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Architecture and logic of the eukaryotic cell cycle (SYNTHECYCLE)

Start date: 01 Jan 2013, End date: 31 Dec 2017,

"Our knowledge of the functioning of eukaryotic cells has emerged from thorough investigation of the molecular mechanisms driving cellular events. However, the complexity of the underlying regulatory networks has made it difficult to understand the core control of essential functions. In the same way that model organisms were chosen for their ease of manipulation or simplicity, model pathways need ...
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The control of genome duplication is critical for proper cell growth and proliferation. Errors in DNA synthesis and defects in genome maintenance have been linked to many human diseases such as cancer. In eukaryotes, replication initiates at sites located throughout the genome called origins, whose activation and distribution define the program of DNA replication. However, while changes in this pa ...
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Marine Biotechnology ERA-NET (ERA-MBT)

Start date: 01 Dec 2013, End date: 30 Nov 2017,

"The ERA-NET MarineBiotech (ERA-MBT) recognises that Europe’s marine ecosystems and organisms are largely unexplored, understudied and underutilized, in spite of Europe’s access to an extensive and diverse set of marine ecosystems, supporting an enormous marine biodiversity. This resource, through the coordinated application of marine biotechnology, has the potential to provide a major contributio ...
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The world of geographic information (GI) is, at present, extremely heterogeneous. User and system requirements, too varied to be satisfied by a single system or technology, have led to an utter lack of agreement on interoperability standards, creating a barrier to realizing the full exploitation potential of GI. ENERGIC OD will address these problems by adopting a broker architectural approach, de ...
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Brazilian-European partnership in Dynamical Systems (BREUDS)

Start date: 01 Jan 2013, End date: 31 Dec 2016,

"This is a project for a partnership between leading Brazilian and European research groups in dynamical systems, a prominent subject in mathematics. An extensive consortium of European and Brazilian institutions will collaborate to provide world leading critical mass and support for research on the very forefront of the field. Work Packages reflect parallel priorities in the research. Transfer o ...
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Battery and superCapacitor ChARActerization and testing (BACCARA)

Start date: 01 Oct 2013, End date: 30 Sep 2016,

"The present project aims at improving the performance of LiB and supercapacitors. This step requires a deep understanding of interfaces and interphases evolution within the electrode in cycling in order to control and improve their properties as addressed by the Topic ENERGY.2013.7.3.3We propose in this project to create a network of multiprobe characterization techniques in order to investigate ...
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A Multiple-Scattering Computing Platform For (Nano) Materials (MSNano)

Start date: 01 Sep 2012, End date: 31 Aug 2016,

Our society relies more and more on the finding of new materials for the advancement of technology. Prior to being used for applications and in order to be tailored to specific properties,materials have to be carefully characterized and the connection between their propertiesand underlying electronic, magnetic and crystallographic structure must be clearly understood.This is where electron and pho ...
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Marine microorganisms form an almost untapped resource of biotechnological potential. However, its use is hindered by the low success rate of isolation of novel microorganisms and often by poor growth efficiency. Hence, the vast majority of marine microorganisms has not been cultivated and is often considered as ‘unculturable’. MaCuMBA aims at improving the isolation rate and growth efficiency of ...
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Essential cellular functions rely on complex networks that coordinate highly dynamic and integrated processes. Paradoxically, our detailed knowledge of their molecular mechanisms has made it difficult to fully appreciate the core concepts involved. Therefore, the fundamental design and dynamic principles of central cellular circuits and the mechanisms that exist to buffer molecular variability and ...
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Cancer is a leading cause of death in Europe. Therefore, improving the efficacy of curative treatments remains a major goal to achieve. Today, with more than 60% of European cancer patients treated with radiotherapy, understanding the biology underlying the cellular response to ionizing radiation (IR) is an ongoing challenge to ameliorate efficacy of this treatment. Basic concepts in tumor radiobi ...
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