Commitment to partnership research

The Carnot institutes network combines scientific excellence with professionalism and is committed to develop research for companies’ innovation.

  • 18% of the French public laboratory workforces
  • 50% of the R&D funded by companies in French public research

Novimmune relies on the CeVi collection to demonstrate the efficacy of its bispecific antibody

To assess the efficacy and the mode of action of NI-1701, Novimmune collaborated with CALYM by relying on the richness and quality of its bank of viable cells, ISO 9001 certified.

Partnership CALYM Carnot Institute - Novimmune

As children’s feet stretch, Decathlon and ARTS Carnot Institute rethink the way shoes are designed

The strong technical collaboration has helped reduce the risk of injury among junior tennis players without altering performances.

Partnership with ARTS Carnot Institute - Decathlon

Officially launched in June 2018 by Inventec, the soldering paste expected by the high-tech industry comes to fruition

The Chimie Balard Cirimat Carnot Institute’s expertise in the field of materials allows it to fulfil the most stringent requirements  for electronic components used in both the aeronautical and space industries.

R&D partnership for innovation


Institut Curie (Curie Cancer Carnot Institute) announces the launch of biotechnology company Honing Biosciences, a technology platform that develops solutions to optimize the efficiency and safety of cell therapies in cancer and chronic diseases.

Philips and Institut Curie (Curie Cancer Carnot Institute) have decided to invest more than 250 000 euros each in a partnership linked to the clinical use of the nuclear medicine PET scan Vereos, the first and only entirely digital PET/CT currently available on the market. Such a system can offer improved spatial resolution, significant gain in sensitivity and a better precision compared to standard analog systems.

Organized by Cetim Carnot Institute, the 8th Fatigue Design conference held in 2019 aims to present the most innovative approaches and scientific progress in design methodologies, tools, and equipment’s life extension, focusing on industrial applications.

For this edition, a new focus is made on the relation between additive manufacturing and fatigue.

Place : Senlis in France.

Date : From November 20, 2019 to November 21, 2019

More information about this event


Wednesday 7 November 2018 officially launches the European Plate Observing System (EPOS) for the pooling of data and services for the study of our planet. BRGM Carnot Institute is part of this initiative.