News : Innovation & Society

October 03 2017

MagIA Diagnostics revolutionizes ELISA immunological test

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MagIA Diagnostics, a startup spun off from G2Elab, LMPG, Institut Néel, and IAB in 2017, develops fast, easy-to-use immunological tests that will enable tests currently completed in laboratory settings to be completed anywhere. Unlike the traditional ELISA (enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay) test, MagIA’s technology does not require wash steps. An antigen associated with a given pathology […] >>

October 03 2017

Morphosense earns kudos at i-LAB 2017 competition

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Morphosense, a company specializing in the structural monitoring of infrastructures like bridges, dams, and tunnels, earned kudos at the national i-LAB 2017 competition, winning in the creation and development category. i-LAB supports innovative technologies and startups through grants from the French Ministry of Research and Bpifrance. Morphosense, a Leti spinoff created in 2016, will use […] >>

October 02 2017

Sciencetips science newsletter backed by the CEA

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The Artips publishing company’s free art and music newsletters count an impressive 500,000 subscribers. In May, Artips introduced a science newsletter called—you guessed it—Sciencetips. Written for the general public, the twice-weekly newsletter, available in French only, brings subscribers serious science in a fun, easy-to-digest format, with offbeat anecdotes and illustrations, video, and animations. The CEA […] >>

October 02 2017

Convergence banking on autonomous portable testing devices

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The EU R&D project Convergence, coordinated by EPFL in Lausanne, brings together a consortium of seventeen partners, including Grenoble Institute of Technology (and the school’s LMGP and IMEP-LaHC labs) and Leti. The project supports the development of new autonomous portable environmental and health testing devices. The research will cover everything from data transmission and storage […] >>

October 02 2017

Rotary Club finances 3D bioprinter

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The Rotary Club wrote Grenoble-Alpes University a check for €37,000 to support research on 3D bioprinting of engineered skin conducted in partnership with the CEA and Grenoble University Medical Center. INAC and BIG, also involved in the research, helped select the bio printer, a latest-generation Cellink BIO X. The research aims to engineer human skin […] >>
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