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CEA-List recently developed a new tool to help medical physicists predict the validity of conformal radiotherapy protocols faster.
CEA-Leti is working with MIT on new sensors capable of weighing the tiniest individual particles to provide valuable information about their nature.
When a radiological attack occurs, first responders need fast, reliable, automated detection and measurement solutions to assess the situation safely.
The CEA recently developed a stretchable, screen-printable deformation sensor that could be deposited on textiles.
Spectronite turned to CEA-Leti to boost the spectral efficiency of its wireless point-to-point backhaul solutions for 5G networks.
Atomic force microscopy was used to identify new markers, independent of conventional imaging, that can help delineate pituitary adenomas for more accurate removal.
A new approach to breast cancer screening leveraging two imaging techniques—ultrasound and optical—is now in clinical trials.
Developing an innovative GaN/Si power converter technology is worth the effort only if it enables new features and better performance over existing Si solutions.
It is very likely that integrated photonics will drive major advances in VR hardware. CEA-Leti’s latest transparent silicon nitride components, developed for a project on smart glasses, certainly appear to be going in that direction.
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.