In a few words...
The GReD is a Research Center at Clermont-Ferrand, capital of the Auvergne region of central France. Created in 2008, the GReD is supported by the University of Auvergne, the University Blaise Pascal, the CNRS (UMR6293) and the INSERM (U1103). The center is composed of 10 research groups (totalling 130 people in April 2014) and is situated on the neighbouring campuses ...Read more
Les Mardis du GRed - Septembre 2016
JEUDI 29 Septembre 2016 10H30 – 11H30
Campus de Cézeaux
Salle de Réunion - Bat. Bio-VegEtale Recherche
A new recognition for the GReD research againts cancer
The EDC-CaP project- Environmental chemical disrupter and metastasic potential of prostate cancer- leads by Jean-Marc Lobacarro et Sylvére Baron is among the 8 selected projects from the national call "effects of the exposure to environmental risk factors on cancer". This success highlights the capabilities of the GReD teams to design and coordinate demanding and original research projects to fight cancer.
The pupils ,aged 6 years old, of the school Nestor Perret in Clermont-Ferrand spent Tuesday, May 30th, morning together with the researchers of the GReD in a real course room of the Faculty of Science at the Cézeaux. On the program : the observation of plants, micro-organisms and fruit flies.
rganized practical science class for very young students!Read more
Axel POULET thesis works highlighted on the Oxford Brooke University website.
The 6th of June, Axel Poulet, student in Christophe Tatout and Aline Probst’s team, successfully defended his thesis performed under a co-tutelle arrangement between Oxford Brooked and Blaise Pascal Universities.Read more
Epigénétique: the revenge of Lamarck?
The next "Mercredis de la Science" ”, organized by the university Blaise Pascal, will be dedicated to the Epigenetics. All are welcome to listen our two researchers, Aline Probst and Christophe Tatout, presenting this fascinating field Wednesday, June 15th, 2016 at 3:30 pm in the"Amphithéâtre de recherche du Pôle Physique" on the Cézeaux campus.