BIOSYS group's research aims at understanding biophysical phenomena within microfluidic devices, as well as at promoting new nanofabrication technologies for the life sciences. The smart nanobiosystems (BIOSYS) team has been developing innovative micro/nanofluidic systems towards biological applications. This multi-disciplinary field studies 3 research topics including lab-on-a-chip bioanalyses, micro/nanorobotic swimmers and dynamic reaction network. 7 permanent research staffs are working on this extremely multi-disciplinary axe of resear
The latest Sensors and Actuators paper on microrobotics is online!
Published in CNRS La Lettre Innovation:
by Anne-Marie Haghiri-Gosnet (On-chip analysis)
Article published in Electrochimica Acta