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21 July 2017

Launch of the project Infravec2 by the European Commission

Infravec2 (Research Infrastructures for the control of vector diseases, in its long version) is an international consortium that brings together 24 partners, coordinated by the Institut Pasteur today. Kenneth Vernick, researcher in the «Pasteur Microbes & Santé» Carnot Institute (Pasteur Microbes & Health), is the Coordinator of the project. Infravec2 will make it possible to develop innovative tools for the control of vector diseases.

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21 July 2017

Chimie Balard Cirimat Carnot Institute partner of Ecasia 2017 conference

In 2017, ECASIA (European Conference on Applications of Surface and Interface Analysis) will take place in Montpellier, France, from 24 to 29 September. Chimie Balard Cirimat Carnot Institute is partner of this event.

After the success of previous editions, ECASIA’17, organized by Chimie ParisTech and SFV, will cover all aspects of Applications of Surface and Interface Analysis with emphasis on “Surface and Interface Analysis: the Link between Science and Technology”.
This will be achieved by bringing together experts from universities, research centres, and industries. ECASIA’17 will be a forum for presentation and discussion of advances in all areas of surface and interface analysis, organized around topics and special focus sessions. The program will include plenary lectures, keynote lectures, oral and poster presentations.

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21 July 2017

Scalinx: Electronics, from one world to another

The product of research carried out by its founder, Hussein Fakhoury, at the Télécom ParisTech laboratories (part of the Télécom & Société Numérique Carnot Institute), Scalinx is destined to shine as a French gem in the field of electronics. By developing a new generation of analog-to-digital converters, this startup is attracting the attention of stakeholders in strategic fields such as the defense and space sectors. These components are found in all electronic systems that interface analog and digital functions, whose performance depends on the quality of the converters they use.

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19 December 2016

JEC 2017 : the Cetim Carnot Insitute will participate

JEC World to Paris-Villepinte (from March 14, 2017 to March 16, 2017) is the only show which combines all the world industry of composites: an international platform where the users can find a complete range of new materials, proceeded and composite solutions. The Cetim Carnot Insitute will participate in this trade show.

 

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JEC 2017 : the Cetim Carnot Insitute will participate

JEC World to Paris-Villepinte (from March 14, 2017 to March 16, 2017) is the only show which combines all the world industry of composites: an international platform where the users can find a complete range of new materials, proceeded and composite solutions. The Cetim Carnot Insitute will participate in this trade show.

This show presents a diversified and well-balanced offer of more than 1 300 brands exhibitors, with 80 % of foreign companies and 20 % of French companies.
JEC gives you access to effective tools of relationship marketing:

  • To connect with the world industry of composites and his forty various business sectors (quite represented to the show)
  • To strengthen your position as key market player
  • To involve your company in the high-technology programs
  • To Meet and to choose your future partners
  • To Organize your activities of public relations

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19 December 2016
14 October 2016

CALYM’S 3rd SCIENTIFIC & PARTNERING DAY

CALYM’s 3rd SCIENTIFIC & PARTNERING DAY, will take place next October 17, 2016 in Paris, Espace Van Gogh, 62, quai de la Rapée.
CALYM researchers and clinicians will be happy to present the new lymphoma R&D offering and highlight research results of the consortium, from new therapeutic targets identification to Phase III pivotal clinical trials and beyond.
IPSEN and CELGENE representatives will bring industry standpoint.

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25 February 2016

The Carnot Institutes Network at the 2016 Campus France Australie Virtual Fair

The Carnot Institutes Network has a stand at  the 2016 Campus France Australie Virtual Fair for Higher Education and Research and Innovation in France  (February 15 to March 25 2016)

This event is organised by the Embassy of France in Australia and Campus France Australie with the support of France Alumni. Australie, the Consulate-General of France in Sydney, the network of the Alliance Française in Australia, and Atout France in Australia.

