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Group leader position on “Quantitative Approaches for the Study of Regeneration”

A group leader position is opened at the Institut de Biologie Valrose (iBV), Nice, France. We are seeking a candidate ...
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Biological Image Processing and Analysis (BioIAS) Symposium

Registration is open for The “Biological Image Processing and Analysis (BioIAS)” symposium organized with support from the UCAJEDI Academies of ...
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Technical tips for stats and RNA detection with Alia Bahri

Alia is a 5th-year PhD student working in Arnaud Hubstenberger’s team whose dedicated to unravel the regulation of RNA condensates ...
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iBV at the Semaine du Cerveau 2024

(🇬🇧 below) Un grand merci aux membres de l’Institut de Biologie Valrose pour leur très forte mobilisation à l’occasion de ...
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Spotlight on the study published by Michèle Studer in the journal Protein Science in partnership with the “genetic code expansion” (GCE) platform headed by Krittalak Chakrabandhu

Spotlight on the study published by Michèle Studer in the journal Protein Science, in partnership with the “genetic code expansion” ...
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Meeting with Laure Blanc-Féraud (MORPHEME Team: i3S/iBV/INRIA), mathematician specialized in image processing, recently awarded the CNRS Silver Medal

Rencontre avec Laure Blanc-Féraud (Equipe MORPHEME : i3S/iBV/INRIA), mathématicienne spécialisée dans le traitement d’images, et récemment récompensée par la médaille ...
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MT180: Congratulations to Niels Fjerdingstad

Un grand bravo à Niels Fjerdingstad, notre candidat iBV, qui remporte le prix du lycéen lors de la finale azuréenne ...
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Do not miss an exciting talk accessible to an interdisciplinary audience on how aquatic creatures optimize their swimming

MECABIONIC Seminar Series – Optimum control strategies for maximum thrust production in underwater undulatory swimming Fish, cetaceans and many other ...
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Thomas Lamonerie’s team highlighted in Nice Matin for its recent work on anxiety

L’équipe de Thomas Lamonerie mise en lumière dans Nice Matin pour ses travaux récents sur l’anxiété  Thomas Lamonerie’s team highlighted ...
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Imaris workshop for single-molecule RNA localization in brains with Bruna De Queiroz

Wrapping up her PhD in neurosciences in the lab of Dr. Florence Besse, Bruna dedicated her time to unravel the ...
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The Symphony of Science: An unexpected synergy between music and biology with Nicolas Roby

Nicolas Roby is a 4th year PhD student from Matteo Rauzi’s lab, dedicated to the understanding of tissue biomechanics. Recently, ...
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Sexual identity is perceived and acting in somatic tissues, with Chloé Hérault

As a 4th-year PhD candidate working in Bruno Hudry’s lab, Chloé is focusing her efforts on improving our understanding of ...
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Niels Fjerdingstad, étudiant en thèse pionnier des opportunités Biotech !

Niels Fjerdingstad, étudiant en thèse pionnier des opportunités Biotech ! (see 🇬🇧 bellow) Passionné par la compréhension des maladies affectant le ...
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Popkova et al. from the Rauzi team publish in Dev. Cell a pioneer work on morphogenetic waves during embryonic development.

A morphogenetic wave travels along a biochemical guide to sculpt an epithelial furrow during embryo development Epithelial furrowing is a ...
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Morgane Le Rolle, from the study of gonadal development to the development of new drugs for animal health!

Morgane Le Rolle, from the study of gonadal development to the development of new drugs for animal health! (see 🇫🇷 ...
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La vulgarisation scientifique à l’iBV : des IT très impliquées !

(de gauche à droite: Nadine Gautier, Aline Chessel, Laurence Lavenant, Stéphanie Bogliolo) La vulgarisation scientifique à l’iBV : des IT ...
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Guillaume Sandoz’s team highlighted in Nice Matin for its recent advances in optogenetics!

