News from BioMicroDevices

Best paper award at BIODEVICES 2020 in Malte

Our paper entitled " Optical spectroscopy for the quality control of ATMP fabrication : a new method to monitor cell expansion and to detect contaminations " by B. Wacogne, D. Legrand, C. Pieralli...

Special issue in Advanced Studies in Nano-BioAnalytical...

Wilfrid BOIREAU is guest editor with Nadine Millot (ICB, Dijon) for a special issue on Advanced Studies in Nano-BioAnalytical Physico-Chemistry , in the MDPI journal Nanomaterials (IF : 4.01). Topics...

Call for collaboration in metrology of extracellular...

Contexte Céline Elie-Caille est membre du réseau national C'Nano, et correspondante (CorrNanoMet) pour le Grand Est, et également membre du Club Nanométrologie, au sein de ce réseau ; ce club...

Bloode project bags 1st prize at Unige I-Team awards

Presentation of the 1st prize of the 3rd I-Teams Award to the Bloode project © ATFM. On Jan 16, a jury composed of several experts of biomedical entrepreneurship, including former Debiopharm CEO...

La recherche sur les vésicules est dans l'air sur France...

Au coeur de nos vaisseaux sanguins © Getty - Blandine Guichardaz / Institut FEMTO-S T Dans nos vaisseaux sanguins, en plus des cellules, circulent des milliards de toutes petites vésicules. Ces...

Welcome Louis Guyon de Montlivault, our new intern for...

Louis Guyon de Montlivault, young graduate in communication from the Haute Ecole ISFSC (Bruxelles, Belgium) will be completing a 5 month-intership at FEMTO-ST for the BioMicroDevices team. His...

MiMedi project is in the press

The MiMedi project that aims to use microtechniques for lowering the cost of personalized medicine, is receiving attention in the press with a paper in the Usine Nouvelle , the organ of the french...

Welcome to our new engineer Mohammad Baz !

Mohammad Hussein BAZ, a graduate of the Master of Nanotechnology from Grenoble, just joined our team at the beginning of November as a new biochemical engineer. He will be in charge of the...

Welcome to a new PhD student Sylvain Midrouet !

Sylvain Midrouet is a biomedical engineer (ISIFC). He worked for 6 months as an engineer at FEMTO-ST on the BLOODE project under the supervision of W. Boireau. He is now starting a PhD with...

New ISIFC lecturer Emmanuel Attal joins BMD group

Emmanuel ATTAL obtained his PhD at Lille University in the field of urban acoustics in 2016. After some experiences in the private sector, he decided to do a fisrt year of ATER at Blois IUT, where he...

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