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Germanium makes a foray into spin orbitronics
Plastic brings surprising benefits to high-speed communications
Astrophysics: IRIG technologies used to cool DESI sensors
Skyrmions ten times faster than Usain Bolt
Heliaus project will help bring infrared to autonomous vehicles
Germanium laser operates at record low temperature of 273 K
The Di@pason project: Avalun scales up
Avalun is coordinating the Di@pason project, which will test a connected patient care pathway on a cohort of 10,000 patients on blood thinners in six regions across France. Caregivers will test Avalun’s LabPad INR portable lab, which utilizes consumables manufactured at the BHT building. The connected patient care pathway could ultimately be expanded to all of France.
Avalun has already run field tests in Isère (200 patients) and in France’s Meuse district...
There is no other place in France like Grenoble for microelectronics, embedded systems, and imaging
Prophesee recently set up a ten-person team at the BHT. The company also just raised €25 million in capital. What’s your technology?
We are developing an “event-based” vision sensor that can detect any change within a scene with microsecond resolution. The goal is not to produce images, but to perform functions like counting on fast conveyor belts, measuring speed, analyzing the vibration of a motor, or supporting tomorrow’s autonomous driving systems. These...