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Number 48: February 2018

Chipless RFID tag wins €2 million European Research Council Consolidator Grant

Chipless RFID tag wins €2 million European Research Council Consolidator Grant

Etienne Perret, a faculty member at Grenoble Institute of Technology and a research scientist at LCIS, an FMNT lab based in Valence, has just won a €2 million European Research Council Consolidator Grant for his chipless RFID tags. The grant will allow...

Number 47: December 2017

A connected armband for construction workers

A connected armband for construction workers

In early February, Ideas Laboratory© will supply Air Liquide, Bouygues Construction, and Suez with fifteen connected armband prototypes for factory and construction workers.  With a display that lets workers pinpoint their location on a map, look at task lists and technical drawings,...

Number 46: October 2017

Parvis des sciences fair turns ten!

Parvis des sciences fair turns ten!

The tenth annual Parvis des sciences science fair will be held on October 19–21, 2017 at MINATEC. And, with ample opportunities to look, touch, experiment, and ask questions, there is sure to be something for each of the 3,000 visitors expected this...

Number 45: June 2017

Germanium: spin transistors just over the horizon

Germanium: spin transistors just over the horizon

INAC recently made a significant advance toward using spin-orbit coupling in transistors as the result of research conducted in conjunction with CNRS Palaiseau and Jülich Research Center of Germany. As its name indicates, spin-orbit coupling “couples” an electron’s momentum and spin....

Number 44: April 2017

Leti experiments with 5G networks at MINATEC

Leti experiments with 5G networks at MINATEC

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