News : Innovation & Society

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 […] >>

February 06 2017

Interview: Thierry Bosc, Clinatec

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Your matching gift campaign brought in €10 million in donations. Were you surprised? The matching gift concept is still very uncommon in France, and it had never been used for such a large fundraising campaign. We didn’t think we would get there this fast! Our sponsors, working under the watchful eye of Alain Mérieux, helped […] >>

February 06 2017

72 local high-school students to attend Inn.Otech 2017

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The second Inn.Otech program, run by STMicroelectronics, Soitec, and Grenoble Institute of Technology will give 72 local high-school sophomores a chance to immerse themselves in the world of microelectronics and semiconductors. The program was set up to bust some myths about careers in science and industry and spark interest in careers in these fields. Each […] >>

February 06 2017

NanoArt photo contest really zooms in!

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Who could forget Maxime Legallais’ 2015 NanoArt-award-winning photo of a red silicon nanowire in the shape of the red AIDS-awareness ribbon? After a hiatus in 2016, NanoArt is back this year and Maxime’s title is up for grabs! The photo contest is organized by Fondation Nanosciences under the aegis of the Grenoble-Alpes University Foundation. Ph.D. […] >>

February 06 2017

White paper on atomic layer deposition

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A new white paper on atomic layer deposition is available free of charge on the website of French publisher Techniques de l’ingénieur. The 225-page white paper, in French, is titled Principes et applications de la technique ALD and provides an overview of the basics of the process. It was authored by around 20 scientists in […] >>
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