(Monsoro-Burq & al, Development 2003; Dev. Cell 2005; De Crozé & al, PNAS 2011; Milet & al, PNAS 2013). [...] we will construct and compare the GNRs in wild-type and Pax3/7 loss of function contexts during vertebrate
Towards an understanding of electronic transport properties of hybrid perovskite solar cells – TRANSHYPERO
on HOP between the Institut des Sciences Chimiques de Rennes and FOTON laboratory (INSA Rennes). Then, [...] in nature, it shall also be applicable to other types of semiconductors, and thus should have significant
Rain running down a car windshield, butter sloshing around a Teflon pan… Despite the ubiquity of the phenomenon, we still do not fully understand how a liquid moves over a solid surface. Real surfaces are rough, chemically heterogeneous, coated with molecular layers, or even all of the above, complicating attempts to isolate fundamental physical principles. We believe that in order to build a consistent picture of wetting dynamics one must first understand the wetting on real surfaces.
IC2MP University of Poitiers and LCMCP at the Collège de France) and one private company (EDF). In the past [...] use these more stable forms of carbon with spinel-type TMO materials with controlled size and morphology
Manganese complexes for PET and MRI: production of 52Mn and ligand design for stable and inert complexation – MANGA
Bispidine-derivative manganese complexes with unprecedented kinetic inertness for imaging applications
focus in this project on short-term funding. This type of funding corresponds to a large and growing fraction [...] exploit unique data provided to us by the Banque de France. The F*STAR research team comprises seven
Corneal procurement during and after Sans-CoV-2 pandemic. What microbiologic test should we perform? whar are the risks? – CorDon
cell types, in collaboration with the 3rd partner (Dr Alain Roussel, Architecture et Fonction de Macr
The main challenge of the SYNERGY project is to highlight the possibility of modifying locally and at the molecular scale the nature and organization of metallo-organic networks by plasma treatments, dry physico-chemical processes renowned for their reliability and their small environmental footprints. The application objective is oriented to H2 storage.
The study of exotic nuclei is one of the main avenues of research with a high potential for discoveries worldwide. The TULIP project aims to enhance near-term nuclear physics research possibilities by creating unique radioactive ion beams (RIB) for ambitious subatomic experiments at the national flagship facility SPIRAL based at the Grand Accélérateur National d’Ions Lourds (GANIL) in Caen.
The olfactory bulb is the first relay station for odor processing in the brain. The vast majority of olfactory bulb neurons are inhibitory interneurons that modulate the activity of principal neurons. Periglomerular cells constitute an heterogeneous population of interneurons that modulate how principal neurons integrate the incoming sensory. The functional implications of this diversity is still poorly understood.