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Drowsiness, when the brain does as it pleases

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  00:54:00  2011  Color  Sound

Sudden sleepiness, sometimes open-eyed, concerns more than 10 % of the population. First cause of fatal road accidents, drowsiness has become a health public issue. Researchers in neurosciences, chronobiology, robotics and ergonomics work on the sleep and in particular on the awakening. They try to understand the biological and environmental mechanisms which maintain human beings at the top of their abilities.

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Audiovisual processReal shots. Use of animations and footages.
Voice over and interviews (live sound). Original score (Gilles Carles).
PersonnalitiesMUZET Alain( LINC, UMR CNRS et Univ. Strasbourg); MAGNIN Michel(Centre de recherche en neurosciences de Lyon, INSERM); MAQUET Pierre(FNRS, Centre de recherches du Cyclotron, Univ. Liège, Belgique); GRONFIER Claude(Département de Chronobiologie, INSERM, Bron); DAUVILLIERS Yves(Hôpital Gui de Chauliac, Montpellier); CABON Philippe(Univ. René Descartes Paris 5); SEUGNET Laurent(Centre de recherche en neurosciences de Lyon, INSERM); D'ARGEMBEAU Arnaud(FNRS, Département sciences cognitives, Univ. Liège, Belgique); FLAMENT Maxime; LIN Jian-Sheng(Centre de recherche en neurosciences de Lyon, INSERM)
Date of broadcasting01/03/2012 (Arte)
Rediffusions2012/03/03 (Arte)   2012/03/17 (Arte)  
NotesFNRS : Fonds de la recherche scientifique.
LINC : Laboratoire d'imagerie et de neurosciences cognitives.
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Number2926
PublicLarge audience
Original SupportHD Cam 16:9
VersionFrench
DistributionSale (private use), Sale (institutionnal use)
Delivery supportDV Cam
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