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Cilia and the brain

How cilia may contribute to the development and function of central neurons Continue reading

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Last design phase of the collective work: Encounters around order and combinations in the nineteenth century…

Associated with the concepts of arrangement or combination, the notion of order can be understood during the 19th century as a way of arranging objects in space. Thus defined, the notion of order can then constitute a meeting point between these different domains Continue reading

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Mathematical modeling of tissue growth and repair

Participants Luis Almeida (organiser), Chloé Audebert, Patrizia Bagnerini, Richard Bailleul, Samuel Bernard, Giulia Bevilacqua, Federica Bubba, Vincent Calvez, Lara Carvalho, Pasquale Ciarletta, Jean Clairambault, Tommaso Lorenzi, Benoît Perthame (organiser), Diane Pleurichard, Alexandre Poulain, Nastassia Pouradier-Duteil, Giuseppe Sciume Modélisation mathématique de … Continue reading

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About Birth: a transdisciplinary approach

Participants: François Ansermet, Patrick Autréaux, Lazare Benaroyo, Déborah Bertherat, Chantal Birman, Frédérique Bisiaux, Arnaud Bouaniche, Françoise Davoine, Florence Degavre, Anne-Marie Dickelé, Martin Dumont, Marion Hendrickx, Céline Lefève, Claire Marin (organisateur), Jean-Christophe Mino, Carole Widmaier, Frédéric Worms (organiser), Nathalie Zaccaï-Reyners   … Continue reading

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Mathematical modeling of tissue growth and repair

Contribution of cell mechanics to cell fate determination and tissue integrity: from an interdisciplinary point of view Continue reading

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Understanding Extreme Nearshore Wave Events through Studies of Coastal Boulder Transport

Recent field observations have shown that very large boulders, up to several hundred tonnes mass, can be moved by high energy storm waves. These findings contradict a prominent assumption within the scientific community that only tsunami waves would be capable of moving such rocks Continue reading

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Stem cells and cancer

The meeting aimed to discuss the advances that have taken place in the field of stem cells and their relationship with cancer initiation, tumor growth, metastatic spread, and response to anti-cancer treatments. The meeting brought together some of the most prestigious scientists in these fields. Continue reading

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Cell polarity and morphogenesis

Participants : Jean-Paul Borg, Arnaud Echard, Nathan (Nate) Goehring, André Le Bivic (organisateur), Pierre-François Lenne, Ian G. Macara, Jean-Léon Maître, Sophie Martin, Fernando Martín-Belmonte, Mireille Montcouquiol, Edwin Munro, Caren Norden, Ewa Paluch, Rytis Prekeris, Josana Rodriguez, Bénédicte Sanson, Daniel St … Continue reading

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Arithmetic statistics and Diophantine Stability

Arithmetic statistics and Diophantine Stability: the broad objective of our workshop was to understand rational points on curves in a theoretical and computational way|with an eye toward statistics that govern their behavior. Continue reading

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Cultural apocalypses, salvation, and saviours. Anthropology of heritage activists

Cultural apocalypses, salvation, and saviours. Anthropology of heritage activists Continue reading

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