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Number 70: June 2022

Organs-on-chip could give diabetes patients new hope

Organs-on-chip could give diabetes patients new hope

Researchers from Irig and CEA-Leti successfully maintained pancreatic cells called islets of Langerhans in culture on a microfluidic chip for a month and were able to measure individual islets’ insulin production. This breakthrough could improve the efficacy of islet transplants, a...

Number 69: April 2022

A €43 billion European plan for semiconductors

A €43 billion European plan for semiconductors

In February, the European Commission confirmed its massive €43 billion semiconductor industry plan. €11 billion has been earmarked for research on the most advanced chips and new pilot manufacturing lines. CEA-Leti is expected to play a major role in the plan. The...

Number 68: February 2022

Clinatec Endowment Fund investigating new treatments for Parkinson’s

Number 67: December 2021

Material criticality comes into its own as a research topic

Material criticality comes into its own as a research topic

For the past three years, four Grenoble laboratories have been working together, using methods from materials science and economics to find alternatives to the critical materials in white LEDs.Their work, funded by the UGA Idex grant, marks a departure from conventional...

Number 66: October 2021

Startup Direct Analysis racking up the milestones

Startup Direct Analysis racking up the milestones

Direct Analysis, the 70th startup from CEA-Leti, has stayed under the radar since it was founded at the beginning of the year.The company has won an i-Lab award, completed twelve demos of its food testing solution, and secured preliminary regulatory approvals....

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