Every October, we celebrate science through the “Fête de la Science”, a popular public event that celebrates science, technology and innovation. It is open to all and helps promote the sharing of knowledge. This year, our Centre was involved in two visits.
Our visitors in the middle of an experiment!
Joseph and his kids, Axel and Maxence, discovered the immuno-labeling technique with Margherita.
© Sandra Piquet
Organoids: mini organs that grow in the laboratory (Oct. 6)
Alert! My DNA is damaged (Oct. 14)
- How to grow and prepare the cells needed for the experiments,
- How to label the DNA and proteins of interest,
- How a fluorescence microscope works and how we use it to see DNA and proteins,
- How the results are analysed and interpreted.
Details about this visit are in French here: Alerte ! Mon ADN est cassé
Congratulations to Dr. Aurélie Richard, who spent four and a half years in the team during her second year of a master's degree and her PhD.Aurélie has worked very hard over all these years and deserves her new PhD title, earned after her thesis defense on November...
Monday, December 4, 2023, at 10:00 am Thomas Graf CRG, BarcelonaInvited by Pierre-Antoine Defossez “Mechanisms of cell fate conversions” The seminar will take place on Zoom only:https://u-paris.zoom.us/j/86114422072?pwd=VzJ0c2pxcHl4OWppekx3MldlM2Y4QT09 Contact:...
Wednesday, November 22, 2023, at 11:00 am Yoichi Shinkai RIKEN Saitama, JapanInvited by Pierre-Antoine Defossez “Lysine methyltransferase EHMT1/GLP (Ehmt1) heterozygous KO mice as a Kleefstra syndrome model: challenging the onset mechanism and developing therapeutic...
Tuesday, October 17th, 2023, at 11:00 am Jacques Côté CHU de Québec/Université Laval, CanadaInvited by Sophie Polo and Claire Rougeulle “MYST-family chromatin modifying complexes in genome expression/stability and disease” The seminar will take place in the Institut...