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News in 2015

Friday 11th December 2015
Rendez-vous le vendredi 11 décembre sur France 5 à 20h40

On the occasion of special Star Wars of the broadcast “On n’est pas que des cobayes !“, Sophie Sobanska was contacted for a subject on the levitation. Viviane Blotiau, Myriam Moreau et Jean-Pierre Verwaerde put a lot into the preparation […]

October 2015
Solar irradiation, the unsuspected dynamic of the extraterrestrial organic matter evolution

The origin of the water and of the organic matter on Earth, essential ingredients in the emergence of the life, constitute a major question for the scientific community. To redraw this origin, it is necessary to plunge into the “archives” […]

Monday 5th October 2015
One day symposium on superresolution widefield fluorescence microscopy in biology

A one day symposium on super-resolution widefield fluorescence microscopy in biology is organized by the LASIR within the ANR project Ultrafast Nanoscopy Monday 5th October 2015 from 10:30 to 17:00 University of Lille 1, UFR of Chemistry, 1st floor building […]

from the 4 to the 9 of July 2015
SCF’15

The 2015 congress of the chemical french society will take place in Lille from the 4 to the 9 of July 2015 The Choosen subject is “chemistry and energetic transition“ For more information http://www.societechimiquedefrance.fr/congres/scf-15/

June 2015
Coherent storage of microwave excitations in rare-earth nuclear spins

Interfacing between various elements of a computer—from memory to processors to long range communication—will be as critical for quantum computers as it is for classical computers today. Paramagnetic rare-earth doped crystals, such as Nd3+ : Y2SiO5(YSO), are excellent candidates for […]

February 2015
Focus on the batterie ‘s life

As part of the Network electrochemical energy storage (RS2E), Jean-Marie Tarascon (Collège de France, UPMC / CNRS) and Hervé Vezin (LASIR, Lille University / CNRS) working for several years on adapting the EPR spectroscopy (electron paramagnetic resonance) to the field […]