News

20/09/2021

The 2022 call for Lab Rotation and PhD projects is open.

01/07/202

i-Bio has a new director: Gilles Fischer (Director of Research, CNRS), head of the “Biology of Genomes” laboratory (UMR 7238, Computational and Quantitative Biology, IBPS)
https://www.ibps.sorbonne-universite.fr/en/research/computational-and-quantitative-biology/genome-biology

27/05/2021

Mini-symposium: AI and data science for biology
June 23 from 9:15 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Pierre et Marie Curie campus.
Participation is free, but for the organization, please register with this form: https://forms.gle/m8jBj9kWSvUKPff77.
Organized by Martin Weigt and Jeanne Trinquier

Program and more informations: http://ibio.sorbonne-universite.fr/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Mini-symposium-i-Bio-230621.pdf

26/05/2021

The results of the 2021 call for PhD positions have been announced: http://ibio.sorbonne-universite.fr/results-2021-call/

30/04/2021

i-Bio, for interdisciplinary research in biology: a retrospective of the first 18 months and perspectives

i-Bio invites you to a 2-hour meeting  on Tuesday June 1, at 2pm, by video. On the menu, the outcome of the first 18 months of i-Bio existence and its future prospects.
With the participation of researchers supported by i-Bio: the 4 PhD students recruited in 2020, a team leader who will join IBPS in 2021, the PI of one of the interdisciplinary projects supported by i-Bio, the organizers of an upcoming scientific conference.
Beautiful science in perspective and discussion on the future of i-Bio!

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83363722803?pwd=SWVPbHhqb1ZGSWhNdGJQclpaZUk4UT09 (ID of the meeting: 833 6372 2803, Password: 052135)

13/04/2021

Video-Interviews of Catherine Jessus, Director of the i-Bio Initiative, and Mazzarine Dotou, PhD student recruited by i-Bio in 2020

Video Interview of Catherine Jessus
Video Interview of Mazzarine Dotou

10/11/2020

Multidisciplinary research: interview with Catherine Jessus, coordinator of the i-Bio initiative: https://www.sorbonne-universite.fr/actualites/cest-de-la-recherche-non-programmee-que-jaillissent-les-innovations-les-plus-disruptives