MINES Saint-Étienne

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“Complete failure”, “colossal disaster”, “total flop”… these are just some of the headlines describing what was intended to be the longest solar road in the world, and a flagship project towards achieving the generalization of the use of renewable energy. …

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Thanks to favourable weather conditions and an increase in solar and wind plants, the production of electricity from renewable sources is in progress in the Auvergne Rhône-Alpes region. According to a 2018 report made by “le Réseau de transport d’électricité” …

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BikBox the smart bicycle parking of the future

At the end of 2016, two civil engineers from Mines Saint-Étienne decided to embark on an entrepreneurial adventure with the innovative Bik’Box project, which is a secure, autonomous and connected bicycle parking solution! This project now includes Team@Mines Saint-Étienne to …

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Since November 2017, Arthur Farre, a graduate of Mines Saint-Étienne (ICM E08) has been Director of Design and Head of the Design Studio at GA Smart Building, a builder and real estate developer with 600 people. His multidisciplinary background enriched …

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According to the latest report published by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on 31 December 2017, up to 1.82 million French people work abroad. Among all of these expatriates who choose, for different reasons, to settle in other countries, some …

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The École Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Saint-Etienne has just obtained the Label “Certificate for Quality in Internationalisation – CeQuInt” for its ‘Ingénieur Civil des Mines’ programme (Master’s Degree in Science and Executive Engineering). The École des Mines de Saint-Étienne is the …

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Manutech : the centre of excellence on Surface Engineering

The use of surface treatment technologies has steadily grown over the last few years and is still developing with further improvements, being possible through advanced design and technologies, more efficient combustion and high temperature corrosion resistance. Manutech, a technical and …

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Mines Saint-Étienne’s international orientation

Over the past 25 years, international education has received recognition by European governments, higher education institutions and accreditation bodies. To develop overseas presence and be one of the development arms of the policies of the Ministry of Economy, Industry and …

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Last year, more than 300 000 students came from foreign countries to study in France, making it on the biggest world powerhouses in higher education. It’s not hard to see why: French schools have minted game-changing entrepreneurs, celebrated leaders in politics, …

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Christelle Saunez,  Institut de Neurosciences de la Timone, Marseille. Abstract High frequency electric stimulation of a small nucleus in the brain (the subthalamic nucleus) is a current treatment for Parkinson’s Disease, a neurodegenerative disorder that affects motricity, but also cognitive functions and …

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