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More compact H-bridges for home appliances
Researchers invent a skyrmion switch
Stimulating the visual cortex to restore sight
Peptide targets could help determine uranium toxicity
Nanowires could compensate for 6% lattice constant deviation
Fingerprint recognition: Leti exceeds FBI requirements
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, and send and receive safety alerts, the connected armband developed by Ideas Laboratory© is unique on the market. Today, factory and construction workers must rely on smartphone apps that rapidly...
A core of strong corporate partners is crucial to our school
Engineering and services firm ONET and Grenoble Institute of Technology-Phelma recently signed a partnership agreement. How many corporate partners does the school currently have?
We signed the agreement with ONET on October 12. The company offers a wide range of services that align with our programs (electronics, embedded systems, nuclear engineering). With ONET we now have ten partners.
Are all of your partnership agreements the same, or are there different kinds of...
Leti launches hardware emulation services using Veloce
Skin DNA: Sunscreens do provide protection
Secure circuits inspected down to the transistor
Bruno Paing succeeds Hughes Metras as head of CEA Tech US
NeOse Pro artificial nose can detect 500 different scents
Leti PhD candidate wins L’Oréal Foundation grant
FRM medical research foundation awards funding to LMGP lab
Smart Force Technologies boosts micron-scale rapid prototyping
CEA Tech Village at CES 2018
Moovlab, still in its incubation phase, wins first customer
FED4SAE explores cyber-physical systems
Grenoble and Vienna join forces on ALD
New phase in Building 10.05 rehabilitation project begins
Emmanuel Sabonnadière brings industrial and international experience to Leti
MIT to send five teaching assistants to GIANT
First-ever Phelma open house to be held in March
Pascale Bayle-Guillemaud appointed Deputy Director of INAC
Materials physicist Pascale Bayle-Guillemaud took up the position of Deputy Director of INAC on September 1. She succeeds Armelle Mesnard. Previously,...