The traditional IBS annual scientific day took place on June 13, 2023, in the auditorium of the Fédération du BTP de l’Isère. The program offerd a large overview of the Institute’s scientific news, with a variety of formats : plenary scientific presentations, duo presentations, 180s ANR presentations as well as quizz and a video about services supports.
Two doctoral students, who took part in the Ma Thèse en 180s competition in 2022 and 2023, also presented their research topic, in three minutes, in a clear, concise and theatrical presentation.
In addition, 2nd year students were invited to present their research project through a poster and a flash presentation. The Flash/Poster Prize was awarderd to Tatiana Labouré (IBS/MEMBRANE), who is seeking to decipher the molecular mechanism of insecticides on insect pentameric receptors using cryogenic electron microscopy.
The IBS 2023 Young Researcher Prize was awarded to Solène Besson, who performed her thesis in the MEM group, and presented her work on the development of a treatment for melanoma.
Finally, Paul Tafforeau from ESRF gave a public lecture highlighting an unexpected journey from paleontology to biomedical imaging.
The day ended with a putluck dinner.