Nearly two years after Japanese mission Hayabusa2 returned to Earth, samples from asteroid Ryugu continue to reveal valuable information about the history of the early solar system. A study by scientists from the Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris, Université Paris Cité and CNRS, as part of an international consortium, reveals the isotopic composition of zinc and copper of asteroid Ryugu.

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Discover the conversation with Dr Samia Mourah, clinical biologist and Professor of Pharmacology at Université Paris Cité and Dr Rafael Fridman, Professor of Pathology and Oncology at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan, United States, renowned expert on tumor cell-matrix interactions in cancer progression.

From January 23rd to 27th, 2023, on the celebration of the United Nation’s International Day of Education, Université Paris Cité will host and organise the Circle U. Week for the Future of Higher Education and Research.Join us and discover all the events.


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