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8 January 2019

Sensing a picoliter for the direct measurement of liquid flow rate in nanofluidicis

Physicists developed recently a simple sensor to measure minute liquid flow rates. This sensor, based on the accumulation of liquid within a deformable membrane, has been developed for the study of flows in nanofluidics. In particular, this sensor is devoted to the characterisation of coupled transport phenomena within a single nanopore. These phenomena, that remain partially understood, are of interest for water treatment and renewable energy conversion.

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5 December 2018

The biochemical pathway of ATP by red blood cells elucidated

The understanding of the mechanisms of biochemical signaling, which is ubiquitous in the vascular network, is essential for the design of therapies adapted to cardiovascular pathologies. The release of ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate) by red blood cells is a major mechanism that has been modeled in this work, in agreement with experiments conducted at Harvard.

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10 September 2018

PhD defenses, this autumn @ LIPhy

We wish a good luck to our third year PhD students. All dates of defence are listed on the scientific agenda.

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5 July 2018

NanoBob, Quantum communication using photon entanglement between a ground station and a CubeSat

A LIPHY researcher is leading the effort of the Grenoble University Space Center (CSUG) to develop, in collaboration with the Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information in Vienna (AT) and a dozen other partners, a nanosatellite that aims at demonstrating quantum secure communication using a CubeSat terminal.

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2 July 2018

Healthy red blood cells flow in an ordered pattern, unlike diseased ones

Healthy red blood cells (RBCs) under flow settle into an ordered spatial pattern, whereas pathological RBCs succumb to disorder, offering a simple visual diagnosis to detect RBC pathologies.

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