chemistry

Claire de March, a researcher with flair

Winner of the 2023 Irène Joliot-Curie Prize in the "Young Woman Scientist" category, this research chemist has developed the very first experimental structure of a human olfactory receptor. Claire de March is a scientist with flair. In November 2023 she was awarded, along with four other laureates, the Irène Joliot-Curie "Young Woman Scientist of the Year" prize by the French Academy of Sciences.

First Complete Vascularization of Organoids on Microfluidic Chip

Chemistry - Health

In Vitro System Bypasses -Complex Technical Setups- of Alternative Approaches And Supports Production Scaling e Interdisciplinary Research Institut

Chemistry - Physics - Dec 20, 2023

How is an ionic liquid structured when it comes into contact with a wall?

Publication of the Physics Laboratory and Chemistry Laboratory in the journal Langmuir on November 16, 2023. News by CNRS Chemistry on December 19, 2023.

A neural organoid with an immune environment

Life Sciences - Chemistry

French, Singaporean and British researchers, led by Prof. Florent Ginhoux, head of a research team at Gustave Roussy/Inserm, have succeeded in

International Research Team Achieves First-Reported, Complete Vascularization of Organoids on Microfluidic Chip

In Vitro System Bypasses -Complex Technical Setups- of Alternative Approaches And Supports Production Scaling e Interdisciplinary Research Institute of Grenoble (IRIG) , CEA-Leti and fellow European and Canadian institutes a

Chemistry - Physics - Nov 28, 2023

A new, more abundant catalyst to generate dihydrogen from water

Publication of the Chemistry Laboratory in the journal ACS Catalysis on November 9, 2023. Communication of CNRS Chemistry on November 27, 2023. Producing dihydrogen by electrolysis of water requires rare and therefore expensive catalysts.

Chemistry - History - Nov 6, 2023

How humans stole the color red from plants

Between 13,000 and 9,650 years ago, the Natoufian culture developed on the eastern Mediterranean coast of northern Israel. According to recent discoveries, these hunter-gatherers were the first to use red pigments of organic origin.