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synchrotron-based techniques to unveil the nanobiointerface

WELCOME TO

THE GROUP

 

Our group is focused on utilizing synchrotron-based techniques to explore fundamental questions related to the nanobiointerface. We are committed to developing innovative methods, protocols, and strategies at the intersection of chemistry, physics, and biology to

unravel the interaction

between nanoparticles and biological systems.

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synchrotron beam

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monodisperse nanoparticles

A LITTLE ABOUT US

 

We are a research group working at the Brazilian Synchrotron Laboratory (LNLS) located at the CNPEM campus in Campinas - Brazil. Campinas is a middle-size town which is about one hour drive from São Paulo city. Due to the amazing facilities available at the LNLS-SIRIUS as well as at the CNPEM campus, our group makes use of a variety of synchrotron-beased beamlines as well as fully equipped  laboratories.

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