L’équipe de Guillaume Sandoz mise en lumière dans Nice Matin pour ses avancées récentes en optogénétique! Guillaume Sandoz’s team highlighted ...
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Elodie Grégoire : Plus or minus three amino acids in Wt1 makes the sex difference!

https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/science.add8831 What are the genetic cascades controlling sexual determinism making us men or women? A gene, Wt1, was previously shown ...
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Brainstorming session: Generating oxydative stress and ROS in cells with Marion Bied

Meet Marion Bied, a dynamic 3rd-year Ph.D. student working in the lab of Guillaume Sandoz, whose lab is at the ...
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Pascal THÉROND récipiendaire du prix Eloi COLLERY 2023 de l’Académie Nationale de Médecine

Pascal Thérond vient d’être honoré par l’Académie Nationale de Médecine en recevant le Prix Eloi COLLERY 2023. Créé en 1987 ...
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Congratulations to Yasmine Neirijnck and Agnes Banreti for their INSERM permanent positions!

Yasmine Neirijnck and Agnes Banreti were both recruited by INSERM this year as permanent researchers at the iBV. We asked ...
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Bruno HUDRY nommé EMBO Young Investigator

Bruno Hudry vient d’être nommé EMBO Young Investigator par la prestigieuse Organisation Européenne de Biologie Moléculaire (EMBO), qui compte parmi ...
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Understanding brain left-right asymmetry with Cloé Fixary-Schuster

Cloé is a 4th-year Ph.D student from Dr. Stéphane Noselli’s lab, which is interested in the establishment of the left-right ...
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Nicolas ROBY and Emily PLUMB, actors of the revival of the iBV PhD student community

Nicolas Roby, a member of Matteo Rauzi’s team, explains that the revival of the iBV “ PhD pizza club” has ...
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Brain and retinal organoids workshop : applications and challenges with Paolo Piovani

Paolo is a 2nd-year PhD student in the lab of Dr. Michèle Studer, whose team is dedicated to the understanding ...
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CRISPR constructs for in vivo gene editing workshop with Mathilde Solyga

Mathilde is a dedicated 3rd-year PhD student working in the lab of Dr. Florence Besse, where she aims to dissect ...
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MECABIONIC Symposium – Mechanobiology across scales: from the molecule to the organism and back

https://mecabionic.sciencesconf.org/ Contacts: matteo.rauzi@univ.cotedazur.fr rachele.allena@univ.cotedazur.fr ...
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Exploring biotech & pharma opportunities during your PhD with Niels Fjerdingstad

Niels Fjerdingstad is a determined third-year PhD student working in Thomas Lamonerie’s lab. He’s focused on understanding the complex science ...
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DiogenX

La startup cofondée par Patrick Collombat et axée sur le traitement du diabète de type 1 effectue une nouvelle levée ...
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The 2022 price for the best thesis awarded to Andres Cardona by the Life and Health Sciences doctoral school !

Andres, can you introduce yourself and tell us how you arrived at the iBV? I come from Colombia where I ...
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Florence Besse, élue membre de l’European Molecular Biology Organisation (EMBO)

Florence Besse, Directrice de l’institut de Biologie Valrose à l’Université Côte d’Azur, a été nommée le 4 juillet 2023 membre ...
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Group leader position at the Institut de Biologie Valrose (iBV), Nice, France

Print A Group leader position is open at the Institut de Biologie Valrose (iBV), Nice, France. We are seeking a ...
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ExAdEx-Innov accueille la SATT Sud-Est à son capital

Grande nouvelle ! ExAdEx-Innov, la startup prometteuse basée au Bio-Incubateur de l’institut de Biologie Valrose accueille la SATT Sud-Est à ...
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Manipulating sex chromosomes to elucidate their role in longevity with Charlene Clot

Charlene, currently a 3rd-year PhD student working in the lab of Bruno Hudry, is exploring the fascinating domain of sex ...
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Identifying new molecular actors of adipose tissue remodelling to fight obesity with Pierre-Louis Batrow

