Institut Charles Sadron News

Best talk prize awarded to an ICS student
2022-07-29

Gabriel Martinez, student from the SYCOMMOR team, was awarded the best talk prize in the Curiosity French-German young chemists symposium

Madeline Vauthier wins the prize for pedagogical innovation
2022-07-22

During the lockdown, she proposed to the students an "in your kitchen" version of the ECPM practical lessons.

Innovation award from MICA Carnot Institute
2022-07-06

On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the Carnot Institute MICA, Fouzia Boulmedais received the innovation award in exploratory project.

Plastic to brick at the Institute Charles Sadron
2022-06-14

The ICS is initiating together with 3 other institutes of the CNRS Alsace the project "Plastic to Brick" on the sorting of plastic waste

Award GDR Synthflux
2022-06-10

One of the awards of the GDR SynthFlux was granted to Wasif Razzaq on June 9 2022 in Orléans for his PhD work.

How do spindles stack?
2022-04-21

We elucidated the assembly of spindle-shaped gold nanoparticles, revealing a subtle balance between the symmetry of the particles and of the lattice

Microfluidics and Janus fibers
2022-04-13

Preparation of Janus fibers by photopolymerization in microfluidics and dyes removal

IUPAC Global Women'sBreakfast 2022
2022-03-08

On the 16th of February we were pleased to hold an IUPAC Global Women Breakfast 2022 joining more than 400 other meetings happening worldwide...

Mussel-inspired design of enzymatic micro-biosensor
2022-02-21

The development of enzymatic biosensors is crucial for the monitoring of pathologies such as diabetes or in the food industry.

ICS emerging investigator in Chemical Communications
2022-01-07

The work of Amparo Ruiz-Carretero, a researcher from the SYCOMMOR team, has been featured in the 2021 emerging investigators issue of Chemical Communications

Hydrophobicity and gene therapy
2021-08-20

Insertion of hydrophobic spacers on dodecalysines as potential transfection enhancers

Orbital motion in Soft Matter
2021-05-27

Orbital motion at the micron-scale for self-propelled Janus colloids interacting with giant lipid vesicles