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2020 CNRS Talents: bronze medals for Antoine Venaille and Daniel Jost
Honors and awards, News
The Bronze Medal is awarded to early work of researchers who are specialists in their field. This distinction represents an encouragement from the CNRS to pursue research that is well underway and already fruitful.
Politics of Flower Power
Together with a collaborator from Kew gardens, two researchers from ENS de Lyon mobilize the plant genetics community to the political challenges associated with the social and environmental crisis, in a featured review in Trends in Plant Science.
JoRISS call for Sino-French research projects: 6 projects selected for 2020
The 10th Steering Committee of the Joint Research Institute for Science and Society (JoRISS), under the joint chairmanship of Mr QIAN Xuhong (President of ECNU) and Mr Yanick RICARD (Vice-President Research of ENS de Lyon), was held on December 11, 2019 at ENS de Lyon. Six projects were selected in the framework of the call for research projects launched in autumn 2019.
Knowledge Summit 2 : India - France
The first edition of Knowledge Summit was held in March 2018. It was organized on the occasion of the State visit of the President of the Republic in India and inaugurated by Mrs. Frédérique Vidal, Minister of Higher Education, Research and Innovation which helped to establish the roadmap for Franco-Indian cooperation for the coming years, in partnership with companies.
Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections S.aureus - but not S.pyogenes- isolates display high rate of internalization and cytotoxicity toward human myoblasts.
Publication by the International Center for Infectiology Research (CIRI) in The Journal of Infectious Diseases on April 19, 2019.
Matthieu Platre, recipient of the 2018 Young researchers Bettencourt prize
Honors and awards
The Prize for young researchers is awarded annually to 14 young doctors of science or medical doctors to enable them to do their postdoctoral internships in the best foreign laboratories.
Deciphering the link between skin allergies and the gut microbiota
Over the last few years, scientists have discovered connections between gut microbiota imbalances and various diseases. Now, in a study using mice, biologists from the CNRS, INSERM, and Claude Bernard Lyon 1 University —together with colleagues from the Institut Pasteur de Lille and the NIH (USA)— have revealed a surprising relationship between a viral detection system, the composition of the gut microbiota, and the development of skin allergies. Their findings, published in PNAS (September 24, 2018) suggest potential new therapies.