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Survival of very premature infants is improving in France: First results of the EPIPAGE 2 study28.01.2015 - Communiqué
This study is aimed at assessing the survival of infants born between 22 and 34 weeks’ gestation, and their subsequent outcomes. ...
Brain and spatial attention: Can the left hemisphere compensate for a lesion in the right hemisphere?23.01.2015 - Communiqué
Dr Paolo Bartolomeo and his collaborators have published the results of their research on “unilateral spatial neglect,” also known by the term “hemineglect,” in the ...
(Français) Tuberculose : les origines de souches multi-résistantes aux antibiotiques dévoilées19.01.2015 - Communiqué
(Français) Une étude s’est intéressée à l’histoire évolutive de la mycobactérie responsable de la tuberculose et plus particulièrement à la lignée Beijing associée à la ...
A new MOOC invites the general public to discover a stem cell culture laboratory19.01.2015 - Communiqué
University of Nantes, Inserm and Thinkovery have joined forces to produce a new kind of MOOC (Massive Open Online Course). ...