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Isabelle Marcotte work among the "50 challenges for 2050" by the magazine Québec Science.
In its special 50th anniversary edition, the popular science magazine Québec Science has met nearly hundred young researchers, including Pr. Isabelle Marcotte, working on 50 challenges facing our society by 2050 in the areas of medicine, social sciences, technology, basic science and agriculture.
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Journal L'UQAM, vol. XXXVIII, no 11 - 20 février 2012
Qu’on les apprête au vin blanc ou à la crème, les moules ont beaucoup d’adeptes : au Canada, on en récolte plus de 20 000 tonnes par année. Mais avant d’atterrir dans nos supermarchés, les moules doivent être débyssées, c’est-à-dire départies de leur byssus, ce faisceau de fils dorés et rêches qui leur permet de se fixer aux rochers.
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Advanced Materials & Processes, Volume 169, Issue 4, April 2011
The Advanced Materials & Processes magazine has published into its April 2011 issue a small article concerning the research of Pr. Jerome Claverie on engineering nanoparticle coatings and polymer characterization using High Temperature Gel Permeation Chromatograpy (HT-GPC) technic.
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Journal Métro - 22 February 2010
The Metro newspaper has published yesterday, in its Careers/Education section, a short article about Nathalie Chamberland, master student in chemistry at UQAM, with Pr. Benoît Marsan.
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Découvrir - Volume 31, Number 1, January-February 2010
Les cellules cancéreuses font de la résistance. La cellule cancéreuse ne se laisse pas intoxiquer sans résistance, et expulser “l’ennemi” hors de ses frontières membranaires est l’une de ses techniques de défense. Pour ce faire, elle utilise des pompes, sortes de structures motrices formées de protéines, qui rejettent les médicaments chimiothérapeutiques vers l’extérieur.
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Journal Métro - 30 Novembre 2009
The Metro newspaper has published last month, in Careers/Education section, a short article about Jean-Christophe Daigle, Ph.D. student in chemistry at UQAM, with Professor Jerome Claverie.
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Découvrir - Volume 30, Number 5, November-December 2009
The NanoQAM Center of the University of Quebec at Montreal (UQAM) has developed an expertise in the observation of nanoscale objects. Last May, it has acquired a new device: an atomic force microscope (AFM).
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L’Express - Hors série No 16 July-August 2009
The Nano mini-sector, maxi-ambitions. Since 2000, Quebec has made nanotechnology one of its priorities in terms of research and specifically target four areas: the wood industry, transportation, life sciences and electronics/photonics.
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Le Devoir - Edition 26 and April 27, 2008
UQAM - A new player is added in nanotechnology. Mainly known for its training and research in the social sciences and communication, UQAM would also make its way in the world of pure and applied sciences.
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