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05.23.2024
Numerous cellular phenomena are guided by mechanical forces, such as embryonic development or the spread of metastases. These phenomena are the subject of intense research aimed at understanding how...
Article
03.07.2024
In the context of the 2024 edition of Brain Awareness Week currently being held in France, CNRS News highlights the advances made in the field of autism. Once considered the result of a rare,...
Article
01.16.2024
Cheeses host a multitude of microorganisms that turn milk into curds. Selected by humans, these ferments are not exempt from food industry regulations – to the point that blue cheeses and Camembert...
Article
07.14.2023
Conditions remain conducive to the emergence of new pathogens capable of triggering pandemics. Environmental degradation and the ever-faster movement of people and goods are compounded by the...
Article
06.22.2023
Modelling lung mechanics on all of the scales characteristic of the organ is currently lacking, especially when it comes to understanding the diagnosis and treatment of pulmonary fibrosis. To meet...
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03.24.2023
An increasing number of women are outperforming men in very long ultra-trail races. Do they enjoy better endurance and muscle recovery? Should they be offered different training to reach their full...