This day will be the occasion for a new meeting between PSL teams interested in issues at the interface of life sciences.
Building a mathematical model to artificially recreate proteins? The work of Rémi Monasson and Simona Cocco, researchers at the ENS Physics Laboratory (LPENS), shows how protein models, derived from natural amino acid sequence data, can be used to artificially design functional proteins, whose properties are tested and validated in vivo. A promising discovery for evolutionary biology and biomedical applications, published by the prestigious scientific journal Science.
Interested in mathematics from an early age, and after a preparatory class PCSI/PC (Physics, Chemistry and Engineering Sciences/Physical Chemistry), Meriem Bensouda Koraichi took the competitive exams for engineering schools.