Wed, Oct 4 2017 12:54
Jacques Dubochet of Switzerland's University of Lausanne has been awarded this year’s Nobel prize in chemistry together with two other scientists from Britain and the United States.
Announcing the winners on Wednesday, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said the three scientists helped develop cryo-electron microscopy - a method to have detailed images of life’s complex machineries in atomic resolution.
Dubochet, born in 1942, is a honorary professor of biophysics at Lausanne University and worked at Basel and Geneva Universities.
Tue, Oct 25 2016 02:16
We are happy to announce that the RHAPSODY full website is now online. It will be our pleasure to update it constantly with news, events and project achievements.
Sun, May 15 2016 02:42
RHAPSODY has just been launched with a Kick-off meeting in Paris. The meeting was hosted by project leader Servier, on 11-13 May 2016 in the Servier premises in Suresnes.
All consortium members had the opportunity to meet, often for the first time, and get to know each other. During the three days meeting, the project idea was introduced, the work plan detailed and the work for the coming months discussed. An excellent dinner at the restaurant Le Chalet des Iles at Lac du Bois de Boulogne completed a very pleasant and fruitful meeting.