Lucas Adler chases thunderstorms and starry skies
As long as he can remember, observing the sky and its physical events has always fascinated Lucas Adler. The Milky Way’s halo, shooting stars, but first and foremost thunderstorms: the student in pharmaceutics has begun to take photographs to capture these phenomena.
Do borders inevitably have to be protectionist?
In these times of crises - migratory, economic and security ones - borders are more than ever talked about. A lot of populist drifts praise their restitution as solution to all bad that afflict our society. Due to a hermetic border, it would be possible to prepare oneself for terrorism, to bar the way to migrants or even to avoid having to eat chlorinated chicken… But is this credible?
2017 – a year in mathematics
The mathematic calendar 2017 is out and available in the library. It provides a daily mathematic challenge every day to keep your grey matter trained from January throughout December.
Contest for the 30th anniversary of the exchange programme Erasmus +
Are you a student or an administrative employee with a 2016 mobility experience and competences in digital media? Why don’t you participate in the contest “Erasmus + and me” and win a trip to Athens, Berlin, Lisbon, Prague or Berlin!
Thành Trần: from Vietnam to France through excellence
The student in finance Thành Trần just arrived from Hanoi. His outstanding university results enabled him to receive the renowned Eiffel scholarship, which allows him to study in France for the next two years.
New Nobel Prize for Chemistry laureate at the University of Strasbourg: Jean-Pierre Sauvage
The 2016 Nobel Prize for Chemistry has been awarded this 5 October 2016 to Jean-Pierre Sauvage, emeritus professor of the University of Strasbourg and emeritus research director of the CNRS. Jean-Pierre Sauvage and his colleagues James Fraser Stoddart and Bernard Feringa are rewarded for their research notably the development of dynamic molecular systems: molecular machines or motors with controllable movements.
University of Strasbourg - open to the whole world
International mobility days, meetings for cross-border dual study programmes, first hand experience reports and information about financial support programmes… Would you like to concretise your project of going abroad or coming to Strasbourg? This is the moment to do so. Last year, more than 1.500 students from Strasbourg went abroad and more than 20% of the students in Strasbourg were international. Would you like to be next?
A French- German Trainee for Eucor – The European Campus
Since mid-September, Anna David has been part of Unistra’s Eucor – The European Campus team as French-German trainee. She will participate in the promotion of student and graduate mobility to Germany for the next ten months.