Laura is a graduate engineer from ESPCI Paris and UPMC and has a multidisciplinary scientific approach oriented towards societal issues. With a specialisation in microfluidics, she is developing projects at the physics-chemistry-biology interface in academic and industrial experiments. Her thesis work, rewarded by a L'Oréal-UNESCO excellence grant, focused on the development of low-cost medical diagnostic devices adapted to the Guinean context. This expertise in frugal innovation as a vector of solidarity led her to take an interest in the opportunities offered by biomimicry to respond to current environmental challenges.

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