Institut Curie at Rendez-vous Carnot 2023
Held this year on October 18 & 19 in Lyon, the event will bring together companies, from start-ups to large groups, from all economic sectors. This innovation event is the ideal time to make R&D contacts and initiate technical or commercial partnerships with other companies.
|Rendez-vous Carnot 2023|
Date: October 18th & 19th, 2023
Location: Centre de congrès, Lyon
Organizer: Le Réseau des Carnot
Don't miss this 16th edition of the Rendez-vous Carnot, organized by the Réseau des Carnot, which will take place on on October 18th & 19th, at the Centre de Congrès in Lyon. What to expect? Access for companies with an innovation project, to R&D players likely to provide solutions.
This annual business convention allows innovation project leaders from companies of all sizes (VSE, SME, ETI, large groups) to meet R&I players capable of meeting their needs: Carnot but also other research laboratories, technical centers, contract research companies and innovation support structures (such as ANRT and CIFRE theses).
Conferences and round tables on:
- Technologies for business innovation
- Innovation support systems
- A large part of testimonials & feedback from companies
Pitch Start-ups and Innovative SMEs winners:
During the 2 days, on a dedicated area of the Innovation Square, about thirty selected start-ups and deeptech SMEs are present to make R&D contacts and initiate technical or commercial partnerships with other companies.
A rich and complete R&D offer on a wide range of topics:
- The best experts in research and the best specialists in innovation support systems.
- The Rendez-vous Carnot: the only event that offers a critical mass of R&D skills for all business sectors.
The "Rencontres Carnot-France Biotech", which will be held for the first time at the 16th Rendez-vous Carnot on October 18, will focus on three major themes: "Digital health", "Models and biobanks" and "Chemistry for health".
On this occasion, Dr Stéphanie Descroix, CNRS research director and team leader at Institut Curie, will share her expertise on tumors-on-a-chip at the "Models and biobanks" round table.