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In research conducted under the Biomargin project, a series of reliable, robust biological signatures were identified to predict the risk of rejection after a kidney transplant. The biomarkers will help doctors make the best possible decisions for their patients.
Soitec, one of the seven leads of the Nano 2022 plan, and Leti, a CEA Tech institute, recently renewed and expanded their innovative substrate R&D partnership.
The EU COBRA project was set up to make improvements to PEMFC bipolar plate manufacturing processes and enhance the plates’ durability with the ultimate goal of bringing costs down. Several innovations were tested in the lab and on actual vehicles.
List, a CEA Tech institute, successfully completed the optimized execution of a complete convolutional neural network impulse model for the first time ever using its patented NeuroSpike calculator.
Cooperation to develop and industrialize advanced power GaN-on-Si diode and transistor architectures
The DOSEO radiotherapy research and training center recently created a new training course combining theoretical and hands-on learning over three two-day sessions. The new course is being offered in response to high demand from medical physicists.
Reliable and reproducible nanomaterials characterization protocols have been developed at Liten and are now available to businesses for their nanomaterials testing campaigns.
Transdev, a company that specializes in transportation technology, has kicked off a program to characterize and evaluate LiDAR sensors. The testing campaign will lead to improvements in autonomous vehicle performance and safety.
The French government recently announced its strategy to develop hydrogen to drive the energy transition. Liten, a CEA Tech institute, plans to leverage its know-how in hydrogen technology and software to support this strategy.
Leti, a CEA Tech institute, and STMicroelectronics have developed a circuit that can harvest the mechanical energy produced by sporadic impacts in vibratory environments and enable self-powered devices.
CEA is a French government-funded technological research organisation in four main areas: low-carbon energies, defense and security, information technologies and health technologies. A prominent player in the European Research Area, it is involved in setting up collaborative projects with many partners around the world.