Research @ CRI is a Collaboratory at the crossroads of life, learning, and digital sciences, affiliated to Paris Descartes University.
Founded in the spirit of facilitating the transition from closed scientific enquiry to a more open model we aim to transcending barriers between disciplines, science and the society. We foster research at crossroads between interdisciplinary life and health sciences, basic understanding of learning processes and novel education technology/methodology testing and implementation, and digital sciences.
We pursue open, collaborative research projects to tackle the world’s health and education challenges, focusing on the following broad topics, amenable to bridge foundational research and societal impact:
from data-rich research to development of frugal software and hardware solutions
Open synthetic and systems biology
from foundational understanding of living systems to open biotech and open pharma solutions.
from understanding learning to human-machine paradigms
Understanding and shaping current digital transition in context of learning, health and/or human-machine paradigms.
tackling ethical challenges of our time.
CRI Research is recruiting scientists to join our Collaboratory!
CRI Fellow Stefani Crabtree and coauthors recently published a three-part series on using agent-based modeling in archaeology, out today in Advances in Archaeological Practice. While archaeologists
What are we reading at CRI Research? Currently, two books that just arrived onto our bookshelf: “Invisible Women: Exposing Data Bias in a World Designed
A new review paper by Stefani Crabtree, a Short-term Fellow at CRI Research, and collaborators just appeared in the Springer Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. It discusses the