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Hydroxy Channels–Adaptive Pathways for Selective Water Cluster Permeation

Just accepted in JACS and Cover Picture :

Hydroxy Channels–Adaptive Pathways for Selective Water Cluster Permeation

An important milestone for systematic discovery of artificial water (...)

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Cover of J. Materials Chemistry A, Decembre 2020

Les travaux de Damien Voiry et son équipe en couverture du Journal of Materials Chemistry A
"Biomimetic electro-oxidation of alkyl sulfi des from exfoliated molybdenum disulfi de (...)

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The Institute is a member of the European Project INNOMEM

This European Project is dedicated to foster deployment and scale-up of innovative nano-enabled membranes and their derived products. For more information, please visit:
Contact : Prof. P. (...)

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To read in Material Horizons...

A recent joint study between Dr Sebastien Balme and Dr Ludo Dumee (visiting professor from Deakin University, Australia) demonstrates gate keeping effects across hybrid metal/ion exchange (...)

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novel process for porous membrane preparation suitable for hydrophilic polymers

A novel process for porous membrane preparation suitable for hydrophilic polymers has been developed in IEM. The porosity formation results on Pickering emulsion templating involving hexagonal (...)

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New membranes inspired by cellular proteins...

Artificial bio-inspired membranes for water filtration
From a desire to develop breakthrough technologies for water filtration and purification, researchers have developed membranes with (...)

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Highlight on the detection of nanoparticles by nanopore

A study has been carried out at IEM in collaboration with the University of Deakin on the transport of nanoparticles coated with DNA in a single nanopore. Among other things, they made it (...)

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Fuel cell to feed electro Fenton process

An original approach has been developed at IEM in the field of treatment of water loaded with biorefractory pollutants. This approach involves the use of a "zero-energy" system combining i) a (...)

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