Lemurs on a diet live longer
Eating less enables lemurs to live longer and in better health. The results of the study conducted by CNRS researchers in partnership with the Nationa ...
As part of the call for projects Seed Money, Eucor - The European Campus has granted initial funding to eight projects in the fields of research and t ...
Franco-German Friendship Prize for the conductor of the University Orchestra
Corinna Niemeyer, the conductor of the University of Strasbourg Orchestra (OUS), received the Franco-German Friendship Prize in January 2018. Recognit ...
2018-2022: a new landscape for research in Alsace
As of 1st January 2018, the University of Strasbourg, its associated institutions and its EPST partners (state-funded science and technology research ...
A new university degree: "Towards the terroir through geo-sensory tasting"
The University of Strasbourg has created the first degree dedicated to viticulture, terroirs and geo-sensory tasting, i.e. how to rediscover a sense o ...
Understanding glial cells to help fight neurodegenerative diseases
Brain Awareness Week was held in the first week of March, giving attendees an opportunity to investigate one of its little-known components: glial cel ...
An innovative avenue in the battle against chronic pain
Neuropathic pain is a chronic disease that affects 7 to 10% of the French population and for which there is currently no effective treatment. Research ...
Haruki Murakami, "a storyteller for adults"
On 15th and 16th March, the University of Strasbourg's Oriental Studies group held an international colloquium on the Japanese author Haruki Murakami. ...
"The hard-won rights of women are not set in stone"
Obtaining civil rights, "Balance ton porc" and equal pay: Joëlle Magar-Braeuner, a sociologist and feminist studies researcher, analyses the major mom ...
International cooperation at The University of Strasbourg
International development is one of the University of Strasbourg's key missions. Our university is globally engaged thanks to the wide range of discip ...