Location: Paris - Ile-de-France
Sorbonne University is one of three four establishments that has been awarded funding for the creation of a French-Indian campus in the Indo-Pacific. The call for projects was launched by the Ministries of Europe and Foreign Affairs and of Higher Education and Research.
Research consortiums on processes in the Southern Ocean and Antarctica. With Jean-Baptiste Sallée. Two important European projects have joined together to bridge knowledge gaps regarding climate changes in the Antarctic and Southern Ocean.
The large morphological classes of galaxies have fascinated astronomers since their discovery. A new analysis led by Louis Quilley, PhD student (Sorbonne University), and Valérie de Lapparent, researcher at the Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris (IAP), establishes a physical link between the order of the different types of the famous Hubble sequence, and the systematic evolution of galaxies.
Multidisciplinary research - Professor and immunologist Wilson Savino attaches particular importance to France and Sorbonne University. Indeed, for several decades, this Brazilian has been working to develop partnerships between French health organisations and his employer, the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (Fiocruz), a major biomedical science institution.
Sorbonne University continues the renovation of its real estate and the acquisition of research equipment. With the assistance of the State-Region Plan Contract (CPER) 2021-2027, which will allow Sorbonne University to benefit from 53.9 million euros for university real estate and an additional 6.6 million euros from the Île-de-France Region to finance research equipment projects.
According to United Nations projections, there will be approximately 9.7 billion people on the planet by 2050. How can we manage to feed all these people? Gilles Billen, Emeritus Research Director at the CNRS and biogeochemist at the laboratory of Environmental Media, Transfers and Interactions in Hydrosystems and Soils (METIS) at Sorbonne University, gives his recommendations.
A new approach to alleviating emergency room congestion using a flow simulator. Led by Dr. Youri Yordanov and researcher Xavier Allamigeon, this ambitious collaborative project has won the Bernoulli Lab Challenge.
Elisabeth Angel-Perez, Vice President for Research and Innovation, presents Sorbonne University's main research priorities, along with its current projects and future challenges.
"Visual Arts and Scientific Experiences" (SUAVES) is one of the projects selected by the French National Research Agency (ANR) following the call for projects "Science with and for society-scientific, technical and industrial culture".