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EXPERIMENTA 2018: panel talks not to be missed
Drones get 360-degree collision protection
Breakthrough in magnetoencephalography from outer space
Better Wi-Fi service on board Falcon jets
MRAM on stage at MINATEC this summer
The InMRAM 2014 summer school, organized by Spintec for the second year running, will be held at MINATEC on July 2–4....
CMOS 300 mm qubits can take the heat
Chipless RFID tag wins €2 million European Research Council Consolidator Grant
Etienne Perret, a faculty member at Grenoble Institute of Technology and a research scientist at LCIS, an FMNT lab based in Valence, has just won a €2 million European Research Council Consolidator Grant for his chipless RFID tags.
The grant will allow Perret to hire PhD candidates and post-docs and purchase antenna characterization equipment. The bar-code-sized tags are printed with conductive ink. The target properties and cost price are situated somewhere between...
We can detect cholera with a lens, two filters, and a smartphone
Tell us about SnapLab, the project that originated in Grenoble and that won a gold medal at the iGEM finals at MIT.
SnapLab is a portable and very easy-to-use cholera test kit that can detect a sequence of nucleic acid in a stool sample and emit fluorescence if the bacteria responsible for cholera are present. SnapLab delivers results as reliable as those obtained with a spectrometer with only a lens, two...