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December 04 2017

Emmanuel Sabonnadière brings industrial and international experience to Leti

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Emmanuel Sabonnadière was appointed Director of Leti on November 20. He plans to support the institute’s science and technology activities and bolster its ties to industry through partnership and innovation-transfer activities. Sabonnadière earned an engineering degree from Compiègne University and completed his PhD in Physics at Ecole Centrale de Lyon. He brings 25 years of […] >>

December 04 2017

Moovlab, still in its incubation phase, wins first customer

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It is pretty uncommon to see a startup make its first sale while still in the incubation phase. Moovlab, which specializes in interactive training circuits for fitness clubs, has done just that! The company has just delivered its game (developed with game designer Urban Expé) “Escape to Mars” to Keep Cool, France’s third-largest chain of […] >>

December 04 2017

Experimenta, now held every two years, to take place in February

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The Experimenta Art, Science, and Technology Fair will now take place every two years during the Biennale Arts Sciences. The next edition of the event will be held on February 8–10 at Maison MINATEC. Experimenta is open to the general public. Visitors will have a chance to discover 25 projects created by artists and scientists. […] >>

December 04 2017

Pascale Bayle-Guillemaud appointed to INAC

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Pascale Bayle-Guillemaud was appointed Interim Director of INAC (the Institute for Nanosciences and Cryogenics) on October 1. Bayle-Guillemaud is a research engineer specializing in materials physics and had been the Deputy Director under Yves Samson since September 2014. After serving for four years as Director of INAC, Samson is now with the Basic Research Division […] >>

December 04 2017

Leti PhD candidate wins L’Oréal Foundation grant

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Éloïse Pariset, a PhD candidate conducting research at Leti, is one of 30 winners of the L’Oréal-UNESCO “For Women in Science” award. Since 2015 she has been working to develop a cancer diagnostic system for which several patents are currently being filed. The miniaturized system isolates and characterizes (mass, size, density, and deformability) the extracellular […] >>
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