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Cermav participated in the writing of 3 articles of this book which is considered as the bible of glycobiologists. Click on the title for more information.
Organized by The Cosmetic Valley, the University of Grenoble Alpes and the CNRS, the Cosmetic Research Tour aims to boost public/private collaboration for cosmetics. Click on the title for more information.
The European Academy of Sciences (EURASC) is an independent, non-profit, non-governmental organization. It brings together the most eminent scholars and engineers carrying out cutting-edge research and the development of cutting-edge technologies. One of its objectives is to promote fundamental research and excellence in science and technology. Click on the title for more information.
Maeva Touzard completed her thesis at Cermav under the supervision of Laurent Heux (CNRS Research Director). It is entitled "Biomimetic materials of the plant cell wall and enzymatic modifications". Click on the title for more information.
After postponements due to the pandemic, Anne Imberty was able to receive the 2020 Catalán-Sabatier Award. Click on the site to access the content.
Cermav publishes its activity brochure focused on recent scientific activities and events from 2017 to 2021. Click on the title to access it.
The Carbogels project is managed by Sami Halila (CNRS researcher) at Cermav, and led to patent application for a new class of organogelator with adjustable rheological properties for cosmetics and dermopharmacy. Click on the title for more information.
Dislocations and tilt grain boundaries have been observed in colloidal polycrystalline hexosomes of amphiphilic β‑cyclodextrins acylated with C14 chains, and described using the concepts of coincidence site lattice and structural units. Click on the title for more information.