Bruno Grassl — Fractionnement par couplage flux force pour l’analyse de polymères de hautes masses molaires : évaluations et limites de la méthode

L’analyse d’objets submicroniques en taille par couplage flux-force avec la diffusion de la lumière est connue depuis une trentaine d’années (A4F-MALS). Ses applications à des objets « mous » tels que les polymères de hautes masses molaires et de fortes dispersités présentent néanmoins quelques limitations et constituent encore un challenge en analyse. Les travaux récentsContinue reading

Organometallic Nanoparticles : Surface chemistry, magnetic heating and catalysis

The development of renewable energies is an essential requirement for a future sustainable world. However, both solar and wind power energies are intermittent and raise questions regarding their real efficiency since energy production can oscillate between shortage and over-production. The power-to-gas approach developed in particular in Germany is an alternative to the smart grid andContinue reading

Wearable Eccrine Sweat Biosensing

Despite the many advantages of eccrine perspiration (sweat) compared to other biofluids (particularly in “wearable” devices), sweat remains an underrepresented source of biomarker analytes compared to the established biofluids blood, urine, and saliva. Several challenges have historically kept sweat from its place in the pantheon of clinical samples. These challenges include very low sample volumesContinue reading