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Spin Orbitronics for Electronic Technologies
ID: 670166
Date de début: 2015-11-01, Date de fin: 2020-10-31
Spintronics is a vibrant field of research that involves the intimate interaction of magnetic structure on the atomic scale with spin currents and spin-polarized charge currents. SORBET is focussed on an emerging sub-field of spintronics, namely that of spin orbitronics...
Programme: H2020-EU.1.1.
Record Number: 199102
Last updated on: 2017-02-09
Exoribonuclease-mediated degradation of nascent RNA in Malaria Parasites: A Novel Mechanism in Virulence Gene Silencing
ID: 670301
Date de début: 2015-11-01, Date de fin: 2020-10-31
Background: The human protozoan malaria parasite P. falciparum causes approximately 200 million infections and 0.7 million deaths (mainly children) per year. In the well-studied asexual blood stages, cyclic monocistronic gene activation occurs at the transcriptional level;...
Programme: H2020-EU.1.1.
Record Number: 198706
Last updated on: 2017-02-07
Getting at the Heart of Things: Towards Expressivity-aware Computer Systems in Music
ID: 670035
Date de début: 2016-01-01, Date de fin: 2020-12-31
What makes music so important, what can make a performance so special and stirring? It is the things the music expresses, the emotions it induces, the associations it evokes, the drama and characters it portrays. The sources of this expressivity are manifold: the music itself...
Programme: H2020-EU.1.1.
Record Number: 198700
Last updated on: 2017-02-03
Comparative analysis of planarian regeneration - why some worms regenerate while others don’t
ID: 649024
Date de début: 2015-10-01, Date de fin: 2020-09-30
The ability to regenerate lost body parts is widespread amongst animals, yet humans, for example, can only regenerate specific organs. Why some animals regenerate while others hardly do remains a fascinating conundrum, especially so in face of “survival of the fittest”...
Programme: H2020-EU.1.1.
Record Number: 198646
Last updated on: 2017-02-09
Neural regulation of immunity
[PROJET] NEURIMMUNE - Neural regulation of immunity
ID: 648768
Date de début: 2015-10-01, Date de fin: 2020-09-30
Survival of living organisms depends on their capacity to develop defence mechanisms against environmental challenges that cause tissue damage and infections. These protective functions involve the nervous system and the immune system, two systems traditionally considered as...
Programme: H2020-EU.1.1.
Record Number: 198641
Last updated on: 2017-02-14
Structure and Dynamics of Low-Complexity Regions in Proteins: The Huntingtin Case
ID: 648030
Date de début: 2015-09-01, Date de fin: 2020-08-31
Proteins hosting regions highly enriched in one or few amino acids, the so-called Low-Complexity Regions (LCR), are very common in eukaryotes and play crucial roles in biology. Homorepeats, a subfamily of LCR that present stretches of the same amino acid, perform very...
Programme: H2020-EU.1.1.
Record Number: 198629
Last updated on: 2017-02-14
Functions of the X chromosome in the mammalian germ line
ID: 647971
Date de début: 2015-11-01, Date de fin: 2020-10-31
Male and female mammals differ in their sex chromosome complement: males have one X chromosome and one Y chromosome (XY), while females have two X chromosomes (XX). Decades of research have demonstrated that the Y chromosome is crucial for male fertility, regulating both sex...
Programme: H2020-EU.1.1.
Record Number: 198628
Last updated on: 2017-02-07
A developmental engram for the organization of adult hippocampal circuits
ID: 646925
Date de début: 2015-10-01, Date de fin: 2020-09-30
Most adult cortical dynamics are dominated by a minority of highly active neurons distributed within a silent neuronal mass. If cortical spikes are sparse, spiking of single distinct neurons can impact on network dynamics and drive an animal’s behavior. It is thus essential...
Programme: H2020-EU.1.1.
Record Number: 198613
Last updated on: 2017-02-14
Millet and beans, language and genes. The origin and dispersal of the Transeurasian family.
ID: 646612
Date de début: 2015-09-01, Date de fin: 2020-08-31
"The question about the origin and dispersal of the Transeurasian languages (i.e. Japonic, Koreanic, Tungusic, Mongolic and Turkic) is one of the most disputed issues in linguistic history. Eurasia3angle will address this question from an interdisciplinary perspective. My key...
Programme: H2020-EU.1.1.
Record Number: 198606
Last updated on: 2017-02-09
Brain-behavior forecasting: The causal determinants of spontaneous self-initiated action in the study of volition and the development of asynchronous brain-computer interfaces.
ID: 640626
Date de début: 2015-10-01, Date de fin: 2020-09-30
"How are actions initiated by the human brain when there is no external sensory cue or other immediate imperative? How do subtle ongoing interactions within the brain and between the brain, body, and sensory context influence the spontaneous initiation of action? How should we...
Programme: H2020-EU.1.1.
Record Number: 198603
Last updated on: 2017-02-14
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