Cafe Scientifique Nancy 2010 - Sciences de demain : jamais sans les nanos.

Les Cafés des Sciences organisés par les Universités de Lorraine en collaboration avec l’INSERM, l’INRIA et le BGA.
Mardi 9 novembre
Café Scientifique Nancy 2010 - Sciences de demain : jamais sans les nanos.
Intervenants : Olivier JOUBERT, PhD. Cibles Thérapeutiques. Formulation et Expertise préclinique du Médicament – Nancy.
François MONTAIGNE. Médecin Institut Jean Lamour – Nancy.
Emmanuel LAMOUROUX. Maitre de Conférences Structure et Réact
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