A wide scientific park
Sophia Antipolis is a wide scientific park of
approximately 1300 corporations and 30.000 jobs in R&D, mainly
focusing on information technology, multimedia, medicine and
Nice Sophia Antipolis University and the CNRS
with their multiple laboratories and research and training institutes,
the IUT and the IUP, are highly integrated and in harmony with the
knowledge and the know-how of the site.
The engineering schools and research organisms
(INRIA, CNRS, INRA, Institut EUROCOM, CERMICS, CERAM, Ecole National
Supérieure des Mines and Polytech’Nice-Sophia) consolidate the
strategic vision of Sophia Antipolis in the subject matter of training.
Courses will be given in the
Polytech’Nice-Sophia French engineering school from Nice Sophia
Antipolis University. Polytech’Nice-Sophia developed since more than 15
years exceptionally strong partnerships with the industry world, which
is achieved through numerous R&D projects in France and Europe.
On-site equipments and devices
- » IPMC
- Almost 20 electrophysiological workstations
(patch clamp, microelectrodes, ERG), and physiology workstations
- IPMC Imaging and Flow Cytometry Core Facility: Confocal microscopy, Two-photons microscopy,
Video-microscopy, Standard fluorescence and transmitted light
microscopy, Flow Cytometry
- DNA sequencing: DNA sequencer Applied ABI3100
- Proteomic: Maldi-TOF and Maldi-TOF-TOF mass
spectrometers, nano HPLC, 2D gel electrophoresis, peptide sequencer.
platform: Production line of pangenomic DNA microarrays
- » C3M Nice L’Archet, IPMC Valbonne, CCMA
- Correlative Microscopy Imaging Platform: Scanning
electron microscopes (SEMs), transmission electron microscopes (TEMs),
Confocal microscopes, Two-photons microscope,
Standard fluorescence and transmitted light microscopes.
- » INRIA, Odyssée project team
- 64-channel EEG recording device,
within a dedicated Faraday room
- » INRA and the institut
"Biologie du Développement et Cancer" de l'UMR 6543 - CNRS, Nice
Sophia Antipolis University
- » Equipe DyVA, INCM (UMR6193 CNRS