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Fingerprinting

Smile, you’re being watched!

9/11/2015

Fingerprinting makes it possible to secretly collect data from net surfers that makes it possible to identify them. This is known as “fingerprinting”. The process is as effective as it is hard to detect. Two Inria teams, based inRennes and Lille,are seeking to exposethis potential menace to privacy.

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Open Acess

Inria champions Open Access

AB - 6/11/2015

Inria reaffirms its official position regarding the deposit of written productions on an open access basis. The primary concern is the requirement to deposit the full text of all Inria project teams’ publications in HAL, the open archive.

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Research

ERABLE modelling interactions between species

CitizenPress - 20/10/2015

Since 1st July 2015, the Inria Grenoble - Rhône-Alpes ERABLE* team has been bringing together biologists and computer scientists to study interactions between species, particularly at cell level. A scientific adventure with an international dimension.

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Cybersecurity

A threat to website electronic signatures

Stéphanie Dupont - 12/10/2015

An international team of cryptanalysts - Pierre Karpman, from Inria Saclay - Ile-de-France Grace project-team, Marc Stevens from CWI, Netherlands, and Thomas Peyrin from NTU, Singapore – are today urging the industry to deprecate the SHA-1 Internet security standard earlier than planned. Research carried out by the team has revealed a freestart collision in the SHA-1 hash function.

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Digiscope

Wilder: A video wall that offers a new perspective for research

Stéphanie Dupont - 29/06/2015

The Inria Saclay - Île-de-France research centre presents Wilder, a video wall composed of 75 screens. The Wilder video wall is part of the Digiscope Equipement d’Excellence programme and is the successor to the Wild project. As well as being bigger than its predecessor, Wilder incorporates screens with virtually invisible edges. The array is designed to allow scientists to view very large images and explore complex data with astonishing comfort.

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Robots that adapt to damage in a few minutes

27/05/2015

Robots could help our society in many types of situation, for example searching for survivors after a natural disaster or alerting the fire services in the event of a forest fire. But they will always be confined to research laboratories until they are able to continue operating when damaged. Researchers from the Institute for Intelligent Systems and Robotics (CNRS/UPMC) and the Lorraine Laboratory of Research in Computer Science and its Applications (CNRS/Inria/University of Lorraine) are showing how robots can automatically adapt to damage in less than two minutes. Their results were published in the 28 May 2015 issue of Nature.

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Health

Bioinformatics, a Weapon to Fight Leukemia

27/03/2015

The Inria Lille - Nord Europe project-team Bonsai (run jointly with the CNRS and Université Lille1*) has created Vidjil, software for high-throughput analysis of white blood cells. Objective: provide physicians with a tool for treating leukemia. As March 28 and 29 are national leukemia days in France, the creators of Vidjil took this opportunity to explain how it works.

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Zombilingo, the zombie game that helps Computer Science research

Marie Blanchard - 17/03/2015

The members of the SÉMAGRAMME team at the Inria Nancy - Grand Est Research Centre are Computer Science researchers, one of whose main interests is the French language.

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A computer full of sand

24/02/2015

What are the laws of physics that determine the movements of millions of grains in a silo?It’s a question that has baffled scientists for over a century.The work of Nicolas Brodu, a post-doctoral researcher in the Geostat project team at Inria Bordeaux - Sud-Ouest, has thrown a little more light on the matter.

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When digital technology invents sustainable agriculture

20/02/2015

Faced with world population growth, farmers have for several decades sought ways to improve their yield whilst also protecting the environment. The modelling of microbial ecosystems by the MODEMIC project team in Montpellier is helping to tackle this dual challenge. 

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