A look back on the CENTURI Scientific Day 2021
The CENTURI Scientific Day took place on July 2nd, 2021 on the Luminy campus. It gathered 50 participants at the Hexagon auditorium and 30 via Zoom. CENTURI members have been able to share their research and propose new collaborations on a wide range of topics. Gathering the CENTURI community has been very enriching.
Mar Benavides has been awarded the 2021 CNRS Bronze medal.
The bronze medal rewards the first works of researchers specialized in their field. This distinction represents an encouragement from the CNRS to pursue well-initiated and already fruitful research.
A new article entitled Formation of polarized contractile interfaces by self-organized Toll-8/Cirl GPCR asymmetry has recently been published in Developmental Cell. This article is the result of a collaboration between the AMU, CNRS, IBDM and Inserm.
3 new group leaders at the Turing Centre for Living Systems
3 new group leaders joined CENTURI at the beginning of 2021. A focus on these newcomers on the Luminy campus…
Saswati Sahahas been awarded the “Young Investigator” prize at the European Mathematical Genetics Meeting for her oral communication entitled A two-stage approach to identify high-order epistatic interactions – An application to cardiac ageing in Drosophila
JOBIM 2021 local event
The Open Days in Biology, Computer Science and Mathematics (JOBIM2021) is organized locally in the Luminy campus.
CENTURI | Scientific Day
Our engineers presenting the CENTURI Multi-Engineering Platform during the Scientific day.
A new engineer joins CENTURI
A new engineer, Muhammad Asif, joins the CENTURI multi-engineering platform as bioinformatics and data analyst.
The Multi-Engineering Platform is now part of the French Institute of Bioinformatics (IFB).
The IFB is the National Bioinformatics Infrastructure that provides support, deploys services, organizes training and carries out innovative developments for the life sciences communities.
CENTURI Engineering seminar: EPySeg a new deep learning method for epithelial cell segmentation.
Benoit Aigouy presented his new EPySeg, a method to segment epithelial cells using deep learning.
Job Offer – Microfluidics & Microengineering research engineer
CENTURI is seeking a highly motivated research engineer to fill the post of Microfluidics & Microengineering.
PUBLICATION | Active mucus–cilia hydrodynamic coupling
A new article about active mucus–cilia hydrodynamic coupling has recently been published in Nature Physics. This article is the fruit of a collaboration between AMU, CINAM, IBDM, IRMB and M2P2.
CENTURI Engineers’ Breakfast / open desk #4
The fourth CENTURI Engineers’ Breakfast / open desk took place on Thursday, July 02nd at the CINAM’s break room!
A bioinformatics slack chanel as been created.
This channel encourage interaction between our bioinformatics community on the Luminy campus/Aix-Marseille.
PUBLICATION | Turning the body into a clock
A new article about the mechanism of adaptative behavior, collaboration between the INMED and the IRPHE , has recently been published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).
A new engineer joins CENTURI
A new engineer, Mathias Lechelon, joins the CENTURI multi-engineering platform as mechatronics specialist.
CENTURI Engineers’ Breakfast / open desk #3
The third CENTURI Engineers’ Breakfast / open desk took place on Tuesday, March 10 at the CIML’s cafeteria!