LJP at a glance

LJP research activities consist in Physics at the interface of with Biology and Medicine. We develop new experimental approaches to probe complex biological systems at different scales, and we develop bio-inspired systems to develop new concepts or to improve our understanding of given biological mechanisms. A large part of our research aims at exploring the response of a biological system to external perturbations. Finally, the LJP includes a theoretical component closely interacting with experimenters.

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12
NOV
TBA
By Abdou Rachid Thiam (ENS)
November 12, 2019 at 11:00AM - Salle de séminaires 5ème étage, Tour 32-33
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News

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11
OCT 2019
Science festival
The lab has a stand at the university Fête de la Science
09
OCT 2019
Bronze medal CNRS
http://www.cnrs.fr/fr/personne/claude-loverdo A CNRS bronze medal awarded to Claude Loverdo, a LJP ...
08
OCT 2019
PhD defense - Jean-Baptiste Thomazo
The tongue-palate system is able to detect fine texture variations in the mouth where the best rheometers ...
19
SEP 2019
IBPS-LJP Meeting
A meeting between the LJP and the IBPS will take place on September 19, 2019 in the afternoon. This half-day ...
06
SEP 2019
PhD Defense Manon Valet
I would like to invite you to my PhD defense, September 6 2PM in Amphithéâtre Charpak. It is ...
03
SEP 2019
Anne-Florence Bitbol obtains an ERC Starting Grant
Anne-Florence Bitbol obtained a 2019 ERC Starting Grant for her project titled "Optimization and historical ...


Latest publications

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Phylogenetic correlations can suffice to infer protein partners from sequences - PLoS Computational Biology
G. Marmier , M. Weigt , A.F. Bitbol
  URL Full text PDF Bibtex doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1007179
Real-time visualization of mutations and their fitness effects in single bacteria - Nature Protocols
L. Robert , J. Ollion , M. Elez
  URL Full text PDF Bibtex doi:10.1038/s41596-019-0215-x
Probing in-mouth texture perception with a biomimetic tongue - Journal of Royal Society Interface
J.B. Thomazo , J. Pastenes , C.J. Pipe , B. Le Révérend , E. Wandersman , A.M. Prevost
  URL Full text PDF Bibtex doi:10.1098/rsif.2019.0362