The Turing Centre for Living Systems (CENTURI) is an interdisciplinary centre located in Marseille (France).
CENTURI aims at developing an integrated interdisciplinary community, to decipher the complexity of biological systems through the understanding of how biological function emerges from the organization and dynamics of living systems.
The project federates 20 teaching and research institutes in biology, physics, mathematics, computer science, engineering and focuses on Research, Education and Engineering, 3 missions that hold interdisciplinary as their core principle.
The research and training programmes implemented under the auspices of CENTURI will foster new collaborations, will transform practices, will attract new talents and thereby contribute to making the Luminy campus a leading site for the interdisciplinary study of biological systems.
The CENTURI PhD & Postdoc Retreat has taken place in the beautiful Presqu’île de Giens – it was a very good opportunity for the new PhD students and Postdoc fellows to meet the CENTURI community.
The participants had the chance to meet each other thanks to different activities : Post-it session, Meet and greet, petanque tournaments, kayaking sessions and a field project animated by Clara Sidor.
A very motivated group of people coming from various places in the world have been welcomed by Thomas Lecuit, director of the Turing Center of Living Systems and team leader of the Architecture and Plasticity of Tissues team as a Research Director at the IBDM in Marseille. CENTURI is happy to participate to the growing of new ideas and the exploring of Science by the new generations.
The CENTURI HAckathon 2022 took place from June 24 until June 26. We were very excited to welcome all the participants and see the results of this intense competition.
The CENTURI #SummerSchool 2022 has been launched this morning ! Rosa Cossart has welcomed all the participants this morning.
Excited to begin these two weeks of transfer of knowledge and deep thinking at the university of Aix Marseille at the Luminy campus.
Our engineers participate to the CENTURI Summer School 2021. You can check the link below for more informations. Link to the CENTURI Summer School 2022
Tâm Mignot has given an interview for the CNRS Journal about MiSiC, the first tool capable of automatically analyzing images of bacterial biofilms found in our mouths, in hospitals or in the soil.
The CENTURI education program invited PhD students and Postdoc fellows to take part in a retreat to discuss about their works! The participants have been invited to stay at the Domaine de Mousquety, a magnificent 22-hectare park located on the banks of the Sorgue River.
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