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February 06 2017

Grenoble Institute of Technology 2017 adventure race to take place in Vercors

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The 22nd annual Grenoble Institute of Technology adventure race will take place on May 6 and 7 in the Vercors mountains. The team event, organized by the students, is open to all: working professionals, women, men, the disabled…everyone is welcome! A qualification race will be held on March 25 on a completely new route in […] >>

February 06 2017

Bag-Era makes the IoT more reliable

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Bag-Era, which was founded in 2016 and is based in Montbonnot, near Grenoble, is developing the fruits of six years of research at Leti and IRT Nanoelec on synchronizing connected objects and services. Everybody is talking about the Internet of Things, but for it to become a reality, sensors and switches must be more coherent […] >>

February 06 2017

Startup EnWires sets up shop at LMGP

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In November startup EnWires moved from INAC (of which it is a spinoff) to engineering physics and materials lab LMGP. EnWires continues to conduct its basic research with INAC, but will now be able to use the process it has developed at a larger scale at LMGP. The startup’s contract allows it to use LMGP’s […] >>

February 06 2017

Phelma: 2017 admissions open to graduates of additional science prep programs

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Grenoble Institute of Technology’s Phelma engineering school will be saving two slots next fall for students coming out of preparatory classes in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Earth Science (formed when the Biology and Veterinary prep programs merged). This is the first time the school’s admissions policy allows students from these programs to apply. The goal […] >>

February 06 2017

Apios sets out to repair large bone defects

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The purpose of the Apios project, backed by LMGP*, is to mature a technology for repairing large (5 mm or more) bone defects—such as those due to maxillofacial or orthopedic injuries. The project leverages eight years of research and focuses on trapping active proteins in a biomimetic film placed on an implant to trigger a […] >>
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