Zinc (Zn) is a vital element controlling a wide diversity of biological processes. It is, after iron, the most abundant trace metal of the human body. For instance, the brain is a zinc-rich organ. Thi
Nowadays, water scarcity is a big challenge facing humanity in many places around the world. To solve this problem, municipal wastewater (WW) is thus considered to be an alternative water source for v
Zebrafish larvae Entire Brain Recordings during Acousto-visual Inputs and Network analysis – ZEBRAIN
Understanding how the perception of an environment emerge from the collective dynamics of the massive assembly of neurons that constitutes the vertebrate brain is arguably one of the most challenging
A new X ray microscope open to materials science community for 3D in situ mapping of structural parameters and crystalline defects in microstructures and micro objects.
In France, first-year junior school pupils have, in writing as in other subjects, an inconsistent level. Among other things, this inconsistency is linked to the sociological evolution of schools, resu
Worldwide invasion of the Spotted WING Drosophila: Genetics, plasticity and evolutionary potential – SWING
In the last decades, we have observed at a global scale a resurgence of problems related to the colonization of alien invasive species, largely due to human activities (development of international tr
The Capla research program aims at analyzing the social effects of the rise of platforms. Those platforms are considered as new labor market places, where workers are independent, and sometimes amateurs. We seek to analyze work practices, employment statuses, social protection levels, but also the impact on professionals, or the repercussions on the private life of those digital workers.
The APPREL2 project aims to provide an account of the learning and development of the foreign language (FL or L2) lexicon in a schooling context. This context is characterized by the fact that L1 read
Women's and men's remuneration and time budgets in the textile trades in France from the late 17th to the early 20th century – TIME-US
The Time-Us project aims to reconstruct the remuneration and time budgets of women and men working in the textile trades in four French industrial regions (Lille, Paris, Lyon, Marseille) in an Europea
The WAVENEXT project aims to study the magnetic anisotropy phenomena in epitaxial films using two techniques (neutron diffraction (ND) and soft X-ray resonant magnetic reflectivity (SXRMR)) giving acc