2021

Research | 11/06/2021
Protein engineering offers huge potential rewards, but is a slow and arduous process. Tiny molecular machines could massively speed up the rate at which novel and improved variants can be found. The CORDIS platform on european funded researched recently highlighted the work of Yannick Rondelez  Read more

Awards, Research | 04/05/2021
Mathias Fink and Mickael Tanter have been nominated amongst the european inventor award finalists by the European Patent Office. A few years ago, they invented a new tool for medical imaging : shear waves elastography, combined with ultrasound imaging to measure the stiffness of biological  Read more

Research | 15/03/2021
Mapping the cerebral vascular network in human patients, at unprecedented scales: this tour de force has been achieved by the French laboratory Physics for Medicine Paris (ESPCI Paris-PSL, Inserm, CNRS). In a study published in front page of Nature Biomedical Engineering, the research team  Read more

Research | 17/02/2021
The Physics for Medicine Paris laboratory (Inserm/ESPCI Paris-PSL/CNRS), in collaboration with Robert Debré Hospital (AP-HP/Inserm) is developing functional ultrasound imaging to monitor the brain activity of neonates in a way that existing neuroimaging modalities do not achieve. Their latest  Read more

Life at ESPCI Paris | 11/02/2021
the United Nations General Assembly adeclaried 11 February as the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. For this occasion we wanted to give them voices , whether they are students, engineers or researchers. Juliane Klamser Cécile Davrinche and Valentine Rollot Chloé Dupuis Surabhi K.  Read more

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