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February 2023

Prof. Hagan Bayley “The Remarkable Science of Nanopores: from Gene Sequencing to Organ Repair”

February 20 @ 4:30 pm
ISIS – Salle de conférence

Prof. Hagan Bayley University of Oxford   Hagan Bayley is the Professor of Chemical Biology at the University of Oxford. His research lies at the interface between chemistry and biology. Using protein chemistry, organic chemistry, and biophysics, his lab explores the folding, assembly, and function of transmembrane channels and pores. Stemming from these findings, his lab also develops engineered protein nanopores for applications in biotechnology including stochastic sensing, ultrarapid biopolymer sequencing and single-molecule covalent chemistry. More recently, the Bayley lab…

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Prof. Maria Jesus Vicent “Designing Personalized Polymer-based Combination Nanomedicines for Advanced Stage Breast Cancer Patients”

February 27 @ 4:30 pm
ISIS – Salle de conférence

Prof. Maria Jesus Vicent Polymer Therapeutics Lab, Prince Felipe Research Center (CIPF) Valencia, Spain Abstract Breast cancer, the most prevalent tumor in women worldwide1, still lacks effective treatment approaches that increase survival rates and reduce side effects. The implementation of polypeptide-based polymer-drug conjugation strategies represents a promising approach2. The physico-chemical parameters of a polypeptide-conjugate, and hence its biological performance, are defined by an intricate interplay of multiple structural factors. This highlights the need for detailed structure-activity relationship studies to develop…

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March 2023

Jean-François LUTZ “The Languages of Synthetic Polymers”

March 6 @ 4:30 pm
ISIS – Salle de conférence

Jean-François LUTZ Institut de Science et d’Ingénierie Supramoléculaires, Université de Strasbourg, CNRS UMR 7006, France.   Abstract It has been shown in recent years that information can be stored at the molecular level in synthetic polymers . To achieve such a property, different comonomers are used as a molecular alphabet and assembled together into a defined information sequence. For instance, an alphabet based on two different monomers allows writing of binary information in a linear polymer chain . But, of…

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Prof. Bettina Lotsch

March 13 @ 4:30 pm
ISIS – Salle de conférence

Prof. Bettina Lotscht Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research and University of Munich (LMU) Title and abstract will be announced a few weeks in advance

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