The University of Strasbourg has announced the 15 winners of the development programme for Instituts thématiques interdisciplinaires (Interdisciplinary Thematic Institutes - ITIs) of research and teaching. By creating these ITIs, the University of Strasbourg, in partnership with the CNRS and the Inserm, is consolidating its long-term policy in favour of interdisciplinarity and of strengthening the connection between teaching and research.
The EPICUR Alliance has just signed a partnership agreement in Strasbourg, during its first Steering Committee. It confirms the support of the European Commission and strengthens the cooperation within the consortium to become an attractive, innovative European university, geared to the new generation of European citizens, to face the great societal challenges of the Europe of tomorrow.
After spending nearly three months in Luxor, Egypt, Frédéric Colin and his team from the Archéologie et histoire ancienne : Méditerranée – Europe (Archimède) joint research unit returned home from their mission on 20 December having discovered three new sarcophagi. Let us look back at this incredible adventure in collaboration with the French Institute for Eastern Archaeology that began in 2017 in the heart of one of the most intensively studied sites in the world.
Physicist and chemist Thomas Ebbesen, professor at the University of Strasbourg, has just received the CNRS gold medal. To celebrate this prestigious scientific award, the former director of the Institute of supramolecular science and engineering gathered his team and some collaborators and friends for a drink at noon on Wednesday 3 July 2019.