The USIAS call for proposals 2014 is now open.
Each year USIAS awards between 10 and 20 Fellowships for a period of between three months and two years, to enable the pursuit of original, innovative research projects.
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13 March 2014 - USIAS Fellows Seminar: The origins of chemical elements: new ways to study clustering in nuclei
1 April 2014 - USIAS Fellows seminar - Value creation through resource redeployability
9-10 May 2014 - Workshop in Historical Economics: Where are we in Cliometrics?
June 2014 - Fellows Seminar: Building the North with words: Geographies of scientific knowledge
June 2014 - Workshop: Meta-governance in research and higher education - call for contributions
On 9 October 2013, Strasbourg professor Martin Karplus was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2013: see the reaction of the two other Nobel Laureates at Strasbourg, USIAS Chairs Jean-Marie-Lehn and Jules Hoffmann and others:
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On 28 June 28 2013 the premiere of the documentary "Pierre Chambon, Explorer of living matter" portraying sixty years of path-breaking international research by biologist and geneticist Pierre Chambon (USIAS Chair of Molecular Biology and Genetics; founder of IGBMC and ICS) in Strasbourg:
Jules Hoffmann (USIAS Chair in Integrative Biology) has been received officially at the Académie Française among the "Immortels", on May 30, 2013 (video in French):
President Hollande in Strasbourg
During a visit of the University of Strasbourg on 30 January 2014, the French President met with Nobel Laureates Martin Karplus and Jean-Marie Lehn (USIAS).
Roland Recht, chairman of AIBL
Roland Recht has been elected chairman of the Académie des inscriptions et belles-lettres, succeedin to Mr Jean-Marie Dentzer.
EUCOR 2013 medal to Jean-Marie Lehn
The EUCOR 2013 medal was awarded to USIAS Chair Jean-Marie Lehn, laureate of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1987.