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Research | 30/11/2015

A team from the Langevin Institute (ESPCI,CNRS, Inserm) led by Mickaël Tanter, Inserm research director at ESPCI, has just passed a crucial step towards super high resolution ultrasound medical imaging.


Life at ESPCI Paris | 16/10/2015

On February 19th, around 500 persons gathered at the city hall of Paris for the graduation ceremony of the ESPCI students 130th promotion.


Exceptional events | 01/10/2015
We are pleased to announce that the International Summer School on Physics and Mechanics of Soft Complex Materials (PHASME, August 8-20, 2016, Cargese, France) is open for application. This 10-day school aims at the formation of students and researchers with a double culture in physics and  Read more

Exceptional events, Partnerships, Students | 23/09/2015

The french leader group in chemistry Arkema succeeds Withings, French flagsphip of connected objects for Health, as the sponsor of the new promotion.


Research | 15/09/2015

Contrary to what one might think, sugar promotes sleepiness and not hyperactivity. There may be a good reason to sleep after a high-sugar meal. That is the conclusion of a new study published by neuroscientists at ESPCI ParisTech in collaboration with the Lyon Neuroscience Research Center. This study demonstrates that glucose promotes sleep by activating the neurons responsible for sleep onset and maintenance. These neurons integrate energetic signals such as ambient glucose directly to regulate vigilance states accordingly. This work was published in the Journal of Neuroscience.


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