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Elles, Ils sont l'Inserm - Portrait of Gaëtan Amorim, GenCyTi CRNL

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Following the implementation within Inserm of the "Plan for professional equality between women and men", Inserm wanted to highlight, through video testimonies, the women and men who make and are Inserm at the local level.

The 3rd episode is the testimony of Gaëtan AMORIM, Research Technician at the GenCyTi CRNL platform.

Three young researchers are joining the CRNL! Portrait of Audrey Hay

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They have passed the external Inserm and CNRS research fellowships and will respectively join the EDUWELL team for Romain Quentin, PSYR2 for Jacqueline Scholl and WAKING for Audrey Hay.

We welcome them and congratulate them!

Today, the portrait of Audrey Hay, CR CNRS who joins the WAKING CRNL team. The last portraits will follow!

Three young researchers are joining the CRNL! Portrait of Romain Quentin

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They have passed the external Inserm and CNRS research fellowships and will respectively join the EDUWELL team for Romain Quentin, PSYR2 for Jacqueline Scholl and WAKING for Audrey Hay.

We welcome them and congratulate them!

Today, the portrait of Romain Quentin, CR Inserm who joins the EDUWELL CRNL team. The other portraits will follow!

Simon Thibault received Society for Neural Control of Movement (NCM) award !

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Simon Thibault, PhD student at IMPACT CRNL, supervised by Claudio Brozzoli (IMPACT CRNL) and Alice Roy (DDL), in collaboration with Véronique Boulenger (DDL), received this year's Society for Neural Control of Movement (NCM) award.

At the conference organised by NCM, Simon presented some of the results of his thesis project: through behavioural and functional neuroimaging studies, Simon investigated the links between language syntax and tool use, testing the hypothesis that a common function serves both skills.

What are the effects of Montessori preschool education in the French public school system?

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Montessori education is becoming increasingly popular in many preschools in France and around the world. However, studies evaluating its effects on early childhood development are rare. In an article published in the journal Child Development, scientists from EDUWELL CRNL and TRAJECTOIRES CRNL describe the results of the first randomized controlled study comparing the Montessori method to conventional teaching in a French public preschool.

https://doi.org/10.1111/cdev.13575

Anne Auguste CMO CRNL was awarded a doctoral grant from B2V l'observatoire des mémoires - End of thesis video

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The work of Anne Auguste is part of a project led by Alexandra Veyrac CMO CRNL on the role of new neurons in memory processes.

The observatory has produced a video of her thesis work: Anne Auguste | Observatoire B2V des Mémoires (observatoireb2vdesmemoires.fr)

If, like her, you want to do a thesis on memory, you have until 20 May to apply on the site!
https://www.observatoireb2vdesmemoires.fr/en/en-action/bourse-doctorale-candidature

The World at Our Fingertips

The World at Our Fingertips

A Multidisciplinary Exploration of Peripersonal Space

A book edited by Frédérique de Vignemont, Andrea Serino, Hong Yu Wong, and Alessandro Farnè (IMPACT CRNL), Oxford University Press - Academic, April 1st, 2021, 352 pages, ISBN: 9780198851738.

A publication of MEMO team on "TOP 100 in Neuroscience" in Scientific Reports !

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Top 100 in Neuroscience is a collection of Scientific Reports.
This collection highlights their most downloaded neuroscience papers published in 2020. Featuring authors from around the world, these papers showcase valuable research from an international community.

In the collection of 31 March 2021, the publication of MEMO CRNL about subjective sleep has the rank 34 of 1750 !

 

The powers of meditation

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A March-April 2021 Collector's Issue of Cerveau et Psycho in which Antoine LUTZ (EDUWELL CRNL) as well as Christophe ANDRE, Matthieu RICARD and Rébecca BEGUE-SHANKLAND discuss the Powers of Meditation.

Time-limited tests: how to stay focused

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"As soon as you have to do an exercise in a limited time, your performance drops. In order not to collapse, we need to know the traps that our brain sets for us in the perception of time. "explains Jean-Philippe LACHAUX (EDUWELL CRNL) in the April 2021 issue of Cerveau & Psycho.

 

The CNRS signed the Transparency Charter on the use of animals for scientific and regulatory purposes in France.

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On Monday, February 22, 2021, the CNRS signed the Transparency Charter on the use of animals for scientific and regulatory purposes in France.
By being one of the 30 signatories, the CNRS is thus committed to better inform the general public about the reasons and developments of the use of animals for scientific purposes.
For more information do not hesitate to consult the article Use of animals: the CNRS signs a transparency charter.