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    Center for Integrative Biology

    The Center for Integrative Biology in Toulouse (CBI Toulouse) regroups five research departments that form a strong pole in post-genomic biology, with a total of about 400 researchers.

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    The new CBI building is coming out of the ground !

    By 2020, the CBI will benefit from new premises, designed and built in close cooperation with users.This operation is part of a funding "Toulouse Campus" f...


     

    Cell migration in the asymmetric brain of fish

    During embryogenesis or in the context of tumor invasion, cells must integrate surrounding signals to coordinate their migration, but this process remains ...

    The histone code in response to DNA double-strand breaks

    The appearance of double-strand breaks in DNA can lead to different neurological diseases and cancers. Thomas Clouaire, Coline Arnould, Marion Aguirrebengo...

    Laure CRABBE and her team joined the CBI in September 2018

    Laure Crabbe's team, coming from the Institute of Integrative Cell Biology (I2BC) in Gif sur Yvette, has just joined the CBI (LBCMCP-CBI).Laure Crabbe did ...

    Les Cafés du Quai - Jérôme Cavaillé

    Les Cafés du Quai – « Sciences & Health » cycleProposed by Inserm and the University of Toulouse III - Paul Sabatier  Prader-Willi Syndrome: a rare d...

    Filming the life of viruses

    LBME and ITAV researchers in collaboration with the CBI Electron Microscopy Department and NeoVirtech have succeeded in adapting ANCHOR technology allowing...

    A Lecture by Guy Theraulaz at the Collège de France (Paris)

    On October 19, 2018,Guy Theraulaz (CRCA-CBI) will give a lecture entitled"L'intelligence collective des sociétés animales"Abstract:Many animal species ex...

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    Lessons for human collaboration from studying collective intelligence in animal groups

    From 9 till 14 July 2018, the city of Toulouse has been chosen to host the EuroScience Open Forum (ESOF) and brings to Toulouse the designation of "Europ...

    Bees understand the concept of zero

    Bees are able to represent themselves and interpret zero. This is what Aurore Avarguès-Weber, CRCA researcher and her Australian colleagues have just demo...

    Flowers connected to study bees and a participatory approach...

    Flowers connected to study bees and a participatory approach....An original tool has just been developed by Mathieu Lihoreau of CRCA with high school stude...

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