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Boilers are using less carbon for combustion thanks to hydrogen produced locally from water and electricityMore info
Bulane’s Plug’In Hybrid dyomix® is a compact electrolyser that produces hydrogen using relatively little water and electricity. Thanks to Carnot ISIFoR’s Fluid Mechanics Institute (IMFT), this hydrogen can be used to make gas boilers greener.
Dielen has used natural products to develop a completely safe nutritional supplement for pregnant women.More info
To compensate for nutrient deficiencies identified during pregnancy, Dielen and Carnot I2C Institute (CERMN) have focused on real needs and supplement quality.
Since 2006, Carnot has been making R&D more accessible to all types of businesses to help them stay competitive in a world that is changing at an ever increasing pace. The Carnot network is celebrating 15 years of research that helps drive innovation and boost our competitiveness.
In 2021, Institut Curie start-ups raised 140.6 million euros. This impressive amount reaffirms Institut Curie's unique position as a key player in French innovation, driven by one ambition: to transform research into concrete applications for patients.
Visual inspection is the most common technique used for the maintenance of civil engineering structures like bridges. While it does offer the advantage of being non-destructive, visual inspection also depends on inspectors who interpret photographs and write up inspection reports—which then become the main source of information used by the operators of these structures to optimise their maintenance plans. SOCOTEC leads the project called SOFIA in partnership with Carnot CEA LIST Insitute to develop a groundbreaking inspection tool that will bring the power of artificial intelligence to machine vision. Together in a consortium with CEA LIST, SOFIA won a French call launched by CEREMA on “connected bridges”.
The two organizations will share a joint roadmap to create long-term disruptive technologies in France and Europe. The first scientific and technological areas of focus include virtual twin experiences in health and cybersecurity. The alliance aims to support French and European ecosystems in these domains and the digital trust dynamic. Alliance builds on the existing 20-year collaboration between the two organizations that has already helped advance science and innovation in digital technology.
AVATAR MEDICAL, spin-off from Carnot Curie Cancer Institute and Carnot Pasteur MS Institute, announces a €1.2 million fundraising for its virtual reality solution that aims to radically change the way surgeons access, interpret and act on clinical data contained in medical images.