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Constituent units

D'Alembert Institute is a federation of four consituent units (ENS Paris-Saclay - CNRS) reaching very varied fields from physics to biology through chemistry and applied physics:

Research fields

      • Elucidation of fundamental phenomena in the field of cell biology and throughout understanding of molecular mechanisms underlying pathologies (cancer, VIH, neurodegenerative diseases...)
      • Development of new biological imaging methods with high spatial and temporal resolutions, molecular photonics
      • Design, development and characterization of molecular and biomolecular nanostructures for labelling (optical, magnetic...) of active biological entities
      • Design and development of new bio-microsystems for diagnostic, therapeutic or screening purposes


          Director: Bruno Le Pioufle
          Secretary: 33

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