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Changing the magnetic chirality of skyrmions
Getting closer to denser, more energy-efficient RRAM memory
Progress toward high-performance UV LEDs
Three potential new pathways to augmented reality glasses
Neural networks: Keeping catastrophic forgetting at bay
Retina: 3D-integrated image processing
AIDS vaccine: Lipidots® open the door to a novel approach
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 lipid-based nanoparticles are easy to produce on a large scale, stable, and well-tolerated by the human...
We are working together to address interdisciplinary topics
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 staff of 1,000, we are close in size to Grenoble’s other major research organizations.
Another important goal is to make...