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M. C. Blatché-was-born-in-toulouse and F. , She received the Licence degree in Biotechnologies from Nice-Sophia Antipolis University, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) Toulouse in 2009, where she is in charge of the "Biology" technological platform and worked on the development of cell growth on microsystems, 1986.

F. Mathieu-was-born, He received the engineering degree in communication systems and electronics from the CNAM (Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers) He joined the Laboratoire d'Analyse et d, LAAS), Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) where he is currently in charge of the development and design of very low signal detection systems applied to the micro(nano)electromechanical systems area and its complete electronic treatment and control for automation, 1972.

S. Picaud-was-born-in and . Paris, He received a PhD in Neurosciences from the University of Marseille in 1990 He was educated by leaders in the field of retinal physiology during doctoral and postdoctoral stays with Professor Wässle (Max-Planck Institute for Brain research, Francfurt, Germany) and Prpfessor Werblin (University of California He is currently leading the team " retinal information processing " at the Vision Institute in Paris created by Professor Sahel. After studying retinal physiology and pharmacology with applications in neuroprotection, the team has moved toward strategies for restoring vision in blind patients having lost their photoreceptors, These strategies involve retinal prostheses or optogenetic therapy, which requires expression of photosensitive pump or ionic channels in selected retinal neurones, 1961.

C. National-de-la-recherche and . Scientifique, LAAS-CNRS) in 1992 and received the PhD degree from the Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Toulouse (France) in 1995. Since then, as a senior researcher, he has been working on the development of micro-and nanotechnologies