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MRAM memories stand up to heavy ion abuse
Smart window glazing for more energy-efficient buildings
Peptides could inhibit SARS-CoV-2 replication
Microfluidic patch can detect when cows are in heat
Advance in biomaterials marks a step toward personalized medical implants
Banking on SiC for neural interfaces
The new SiCNeural project, funded by...
Material criticality comes into its own as a research topic
For the past three years, four Grenoble laboratories have been working together, using methods from materials science and economics to find alternatives to the critical materials in white LEDs.
Their work, funded by the UGA Idex grant, marks a departure from conventional technology research.
Scientists’ interest in the scarcity and criticality of certain materials is not new.
What is new is that they are treating them as research topics in and of themselves, and...
This is an unprecedented time in microelectronics R&D
You were appointed Director of CEA-Leti in July. How have you adjusted to your new role?
If you remember, back in July there was a lot of talk about the semiconductor shortage, technological sovereignty, and Intel’s plans to expand its manufacturing base into Europe.
The French government’s Directorate General for Enterprise (DGE) and Brussels very rapidly asked us to make recommendations on priority R&D topics and other initiatives to shore up the...
Shedding new light on acute stress
Monoclonal antibodies the subject of PhD research at Sanofi and LMGP
Copper oxide could be a candidate for tomorrow’s solar cells
In theory, copper oxide (Cu2O) offers yields as high as crystalline silicon, plus it is non-toxic and relatively abundant....
Larger defect-free graphene layers produced
Neutrons supercharge fuel cell research
Orientation for new GIANT PhD students to take place on February 8
MINATEC Entreprises broadens support for innovation
CEA-Leti heads to CES® to showcase its latest medical technologies
CEA-Leti IT security testing lab affirms biometric ID expertise
CEA-Leti’s IT security testing center (CESTI) is one of eleven in France.
In 2000, French IT security authority ANSSI approved...