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The world's most influential tech event is back for another edition. For a new consecutive year, the CEA will be present at EUREKA PARK with a device including a technological innovation and 4 startups that allow to encompass three major transitions of the moment that are health, energy and digital. The CEA will also participate in CES UNVEILED LAS VEGAS on January 3, 2023 with the presence of the NIR demonstration and the startup Inocel. Meet the CEA at booth #60200 in Eureka Park!
CEA-Leti's clinical trial aims to slow neurodegeneration using an intracerebral implant whose light emission protects neurons. The objective of the clinical trial is to establish the feasibility, safety and efficacy of this approach in order to adapt it to other neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer's.
This startup, born in the early 2000s, relies on nearly 40 patents from the CEA laboratories. Thanks to its micro-batteries, it is now possible to measure, on demand and without patient intervention, intraocular pressure (glaucoma prevention), intracranial pressure (stroke and hydrocephalus monitoring) or cardiac pressure (hypertension...).
The ADMIR system, dedicated to analysis laboratories and hospitals, addresses a wide range of healthcare applications. It helps doctors, biologists and biochemists who are subjected to an increasing number of analyses in their daily practices and aims to reduce the time of an analysis by 100 while making it more reliable.
Snowpack is a spin-off of CEA. Building on more than 5 years of R&D in network privacy and security, Snowpack builds and operates the first invisible network overlay (SNO) that provides a service beyond trust by design to anonymize and secure data exchanges over the Internet.
Inocel aspires to become a key player in the global transition to clean energy. With their revolutionary fuel cell modules designed to offer maximum reliability and robustness, Inocel targets uses in three different segments: land and sea mobility, high performance cars and stationary applications.
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.