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Research | 03/10/2018
Researchers have known for a long time that innate and learned behaviors are coming from separate brain areas. Each one is stimulated by a sensation, like a smell or a picture, but the way innate and learned responses are integrated to yield an appropriate behavior remained unclear. In an  Read more

Press, Research | 18/09/2018

Exceptional events, Research | 13/09/2018
Haberko, J. and F. Scheffold, "Fabrication of mesoscale polymeric templates for three-dimensional disordered photonic materials'', Opt. Express 21, 1057 (2013) On october 15-17, an exceptional Workshop called "Correlated disorder and hyperuniformity in soft matter and photonics"  Read more

Research | 12/09/2018
The study of complex suspensions made of particles suspended in a simple fluid has been growing lately, with many opportunities for industry (paper, food…) or lab on chips (separation techniques) applications. The macroscopic flow properties of these suspensions depend on the nature of the  Read more

Research | 08/08/2018
Time reversal has revolutionized the localization of objects in a wave field. But only in the case of objects that emit themselves waves, such as cell phones. The situation becomes tricky with “non-cooperative” objects. Indeed, electromagnetic waves reverberating in a typical indoor room are  Read more

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