At Sorbonne University, data support the sciences and humanities

At a time when Big Data is transforming our everyday lives, the Sorbonne University Institute of Scientific Computing and Simulation is creating innovative new tools to help researchers make scientific advances: simulating molecular structures to invent tomorrow’s medications, advancing forensic medicine through digital crano-facial reconstruction, bringing ancient remains back to life virtually, or studying literature through digital technology.

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