Université de Strasbourg

2023 Projects


  • Committing within a cha(lle)nging environment: PGHM mountain rescue
    Dr. Marie Balas, Laboratory for interdisciplinary cultural studies (LinCS), University of Strasbourg and CNRS, France 

  • Building on a discovery in rodents to improve our knowledge and description of the human brain: Looking for the human tail of the VTA
    Dr. Michel Barrot, Institute of Cellular and Integrative Neuroscience (INCI), University of Strasbourg and CNRS, France  

  • Synthetic lipopeptides to fight against multiresistant fungal infections: A chemical biology approach
    Professor Line Bourel, Laboratory of Design and Application of Bioactive Molecules (CAMB), University of Strasbourg and CNRS, France (Laboratory for Therapeutic Innovation (LIT) as of January 2024)  

  • Propaganda of violence in post-Soviet politics of memory from 2000 to 2022
    Dr. Dina Khapaeva, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA  

  • Memory works: variations of genocide commemoration by French Manouche artists
    Professor Siv Lie, University of Maryland, USA   
  • Decoding dark matter using the Milky Way's stellar streams
    Dr. Florent Renaud, Lund University, Sweden  

  • Self-organisations in organoids: interplay between cortical activity and cell state
    Dr. Daniel Riveline, Institute of Genetics and Molecular and Cellular Biology (IGBMC), University of Strasbourg, CNRS and Inserm, France  

  • Health wars: making and breaking medical authority in France, 1730-1820
    Professor Meghan Roberts, Bowdoin College, USA  

  • Supramolecular control of phase separation of intrinsically disordered proteins
    Professor Vladimir Torbeev, Biotechnology and cell signaling (BSC), University of Strasbourg and CNRS, France  

  • Completely shape-tunable polymersomes via ‘click’ chemistry
    Dr. Madeline Vauthier, Charles Sadron Institute (ICS), University of Strasbourg and CNRS, France  

  • Towards mono-coordinate and “naked” M2+ first-row transition metal di-cations in the condensed phase as strong Lewis acids: synthesis and exploration of their reactivity
    Professor Rudolf Wehmschulte, Florida Institute of Technology, USA & Dr. Samuel Dagorne, Strasbourg Institute of Chemistry, University of Strasbourg and CNRS, France

  • Medieval artefacts from all angles: new perspectives of German multi-text manuscripts
    Dr. Marie-Sophie Winter, University of Picardy Jules Verne (UPJV), France   

CNRS: French National Centre for Scientific Research
Inserm: French National Institute of Health and Medical Research

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