The beneficiary CNRS, and affiliated entity ECL, represent a partnership of two academic laboratories (MATEIS (UMR5510 CNRS/INSA-Lyon/UCBL) and Lyon Institute of Nanotechnology- INL- joint research unit 5270CNRS/Ecole Centrale de Lyon/INSA-Lyon/CPE/UCBL).
MATEIS is a material science laboratory, specialist of the design, fabrication, testing and optimization of new materials, using both experimental and modelling approaches. Both Ceramics and Biomaterials teams of MATEIS are involved in the project and bring an internationally recognized knowledge on zirconia ceramics, from processing to mechanical properties and durability in simulated in vivo conditions in addition to their expertise on cell biology and microbiology.
The Lyon Institute of Nanotechnology (INL) is multidisciplinary research public laboratory in the areas of micro and nanotechnologies and their applications. The Device for Health and Environment team of INL is involved in the project for its interdisciplinary research activities focusing on coupling micro/nanotechnology, chemistry, biochemistry, mechanobiology and physiology for life sciences. It has expertise on the development of chemical processes for surface bio-engineering for biomedical applications (biosensors, implants,…)
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