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We use microfluidics as a means to study biological mechanisms at the cellular level, and to answer questions at the interface between fluid mechanics and biology. Along the way, we also develop novel microfluidic platforms enhancing our technical abilities. For more details, see the research page.
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- How do you cover a spherical interface with rod-like bacteria? In collaboration with Michael Benzaquen.
- How much more can algae eat thanks to external flows?.
- Can we understand the enhanced diffusion in 2D films of microoalgae?. Experiments will be compared to the output of numerical simulations carried out by a student under the supervision of Blaise Delmotte in the lab.