Explore behavioral and nutritional hypotheses
''Insane persons'' and ''native''. A legal history of a double discrimination in the French Africa (end of 9th-1960) – AMIAF
The AMIAF research project intends to carry out a legal and historical survey of the legal administrative discourses and practices which determined the construction and functioning of the status of native madness in African territories colonised by France between the last two decades of the 19th century and 1960.
Our aim is to understand the public policies and business practices that will offer the best perspectives for adequate investment and quality of services in the energy sector.
Objective: Realization of an automatic redistribution system for shared vehicles; And Parking Valet Target markets: Car sharing operators, rental cars, automatic taxis; Parking and recharging center operators, shopping malls, etc. Technical / regulatory background: technical maturity but classic regulatory issue related to the driverless vehicle Trend: current and current topics, needs and demands identified, important market in sight.
Study of the genomics, traits, and establishment capacities of trichogramma wasps to develop effective biological control programs against pests as alternatives to pesticides.
This project consists in new foundational developments of high algebra directed toward the resolution of problems in the topological study of field theories.
The objective of the project is to analyze the structure of migration in French Polynesia based on the territorial organization of families. The aim is to evaluate the sustainability of the system supported by the public policies implemented as well as by family solidarity. This organization is characterized by an ultra-peripheral island context and urban macrocephaly. The study of the location of public services and transport is also fundamental in this project.
The selected halophytes species cultivation on salt affected soils aimed on developing new value chains from obtained biomass. The work will be conducted on the monitoring the soil purification degree, the biomass and seeds yield, and their chemical composition. Possibilities of extracting active biomolecules and micronutrients from obtained biomass. A high knowledge transfer potential as alternative economic solution on bringing back into use for agricultural the farmland damaged by saltwater.
The conversion efficiency for Si-based photovoltaics (PV) has reached a record 26.7%, which is close to the theoretical limit. To go beyond this, THESIS aims to benefit from the combination of the maturity of Si technology with the potential yield gains associated with emerging PV, through the development of a new PV tandem. This involves the integration of a perovskite solar cell stacked on a Si solar cell with interdigital contacts on the back side.
Chronic consumption of hypercaloric diets may trigger a ‘neuronal identity crisis’ in certain subpopulations of hypothalamic neurons due to the impaired action of the T-box gene 3 (Tbx3), a transcription factor that maintains hypothalamic neurons identity during postnatal life. Such a loss of identity may undermine the working machinery of POMC neurons, ultimately leading to obesity and its associated metabolic complications, albeit this hypothesis has yet to be investigated.