On 5 November 1906, Marie Curie became the first female professor at the Sorbonne

108 years ago Marie Curie marked a turning point in the history of higher education. 

A new role for CAF-1

When a cell divides, it sometimes decides to continue on its pathway at all costs. The body has mechanisms dedicated to...

Another step forward in high-resolution microscopy

Hot on the heels of the Nobel Prize 2014 in recognition of super-resolution microscopy, Institut Curie has developed a brand...

Reading between the lines of the bladder cancer transcriptome

High-throughput sequencing and automated testing procedures are generating increasingly large amounts of biological data,...

Geneviève Almouzni, "Grand Prix" of the French Medical Research Foundation

Dr Geneviève Almouzni, director of the Institut Curie Research Centre, has been awarded the Grand Prix de la Fondation pour...

Institute sees an urgent need to train young people in radiation biology

As long as we are exposed to radiation, whether natural or artificial, it is vital to continue gaining a better...
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