"Un système artificiel imite la dynamique des écosystèmes", écrit par Dominique Padirac.
Article de vulgarisation scientifique sur l'activité "molecular programming" de Dr. Yannick Rondelez et son équipe au sein du LIMMS.
We have reported the first experimental observation of traveling concentration waves and spirals in a chemical reaction network built from the bottom up. The mechanism of the network is a DNA oscillator of the predator–prey type. The molecular encoding of the nonequilibrium behavior relies on small DNA oligonucleotides that enforce the network connectivity and three purified enzymes that control the reactivity.
As part of its call for a 4th partner open now, EUJO-LIMMS, in cooperation with the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Core-to-core program, organizes a Workshop at the University of Freiburg, Department of Microsystems Engineering (IMTEK) in Freiburg (Germany) on October 25, 2013.EUJO-LIMMS cooperation opportunities as well as emerging scientific challenges will be presented. Meet UT-IIS Professors and prepare an application to the call.
Registration is open until October 17, 2013
(deadline for applicants is Nov. 29th, 2013)
We are pleased to inform you that LIMMS have decided to host 3 trainees (master 2 trainee) for 2013-2014.
The support, provided by LIMMS, corresponds to the former basic CNRS trainee fees (in 2013 it was : 436.05 Euro/month ) for the duration of the stay limited to 5 months. (this support can be combined with other fund ressources)