The Ripault has created in 2006, particularly in partnership with the region Centre, the AlHyance innovation platform dedicated to materials for energy.  
uB fulfils a dual mission of education and research in all scientific fields, among which Social sciences, Humanities, Physical sciences, and Life sciences.
GANIL (Grand Accélérateur National d'Ions Lourds) was created, on equal terms, by two research organizations which have collaborated towards its construction and operation: CEA/DSM and CNRS/IN2P3.
In 2050 energy consumption could reach two or three times current consumption.
    The JANNuS is a multi-ion beam irradiation platform jointly managed by the "Commissariat à l’Energie Atomique" (CEA), the "Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique" (CNRS) and the "Université Paris-Sud 11" (UPS).
The platform Nanomil (Nanostructured materials by milling), is conducting since 2007 researches in mechanical-synthesis , to develop the production of nanostructured powders for industrial use.
The Nanosafety Platform focuses on the protection and safety issues inherent to nanomaterial implementation.
  ORPHEE is a research reactor whose first purpose is to provide neutron beams to meet requirements for fundamental research on condensed matter.
Advanced processes of powder metallurgy Issues: to innove and gain competitiveness in the field of materials by producing metal components, alloys or ceramics with special properties and inaccessible by traditional methods.
The Materials Department of CEA / The Ripault has extensive expertise in the area of ​​development of materials and, in particular, in the production of coatings with specific properties.
  SIRIUS is an irradiation facility based on a high energy electron Pelletron accelerator from NEC, three irradiation lines (in particular the possibility to make irradiation at high current and low temperatures), and different in situ measurements during irradiation like spectroscopic methods (UV-Visible absorption, luminescence) and conductivity measurements .
Both a Very Large Instrument serving the entire scientific community and a research laboratory developing its own programs, SOLEIL is an exceptional source of light over a very broad spectral range (1eV/80 keV) for the exploration of inert or living matter.
The EM7 High Voltage Electron Microscope (HVEM) located at CEA Saclay has been operated since 1981.
PFNC is jointly operated by CEA Grenoble institutes Leti, Liten, and INAC.

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