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11 DEC

Thermo-osmotic flows: toward hot or cold?

Li Fu, Samy Merabia & Laurent Joly (team MMCI) have published an article entitled "What controls thermo-osmosis? Molecular simulations show the critical role of interfacial hydro-dynamics" in the journal Physical...

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07 DEC

L'iLM lauréat des trophées de l'INPI catégorie Recherche

Les Trophées INPI qui distinguent des entreprises et centres de recherche innovants pour l’exemplarité de leur stratégie de propriété industrielle, ont distingué l’Institut lumière matière (ILM - CNRS/Université Claude Bernard...

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28 NOV

Quantifying the response to an anti-tumor treatment

Angélique Carlotta, Sylvain Monnier, Thomas Dehoux, Hélène Delanoë-Ayari, Charlotte Rivière & Jean-Paul Rieu (team Biophysics), with colleagues from Lyon, have published an article entitled "In-depth phenotypic characterization of multicellular tumor...

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24 NOV

Integrated photonics, unlimited by linear polarizations

Stéphan Guy, Bruno Baguenard & Amina Bensalah-Ledoux (team MNP), in collaboration with colleagues from Bejaïa and Lyon, have published an article entitled "Full polarization control of optical planar waveguides with...

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16 NOV

Water: more anomalous than ever

Vincent Holten, Emmanuel Guillerm & Frédéric Caupin (team Liquids and Interfaces), with colleagues from Bern and Potsdam, have published an article entitled "Compressibility anomalies in stretched water and their interplay...

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27 OCT

When cell-to-cell contacts make their movement more efficient

Joseph D’Alessandro, Christophe Anjard, Jean-Paul Rieu and Charlotte Rivière (team Biophysique), in collaboration with François Detcheverry (team Liquids and interfaces) and colleagues from Sendai and Boston, published an article entitled "Contact...

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Tous les faits marquants...

Décembre 2017
Mercredi 13 - 09:00
Reunion d'axes -
Jeudi 14 - 14:00
Thèses - Silvio Domingo SILVA SANTOS
Lundi 18 - 15:00
Thèses - Anthony ROBERT
Mardi 19 - 11:00
Séminaire d'institut - Matthias Wuttig
Jeudi 21 - 10:30
Thèses - Ameni Tlili
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