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LIRIS researchers gathered for the Run In Lyon race

LIRIS researchers gathered for the Run In Lyon race

On October 7, thirteen LIRIS researchers gathered at the start of the 3rd edition of Run In Lyon race.

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Best Paper Award at ALife 13

Best Paper Award at ALife 13

The paper "Effects of public good properties on the evolution of cooperation" by Dusan Misevic, Antoine Frénoy, David P. Parsons (LIRIS) and François Taddei has received the best paper award for the "Collective Dynamics" track in the Thirteenth International Conference on the Simulation and Synthesis of Living Systems, East Lansing, Michigan, 2012/08/19-22.

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Two research challenges in the framework of “MASTODONS” call for projects of CNRS

Two research challenges in the framework of “MASTODONS” call for projects of CNRS

LIRIS jointly leads two projects selected by the interdisciplinary mission of CNRS in March 2012.

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Grand Colloque ANR STIC 2012

Grand Colloque ANR STIC 2012

reviews by the young reporters from LIRIS

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www2012 : a record setting edition

www2012 : a record setting edition

During one week, from April 16th to 20th, Lyon hosted the 21st World Wide Web conference, an edition that will remain historic. LIRIS was heavily involved in organizing this event.

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Confronting computational models and in vivo experiments to understand the evolution of bacteria

Confronting computational models and in vivo experiments to understand the evolution of bacteria

Two researchers from the LIRIS (Beagle team) have published an article in Nature Reviews Microbiology in a close collaboration with biologists from the LAPM (Univ. Joseph Fourier, Grenoble). In this article, they show how in vivo and in silico experimental evolution can be used to decipher the evolutionary mechanisms at work in bacteria.

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LIRIS: partner of the OPTIMOD’LYON project

LIRIS: partner of the OPTIMOD’LYON project

The LIRIS lab is one of the 13 partners of the Optimod'Lyon project, which is led by the Grand Lyon. The goal is to collect, centralize, and exploit urban mobility data through a single platform, and to design new services that will ease every days travel.

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