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2 March 2015

The cell as a liquid motor

Living cells, just as muscles, exert forces on their surroundings. Although the molecules involved are the same in muscles and nonmuscle cells, their organisation is very different: crystalline (...)

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19 December 2014

Cells as mechanical compass !

Cells sense and respond to their mechanical environment by exerting forces on their surroundings. The way forces are modulated by extra-cellular matrix (ECM) properties plays a key role in tissue (...)

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17 December 2014

Ivory from an XVIIIth century shipwreck is brought to light.

In the early XVIIIth century, a dutch trade ship sailing close to the coast of Saint-Quay-Portrieux (Britany) sank on his way back from Africa with more than a ton of elephant ivory on board. In (...)

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11 December 2014

APS Fellow

The American Physical Society (APS) has elected Jean-Louis Barrat, LIPHY’s director, as a fellow of the society.
Quoting APS, "the fellowship is a distinct honor signifying recognition by one’s (...)

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5 December 2014

STED-SPIM made simple

The fluorescence light sheet microscopy (also called Selective Plane illumination microscopy : SPIM) illuminates the sample just where it is necessary : the plane of observation. It is the (...)

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