Pierre-Louis, currently a 2nd year PhD student in Dr. Ez-Zoubir AMRI’s lab, took advantage of our club’s young researchers community ...
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SiMPull : Next-generation quantitative tool for biomolecular interactions with Arnaud Landra-Willm

Arnaud is a 4th-year PhD student working in the lab of Guillaume Sandoz. His work aims to develop new tools ...
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Keeping up with scientific literature by Emily Plumb

As a 2nd year PhD student in the lab of Dr. Rob Arkowitz, Emily explores the mechanisms controlling the spatial ...
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Raphaël Rapetti-Mauss: Médaille de Bronze du CNRS 2023

Chercheur en biologie spécialisé dans l’étude du cancer à l’Institut de biologie Valrose, Raphaël Rapetti-Mauss s’intéresse à la fonction des ...
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iBV Career Series #2 : Development of transferable skills to transition from academia to Life Sciences consulting

This series aims to provide PhD students and postdocs with an understanding of different career options in Life Sciences. Through ...
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iBV Career Series #1: Career paths in Biotech and Pharma companies with Christian Czech

This series aims to provide PhD students and postdocs with an understanding of different career options in Life Sciences. Through ...
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/ Career Talks, News, PhD Club

FAPseq: a new tool to address transcriptome-wide gene regulation with Amira Ouertani

As a 2nd year PhD student working in the lab of Dr. Arnaud Hubstenberger, Amira dedicates her time to the ...
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Genetic Code Expansion workshop with Wanchana Phromkrasae

As a 4th year PhD student in the lab of Dr. Michèle Studer, Wanchana focused his efforts in developing new ...
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Colon organoids to unravel carcinogenic mechanisms with Camille Berenguier

Wrapping up her PhD in Electrophysiology and Cell Biology in the lab of Dr. Olivier Soriani, Camille shared with us ...
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Image analysis workshop with Zeinab Rekad

Finishing her PhD in Cell Biology in the lab of Dr. Van Obberghen Schilling, and passionate about microscopy, Zeinab shared ...
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ExAdEx-Innov ObAdEx Biotherapy Project Labeled by Eurobiomed

ObAdEx, our innovative biotherapy product in development for chronic metabolic diseases associated to obesity, gets labelled by Eurobiomed, the healthtech ...
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Seminar: Travis THOMSON (Wed 1 Feb, 2 pm)

From: UMass Chan Medical School, Worcester MA, USA Will give a seminar entitled: Gems in the Junkyard: Transposonic Sequences that ...
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“Fête de la Science”: A Lab in the Albert 1er Garden

As every fall for more than thirty years, the “Fête de la science” has celebrated the sharing of knowledge and ...
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SK2 channels: a signaling hub in pancreatic cancer

Understanding the relationships between cancer cells and the tumor ecosystem is a major challenge to understand the pathophysiology and identify ...
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iBV is very proud to announce the launch of ExAdEx-Innov, a new start-up led by Vincent DANI, post-doc at iBV since 2019

Obesity is characterized by an accumulation of white adipose tissue and a loss of beige adipose tissue (BAT), the latter ...
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Group leader position on “Systems Genomics Approaches for the Study of Neuronal pathologies” available at the Institut de Biologie Valrose, Nice, France

Print A Group leader position is open at the Institut de Biologie Valrose (iBV), Nice, France. We are seeking a ...
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The embryo puts on a string to initiate gastrulation

Embryo gastrulation is the process by which the blastoderm tissue is remodeled and different groups of cells are translocated in ...
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Sandoz team highlighted by Inserm in “scientific advances of 2021”

“Inserm scientific advances” selects each year some remarkable discoveries from fundamental, clinical and technological research laboratories. This year, ten studies ...
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Tenure-track position on “Quantitative Approaches for the Study of Regeneration” available at the Institut de Biologie Valrose, Nice, France

