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    The MINT laboratory is funded by the University of Angers, as well as the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM) and The French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS). Located within the Hospital Facility, the MINT laboratory consists of 40 researchers and PhD students with expertise in diverse fields including; colloids and inferfaces physio-chemistry; galenic chemistry for pharmaceutical formulation; biological research; and imaging. All our research is focused on the design of nano- and micro-scaled vectors for the delivery of therapeutics (encompassing proteins, anti-cancer drugs, DNA, SiRNA, etc.) and/or imaging probes.


    Best video at SFNano2018 awarded by @JC2_SFNano to Kevin Matha

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    Mr Thomas BRIOT - Nouveau Docteur de l'Université d'Angers

    11 October 2018

    New decitabine nanoparticle formulations for acute myeloid leukemia treatments: Soutenance de Thèse de Mr Thomas BRIOT

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    Microrobots Targeting Glioblastoma

    Microrobots Targeting Glioblastoma - A research project supported by 'Plan Cancer Inserm'.

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    Best oral presentation at NanoFar annual meeting

    The collaborative work between MINT (Angers) and CERM (Liège), presented by Vincent Pautu received the 2018 best oral presentation award at the 6th Annual meeting of the Erasmus Mundus NanoFar program organized this year at the University of Modena & Reggio Emilia (UNIMORE) in Italy.

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