Teams of the Lyon Astrophysics Research Center have finalized the reintegration in Germany of two spectrographs of the 4MOST instrument, intended to equip the VISTA telescope of the European Southern Observatory in Chile.
The DEEP-SEE project is one of the projects selected by the European Research Council (ERC). It is led by Alain Manceau, Geochemist, emeritus researcher at the Chemistry Laboratory. Stefan Steinmann, researcher at the Chemistry Laboratory, is the scientific leader.
From Monday 23 January to Friday 27 January 2023, the School provides a week of extracurricular activities for ENS students referred to as “normaliens” who are enrolled in the 1st year of the ENS de Lyon diploma. The objective of these activities is to increase awareness of our students about the complex issues we are currently facing and that we will face in the future (ecological and digital transition, new individual and collective risks, future of research, etc.). Please find below a preview program.
Selected amongst a shortlist of 8 projects, the final Biosantexc proposal "Integrated research-oriented training network in life sciences through interdisciplinary approaches" is to be submitted this Friday, September 30. The consortium consists of the 4 French Écoles Normale Supérieures, the 6 Indian Institutes of Science, Education and Research (IISER) and 4 other Indian research institutes in medicine and life sciences. Results are expected to be announced at the end of October.
On Monday, June 20, Laurence Roulleau-Berger chose to receive her medal of merit at ENS de Lyon, presented by Marie Gaille, director of the Institute of Human and Social Sciences. The ceremony, just like Laurence Roulleau-Berger's impressive scientific career, was full of energy, discussion and emotion.