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Encapsulating Matter, from inert to alive: design and applications.

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The talk will present some routes to create capsules-like colloidal structures, with use in large scale chemical industry as well as in microbiology and tissue engineering. We will indeed discuss how shell properties and nature of these various structures can be tuned to cover a very large range of applications. Three examples will be particularly discussed: 1) permeable shell for cell culture, 2) breakable shells for chemical industry 3) Inverse Emulsions and ripening to probe cell metabolism and adaptation in real time.

This talk is part of the Biophysical Seminars series.

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