A revolutionary method for bonding gels and biological tissues

Researchers have just discovered an effective and easy-to-use method for bonding biological gels and tissues. A team led by Ludwik Leibler (1), including researchers from the Soft Matter and Chemistry Laboratory (CNRS/ESPCI ParisTech) and the Physical Chemistry of Polymers and Dispersed Media Laboratory (CNRS/ESPCI ParisTech), has just discovered an effective and easy-to-use method for bonding gels and biological tissues.


The biometric watch from Ionosys

Here is a mix of biometrics and connected object: the watch signed Ionosys. To connect to your company's network, you approach your watch to a sensor located in the tablet or computer. The bracelet of the watch contains biometric data that allow you to identify yourself in a much more efficient way.


Mars explored by snake robots

We've been imagining martians on the planet Mars for decades, but snakes?! This is the Serpex project, funded by the European Space Agency, and piloted by the Scandinavian research centre Sintef, which is trying to assess the usefulness of studying difficult access areas, in tandem with the Rover modules. The


After the Autolib', the Avionlib'?

Taking a plane like taking a taxi. This is the principle of PPlane, a project led by European researchers. Self-service, like today's bicycles or Autolib', it will be piloted remotely. Its trajectory will be monitored by operators on the ground. Its design should take another twenty years to complete. The

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