The European Mars mission in 2018 will land on the site identified by Prof. Cathy Quantin-Nataf and her team. Their choice of Martian landing site, named Oxia Planum, was confirmed by the European Space Agency (ESA) on 21 October.
A team of researchers, among them Jean Vannier from the Laboratory of geology of Lyon, has succeeded in reconstructing a 160 million year old compound eye of a fossil crustacean found in southeastern France visible.
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Photon counting Spectral CT is a new and promising imaging modality based on conventional CT concept with energy resolving detector technology. A 4 year collaborative European Project led by the Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, was selected and granted (6.4m€) under the “Horizon 2020” European Research and Innovation program. The Spectral Photon counting CT (SPCCT) project involves 11 European partners and will last 48 months from January 16 till December 2019.
- The CIRI is at the forefront in fighting the Ebola virus
The Centre International de Recherche en Infectiologie (International centre for infectiology research - CIRI) brings together almost 300 researchers to advance the understanding of infectious diseases so they can be better controlled.
- At the cutting edge of learning with simulation in the field of healthcare
The Centre Lyonnais d’Enseignement par la Simulation en Santé [the Centre for teaching using simulation in healthcare of Lyon - CLESS] of the Claude Bernard Lyon 1 university enables healthcare students to learn using simulation. Thanks to lifelike dummies and two immersive technical platforms, the students can learn by way of very realistic medical simulations.
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1st french university for health sciences
405M of budget
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40 patent applications per annum