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December 04 2017

MIT to send five teaching assistants to GIANT

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GIANT, a partner of MIT’s Global Teaching Labs program, will host five MIT students for four weeks in January. The MIT undergrads in the program must complete teaching assignments abroad. They will teach—in French—the high school students participating in the Nano@School program and will help to develop and facilitate new workshops on low-tech solutions and […] >>

December 04 2017

FRM medical research foundation awards funding to LMGP lab

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France’s Fondation pour la Recherche Médicale (FRM) recently approved an LMGP lab specializing in the interfaces between biological and other materials for a project on bone regeneration. Catherine Picart and her team of biomaterials engineers are investigating BMP*-mediated cotransduction to better understand how the bioactive proteins initiate the differentiation between stem cells to regenerate bone […] >>

December 04 2017

Interview: Aurélie di Nola, Director, Corporate Relations, Grenoble Institute of Technology-Phelma

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Engineering and services firm ONET and Grenoble Institute of Technology-Phelma recently signed a partnership agreement. How many corporate partners does the school currently have? We signed the agreement with ONET on October 12. The company offers a wide range of services that align with our programs (electronics, embedded systems, nuclear engineering). With ONET we now […] >>

December 04 2017

Giant International Internship Programme fall session

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The fall session of the Giant International Internship Programme—similar to the summer session, which hosts mainly American students—will welcome students from other countries whose academic calendars are more compatible with the September–December schedule. This year’s participants will include a student from Japan, one from Vietnam, one from Peru, and five from Argentina affiliated with the […] >>

December 04 2017

Innov@School gets high-schoolers working on low-tech solutions

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The next session of the Innov@School high school outreach program will get students* to explore how to meet basic needs like lighting and cooking in a city ravaged by a natural disaster. Students will discover how to innovate and use low-tech solutions to effectively reuse items that no longer work and how to produce energy […] >>
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