Amusing, surprising, astonishing: Japanese monkeys during this winter
Between vulgarisation and scientific research, the project “Saru* - monkeys from Japan“ mixes animal photography, drawings and primatology against the background of the four seasons in Japan. Two protagonists, the behavioural scientist Cédric Sueur (Institut pluridisciplinaire Hubert-Curien) and the photographer Alexandre Bonnefoy, tell us more about it.
Election of the central councils: proclamation of the results of November 17, 22 and 23
After the employees’ voting on November 17, Unistra’s students had the possibility to elect their representatives in the administrative board (CA), the commission of university life (CFVU) and the research commission (CR) on November 22 and 23. All results are online.
Research in Lyme disease at the Unistra: a true field of expertise
Lyme disease, also known as Lyme borreliosis, is an infectious disease caused by the bacteria named Borrelia burgdorferi and accidently transmitted by the bite of an infected tick Ixodes. On a national level, the University of Strasbourg disposes of a real expertise in borreliosis.
Step by step: manual for outgoing mobility with the European Campus
Students, PhD-students, professors and administrative employees have the possibility to study, do research or work at one of the partner universities of Eucor – The European Campus to carry out a studying or professional project.
"The Virginia creeper is the IBMC’s identity"
Flaming red in autumn, lush green in spring: the greenery outfit of the Institut de biologie moléculaire et cellulaire (IBMC) is visible from a large distance. The shelter for biodiversity makes the institute’s occupants proud – but who does still remember that the Virginia creeper was planted to counter unwelcome tags?