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02 November 2017 Annual Symposium 2017: Immunotherapy against cancer

This year's symposium will present two of the leading pioneers in the field of cancer immunotherapy, who have fundamentally changed the way cancer and its treatment are perceived: Professor...[more]

03 October 2017 3rd Kyoto Lecture: Susumu Kitagawa

On Monday 25 September 2017, professor Susumu Kitagawa from Kyoto University has delivered the 3rd Kyoto Lecture, titled Welcome to small spaces. Gas Science and Technology for Sustainable Future....[more]

12 July 2017 Call for proposals Fellowships USIAS 2018

The call for proposals for USIAS Fellowships 2018 has been launched. Each year the institute awards between ten and twenty Fellowships for a period of between three months and two years, to enable...[more]

19 May 2017 Joint USIAS-FRIAS Fellowships 2017

In the third call of the joint fellowship programme of the Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies (FRIAS) and the University of Strasbourg Institute for Advanced Study (USIAS), three joint research...[more]

07 April 2017 2nd Kyoto Lecture in Strasbourg: Masaki Kashiwara

Professor Masaki Kashiwara Kyoto University has delivered the 2nd Kyoto Lecture at the Faculty of Mathematics in Strasbourg on 6 April 2017. More information[more]

07 March 2017 New USIAS 2017 Fellows

Following the call for 2017 USIAS Fellowships, 13 projects have been selected with 15 Fellows coming from Strasbourg and from the rest of the world, including Australia, Germany, Japan, Switzerland,...[more]

12 December 2016 USIAS Chair Jean-Pierre Sauvage receives the Nobel Prize from the King of Sweden

Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Professor emeritus at the University of Strasbourg, USIAS Chair in Chemistry and member of the USIAS Board, has received the Nobel Prize for Chemistry 2016 in Stockholm, from the...[more]

06 December 2016 USIAS Fellow Stéphane Berciaud awarded the Bronze Medal CNRS 2016

Stéphane Berciaud is associate professor in Physics at the University of Strasbourg and USIAS Fellow 2015. He is a researcher at the Institute of Physics and Chemistry of Materials in Strasbourg...[more]

05 December 2016 Nobel laureate 2016 Jean-Pierre Sauvage joins the Governing Board of USIAS

Professor Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Nobel Prize laureate in Chemistry 2016, has been named USIAS Research Chair in Chemistry and has joined the USIAS Governing Board. Jean-Pierre Sauvage, professor...[more]

24 November 2016 Kyoto Lecture: Origin of the human mind viewed from the study of chimpanzees

On 30 November 2016, the first Kyoto Lecture will take place. Professor Tetsuro Matsuzawa, a leading primatologist from the University of Kyoto, compares the cognitive development of man and of...[more]

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