A la découverte de la lumière invisible

Articles scientifiques :

  • Schraft H, Bakken G, Clark R. Infrared-sensing snakes select ambush orientation based on thermal backgrounds. Scientific Reports 2019, 9:3950, pp.1-6. 
  • Chen Q, Liu Y, Brauth S et coll. The thermal background determines how the infrared and visual systems interact in pit vipers. Journal of Experimental Biology 2017, 220:3103-9. 
  • Gracheva E, Cordero-Morales J, Gonzalez-Carcacia J, et coll. Ganglion-specific splicing of TRPV1 underlies infrared sensation in vampire bats. Nature 2011, 476:88-91. 
  • Gracheva E, Ingolia N, Kelly Y, et coll. Molecular basis of infrared detection by snakes. Nature 2010, 464:1006-11. 
  • Stokes G. On the change of refrangibility of light. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 1852, 142: 463-562. 
  • Herschel J. On a case of superficial colour presented by a homogeneous liquid internally colourless. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 1845, 135:143-45. 
  • Herschel J. On the epipolic dispersion of light, being a supplement to a paper entitled, "On a case of superficial colour presented by a homogeneous liquid internally colourless". Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 1845, 135:147-53. 
  • Herschel W. XIII. Investigation of the powers of the prismatic colours to heat and illuminate objects; with remarks, that prove the different refrangibility of radiant heat. To which is added, an inquiry into the method of viewing the sun advantageously , with telescopes of large apertures and high magnifying powers. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 1800 [read March 27, 1800], 90:255-83. 
  • Herschel W. XIV. Experiments on the refrangibility of the invisible rays of the sun. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 1800 [read April 24, 1800], 90:284-92. 
  • Herschel W. XV. Experiments on the solar, and on the terrestrial rays that occasion heat; with a comparative view of the laws to which light and heat, or rather the rays which occasion them, are subject, in order to determine whether they are the same, or different. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 1800 [read May 15, 1800], 90:293-326. 
  • Herschel W. XIX. Experiments on the solar, and on the terrestrial rays that occasion heat; with a comparative view of the laws to which light and heat, or rather the rays which occasion them, are subject, in order to determine whether they are the same, or different. Part II. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 1800 [read November 6, 1800], 90:437-538. 
  • Herschel W. On the Construction of the heavens. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 1785, 75:213-66. 

Livres :

  • Michael Hoskin. Discoverers of the universe. William and Caroline Herschel. Princeton University Press, 2011. 
  • Richard Holmes. The age of wonder. How the romantic generation discovered the beauty and terror of science. Pantheon, 2009. 
  • Michael Rowan-Robinson. Night vision. Exploring the infrared universe. Cambridge University Press, 2013. 
  • Edmund Newton Harvey. A history of luminescence from the earliest times until 1900. Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society, Volume 44, Philadelphia, 1957. 
  • Bernard Valeur. Lumière et luminescence. Ces phénomènes lumineux qui nous entourent. Belin, 2017. 

Agenda :

Mardi 11 juin 2019 de 19h à 21h, Amphi Buffon, 15 rue Hélène Brion, 75013 Paris

Rencontre transdisciplinaire du Centre d’Études du Vivant – Institut des Humanités de Paris – Université Paris-Diderot, dans la série « Les battements du temps », 

«Tectonique des plaques et dynamique de la Terre profonde – ce que révèle l’imagerie sismique globale »

avec Barbara Romanowicz, Professeur au Collège de France, titulaire de la Chaire de Physique de l’Intérieur de la Terre, Professeur émérite à l’Université de Californie à Berkeley ; auteur, notamment, de : « Physique de l’intérieur de la Terre », Fayard/Collège de France, 2012. 

Métro/RER : Bibliothèque François Mitterrand. Bus : 62. 64. 89. 132. 325  Entrée libre, avec réservation par e-mail : centre_etudes_du_vivant@univ-paris-diderot.fr  

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  • Biche - Kepler, kepler - Banquise Records
  • Bruce Springsteen - Hello sunshine - Columbia
  • Cat Power - Stay - Domino Recording
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