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    The Centre for Integrative Biology of Toulouse (CBI) launches its annual call for the recruitment of new group leaders.

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    Year of Biology 2021-2022

    Organized by the CNRS and the French Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports, the Year of Biology aims to bring the worlds of teaching and research closer ...


    Engine controlling the size of DNA loops on chromosomes

    The three-dimensional (3D) organization of genomes undergoes profound changes during the cell cycle to ensure the proper functioning of biological processe...

    3rd Meeting of the French Optogenetics Club organized on June 23 & 24, 2022 at CBI

    The meeting aims at bringing together all cell biologists, developmental biologists and biophysicists who use or plan to use OPTOGENETICS for their researc...

    One day with Anne-Lise Soulet, prevention assistant

    In 2022, the CNRS is highlighting prevention assistants (PAs) and their mission: to identify and prevent all risks to which staff are exposed, in order to ...

    The BLM's double game at DNA breaks

    Active regions of the genome are particularly fragile and DNA double-strand breaks can occur in genes that are being transcribed. Particular RNA/DNA hybrid...

    Congratulations to Bertrand Griffe winner of the CNRS crystal award!

    The CNRS has awarded a crystal medal to Bertrand Griffe, head of the CBI logistics hub, in recognition of his professionalism, his very high level of techn...

    The CBI and the International Nucleome Consortium (INC) are organizing their symposium in Toulouse

    The symposium "Nuclear Architecture and Functions" organized by CBI and INC consortium will take place from June 28 to July 1, 2022 at CBI in Toulouse.Inte...

    Growth inhibition of the tuberculosis bacillus by one of its toxins

    Some bacteria produce toxins that allow them to control their own growth, thus facilitating a rapid adaptation to different stresses or other aggressions o...

    Dopamine-mobilized foragers: the discovery of a ‘wanting’ neurotransmitter in bees

    The mammalian brain constantly scans the world in search of potential rewards; dopamine is the signal associated with this seeking behavior. This neurotran...

    What do bees think about?

    Have you ever watched a bee carefully and without disturbing it? Perhaps you wondered what was going on in its head. Was it afraid? Did it even notice you?...

    The odyssey of ants!

    Thirteen thousand species of ants identified on earth! In this book, Audrey Dussutour and Antoine Wystrach, researchers at the CRCA-CBI, focus on an essent...

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