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Life Sciences - 22.03.2019
The secret multicellular lives of viruses
The secret multicellular lives of viruses
INRA, CIRAD, and CNRS researchers recently made an unprecedented discovery: the different genomic segments of a multipartite 1 virus can occupy distinct cells within their host but still work together to generate infection. This finding challenges a key paradigm in virology, notably that a virus's entire genome must enter a given cell and replicate therein before repeating the process in subsequent cells, thus causing infection.

Life Sciences - Health - 20.03.2019
Control of mosquito-borne diseases: discovery of a new genetic element in the Wolbachia bacterium
Control of mosquito-borne diseases: discovery of a new genetic element in the Wolbachia bacterium
Researchers from INRA, CIRAD, CEA, the University of Montpellier, and Chicago and Vanderbilt Universities in the United States have developed an innovative method for analysing the genome of the Wolbachia bacterium. This endosymbiotic* bacterium infects more than 70% of insects and is capable of influencing insect transmission of pathogens such as dengue or Zika virus.

Physics - 19.03.2019
Next-Generation, Low-Cost Photo-Acoustic Sensors For Gas Detection And Analysis
Next-Generation, Low-Cost Photo-Acoustic Sensors For Gas Detection And Analysis
REDFINCH Team Achieves These Capabilities in Mid-infrared Region, Where Many Important Chemical and Biological Species Have Strong Absorption Fingerprints GRENOBLE, France - March 19, 2019 - Leti, a research institute of CEA Tech, today announced prototype development of highly miniaturized, portable optical sensors for chemical detection of gas.

Pharmacology - Innovation / Technology - 27.02.2019
CEA-Leti Breakthrough Opens Path To New Vaccine for HIV using Lipid-Nanoparticle-Delivery Technology
CEA-Leti Breakthrough Opens Path To New Vaccine for HIV using Lipid-Nanoparticle-Delivery Technology
Lipidots Platform Strengthens Immune Response to Protein That Is Key to HIV Vaccine; Results Presented in Nature Publishing Group's npj Vaccines GRENOBLE, France - Feb. 27, 2019 - Leti, a research institute of CEA Tech, in collaboration with CEA's Fundamental Research Division , has developed a new vaccine approach for HIV based on engineered lipid nanoparticles that deliver p24 - a viral protein that is key to an HIV vaccine- and optimize the CpG adjuvant's effect.

Computer Science / Telecom - 20.02.2019
CEA-Leti and Stanford Target Edge-Ai Apps with Breakthrough NVM Memory Cell
Paper at ISSCC 2019 Presents Proof-of-Concept Multi-Bit Chip that Overcomes NVM's Read/Write, Latency and Integration Challenges SAN FRANCISCO - Feb. 20, 2019 - Researchers at CEA-Leti and Stanford University have developed the world's first circuit integrating multiple-bit non-volatile memory (NVM) technology called Resistive RAM (RRAM) with silicon computing units, as well as new memory resiliency features that provide 2.3-times the capacity of existing RRAM.

Innovation / Technology - Physics - 06.02.2019
CEA-Leti combines integrated optics and holography in novel lens-free, augmented reality technology
Leti, an institute of CEA-Tech, has developed a novel retinal-projection concept for augmented reality (AR) uses based on a combination of integrated optics and holography. The lens-free optical system uses disruptive technologies to overcome the limitations of existing AR glasses, such as limited field-of-view and bulky optical systems.

Physics - 05.02.2019
CEA-Leti builds prototype of next-generation mid-infrared optical sensors for portable devices
SAN FRANCISCO - Feb. 5, 2019 - CEA-Leti today announced it has prototyped a next-generation optical chemical sensor using mid-infrared silicon photonics that can be integrated in smartphones and other portable devices. Coin-size, On-chip Sensors that Combine High Performance and Low Power Consumption Presented in Paper at SPIE Photonics West 2019.

Life Sciences - Agronomy / Food Science - 10.01.2019
Crop plants could now reproduce clonally through seeds
Crop plants could now reproduce clonally through seeds
Grown throughout the world, F1 hybrid crop varieties have highly desirable traits. However, they remain expensive to produce. This situation may be about to change. By modifying the expression of certain genes, INRA researchers have created hybrid rice plants whose seeds give rise to offspring that are identical to the mother plant.

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