Science is Wonderful

  Science is Wonderful is an initiative of European Union’s Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA). It bridges the research carried out by the MSCA funded projects with schools across the European Union. It highlights and brings EU-funded research closer to primary and secondary school students and gives them the opportunity to interact with leading researchers and innovators. From … Read more

PhD proposal

Ferromagnétiques de Van der Waals et hétérostructures pour la spin-orbitronique PhD Van der Waals ferromagnets and heterostructures for spin-orbitronics   Laboratory : LPCNO, Nanomagnetism group, INSA Toulouse, France Nanomagnetism Supervisors : Benjamin Lassagne, Thomas Blon ;,   Recently discovered 2D van der Waals (vdW) ferromagnet materials such as CrI3, CrBr3, Cr2Ge2Te6 or FexGeTey, etc are … Read more

Thèse : Nanoparticle based catalysis

Thèse : Nanoparticle based catalysis   Experimental thesis in the Nanostructure and Organometallic Group, codirection : Lise-Marie Lacroix (LPCNO) and Pr. Richard Tilley (University of New South Walles, Signey, Australia). Duration : 3 to 4 years. Location : LPCNO, INSA, Toulouse (France) and UNSW, Sidney (Australia) Key words : Metallic nanoparticle, single atom, electrochemistry description … Read more

Lise-Marie Lacroix is ​​winner of the Academy of Sciences Prize “chemistry at the heart of society’s challenges”.

Lise-Marie Lacroix is a lecturer at the University of Toulouse III – Paul Sabatier and a member of the Laboratory of Physics and Chemistry of Nano-Objects (LPCNO), Lise-Marie Lacroix was appointed in 2022 as a junior member at the University Institute of France. At the physics-chemistry interface, Lise-Marie Lacroix works on the development of new … Read more

TraPCat³ : 3rd Trans Pyrenean Meeting in Catalysis

The third Trans Pyrenean Meeting in Catalysis, will take place on November 2nd, 3rd 2023 in Toulouse, France.
This meeting will be devoted to the modeling, design and/or application of catalysts, homogeneous, heterogeneous or enzymatic.
Further information is available in the attached flyer and at the conference website (