BIP : The Institut Pasteur Newsletter, October 18, 2019


The Discovery Day, held on October 12 for the 13th edition of Pasteurdon, provided visitors of all ages with a fun and engaging introduction to science. Almost 800 enthusiastic "visitors" took part in the activities organized, which included talks for the general public, museum tours, scientific workshops, real-life or "augmented reality" tours of laboratories, sporting challenges, film screenings and artistic performances.


To close the Pasteurdon season, we would like to take a moment to thank everyone who made Pasteurdon happen, and who gave their time and generosity for this major event. Whether shooting short films or the Pasteurdon clip, or participating in the launch event, the Discovery Day, or the various sporting challenges, a big thank you to...

Scientific events

The Scientific Secretariat General compiles information on the week’s conferences and publications, patents, funding opportunities, job vacancies, training and events that you may find useful for your career...


French Development Agency (AFD), European Union (EU) and Ministry of Health and Sports (MoHS) to collaborate on improving Myanmar’s ability to diagnose and manage infectious diseases. In the presence of the French Ambassador Christian Lechervy, EU Ambassador Kristian Schmidt, and the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Health and Sports, Prof. Dr. Thet Khine Win, the National Health Laboratory Project was launched in Yangon.


During its current term, the EDF Group Foundation has chosen to support an Institut Pasteur team working on the DIVA project. This project is set to revolutionize the analysis and visualization of all medical imaging data.

Life outside the lab

The Institut Pasteur sports club (ASIP) is hosting its annual fair on Thursday October 24, from 12 noon to 2pm, in the modules situated beneath the company restaurant. Come along and meet the section coordinators and coaches and find out about our 22 activities...