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Investigating the temporal dimension of emotional biases using video-games


Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences - Geneva, Switzerland
Department: Section of psychology
Introduction:Emotions and cognitive states provide powerful prisms which biases the way individuals interpret the meaning of environmental and social information. It has been known for long that persistent negative emotional states (e.g. anxiety) are associated with a tendency to favor negative over positive interpretations, commonly designated as negative cognitive bias.

Sleep and emotion regulation in humans: A brain imaging approach


University of Geneva - Geneva, Switzerland
Department: Neuroscience
Introduction:We study the role of sleep and chronobiological factors in the regulation of emotion and in the consolidation of emotional memory, using functional brain imaging methods (functional MRI/EEG)

Studies in Late Antiquity


Ruprecht Karls University - Heidelberg, Germany
Department: Institute of Ancient History
Introduction:History, Archaeology: Late Antiquity.

Synthesis and characterization of substituted indolo-[3,2-b]carbazoles for possible use in organic photovoltaic devices


KU Leuven University - Leuven, Belgium
Department: Chemistry
Introduction:Currently we are investigating the synthesis and polymerisation of substituted indolo[3,2-b]carbazoles (ICZ's) for implementation as hole-conducting layer in organic PV-cells.

Maladies d'Orient (XVIe-XIXe siecles)


University of Geneva - Geneva, Switzerland
Department: School of Arts and Sciences: French Language and Literature
Introduction:L'Orient et la maladie entretiennent des relations privilégiées dans l'imaginaire occidental. De la Renaissance au XIXe siècle, voyageurs,

The Centre of Excellence in Atmospheric Science - From Molecular and Biological processes to The Global Climate


University of Helsinki - Helsinki, Finland
Department: Department of Physics, Division of Atmospheric Sciences
Introduction:Our main research focus is on the atmosphere and its interactions with different ecosystems. Work is based on an extensive network of field stations that produce detailed measurement data on energy and mass fluxes between the atmosphere and terrestrial biosphere.

The effect of precious metal inflows on historical development and conflict


Faculty of Philosophy - Zurich, Switzerland
Department: Political Science
Introduction:The project uses data on mine production and exports of precious metals, mostly silver but also gold, from Southern America into Europe and other parts of the world between 1400-1800 to test several hypotheses.

The multimodal representation of criminal syndicates in documentaries


Faculty of Arts - Leuven, Belgium
Department: Campus Sint-Andries (Antwerp)
Introduction:This project is offered at the Campus Sint-Andries (Antwerp). The present project focuses on the multimodal representation of (Italian) crime syndicates. It will investigate the identity construction of the maffias and representation of the social actors involved in crime (ranging from the criminals over law enforcement and counter movements to victims and witnesses).

Modulation of bacterial adherence in infective endocarditis: impact of bacterial surface molecules and underlying tissues used in right ventricular outflow tract valve replacement


Medicine - Leuven, Belgium
Department: Cardiovascular Developmental Biology
Introduction:Patients after valve replacement are susceptible for infective endocarditis (IE) which is characterized as a multistep event involving bacterial surface-bound adhesive molecules that interact with various host’s extracellular matrix proteins.

The role for protein tyrosine phosphatases and epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition in the pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel disease and colorectal carcinoma.


University of Zurich - Zurich, Switzerland
Department: Faculty of Medicine: Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Introduction:The pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel disease, representing a chronic intestinal inflammation, is still poorly understood. Recent evidence suggest that
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