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03 April 2020 Coronavirus: Sylviane Muller participates in the national CARE committee

Sylviane Muller, Chair of Therapeutic Immunology at USIAS, is one of the 12 experts who form the Committee for Analysis, Research and Expertise (CARE), established by French President Emmanuel Macron...[more]

26 March 2020 Sylviane Muller elected to the European Academy of Sciences

Sylviane Muller, USIAS Chair of Therapeutic Immunology and Emeritus director of research of the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), has recently been elected as a new member of the...[more]

19 March 2020 Three USIAS Fellows recognised as CNRS 2020 Talents

The CNRS announced its 2020 medallists in February: Boris Hippolyte and Jean-Luc Imler were the recipients of a silver medal, and Joanna Wencel-Delord of a bronze medal. Each year, the French...[more]

22 January 2020 USIAS Fellow Christelle Golzio awarded the Guy Ourisson Prize 2019

For the twelfth time, the Cercle Gutenberg has awarded the Guy Ourisson Prize. This prize is intended for researchers in the Alsace region in France aged 40 years or less, who conduct particularly...[more]

23 December 2019 Nalini Anantharaman elected to the French Academy of Sciences

The French Academy of Sciences has elected Nalini Anantharaman, Chair of Mathematics at USIAS and full professor at the University of Strasbourg's Institute for Advanced Mathematical Research (IRMA),...[more]

17 December 2019 MATH'N POP conference-concert on music and mathematics

The video recording of the live conference-concert “Math'n Pop” performed by mathemusician Moreno Andreatta, 2017 USIAS fellow and researcher in mathematics, is available for viewing. On the...[more]

10 December 2019 One of our fellows in the spotlight – Anne Merker

Anne Merker, 2014 USIAS Fellow, was interviewed for the University of Strasbourg’s L’actualité de la recherche (Research news) about her project on the philosopher Nietzsche. The aim of her USIAS...[more]

04 December 2019 New discovery in Egypt by Fellow Frédéric Colin

Three sarcophagi dating from the 18th dynasty have just been discovered by Frédéric Colin and his team during an archaeological dig together with the French Institute for Oriental Archaeology (IFAO)...[more]

28 November 2019 Video recordings of USIAS Annual Symposium 2019 now available

Alison Wolf and Martin Wolf were the keynote speakers at the Symposium, which took place on 21 November 2019. Alison Wolf Baroness of Dulwich of King's College London, addressed the issue of the...[more]

27 November 2019 CNRS Gold Medal 2019 presented to Thomas Ebbesen by Emmanuel Macron

On the evening of Tuesday 26 November 2019, the CNRS Gold Medal, the highest scientific distinction in France, was presented to Thomas Ebbesen by Emmanuel Macron, President of the Republic, in the...[more]

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