Print   A tenior-track position funded by the Inserm and the University Côte d’Azur (UCA) is opened at the Institut ...
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Call for Chairs of Excellence – Labex SIGNALIFE

The Laboratory of Excellence for Innovation in Signal Transduction Pathways in Life Sciences (Labex SIGNALIFE) brings together high-profile researchers from ...
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30th edition of the “fête de la science”! iBV staff was present

Created in 1991, the “Fête de la Science” is organized every year by the “Ministère de l’Enseignement Supérieur de la ...
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Best PhD thesis 2020 award for Pablo AVALOS PRADO from iBV

The annual PhD prize was awarded to Pablo AVALOS PRADO by The Council of the Doctoral School at his autumn ...
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The iBV at the “No Finish Line”: 188 km for the Haut-Pays valleys

The Covid-19 pandemic still has a major impact on global health and economy. It also makes everyday life more difficult, ...
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A two-tier junctional mechanism drives composite morphogenesis

Morphogenesis is the process via which tissue shape is remodeled to give form to life during embryo development. Understanding the ...
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Tyramine induces dynamic RNP granule remodeling and translation activation in the Drosophila brain

Biomolecular condensates are membraneless organelles involved in the dynamic compartmentalisation of cells. If condensates rich in repressed RNAs and regulatory ...
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Celebrating iBV diversity: welcome India and Sri Lanka!

Now more than ever, diversity and its various dimensions are celebrated values in many organizations, including research institutes. International and ...
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Rob Arkowitz elected fellow of the American Academy of Microbiology (AAM)

Rob Arkowitz has been elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Microbiology and is among 65 newly elected Fellows of ...
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The power of stem cells

Le pouvoir des cellules souches Annie Ladoux, chercheur à l’Inserm à l'iBV dans l’équipe de Christian Dani nous emmène dans ...
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/ DANI, News

Maternal self-sacrifice in C. elegans: an example of genetic assimilation

Genetic assimilation – the evolutionary process during which an initially environmentally sensitive phenotype becomes genetically fixed and environmentally insensitive – ...
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Challenging the protein complexes dogma

Ion channels are essential players in physiology, underlying nerve impulse and the activation of a wide variety of biological processes ...
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20M€ for InnoSkel, a new start-up launched by Elvire Gouze at iBV

The 'institut de Biologie Valrose' (iBV) is very proud to announce the launch of InnoSkel, a new start-up led by ...
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Call for Chairs of Excellence – Labex SIGNALIFE

The Laboratory of Excellence for Innovation in Signal Transduction Pathways in Life Sciences (Labex SIGNALIFE) brings together high-profile researchers from ...
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Call for Applications SIGNALIFE Labex Innovation Program Young Entrepreneur Program (YEP)

Context  The SIGNALIFE Labex Innovation Program is launching the 2020 YEP Call for Projects with the following objectives: To support ...
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Immune cells held hostage in the tumor stroma!

The malignant progression of epithelial tumors is strongly dependent on the interactions between cancer cells and their environment. Thanks to ...
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Evolution of a trade-off between two life history traits in the nematode C. elegans.

Adaptive developmental plasticity is the ability of a species to produce distinct phenotypes depending on the environmental conditions under which ...
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iBV Researchers and clinicians join forces to fight glioblastoma

Improving cancer treatment requires a better understanding of how cancer stem cells (CSC) are maintained in solid tumors. By studying ...
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NR2F1, a key factor involved in structural and functional development of the neocortex

NR2F1, also known as COUP-TFI, is a key factor involved in brain development especially in the organization of the neocortex ...
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The egg puts on a corset to get the right shape

Thanks to an interdisciplinary and exciting collaboration between the iBV and the CBI in Toulouse, the Rauzi and the Wang ...
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Lockdown is not idleness!

