime
The ShoTime project aims at producing bright and reliable sources of tunable ultrashort Vacuum- and Deep-UV pulses (120-350 nm, sub-10 fs) at 166 kHz repetition rate, and at using them in combination
ultra-High-spEed high-Resolution force Microscopy and spEctroscopy of biological Systems – HERMES
HERMES aims to develop a new generation of vibrating probes for atomic force microscopy using optomechanical technology. Endowed with a frequency reaching the GHz, a thousand times higher than that of the usual probes, and capable of resolving Brownian motion at room temperature, these probes open the way to an unprecedented experimental window in terms of speed and temporal resolution for observing and characterizing molecular biology processes.
recommenDer servIce for SusTaInabLe cLoud nativE softwaRe – DISTILLER
Cloud computing keeps gaining more and more attraction from companies and stakeholders by offering a flexible and convenient environment to host online software services. Nevertheless, the cloud ecosy