Sara Cavaliere is a researcher in the materials chemistry department of the Charles Gerhardt Institute in Montpellier. She has been awarded a European Research Council (ERC) grant for scientific excellence, which has enabled her project, called Spinam, to take off. She tells us about it in the video series "Takeoff" proposed by the Department of Innovation and Partnerships (Dipa) of the University of Montpellier.
Jean-Philippe Pin's career in molecular pharmacology, crowned this year with the Lamonica Prize, is opening up therapeutic avenues for the treatment of neurological and psychiatric diseases. He is director of research at the Institut de génomique fonctionnelle (IGF) in Montpellier.
This week in A l'UM la science, Anne-Sophie Cases, coordinator of the interdisciplinary project HUT, for Human at Home project, gives us the results of 4 years of experimentation. The report takes us on the stage of HUT theater and Agnès Pesenti, in charge of scientific culture, tells us about the Sud de sciences festival.
This week in A l'UM la science Andrea Gourmelen from the Montpellier research in management laboratory explains what kind of consumer we are. In the second part of the program, doctoral student Alexis Verhassel introduces us to the law library. Finally, Catherine Alix Panabière tells us about the Courstache. A co-production of the University of Montpellier and Divergence FM.
As part of the competitive examination campaign for the recruitment of teaching and education personnel, Sophie Béjean, Rector of the Occitanie academic region, Philippe Augé, President of the University of Montpellier, and Agnès Perrin-Doucey, Director of the FDE, met with students of the Faculty of Education on Tuesday, November 15.
After having succeeded in cleaning up soils thanks to plants that hyper-accumulate heavy metals, Claude Grison and his colleagues from the ChimEco laboratory and the start-up BioInspir are now tackling water pollution.