Highlights 2011

October 2011

Contact : Yoann ROUPIOZ
Yoann Roupioz (SPrAM) has received one of the four 2011 awards by the Japanese company HORIBA. He is being honored for his work on cell biochips and real-time monitoring of cellular secretions and their relevance to the diagnosis and rapid screening of potential vaccines. The other three awardees ... More »
Contact : Arnaud BUHOT
Two students from SPrAM, Feriel Mélaïne and Robin Pinilla, belong to the joint UJF/Grenoble-INP team nominated for the 2011 iGEM world championship jamboree to be held in Boston (USA) on November 5-7. Grenoble team was competing with its project "Mercuro-coli", an innovative biosensor ... More »

September 2011

This result is on the front page of Phys. Rev Lett. 107 (13). The article by S. Raymond et al., Understanding the Complex Phase Diagram of Uranium: The Role of Electron-Phonon Coupling, reports on an experimental study coupled to theoretical calculations explaining the phase diagram of uranium, for ... More »

August 2011

The september issue of C.R. Physique offers an unconventional content entitled Nanosciences and nanotechnologies:hopes and concerns edited by J. Villain and L. Laurent. Just for once, this issue is targeted towards a large audience,  talking about physics of course,  but also about its ... More »

July 2011

The june-august issue of C.R. Physique is devoted to Superconductivity of strongly correlated systems: three papers are written by SPSMS researchers, emphasizing the high level of international recognition on this topic obtained by the lab for years : Antiferromagnetism and superconductivity in ... More »

May 2011

Nanosized oxide and hydroxide clusters of actinides (uranium, plutonium) play an important role in technology for the nuclear industry, in the migration of the actinides released in the environment by mining, energy production or weapons, and into related remediation strategies. Nanoparticle ... More »


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