Labex EpiGenMed & Labex Numev & Grisbi Joint Meeting

Parent Category: Actualités Published: Tuesday, 20 February 2018

Biophysics: Today and Beyond

The Physics of Unconventional Systems


organized by E. Margeat, G. Massiera, P.E. Milhiet, M. Nobili, J. Palmeri, A. Parmeggiani


Genopolys amphitheatre - Tuesday, April 3 until Thursday, April 5

On Tuesday evening and Wednesday noon there will be a buffet/poster sessions.


Labex EpiGenMed Labex Numev Grisbi Joint Meeting 2018

Invited speakers:


Chantal Abergel (IGS, Marseille)

Stephen Baghdiguian (ISEM, Montpellier)

Patricia Bassereau (Institut Curie, Paris)

Christophe Blanc (L2C, Montpellier)

Dieter Braun (LMU, Munich)
Jacques Colinge (IRCM, Montpellier)

Bertrand Fourcade (LiPhy, Grenoble)

Sébastien Granier (IGF, Montpellier)

Manoel Manghi (LPT, Toulouse)

Marcelo Nollmann (CBS, Montpellier)

Jacques Prost (Institut Curie, Paris)

Sergei Rochal (South Fed Univ, Rostov)


Click here for the program!

Registration is free of charge, but mandatory, using the following link :

Registration before March 21, 2018:

The number of participants is 90 so register early!


For abstract submission for poster and oral communications, follow the link:
Deadline for registration and abstract submission is March 18th

We are looking forward to seeing you next April!


Prix Coups d'élan pour la recherche française

Parent Category: Actualités Published: Friday, 17 November 2017

Fondation Bettencourt Shueller 2NOLLMANN


Marcelo Nollmann, team leader at the CBS (Centre de Biochemie Structurale de Montpellier), has been selected for the 2017 Prix coups d'élan pour la recherche française awarded by the Bettencourt Schueller Foundation.


The Labex EpiGenMed warmly congratulates Marcelo Nollmann!


For more information and to get to know all the awarded scientist click here.

Coference inter-Labex CRISPR-Cas9

Parent Category: Actualités Published: Wednesday, 19 July 2017
Affiche CRISPR finale

On Mai 16th, 2017 a conference on "CRISPR-Cas9" has been organized by three Labex: EpiGenMed, CeMEB and Agro.


Have a look at the videos of the different presentations:[]=152[]=152

March for Science – April 22nd 2017 - in France and in Montpellier

Parent Category: Actualités Published: Tuesday, 28 March 2017
 March 22 04  

The March for Science was initiated in the United States as a reaction to the denial of science, and the questioning of its place in American society. The movement has spread rapidly all over the world.


In France, the March will take the form of a large non-partisan meeting between the public and scientists, covering three major topics:


Defending the independence and freedom of public research.

Promoting a better dialogue between the sciences and society.

Reinforcing the use of scientific methods and results in the process of political decision-making.

The initiative is supported by the CNRS, INSERM, INRA, INRIA, CEA, IRD, CPU, CURIF and a growing number of universities.


For more information, see:


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