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Error-correcting codes: Is the quantum computer possible?
Micro-LEDs: Low-cost mass production within reach
Progress toward 3D-printed electronic circuits
Deep learning a threat to hardware encryption
A new step forward toward very-high-density magnetic storage
Miniaturized chemical sensor integrated on silicon
Aledia invests in own R&D facility
Aledia has been housed at MINATEC Entreprises for seven years. Today, the company is investing €20 million in a 4,000 sq. m facility in Echirolles, near Grenoble. The new facility, which will be equipped with Aledia’s own machines, will be dedicated to R&D as Aledia prepares to launch production within the next two years.
Compared to the OLEDs and liquid crystals in today’s displays, Aledia’s silicon nanowire LEDs offer higher brightness and...
We kept the focus on hands-on learning!
First-year Phelma student Marie Caillaux talks about her experience “sharing science” with elementary-school children
Why would a 20-year-old engineering student want to get involved with a bunch of ten-year-olds?
I liked the idea of having to figure out how to explain things and convey my passion for science. I chose “sustainable cities” as my topic. We worked with my partner (another Phelma student) and high-school juniors involved in the project to focus in...