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Progress toward less toxic, more affordable hydrogen photosynthesis
Inverse opals boost solar cell yields
Special 50th issue of Mina-News
2D materials: Moiré engineering and dislocation theory converge
MRAM: Microelectronics industry adopts spintronics
Silicon photonics aiming for terabit-per-second speeds
Nano@school sets new record in 2018
Nano@school, a CIME Nanotech program for high school juniors enrolled in the science track, has been held at MINATEC since 2010. This year nearly 800 students from 25 high schools (including three international high schools) enrolled, setting a record for Nano@school!
Back in 2010, Nano@school was an experimental program offered to just two Grenoble-area high school classes. Two years later, 450 students from fifteen high schools enrolled. Since then, Nano@school has...
The Clinatec model is unique among biomedical research centers
Your company recently began a three-year, €1 million partnership with Clinatec. Why?
Our brands have been committed to the disability cause for years. Specifically, we support the prevention and treatment of joint and bone disease, the second-leading cause of disability in France. We hope that our partnership with Clinatec will position us to more effectively respond to neurodegenerative diseases and the disabilities these diseases cause. We would like to be able to...