Register for the MOOC “Gravity: from the Big Bang to Black Holes”

Gravity runs the Universe. This free online course explains why, focussing on key concepts from the Big Bang to black holes. What is gravity? This fundamental force is the common theme between concepts as intriguing as the Big Bang, black holes, dark energy, space-time, gravitational waves and the expansion of the Universe. If these concepts pique your interest, this free online […]

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Two new publications

Several Members of the Frontier Project “Earth as a living Planet” published their work in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science and Frontiers in Earth Science. Amor, M., Busigny, V., Durand-Dubief, M., Tharaud, M., Ona-Nguema, G., Gélabert, A., Alphandéry, E., Menguy, N., Benedetti, M., Cgebbi, I., Guyot, F., 2015. Chemical signature of magnetotactic bacteria. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., […]

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UnivEarthS calls for proposals – Interface & Workshop

UnivEarthS is currently organized into 17 collaborative projects that focus on three themes “emergence, evolution, catastrophe.” Today, UnivEarthS launches two calls for proposals: Interface project call: 320 k€ maximum to be spread over a period of 4 years (80k€ maximum per year) Intention letter: 18th June Submission deadline: 17th September Workshop project call: 10 k€ maximum for 1 year Submission […]

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Publication : Time evolution of snow regions and planet traps in an evolving protoplanetary disk

K. Baillié, S. Charnoz, and E. Pantin, members of Interface Project “From dust to stars”, publish their results in the newspaper Astronomy & Astrophysics. Their article is entitled Time evolution of snow regions and planet traps in an evolving  protoplanetary disk. Artist’s impression of a protoplanetary disk © Dante & Baillié References : K. Baillié, S. Charnoz, and E. Pantin. Astronomy […]

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