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    • Alzheimer's disease : blood flow might impact memory function

      Alzheimer's disease, a neurodegenerative disease affects 900,000 people in France. While there is still no curative treatment, research conducted by the Institut de Mécanique des Fluides (IMFT,CNRS/Université de Toulouse III - Paul Sabatier/Toulouse INP), associated with a US team from Cornell University, show a link between disease and blood flow.

    • An ultra-connected amphitheater at La Prepa des INP in Toulouse

      Running since September 2018, after several months of work, this amphitheater reflects the ambition of Toulouse INP to prepare and enrich differently the learning process, with active pedagogies, autonomy and digital technologies.

    • 24 PhD thesis awarded by the Léopold Escande 2018 prices

      Each year, Toulouse INP research commission rewards the best thesis during the Léopold Escande ceremony.

    • Toulouse INP: 3AI Aniti project partner

      Aniti, an Interdisciplinary Institute of Artificial Intelligence project, was filed by the University of Toulouse.
      This project brings together more than 200 researchers from 33 research laboratories and some 30 companies with the support of local and regional authorities, in collaboration with the socio-economic and associative fabric.

    • Arctic rivers, an important mercury vector to the Arctic Ocean

      In a new study, researchers from Toulouse INP, CNRS and Paul Sabatier University in collaboration with international scientists suggest that Arctic rivers transport large amounts of mercury to the Arctic Ocean.

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