The team of Marie-Christine Chaboissier at iBV has been involved for several years in the study of mechanisms that govern ...
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Novel factors discovered that orchestrate kidney formation

The team of Andréas Schedl at iBV has long been interested in deciphering transcriptional mechanisms that control organs development and ...
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Hedgehog signalling modulates glial proteostasis and lifespan

In humans, aging has been linked to various defects that lead to loss of irreplaceable cells, including neurons and glial ...
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Second edition of the iBV Winter Night Hike: Russian hills!

When planning to hike in winter’s evenings, you have no other choice than exploring your urban surroundings and hoping for ...
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Election to the Academy of Sciences of Pierre Léopold, former team leader at iBV

The iBV is very happy to congratulate Pierre Léopold on his election to the Academy of Sciences which took place ...
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UCA Annual Award Ceremony 2019: 4 iBV members recognized this year !

It is now a tradition and highlight at the Université Cote d’Azur (UCA): the Annual Award Ceremony to recognize awardees ...
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Thomas Juan, PhD student of Maximilian Fürthauer’s team at iBV, winner of the Bettencourt Prize for Young Researchers 2019

Thomas Juan has just been awarded the Bettencourt Prize for Young Researchers for his work at iBV in the team ...
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The 2018 annual PhD prize was awarded to Jeshlee Cyril VIJAYAKUMAR

The 2018 annual PhD prize was awarded to Jeshlee Cyril VIJAYAKUMAR at the autumn meeting of the Doctoral School of Life ...
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When iBV researchers meet Art at the Museum of Modern Art

Last September 22nd, iBV researchers met the general public in the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MAMAC) in Nice ...
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Genetic basis of sperm size in C. elegans: a role for the chromatin remodeling complex NURF-1

Spermatozoa come in many incredible shapes and sizes across species, with sperm competition being one of the main factors driving ...
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New ERC Starting Grant at iBV !

Bruno Hudry, CNRS researcher and team leader at iBV has just been awarded the prestigious ERC Starting Grant from the ...
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Resetting cell polarity with light

A loss of cell polarity is frequently observed in advanced tumors, correlated with their invasion and metastasis. However, little is ...
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Intestinal sex differences in sugar metabolism regulates sperm production

New work from Dr Bruno Hudry at Valrose Biology Institute (http://ibv.unice.fr/research-team/hudry/) and Prof Irene Miguel-Aliaga at MRC London Institute of ...
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iBV is laureate of the CNRS program for ‘Quality of Life at Work’ !

Working in a research lab is a matter of passion but also of hard work! With recurrent stress from the ...
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From disease to transport in neuronal cells ‘s remodeling, the major role played by a prion-like domain

The unstructured prion domains or Prion-like domains (PLDs) are present in hundreds of proteins. Although mutations in these domains have ...
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/ BESSE, News

iBV through the photographer’s eye – National Superior School of Photography, Arles

As an Inserm initiative to promote exchanges between Science and Art (see text below by Catherine D’Astier), students from the ...
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Why are women more at risk of adrenal cancer?

In this study (Cell Stem Cell, May 2019), Andreas Schedl and his team demonstrate both that a striking sex-difference in ...
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Walking seasons

In these days of record-shattering heat, remembering the iBV night hike of last January might help cooling down the atmosphere ...
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Pfizer acquires TherAchon, the iBV hosted biotech company involved in curing skeletal dysplasia

The ‘institut de Biologie Valrose’ (iBV) congratulates Elvire Gouze, Group Leader at iBV (http://ibv.unice.fr/research-team/gouze/), for her visionary and successful project ...
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“All ends well that starts bad”: The iBV team at the 2019 Nice running days

There are days when you just feel lucky. Not exactly at your wakeup time, when lightning strikes and heavy rain ...
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The iBV running team welcomes hikers at the Trail des Merveilles !

