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Number 59: April 2020

Quantum many-body problem solved to order 15

Quantum many-body problem solved to order 15

The finding is a major one for theoretical physics: Researchers from Irig, Institut Néel, and the Flatiron Institute (US) designed an algorithm that solves the quantum many-body problem to order 15. The quantum many-body problem describes phenomena at the atomic scale that...

Number 58: February 2020

The Di@pason project: Avalun scales up

The Di@pason project: Avalun scales up

Avalun is coordinating the Di@pason project, which will test a connected patient care pathway on a cohort of 10,000 patients on blood thinners in six regions across France. Caregivers will test Avalun’s LabPad INR portable lab, which utilizes consumables manufactured at...

Number 57: December 2019

Clinatec’s innovative neuroprosthesis and exoskeleton protected by eighteen patents

Clinatec’s innovative neuroprosthesis and exoskeleton protected by eighteen patents

Clinatec’s Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) project was recently featured in The Lancet Neurology* and has appeared in the media worldwide. This groundbreaking project shows just how powerful the Clinatec model—medical doctors and technology experts working side-by-side under one roof—is at driving innovation.   The...

Number 56: October 2019

BHT2: MINATEC Entreprises exceeds targets

BHT2: MINATEC Entreprises exceeds targets

Construction on the BHT2 building was completed last spring, and startup Prophesee moved its R&D department into a 154 sq. m space at the end of September. Prophesee’s R&D team will be working on the integration of its neuromorphic vision technology into...

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