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Jerome Wenger NanoBioPhotonics

Jerome Wenger NanoBioPhotonics

NanoBioPhotonics research at Fresnel Institute Marseille: nanophotonics, biophotonics, plasmonics, single molecule, spectroscopy, optical microscopy.
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Articles : 254
Depuis : 21/12/2006
Categorie : Technologie & Science

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Juan is now Dr. de Torres

Juan is now Dr. de Torres

Congratulations Juan for the successful PhD defense on nanophotonic control of Förster resonance energy transfer!
NanoVista project results on Cordis

NanoVista project results on Cordis

From the ICFO news: The European Commission has a very clear strategy for the effective dissemination and exploitation of EU-funded research results in which CORDIS (Community Research and Development Information Service) plays a primary role. The NANO-VISTA project, coordinated by ICREA Professor at ICFO Dr. Maria Garcia-Parajo, was recently highl

End of year thinking: stay true to yourself

Good period to take some distance from our daily routine and think about ourselves. But who are we by the way? True individuals or mirrors of somebody else? Think of it, and til next time, live like a nanopirate! Warning: the video below is giving the hard truth, and it may hit hard. Sensitive readers, fasten your seatbelts.
Jerome Wenger is a nominee for the Jean Jerphagnon prize 2016

Jerome Wenger is a nominee for the Jean Jerphagnon prize 2016

The Jean Jerphagnon prize aims to promote a young researcher with an innovative project of high scientific and/or industrial interest. This year, Jerome went with a project on "label-free molecular biosensor using dual-color photon cross correlation spectroscopy" following the promising results of his ERC Proof-of-Concept grant PhoCCS. Out of a tot
ERC Consolidator Project Funded!

ERC Consolidator Project Funded!

Thanks to the ERC for empowering the scientists to follow their dreams. Thanks to the panel members for their confidence. Thanks to my colleagues for their support. Freedom is to be true to one’s dreams. We are going to make this vision a scientific reality.
Label-free molecular diagnosis and biosensor: Introducing PhOCCS technology

Label-free molecular diagnosis and biosensor: Introducing PhOCCS technology

Label-free molecular biosensors featuring a high sensitivity together a simple manipulation and low operation costs remain a major technological challenge. We introduce a novel technique for high sensitivity specific DNA sensing in a single step homogeneous solution phase in our recent open access article Single-Step DNA Detection Assay Monitoring
Celebrating the 10 years of ERC

Celebrating the 10 years of ERC

Many things change in ten years, the thirst for discovery remains. More links on CNRS celebrating the ERC here and on the ERC grantees within CNRS.
Sneak preview: picogram protein sensing with PhoCCS 5x better and faster than ELISA

Sneak preview: picogram protein sensing with PhoCCS 5x better and faster than ELISA

PSA detection in protein buffer solution, here's the match: On the left side: PhOCCS, single mixing step, no washing, 60 min incubation, single readout, 20 pg/mL limit of detection On the right side: ELISA, three washing and rinsing steps, >3h total process duration, >100 pg/mL limit of detection Let the figure speak by themselves. Simple sensing.
4th Summer School On Plasmonics SSOP4, Sept. 2017, Porquerolles

4th Summer School On Plasmonics SSOP4, Sept. 2017, Porquerolles

Submissions and registrations for the 4th Summer School On Plasmonics (SSOP4) are now open. The school will be held on September 3-8, 2017, in Porquerolles, one of the most beautiful island of the Mediterranean sea. Please find more information at http:www.fresnel.fr/ssop4/ Lectures and tutorials presented by international specialists on plasmonics