Crossdisciplinary research projects

Bourgogne-Franche-Comté), its boundaries, organization, its population and their habits from the conquest by Julius Caesar to the reforms of Diocletian (1st c. BC – late 3rd c. AD). It involves collecting, indexing, preserving, analysing and restoring data using digital tools (databases, 3D technologies) in order to enhance archives, archaeological sites, numismatic and epigraphic material.

Historians, archaeologists, epigraphists, museum or collection directors are thus at the crux of the questions facing the new region of Bourgogne-Franche-Comté in that they can show how exchanges with neighbouring polities were organized and how economic and cultural networks were formed in Roman times, all of which are contemporary challenges too. The project is therefore very much part of the latest trend of future-oriented research based on a questioning of the past.

Coordinator :
Sabine LEFEBVRE
uB / ArteHIS
sabine.lefebvre@u-bourgogne.fr

Collaborators :

  • ISTA
  • Chrono-environnement
  • LE2i

This interdisciplinary project aims to develop some bioresorbable nanocarriers characterized by a long-lasting circulation time in order to plentifully exploit the promising potental of the ultrasmall gold nanoparticles for image-guided radiotherapy useed for the contrl growth of solid tumor.

Coordinator :
Stéphane ROUX
UFC / UTNAM
stephane.roux@univ-fcomte.fr

Collaborators :

  • ICMUB
  • CGFL
  • EA4627
  • uB
  • UFC
  • CNRS

In France, 15 to 38% of elderly people living in nursing homes suffer from malnutrition compared with 4 to 10% of elderly people linving at home.

ENGAGE aims at exploring the potentially of empowering the elderly in the meals ton maintain (or restore) food intake in institution, an essential condition for preventing malnutrition and its burden on autonomy, health and quality of life.

Coordinator :
Claire SUKMONT-ROSSE
CSGA / INRA
sulmont@dijon.inra.fr

Collaborators :

  • CHU Dijon
  • uB
  • UFC
  • ARS BFC
  • INRA