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February 02 2021

For Intel and CEA-Leti the future is 3D

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CEA-Leti and Intel, the world’s largest foundry, signed a contract expanding their partnership into 3D-integrated processors for high-performance computing via a multi-year R&D program in Grenoble. Intel and CEA-Leti began working together on IoT and very-high-speed wireless communications in 2016. The company recently decided to expand its successful collaboration with CEA-Leti into one of its […] >>

February 02 2021

Melanoma: IBS investigates vaccine potential

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Researchers at IBS* are using protein antigens characteristic of melanoma, a particularly aggressive form of skin cancer, to explore whether or not stimulating a patient’s immune system can enhance treatment of the disease. The antigens would be vectorized by a non-infectious particle derived from the adenovirus. Cancer generally attenuates a patient’s immune response. Here, the […] >>

February 02 2021

Quantum photonics a lethal weapon in the fight against cybercrime

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The Carnot QPIC* project has been up and running in the photonics building since last fall. The researchers assigned to the project are developing components and integrated circuits for quantum communications, where information is transmitted in the form of single protons, making the technique intrinsically secure. With quantum communications, any attempt to hack into the […] >>

February 02 2021

New SALD pen could improve deposition

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Selective-area laser deposition, or SALD, offers the advantages of being fast and suitable for use on large surfaces. Researchers at LMGP have made SALD even better with a new innovation. They took advantage of the design flexibility offered by 3D printing to come up with customizable and affordable SALD injection heads. The pen-style SALD injection […] >>

February 02 2021

Spintec spearheading the international spintronics roadmap

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Spintec is shaping the future of spintronics research, with Scientific Director Bernard Diény (first author) and four other Spintec researchers among the sixteen authors of the international spintronics roadmap published in Nature Electronics in 2020. The roadmap highlights a major trend: Spintronics, once only for data storage, is now making inroads into microelectronics. MRAM memory […] >>
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