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Séminaires CBI de la semaine du 22-11-2021 au 28-11-2021

Lundi 22 Novembre

Défense HDR/PhD
Titre : cbi seminar
15:30
IBCG | Salle Conférence (Hors-COVID = 100 pers., COVID = 50 pers.)
PICS 3 CODE
CODE séminaire public
Titre : Séminiare PICS 3 CODE
11:00
4R4-RDC | Salle Conférence (Hors-COVID = 182 pers., COVID = 91 pers.)

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Mardi 23 Novembre

Eric Theveneau
STADE séminaire public
Titre : Paracrine regulation of neural crest EMT by placodal MMP28
11:00
4R4-RDC | Salle Conférence (Hors-COVID = 182 pers., COVID = 91 pers.)
Emily Baird (Stockholm University) Séminaire ANNULE
BEHAVIOR séminaire public
Titre : Some don't like it hot: Assessing the effect of climate change on the morphology and behaviour of insect pollinators
12:15
4R4-RDC | Salle Conférence (Hors-COVID = 182 pers., COVID = 91 pers.)

In the temperate regions of northern Europe, Asia and America, bumblebees and butterflies are two of the most essential taxa for pollination. The great success of these insect groups is largely due to their ability to develop and forage in colder temperatures than those typically required for ectotherm species. However, studies have shown that pollinator populations in temperate climates are decreasing at an alarming rate. One of the factors that is likely responsible for these declines is the rapidly increasing environmental temperature associated with climate change. Exactly how increasing temperatures could contribute to the vulnerability of insect pollinators and how this affects the development and function of the sensory and neural structures and behaviour necessary for foraging remains unclear. In this talk, I will present work that my lab has been doing to address this knowledge gap in bumblebees and butterflies.

Défense HDR/PhD
Titre : Soutenance de thèse Vincent ROCHER
14:00
4R4-RDC | Salle Conférence (Hors-COVID = 182 pers., COVID = 91 pers.)
SYSMIC séminaire public
Titre : SysMic SeminarsNov21
17:30
IBCG | Salle Conférence (Hors-COVID = 100 pers., COVID = 50 pers.)

Mercredi 24 Novembre

Pierre Clavel Centre for Anthropobiology & Genomics of Toulouse (CAGT)
Autre séminaire
Titre : What biological consequences of major historical events such as pandemics on human populations?
00:00
4R4-RDC | Salle Conférence (Hors-COVID = 182 pers., COVID = 91 pers.)

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Jeudi 25 Novembre

Team Pituello: Julie Pignolet "Regulation of the restriction point activation during early neurogenesis in the chicken spinal cord"
CELLDYN séminaire interne
Titre : Regulation of the restriction point activation during early neurogenesis in the chicken spinal cord
09:30
4R4-RDC | Salle Conférence (Hors-COVID = 182 pers., COVID = 91 pers.)

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Maxime Delmas, INRAE, ToxAlim
CBI séminaire public
Titre : FORUM: Building a Knowledge Graph from public databases and scientific literature to extract associations between chemicals and diseases
13:30
4R4-RDC | Salle Conférence (Hors-COVID = 182 pers., COVID = 91 pers.)
 Maxime Delmas (INRAE - ToxAlim) parlera de :
"FORUM: Building a Knowledge Graph from public databases and scientific literature to extract associations between chemicals and diseases."

 

 

 

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Vendredi 26 Novembre

Patrick Lemaire (CRBM, Montpellier)
CBI séminaire public
Titre : Impact of cell-cell communication range on the reproducibility of ascidian embryonic development
11:00
4R4-RDC | Salle Conférence (Hors-COVID = 182 pers., COVID = 91 pers.)

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Pierre-Emanuel GLEIZES & Simon LEBARON Team Gleizes , Université de Toulouse Paul Sabatier
RNA séminaire public
Titre : « A ribosomal protein chaperone gene linked to Diamond-Blackfan anemia » & “Nucleolar stress resistance and NSCP1”
14:00
4R4-RDC | Salle Conférence (Hors-COVID = 182 pers., COVID = 91 pers.)

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Samedi 27 Novembre

Dimanche 28 Novembre

Université Paul Sabatier
118 Route de Narbonne

31062 TOULOUSE Cedex
France

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