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April 01 2019

Interview: Jérôme Garin, Director, IRIG

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Jérôme Garin, Director, IRIG*: “We are working together to address interdisciplinary topics”   INAC, BIG, and IBS merged to form IRIG in early 2019. What is the rationale behind the change? The idea is to scale up, raise our profile, and present a unified front to our partners like CNRS and the University. With a […] >>

April 01 2019

Getting closer to denser, more energy-efficient RRAM memory

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A team of researchers from Leti working in partnership with Stanford University recently developed a resistive RRAM memory technology with 2.5 times the storage density of conventional flash memory. Instead of using binary coding (high or low resistivity), information can now be assigned five different values. This advance was made possible by materials and read/write […] >>

April 01 2019

AIDS vaccine: Lipidots® open the door to a novel approach

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Researchers from Leti, CEA Sciences, and INSERM injected Lipidots® (lipid-based nanoparticles) containing the p24 protein of the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) into an animal model and obtained a robust and complete immune response. Lipidots® were created by Leti and CNRS in 2006 to encapsulate and deliver drugs or fluorescent chemical compounds to “target” cells. The […] >>

April 01 2019

Could light and heat soon power the Internet of Things?

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IoT (Internet of Things) components don’t like to be tethered by cables! So, instead of plugging them in, why not harvest energy from the ambient heat and light? The five-year EU Harvestore project, which kicked off in late 2018, will develop just such a solution. LMGP is assigning one of its PhD candidates and a […] >>

April 01 2019

MINATEC Labs make room for 100 more researchers

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The Vercors Wing of building 10.05 is finally ready for moving day after two years of construction work. Nearly 100 nanoelectronics, nanophotonics, and spintronics researchers from CEA Sciences/IRIG will start moving in this April. Some 200 researchers have already moved into the Chartreuse Wing of the building. Once the Vercors Wing is occupied, MINATEC Labs […] >>
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