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Institut Curie
06/22/2020
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Don't miss the Hello Tomorrow Global Summit, from 16th to 20th November 2020: the annual deep tech gathering brings together all actors within the emerging technologies ecosystem. Even though Deep Tech Week Part II is postponed to 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Hello Tomorrow Global Summit returns for its 6th edition, and will be hosted fully online. Here’s a look back on the first part of the Deep Tech Week, a world-class event for technology transfer.
Deep Tech Week 2020

Whether you are a start-up, an incubator, an investor or a researcher, the Hello Tomorrow Global Summit is the place to get the best out of the Deep Tech ecosystem. Due to the health context, this edition will be fully hosted online, from 16th to 20th November 2020. This huge event gathers all the key players of innovation and is the best place to:

  • Learn from other experts in their field
  • Get connected within the deep tech ecosystem
  • Boost your knowledge on innovation/entrepreneurship
  • Scout future investment opportunities

Learn more about the program of Hello Tomorrow Global Summit 2020

 

Deep Tech Week 2020: a look back at the conference organized by Institut Curie

March 2020 saw the first edition of Deep Tech Week, a week to co-construct the technological solutions of tomorrow:, organized by Bpifrance, BCG, EPFL, Hello Tomorrow and SOSV. Institut Curie participated through the sponsorship of Carnot Curie Cancer, Carnot FINDMED and PSL University. With the current context surrounding the covid-19 pandemic, the 2nd part of Deep Tech Week has been postponed to autumn 2021. The objective is to bring together the key stakeholders that are building, financing and developing the deep dech technologies born in laboratories, propelling them to the market so that they can benefit as many people as possible. The purpose of the event is to:

  • Deepen everyone's knowledge of these emerging technology solutions
  • Promote a dialogue around deep tech technologies and to reflect on their challenges
  • Offer visibility to entrepreneurs, laboratories, startups, universities, research centers or support structures
  • Create new collaborations in order to accelerate the development of these innovations
  • Create new strategic sectors

On this occasion, Institut Curie shared its expertise, as a key player in technology transfer in oncology, during a conference: "From discovery to gold standard in oncology".

Based around four round tables, the intervention of Institut Curie collaborators defined the fundamentals of technology transfer in oncology and its many challenges. How to go from being a laboratory discovery to becoming a gold standard in oncology?  From the birth of the innovative technology to its emergence on the market, including the first clinical trials and the many choices available to inventors who embark on this adventure, the conference addressed these points in four steps:

 

The place of tech transfer in France and abroad

To define the place of technology transfer offices in the research ecosystem

Tech transfer option : entrepreneurship or license ?

To define the most relevant road for the tech transfer (license-out vs. entrepreneurship) of breakthrough innovation in oncology 

From discovery to early stage clinical trial

To understand how and why a breakthrough technology with a limited benchmark is financed

From innovation to gold standard

To understand how a breakthrough technology can access the market and become a gold standard in oncology versus other market

 

Live illustrations from Deep Tech Week :

The place of tech transfer in France and abroad
The place of tech transfer in France and abroad
Tech transfer option: entrepreneurship or license ?
Tech transfer option: entrepreneurship or license ?
From innovation to gold standard
From innovation to gold standard
From discovery to early stage clinical trial
From discovery to early stage clinical trial
Live illustrator, Emmanuel Kiener (Manuka)
Live illustrator, Emmanuel Kiener / Manuka

Deep Tech Week - Part 1 :

Deep Tech Week 2020
Deep Tech Week 2020 (part 1)
Amaury Martin, Director of Technology Transfer and Industrial Partnerships at Institut Curie and Director of Carnot Curie Cancer
Amaury Martin, Director of Technology Transfer and Industrial Partnerships at Institut Curie and Director of Carnot Curie Cancer
Eliane Piaggo, Research Team Leader in Translational Immunology at Institut Curie & Co-founder of Egle Tx
Eliane Piaggo, Research Team Leader in Translational Immunology at Institut Curie & Co-founder of Egle Tx
Deep Tech Week 2020
Deep Tech Week 2020 (part 1)

THE DEEP TECH WEEK

5 days of events organized in various emblematic Deep Tech locations

5000 participants (corporates, startups, researchers, PhD students, investors, research centres, TTO, universities, incubators,  accelerators, public organizations)

80 countries represented

20 conferences and networking sessions

 

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