07 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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12 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.


10 2016


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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02 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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02 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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01 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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07 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.

01 2015

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12 2014

Certifications & Carnot Institutes

- CALYM certified ISO 9001.
The CALYM Carnot institute, an international academic research and development leader in the lymphoma field, obtains the ISO 9001:2008 certification for the management and monitoring of its partnering research activities.

-  The European Membrane Institute (IEM UMR 5635), a member of the Chimie Balard Carnot Institute, certified ISO  9001:2008