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GRENOBLE, France – May 31, 2021 – Armed with exclusive access to 11 CEA-Leti patents covering specialties such as DNA extraction and microscopic-sample diagnostics, CEA-Leti startup Direct Analysis has developed a pathogenic-bacteria-detection system for food manufacturers that takes one-fourth of the time of existing tests, can minimize stoppage of production lines and reduce food-product recalls and losses.
Kalray, a CEA-Leti spinoff founded in 2008 and publicly traded since 2018, recently raised €5.2 million in fresh capital. The company, which designs multicore, massively parallel microprocessors has now raised a total of €97 million.
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Aledia, a French startup pioneering a disruptive technology for microLED displays, today announced it has manufactured the world's first microLED chips produced on 300mm (12") silicon wafers. The company, which developed its breakthrough technology on 200mm (8") silicon wafers over the past eight years, will produce the chips on both 200mm and 300mm wafers.
CEA-Leti’s Startup Avalun released its Covid-19 antigen test a few days ago. This powerful growth driver will also help speed up the rollout of Avalun’s portable lab, LabPad® Evolution.
Mag4Health, a future startup and CEA-Leti spinoff, won an award at the i-Lab 2020 competition. The project aims to develop a helmet-sized magnetoencephalography (MEG) system that represents a major advance with regard to today’s bulky machines.
The city of San Francisco is keeping a close eye on air pollution with a little help from a startup from France and its real-time air-quality monitoring solution.
Ultrasonic waves generated by an array of piezoelectric transducers could potentially remove water droplets, grease, and grime from transparent surfaces. Leti and Silicon Valley startup Innovasonic are exploring the technology’s potential.
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Scintil Photonics, a spinoff of Leti, a CEA Tech institute, recently raised €4 million. The company will use the influx of funds to produce prototypes of its circuit.
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.