1. Polytech


EMNS - Engineering of Molecular NanoSystems


The EMNS Lab is part of the Chemistry and Materials Science Department of the Brussels School of Engineering and is active in various research topics with applications mainly in the field of Health and Environment.

New publication in The Journal of Organic Chemistry

May 2, 2024

A Semiflexible Tetrahydrazone Macrocycle for Binding of Pyrophosphate and Smaller Anions, by Lau Halgreen, Aaron Torres-Huerta, Karolis Norvaisa, Gaël De Leener, Nikolay Tumanov, Johan Wouters, Kristin Bartik, and Hennie Valkenier - First published: 25 April 2024

1st LUCES Global Action Meeting in Abano Terme

April 19, 2024

The EMNS lab is in the core of the new COST Action "Supramolecular LUminescent Chemosensors for Environmental Security" (LUCES).

New publication in ACS Applied Nano Materials

March 8, 2024

Tailored Ultrastable Core–Shell Au@Ag Nanoparticles for Enhanced Colorimetric Detection in Lateral Flow Assays, by Bryan Gosselin, Gilles Bruylants and Ivan Jabin - First published: 05 March 2024

EMNS researchers go abroad for advanced experiments

February 20, 2024

A short tour of Europe this February...

LUCES COST Action's Core Group meets in Lisbon

February 20, 2024

Kristin and Mélanie, respectively Vice-Chair and Grant Holder Manager, are in the core of the new COST Action "Supramolecular Luminescent Chemosensors for Environmental Security" (LUCES).