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Engineering for Health (E4H), the new interdisciplinary center of IP Paris

Institut Polytechnique de Paris launched today its 4th interdisciplinary center. The E4H Center will be dedicated to engineering and health.
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Tomorrow's Innovation : IP Paris call for projects winners 2021

The Institut Polytechnique de Paris (IP Paris) is developing an ambitious innovation policy in order to increase its societal impact. In this context, IP Paris has launched its third call for projects to detect and support innovative projects from its laboratories.
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PhD award: quantum cascade lasers for secure communications

Olivier Spitz was awarded a thesis prize by the Direction Générale de l’Armement (France’s defence procurement agency), for his work on the use of quantum cascade lasers for secure chaos communications.
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PhD award: Cold plasma improves burn injury repair

Constance Duchesne was awarded a thesis prize by the Direction Générale de l’Armement (France’s defence procurement agency) for her work on cold plasma treatment for the healing and disinfection of skin burns.
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A look back on the first IP Paris "Fête de la science"

On October 8 and 9, 2021, 200 researchers and doctoral students from the Institut Polytechnique de Paris welcomed more than 1,000 middle and high school students, families and visitors to discover science through fun and creative activities.
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Interview with François Mathieu, technical director of the Apollon laser infrastructure

Apollon, one of the most powerful lasers in the world, will be fully available to users next year. This is the final chapter for the project launched in 2009 and led by a team from the Laboratory for the Use of Intense Lasers (LULI). On the occasion of the International Day of Light, François Mathieu, Apollon's Technical Director, casts light on this exceptional installation made in France.
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