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New technology enables safer surgical training

Today, medical students can practice surgical procedures on "digital doubles" of patients in a safe, controlled virtual reality environment. When combined with haptic interfaces (from the Greek word haptomai, meaning "touch"), these tools can rapidly bring interns up to speed for clinical examinations on real patients.

COVID-19: Institut Imagine and Cerba HealthCare are partnering to test for patients likely to develop severe symptoms

In 2020, researchers at Inserm, Université de Paris, and Assistance Publique–Hôpitaux de Paris (AP-HP), in collaboration with the university hospital organisation Institut Imagine (Hôpital Necker-Enfants malades AP-HP), which has been granted “Institut Carnot” certification through The Rockefeller University and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute in New York, identified the leading genetic and immunological causes responsible for at least 15% of serious forms of Covid-19. Today, this same French and American team, jointly lead by Jean-Laurent Casanova and Laurent Abel* at the Institut Imagine and The Rockefeller University, is joining forces with Cerba HealthCare, a leading stakeholder in medical diagnostics, to transform these discoveries into clinical applications and screen individuals who are more likely to develop a severe form of the disease and tailor their treatment accordingly.

Partnership agreement between the Calym Carnot Institute and IQVIA

IQVIA, world leader in the healthcare data market, and the CALYM Carnot Institute, Consortium for the Acceleration of Innovation and its Transfer in the Lymphoma Field, have entered into a strategic partnership around a hematology database, the HemSys software. As part of this exclusive partnership, IQVIA is making its expertise and network available to CALYM, in the valorization of health data for research purposes and access to the market for therapeutic innovations.

Institut Curie (Curie Cancer Carnot Institute) & Google initiate a collaboration using artificial intelligence (AI) for the analysis of complex data

Institut Curie (Curie Cancer Carnot Institute) and Google initiate a joint artificial intelligence research program to develop and implement deep learning methods for the analysis of complex single-cell transcriptomic and epigenetics data. Obtained from mouse samples and cell lines, these valuable data sets will be used to develop new deep-learning algorithms. In the long term, this research project could help characterize the heterogeneity of tumors and predict resistance to treatment.

Ibex Medical Analytics & Institut Curie (Curie Cancer Carnot Institute) partner to improve AI-powered breast cancer detection

Institut Curie (Curie Cancer Carnot Insitute) and Ibex Medical Analytics, a pioneer in artificial intelligence based cancer diagnostics, announce a research partnership aimed at improving diagnosis of breast cancer with Artificial Intelligence

Owkin and CALYM Carnot Institute Launch a Collaboration to Advance Lymphoma Research with Artificial Intelligence

Owkin, a startup that deploys AI and Federated Learning technologies to augment medical research and enable scientific discoveries, announces a collaboration with Lymphoma research consortium Institut Carnot CALYM. This engagement was formed to leverage high-quality datasets from LYSARC, member of Institut Carnot CALYM, as well as Owkin’s pioneering technologies and research platform, to advance clinical research and drug development for the benefit of patients.

Redouane Borsali Director of PolyNat Carnot Institute receives the 2020 International Award from the Society of Polymer Science, Japan

Redouane Borsali, Director of PolyNat Carnot Institute, receives the 2020 International Award from the Society of Polymer Science, Japan (SPSJ), scheduled in Fukuoka-Japan in May 2020. 

LETI INNOVATION DAYS - reported October 12-16 in Grenoble.

Each year, we host Leti Innovation Days (LIDs) to stimulate creativity and innovation in the semiconductor field. LIDs is a special moment where we, together, can imagine the next technologies that will have a strong impact in this industry. 

LIDs 2020 were initially planned June 24-26, but due to the global pandemic situation, we have decided to reschedule our Leti Innovations Days and workshops during Oct. 12-16, 2020 in Grenoble (France). We hope this will enable the attendees to find a source of interest in the quality of the agenda and a source of enthusiasm from the multiple discussions. The theme for LIDs 2020 is "New Turns in Innovation to Embrace the World"

You will learn what's coming to the market in the next 10 years at Leti Innovation Days (LID), October 12-16 in Grenoble.
LID are hosted by CEA LETI, a world-leading technology research institute that is performing pioneering R&D in micro- and nanotechnologies.

CES 2020 : Interview Valery Cervantes Esprit Project Coordinator - Carnot Energies du futur

Focus on a car sharing system bringing compact electric vehicles to users either at dedicated pickup points or on a free floating basis.

CES 2020: Interview Sophie Morales LSIV Lab manager - Carnot Leti

Focus on lensless imaging technology enables an extra-wide field of view, robust performance, and a compact footprint for much less money than an optical microscope, bringing healthcare professionals point-of-care tests that previously had to be sent to a lab.

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