We have edited 23 videos from an international conference organised by the ENS de Lyon and co-organised by INC (COST), CNRS and CECAM.
Several levels of DNA compaction are required to wrap 2 metres of DNA into each nucleus (10 uM) of animal cells. These compactions, which give 3D structures to the DNA, regulate gene expression/activity. The physico-chemical mechanisms that allow the formation of these 3D structures are still poorly understood. The conference "3D Genomics 2020 - Interdisciplinary School in 3D Genomics: From experiments to models and back" attempts to determine these complex mechanisms. Among other things, physical modelling tools and statistical data analysis are becoming essential tools to elucidate the unresolved questions in this field.
In order to share this knowledge with the largest possible scientific community, we have edited the videos and developed the graphic environment for the different presentations of this conference