The engineering of highly organized systems from instructed molecular building blocks opens up new vistas for the control of matter and the exploration of nanodevice concepts. Supramolecular self-assembly at surfaces has proven in the last two decades to be very efficient for creating atomically-con
Every day, we create 2.5 quintillion (2.5 E30) bytes of data, so much that 90 % of the data in the world today has been created in the last two years alone. The discovery of a universal memory that exhibits fast access speed, high-density storage, and non-volatility has fueled research into phase-ch
Versatile ultra-sensitive FET sensor: Application to the detection of Cesium in natural waters – SENCEI
Human activities gradually lead to the degradation of the environment and cause adverse effects on human health by the release in food, water, air or soil of various pollutants or harmful molecules. Quantifying their presence and their impact on both the environment and the human health is crucial.
Intracellular tracking of protein function by design and synthesis of fluorogenic probes for MEMORY imaging – GLUTTRACK
This project wishes to meet the challenge of tracking the migration of a particular protein within the eucaryotic cell, its installation in organelles, and/or its migration towards the cell membrane. To this end, we wish to put to use one of three to four strategies considered today for this purpose