Interaction of biological membranes with nano-objects

Nano/bio interfaces are crucial both for nanomedicine and as regards nanoparticles toxicity. The workshop will focus on emerging complementary tools and approaches developed to study how nano-objects interact with biological membranes: biomimetic and natural membranes, microfluidic technologies, biophysics of endocytosis, in silico studies, physical-chemistry of nano-objects and membranes.


The preliminary program is available here: Program


The goal is to put together researchers from different communities in order to progress on our understanding of the nano/bio interface, identify challenges and opportunities, and initiate new collaborations.

The workshop is organized within the framework of CNRS international PICS program “Microfluidics for Soft Matter”.


The seminar will take place in LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse. Practical information to reach LAAS can be found here.

The talks will start on Monday the 18th at 9am, and the workshop will finish on Tuesday noon.


Registration is free but mandatory by filling this form.

Dead-line for registration is Thursday, 7th Nov.


Participants have the opportunity to present a poster that will be displayed during coffee breaks and at lunchtime.




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