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A mathematical model for understanding disruptions of the hepatic clock

The mechanisms which synchronize the hepatic clock to food timing are poorly understood, yet perturbations of this link are associated with diseases such as obesity or type 2 diabetes. Researchers from the Pasteur Institute of Lille and from the PhLAM laboratory propose to address this question though a mathematical approach, in a paper published in the 18 october issue of Cell Reports.

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A robust and flexible genetic pulse generator

A collaboration between physicists from KU Leuven and from Laboratory PhLAM has identified a small genetic circuit which behaves as a robust and flexible protein pulse generator. These results are published in Physical Review Letters.

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A Terahertz oscilloscope for studies of synchrotron radiation

PhLAM researchers recently developed a new type of "terahertz oscilloscope", and used it for recording Terahertz pulses emitted in synchrotron radiation facilities. The required extreme (...)

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Appointment to the IUF

Arnaud Mussot, professor at Lille PhLAM laboratory was appointed junior member at the "Institut Universitaire de France"

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Leconte Prize

The price in 2015 was awarded to Jean-Claude Garreau, director of research at the Centre national de la recherche scientifique at the Laser Physics Laboratory, Atoms, Molecules of Lille.

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Lectures and seminars of Trevor Sears

Trevor Sears, Brookhaven National Laboratory, State University of New York at Stony Brook, invited professor, will give series of lectures and seminars, 7-21 November.

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PHD Defense :Aurore Woller

«Entrainment of the mammalian circadian clock by metabolism in the liver: a quantitative mathematical model »

THURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29TH 2016 at 2:30 PM — Faculté de Pharmacie de Lille, Amphithéâtre Jouvet

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PhLAM team article figure selected for the Phys. Rev. E "Kaleidoscope"

A figure from a PhLAM team article selected by the Physical Review E Editor to be displayed on the journal web site as part of the "Kaleidoscope".

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Portable Nano-Particle Emission Measurement System

The PEMs4Nano project (which started in October 1, 2016) addresses the development (based on current direct injection gasoline engines) of measurement procedures down to 10nm, providing a contribution to future regulation on particle emissions, in particular in real driving conditions. The activities planned in the project will also support the understanding, measurement and regulation of particle emissions below 23 nm (with the threshold of at least 10 nm)

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Seminar Marcel Clerc

«Spatiotemporal Chaotic Localized State in Liquid Crystal Light Valve Experiments with Optical Feedback»

Vendredi 17 avril — 14h30 — salle 172

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