Alexandre Remson received a Master degree in Chemistry from the Université de Mons in 2020. His Master thesis was about the role of molecular and supramolecular chirality on epithelial cell migration. The same year, he was awarded a research grant from the Fonds National de la Recherche Scientifique (FNRS) and started a thesis under the supervision of Profs Mathieu Surin and Sylvain Gabriele in the Université de Mons. His research topic is line with his master thesis. We aim at understanding how molecular and supramolecular chirality can influence biochemical signals by modulating integrin-based mechanotransduction mechanisms.