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Bringing chronic heart failure patients home for good
Automotive switches: resource-efficient MPC
Thin layer materials: Sprint project aims high
Redfinch revitalizes mid-infrared detection technology
Epilepsy: What if cold could prevent seizures?
Spintronics gets new materials
Quantum technology: Europe is banking on Grenoble
Grenoble-based research project QuCube won an ERC Synergy Grant of €14 million over six years to develop a quantum processor. The grant is evidence that Grenoble’s research and innovation ecosystem is gaining traction internationally.
Leti, INAC, and Institut Néel will receive €14 million from 2019 to 2024 to develop a quantum processor with at least a hundred physical qubits. The researchers could make the first-ever functional logic qubit and, in the process,...
Our renewable hydrogen costs less than hydrogen produced using fossil fuels
Etienne Vogt, General Manager, Utilities Services, Engie: “Our renewable hydrogen costs less than hydrogen produced using fossil fuels.”
You have been supplying hydrogen produced via water electrolysis to the CEA and the hydrogen filling station at GEG since October. What is the story behind the innovation?
It all started with the HyWay hydrogen-powered mobility demonstrator project, which needed a partner to produce renewable hydrogen. Engie was already supplying the CEA with hydrogen at...