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  • Vincent Bertin receives the Jean Langlois prize for research dissemination

    The Jean Langlois foundation co-awards Julien Es Sayed (former PhD student at the SIMM lab) and Vincent Bertin, PhD student at Gulliver to the Prize for research broadcasting. A donation of 2,500€ comes with the Prize in order to help the young (...)


  • Teresa Lopez-Leon has been awarded the CNRS bronze medal

    CNRS has announced the list of winners of the CNRS medals. Among the winners, this year is Teresa Lopez Leon, researcher in Gulliver. Teresa studies topological defects in liquid crystal shells with one goal in mind: control their formation to (...)


  • Q&A: A World of Experiments Inside a Liquid Crystal

    Teresa Lopez-Leon describes how topological defects in liquid crystals could be used to create artificial atoms or to study math problems in the lab. As a child, it wasn’t uncommon for Teresa Lopez-Leon to hear her parents and uncles—chemists, (...)


  • Paddy Royall joins Gulliver as research director

    Paddy Royall formerly Professor of Physics and Chemistry at the University of Bristol has obtained a Research Director position at CNRS this year and just joined Gulliver. We are extremely happy to welcome Paddy, an expert in soft-matter, and (...)


  • Justine Laurent joins Gulliver as our new engineer

    Justine, formerly at PMMH, has decided to join Gulliver. She will replace Aurelie lloret who just moved to Montpelliers. Justine already knows very well the ESPCI context. She is in charge of the MEB platform, as well as of the Nanoscribe a (...)


  • Gulliver travel to LOMA

    Gulliver could finally make its traditionnal travel this September, after a first attempt cancelled because of the sanitary crisis related to COVID. It is hard to describe how delightful it was to see again colleagues in real, exchange with (...)


  • Gulliver travel to Amsterdam (UVA and AMOLF)

    As every two years, Gulliver travels and visits a lab of close collaborators. This year we went to the University of Amsterdam (UVA) and the AMOLF Research Institute. This was a unique opportunity for the 45-person Gulliver team to discover (...)


  • Guillaume Gines received the ERC starting grant!

    Guillaume Gines received the ERC starting grant to work on Molecular Programming for MicroRNA profiling. He will be joining the Gulliver lab as a CNRS researcher in October. CONGRATULATIONS GUILLAUME!!!
  • Guillaume Durey, doubly rewarded !

    Guillaume Durey, PhD student at Gulliver laboratory, EC2M team, was awarded the Fondation Langlois prize for the dissemination of research, intended to support young researchers in communicating their research results. This award will be used (...)


  • Fée Sorrentino joins the lab as our new CNRS administrator

    We welcome Fee, our new lab CNRS - administrator, who will take in charge all administrative tasks related to the CNRS. Fee joined Gulliver last year for a one year period to evaluate the job. We are so glad she enjoyed it and decided to enter (...)


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