The success of the iBV Night Hike and Run last January, with 30 people exploring the hills of Pessicart and ...
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“Multi-angle-TIRF” : a molecular resolution optical microscope developed at iBV

Being able to resolve biological signals and structures is central to understanding how molecules, organelles and cells are organized and ...
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iBV running team at “Prom Classic”

The Prom Classic is probably Nice’s most iconic race and with its 8000 finishers, this 20th edition was no exception! ...
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iBV Christmas Party – First UCA Zero Waste Event

The iBV Christmas Party is a most anticipated event, celebrating a year of discoveries and scientific accomplishments around the now ...
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Discovery of novel mechanisms that cause migraines

Researchers at CNRS, Université Côte d’Azur and Inserm have demonstrated a new mechanism related to the onset of migraine. In ...
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UCA annual Award Ceremony: 7 iBV members recognised for their scientific contributions

iBV is a member of Université Cote d’Azur (UCA), a cluster of Research and Higher Education on the French Riviera. Each ...
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The origins of asymmetry: A protein that makes you do the twist

Asymmetry plays a major role in biology at every scale: think of DNA spirals, the fact that the human heart ...
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“Best PhD thesis 2017” award ceremony

The annual PhD prize was awarded to Thomas JUAN at the autumn meeting of the Doctoral School. On this occasion, Thomas presented a ...
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The iBV team on a very autumnal ‘Ratapignata Trail’ (‘Bat Trail’ in local Nissart language) !

It was a slick, muddy, rocky and very wet Sunday morning around the Mont Chauve ! But these difficult conditions were surely ...
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Nicole Wagner, iBV researcher, presented the promises of cancer immunotherapy – The Evening of Hope, Monaco. October, 16th 2018

Cancer immunotherapy is a major approach to fight cancer. Nicole Wagner, Inserm Researcher at iBV, presented the promises and outcomes ...
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Stéphane NOSELLI is elected Member of Academia Europaea

Stéphane NOSELLI, Director of the ‘institut de Biologie Valrose (iBV)’ (UCA, UNS, CNRS, Inserm), has been elected a member of ...
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Poster Prize awarded to UCA PhD student in International Conference, Berlin 2018

Goodbye Flat Biology is a Conference Series of the European Association for Cancer Research that brings together scientists interested in ...
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iBV at the MAMAC for the « Journées Européennes du Patrimoine »

Several researchers from the institute were invited by the MAMAC to participate to the exhibition ‘Art and Science’. iBV researchers ...
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Masters Day – Journées des Masters

We welcome the Master students from the Nice Doctoral School who will visit iBV on Sept. 27th (12h45-18h00). S. Noselli ...
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University Choir Open Days

You like singing! join the University Choir, a cosmopolitan workgroup open to all (students, teachers, researchers, engineers, scientific & administrative ...
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iBV Running Club – Hike-picnic at Eze Nietzsche’s path

Clotilde Gimond has organized another wonderful outing near iBV. Runners, trailers and hikers from iBV have gathered to walk their ...
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PhD Prize awarded to Thomas JUAN from iBV !

The Nice Doctoral School has awarded its annual PhD Prize to Thomas JUAN (Maximilian FURTHAUER‘s Team). During his PhD Thomas has studied ...
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Welcome to the new iBV web site!

After several years, the new Institut de Biologie Valrose website has launched! We have redesigned and improved our website for ...
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MAMAC – “Art et Sciences, l’art du partage” Dimanche 16 Septembre 2018 de 14h00 à 18h00

Museum of Modern Art (MAMAC, Nice) and ‘Galerie des Ponchettes’ launched “The European Heritage Days” on Saturday, 15th and Sunday ...
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The iBV Running Club organized its first «Trail&Picnic» day at Mt Chauve !

The iBV Running Club (organizer: C. Gimmond) organized its first ‘Trail&Picnic’ outing at the Mt Chauve on June, 28th. Mt ...
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ANDERSEN Ditte – ERC Starting Grants 2018

DK – University of Copenhagen Identification of paracrine and systemic signals controlling adult stem cell activity and organ homeostasis FlyGutHomeostasis ...
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