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The P-link peripheral-to-peripheral high-speed data transfer system is cheap, robust, efficient, and low-power, making it the perfect candidate to replace copper or fiber optic cable in some applications.
In e-healthcare, keeping personal data confidential is crucial. But when you store and analyze data on servers that are connected to the internet, that data becomes vulnerable to hackers, especially during transmission. A brand new homomorphic encryption system has made complex computations on encrypted data possible.
Industrial tool manufacturer Desoutter turned to the CEA Tech Pays le Loire regional technology transfer platform in Nantes for help developing a powerful, easy-to-use solution to locate industrial tools in real time inside buildings.
Grenoble Open Innovation Center Y.SPOT was front and center at the inaugural edition of the Sport Unlimitech trade show held at Lyon’s Gerland Stadium from September 19 to 21. Several prototypes and demonstrator systems that illustrate the kinds of innovative sports-related products and services developed at this open, collaborative innovation hub were showcased at the event.
A new image reconstruction algorithm that is 30 times faster than the prior state of the art has placed real-time inspection within reach. The algorithm, based on techniques used in medical imaging, was utilized for non-destructive testing (NDT), where it produced 3D images in real time.
Researchers at Leti, a CEA Tech institute, came up with a novel way to manipulate microscopic objects: evanescent acoustic waves. Their findings were published in Nature Communications Physics and the technique could have a bright future in biotechnology.
CERN’s travelling photographic exhibit, “The Code of the Universe,” is in Grenoble from September 16 to November 18, 2019. Visitors can immerse themselves in this journey of discovery free of charge on the MINATEC micro and nanotechnology innovation campus.
Reference beams used to measure the doses delivered by X-ray imaging equipment used in interventional cardiology have been developed by France’s national radiation testing and metrology lab, LNHB.
Several pieces of new equipment have been installed on the 300 mm line in the cleanroom at Leti, a CEA Tech institute. The new equipment will position Leti to offer semiconductor companies an even broader range of services to meet their needs.
A characterization method using nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy was developed to observe the formation of metal lithium in the electrodes of lithium-ion elements during operation. The insights gained will be used to extend electrode lifespans.
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.