We elucidated the assembly of spindle-shaped gold nanoparticles, revealing a subtle balance between the symmetry of the particles and of the lattice
Preparation of Janus fibers by photopolymerization in microfluidics and dyes removal
On the 16th of February we were pleased to hold an IUPAC Global Women Breakfast 2022 joining more than 400 other meetings happening worldwide...
The development of enzymatic biosensors is crucial for the monitoring of pathologies such as diabetes or in the food industry.
The work of Amparo Ruiz-Carretero, a researcher from the SYCOMMOR team, has been featured in the 2021 emerging investigators issue of Chemical Communications
Insertion of hydrophobic spacers on dodecalysines as potential transfection enhancers
Orbital motion at the micron-scale for self-propelled Janus colloids interacting with giant lipid vesicles
What could be better than art and the stage to defend scientific knowledge?
In a recently-published publication, researchers of the PMC group of the ICS describe for the first time the preparation of large sequence-defined macromolecules. These structures were obtained by a c
The adsorption of sequence-defined oligomers based on phenylalanine on Kevlar fibers was investigated.
Starting January 2021, Jean-FranÃ§ois Lutz will join the editorial board of Â« Progress in Polymer Science Â» as Senior Editor
Microbubbles with a shell of nanodiamonds that have a potential for bioimaging and cell therapy have been prepared and studied at the ICS in collaboration with the Institut de Chimie of Clermont Auver