Daniel Iffla Osiris - Institut Pasteur
News
2018.07.02
The square known as "Place Daniel Iffla-Osiris", at the junction of boulevard Haussmann and boulevard des Italiens in Paris, was officially opened on June 27,...
La recherche en 3D selon Albane Imbert, ingénieure à l’Institut Pasteur
News
2018.07.02
Albane's digital fabrication laboratory, or Fab Lab for those in the know, can be found in the Institut Pasteur's newest building. This is the place where...
candida albicans - institut pasteur
News
2018.06.27
Candida albicans is one of the most formidable fungal species, causing infection in humans. Investigating the structure and reproduction methods of pathogenic...
News
2018.07.02
Countering the bacteria responsible for leptospirosis by attacking the "shield" they make to protect themselves: this is the strategy that Roman Thibeaux, a...
HKU to Collaborate on Biomedical Innovation with the Institut Pasteur and Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation - Institut Pasteur
Document de presse
2018.06.21
The University of Hong Kong (“HKU”), the Institut Pasteur and Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation (“HKSTP”) signed a Memorandum of Understanding...
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Report
2018.06.22
With the naked eye, humans can make out a detail measuring roughly 1 mm from a distance of 3 meters. Titan Krios™, the world's most powerful microscope, which...
Le Professeur Christine Petit reçoit le Prix Kavli 2018
Document de presse
2018.05.31
The Institut Pasteur, the Collège de France, the French Academy of Sciences and Inserm are honored to announce that the Norwegian Academy of Science and...
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News
2018.06.20
On June 21 and 22, 2018, an international conference on Emerging Infections and Pandemic Risk, co-organized by the Institut Pasteur and the SCOR Foundation for...
News
2018.06.18
In official relation with WHO since 2016, the Pasteur International Network Association, represented by Nadia Khelef, presented 3 statements during the 71st...
VIH : une piste de thérapie cellulaire issue de la recherche sur les patients « contrôleurs »
Document de presse
2018.06.14
Rare patients infected by HIV spontaneously control viral replication without antiretroviral therapy, and do not go on to develop AIDS. The ability of these...

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