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  • Anick Abourachid décroche un projet ANR

    Anick Abourachid de FUNEVOL a décroché un projet ANR intitulé : AVINECK Le cou des oiseaux, un bras pour les robots. Résumé La morphologie fonctionnelle étudie les relations entre la forme, la fonction, la physiologie du system ...
  • New publication in PNAS by FUEVOL postdoc Helder Gomes Rodrigues

    FUEVOL postdoc Helder Gomes Rodrigues just published a paper in PNAS on the ontogenetic and life history trait changes associated with convergent ecological specializations in extinct ungulate mammals. ...
  • ERC grant awarded to Alexandra Houssaye

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    Alexandra Houssaye from the FUNEVOL team was just awarded an ERC starting grant!! Congratulations Alexandra ...
  • FUNEVOL équipe to host researcher on a ANR Accueil Chercheur Haut Niveau Grant

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    Sam Van Wassenbrgh was recently awarded a prestigeous ANR Accueil Chercheur Haut Niveau grant to come and work with the FUNEVOL équipe. Sam will be working on his project entitled IOFLOW that is devoted to understanding intraoral flow in ...
  • New paper in Nature Communications

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      New paper by Marc Herbin and colleagues published in Nature Communications. Allometric growth in the extant coelacanth lung during ontogenetic development Coelacanths are lobe-finned fishes known from the Devonian to Recent that were long ...
  • Back from Venezuela

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      Mission Venezuela 2015 Mission exceptionnelle : données anatomiques, série développementales et série de croissance, films, mesures fonctionnelles et données comportementales. De quoi réaliser une étude transversale unique sur l’histoire ...
  • New paper in PNAS by the FUNEVOL team

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      A new paper just came out in PNAS that involves members of the FUNEVOL team. The paper highlights the fact that Anolis communities are relatively ancient as demonstrated by the presence of different ecomorphs present in Dominican amber.   ...
  • new paper by FUNEVOL

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      A new paper in Biological Reviews on sleep in amphibians and reptiles was just published by members of the FUNEVOL team in collaboration with Paul-Antoine Libourel, fromerly engineer at the movemenent analysis platform and now working at ...
  • FUNEVOL obtains a major grant to renovate its movement analysis platform

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    The FUNEVOL team just obtained a major grant (400kEuro) from the Region Ile de France to renovate its movement analysis platform. Together with the money obtained from the CNRS and the Muséum this will allow us to renovate the animal care ...
  • New postdoc in the FUNEVOL team

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    The FUNEVOL team wishes to welcome Helder GOMES-RODRIGUES (hgomesrodrigues@mnhn.fr) as a new postdoc in the lab. Helder will be working on a LABEX sponsored project in collaboration with Guillaume Billet in Paleontology (UMR7207), Raphäel ...
  • New paper in Current Biology by the FUNEVOL team

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      A new paper by the FUNEVOL team was just published online in Current Biology.   Abstract: The terrestrialization process involved dramatic changes in the cranial anatomy of vertebrates. The braincase, which was initially divided into two ...
  • New paper by Ameline Bardo

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      A new paper by Ameline Bardo was just published in the Journal of Human Evolution Abstract: Approximately 90% of the human population is right-handed. The emergence of this hand preference in humans is thought to be linked to the ability ...
  • New paper by Emmanuelle Pouydebat

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      New paper by Emmanuelle Pouydebat on manipulation potential in primates was just published in Interface. Abstract: Primates, and particularly humans, are characterized by superior manual dexterity compared with other mammals. However, ...
  • New paper by FUNEVOL just published in PNAS

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      A new paper including members of the FUNEVOL team published online this week team describes how fish partition the soundscape. Abstract: The underwater environment is more and more being depicted as particularly noisy, and the inventory ...
  • New paper by Alexandra Houssaye

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    Alexandra Houssaye just published a new paper in PLOSONE in the context of her ANR project. Read the abstract below: Cetacea are secondarily aquatic amniotes that underwent their land-to-sea transition during the Eocene. Primitive forms, ...
  • New postdoctoral researcher

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    Maïtena Dumont obtained a grant from the ’Fondation des Treilles’ for her project entitled ’3D organization of long-bone mid-shaft in extreme terrestrial locomotion conditions’. She will be working as a post-doc in the lab for the rest of ...
  • New paper by Marc Herbin

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    A new paper by Marc Herbin and coleagues on coelacanth teeth was just published in the Journal of Structural Biology. Read the abstract below: The extant coelacanth Latimeria is a sarcopterygian predatory fish with caniniform teeth on its ...
  • postdoctoral positions available in the lab

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    Two postdoctoral positions recently funded by the labex BCDiv are available in the lab. The first project is entitled ’Form-function relationships and the evolution of arboreal locomotion in mammals’ and is in collaboration with Stephane ...
  • New postdoctoral researcher

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    Anne-Claire Fabre was just awarded a prestigeous Marie-Curie postdoctoral fellowship. She will be joining the lab starting the 17th of January 2016. She will be working  on a project entitled ’Evolutionary Trends And GRasping form and ...
  • New paper by Marc Herbin

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    A paper where Marc Herbin is co-author and that was in part conducted at the Plateau Technique of the UMR7179 was just published in ’Neurobiology of Disease’. ...
  • ANR retour postdoc obtenue par Alexandra Houssaye

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    Alexandra Houssaye obtained a comptetive ANR grant that focuses on the secondary adaptations to an aquatic life. More infomation on the project website of Aquabone .   ...
  • INVAXEN - a Biodiversa project on the biology of invasive frogs

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    A new project coordinated by Anthony Herrel has been funded that focuses on the biology of an invasive frog (Xenopus laevis) and its impact on native amphibians in Europe. This project is funded by a BIODIVERSA grant through the ANR. More ...
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