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Strain-free InGaN lights up in blue, green, and red
Choosing the best LiDAR for autonomous vehicles
Internet of Things: a technology to improve communications
New insights into spin-orbit torque
Cybersecurity: Leti automates testing
Magnetic heating boosts water electrolysis
CEA forms joint lab with Singapore’s NTU
This summer, the CEA set up its first international joint lab with a university in Singapore. The SCARCE* lab has a total budget of €12.5 million over three years and will focus on the recycling and transformation of electronic waste. INAC, Leti, Liten, ICSM, and IRAMIS are just some of the partners involved in the project.
The SCARCE lab responds to a pressing need. Singapore, which is one of the most...
We need to introduce more active instructional methods into college physics classrooms
Aurélien Kuhn, Senior Professor, Grenoble Institute of Technology-Phelma:
“We need to introduce more active instructional methods into college physics classrooms.”
In July, you and your colleagues at Grenoble-Alps University held a symposium on how to bring more active instructional methods into college physics classrooms. What drew you to the topic?
Mainly because more active instructional methods are common in other countries and have just started to make their way to France...