Minatec

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Minatec on August 2007
Minatec from the Bastille

Minatec (initially called the Micro and Nanotechnology Innovation Centre) is a European research centre focused on micro-nano technologies in Grenoble, France.

The centre was launched in 2006 as a partnership between LETI (the Electronics and Information Technologies Laboratory of CEA, the French Atomic Energy Commission) and by INPG (Grenoble Institute of Technology). The project combines a physical research campus with a network of companies, researchers and engineering schools.

Minatec is home to 2,400 researchers, 1,200 students, and 600 technology transfer experts.[1]

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Coordinates: 45°11′44″N 5°42′30″E / 45.19556°N 5.70833°E / 45.19556; 5.70833