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22 February 2016

GLOBAL CARE Initiative co-organized the FAID 2016

GLOBAL CARE Initiative (a consortium of five Carnot Human Health Institutes) co-organized the French Americian Innovation Day 2016 edition dedicated to “Precision Medicine & New Technologies: Transforming Clinical Research”.

The two-day event focused on the latest developments in Precision Medicine. It brought together leading experts in the field to explore how these developments impact clinical research. This Symposium succeed in facilitating research and development connections among researchers, emerging and established companies, business development executives and investors in the United States and France. The FAID symposium’s organizers were: The Office for Science and Technology of the Embassy of France in the United States in Boston; and, GLOBAL CARE Initiative.

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21 January 2016

FAID 2016 : Global Care Initiative co-organized the event on February 9 and 10, 2016 in Cambridge, Massachussetts

The 2016 French American Innovation Days (FAID) took place on February 9 and 10, 2016 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. This conference was organized by the Office for Science & Technology of the Embassy of France in the United States and the GLOBAL CARE Initiative (a consortium of five Carnot Human Health Institutes), in collaboration with the MIT - France program. FAID2016 addressed the challenge of Precision Medicine & New Technologies - Transforming Clinical Research.

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1 July 2015

Carnot institutes step up their international deployment

Building from 10 years of success at the national level, the Carnot institutes network is now organising to expand its partnership research offering  at the international level and better support to companies operating on increasingly global markets.One of the aims of this new deployment effort is to heighten its presence in European projects, strengthen its scientific relationships with the international research community and, of course, bring growth to its partnership R&D for enterprises at the international level.

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Carnot institutes step up their international deployment

Building from 10 years of success at the national level, the Carnot institutes network is now organising to expand  its partnership research  offering  at the international level and better support to companies operating on increasingly global markets. One of the aims of this new deployment effort is to heighten its presence in European projects, strengthen its scientific relationships with the international research community and, of course, bring   growth to its partnership R&D for enterprises at the international level.

The network already enjoys a strong international foothold
Through some twenty affiliates or offices directly present on-site, the Carnot institutes network already has  locations across the world.
Its  extensive involvement in research institute networks such as CLORA and EARTO in Europe, as well as multiple international associations  (industrial, scientific,  etc.) tells of its desire to have a bearing  on the global scene.
As to the figures, they speak for themselves: in 2014, Carnot institutes recorded 75 M€ in R&D contracts  directly  financed by companies based  abroad, in addition to which come 110 M€ in revenue from collaborative European  research projects.
This  brought  total revenue  from  partnership-based  research  between  the  Carnot  Network  and  international socio-economic players to nearly 200 M€, or more than 20% of partnership revenue from the Carnot institutes network.
A "Carnot  Europe" Group  was  specially created in 2013 to accelerate the participation of Carnot institutes in European programs (Horizon 2020,in particular).
In  addition,  the  Consortium GLOBAL CARE Initiative, which  has  grouped together  the 5 Carnot institutes dedicated  to human health since 2013,  in order to pool their action internationally, show just how much potential thenetwork holds: meetings have been held with more than 250 innovative companies outside France, and proved the foundation for in-depth discussions in the United States, Asia and Europe

Stepping Up Efforts to Develop Internationally
In order to support and better promote its international partnership research activities, the Carnot institutes network is now rolling out a coordinated and pooled action plan.
The  first step was to establish  the  organisation principles and targeted communication needed and to share experience and information within the network about the opportunities and features specific to the various countries and geographic zones across the world.
Also required was a ramp-up  of  the joint initiatives underway in order to allow better participation in international collaborative projects and especially in European programs.
The final component was dedicated to resource-sharing and improving capacity to run the integrated offer put together in the main economic sectors at the in ternational level, in order to provide a more global response to companies' R&D needs.

After 10 years in existence, the Carnot institutes network has now gained the maturity needed to expand its activities  across the world and become known and recognised as a major global player in Corporate Research and Innovation.

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1 July 2015

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