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Mcube research activities

Research in the Mcube group is geared towards the understanding of the physical properties of self- assembled phospholipid bilayers. Our conviction is that self-assembled two-dimensional structures are at the cross roads of exciting and promising present fields of scientific research, posing fundamental theoretical and experimental challenges for the physicist, and opening into a wide ground of potential applications in materials science, biophysics, pharmacy and cosmetics, only to mention a few. The group M3 Membranes and Microforces brought together scientists with complementary competences in experimental and theoretical Physics, that share a common interest to the field.

For convenience we organize the presentation of our research results in the three chapters below, the reader will certainly perceive the multiple interconnections resulting from a shared interest by the group members for membranes and for the physics of self-assembled Soft Matter.

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