Brain Awareness Week was held in the first week of March, giving attendees an opportunity to investigate one of its little-known components: glial cells. We met with Frank Pfrieger, a researcher at the Institute of Cellular and Integrative Neurosciences (INCI), which seeks to unravel the mystery of these cells and their impact on the development of certain neurodegenerative diseases.
Obtaining civil rights, "Balance ton porc" and equal pay: Joëlle Magar-Braeuner, a sociologist and feminist studies researcher, analyses the major moments that have affected the history of women and will do so in the future.
International development is one of the University of Strasbourg's key missions. Our university is globally engaged thanks to the wide range of disciplines taught here, our strategic location and our large international student body, hailing from 150 different countries and constituting 20% of the total student population.