International Colloquium of the Académie des Sciences with the participation of Shinya Yamanaka, 2012 Nobel Prize in medicine.
The study of ageing mechanisms and cellular death opened a vast area for research. Most recent data on the intimate mechanisms of nuclear (re)programming and its regulation have been submitted during this colloquium, which, most notably, greeted Shinya Yamanaka, who was awarded the 2012 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his work on the de-differentiation of human stem cells into induced pluripotent stem cells.Learn more
Welcome Addresses and Opening RemarksJean-François Bach, Perpetual Secretary of the Académie des Sciences
Nicole Le Douarin, Honorary Perpetual Secretary of the Académie des Sciences
Embryonic stem cellsMarc Peschanski, I-Stem, Évry, France
Potentialities of adult neural stem cellsPierre-Marie Lledo, Institut Pasteur et CNRS, France