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Physico chemistry of solids, thin films, biotechnologies
Applications for micro & nano- technologies, energy, health ...

Interfaces between Materials and Biological Matter

Our interdisciplinary group is focused on the interfaces between materials/biomolecules and cells, where complex physico-chemical and biological phenomena take place. Research applications range from biosensors and drug delivery to biomaterials and tissue engineering.

At the interface between material science, biochemistry and cellular biology, our research projects are organized in three main themes :


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    The paper "Rapid immunoassay exploiting nanoparticles and micromagnets: proof-of-concept using ovalbumin model" has been pub lished in Bioanalysis
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    Congratulations Vincent! His paper on the generation of micropatterns of BMP-2 within fibronectin has been published in Scientific Reports.
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    The paper "Role of the external NH2 linker on the conformation of surface immobilized single strand DNA probes and their SERS detection" has been published in Applied Surface Science
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    The paper "Selective ammonia gas sensor based on SnO2-APTES modification" has been published in Procedia Engineering
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    The paper "Surface–Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy Label–free Detection of DNA Complementary PolyA and PolyT Polybases on Ag/TiO2 Platform" has been published in ChemistrySelect
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    The paper "Insulin Aggregation at a Dynamic Solid−Liquid−Air Triple Interface" has been published in Langmuir
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Group Members


We are always looking for highly motivated scientists.
Please send a cover letter and a CV to Catherine Picart
or check the Positions offers

Written by Colette Lartigue

Date of update January 26, 2017

Communauté Université Grenoble Alpes
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