Accelerating the discovery of new medical treatments, transforming atmospheric CO2 into fuel, and conceiving a quantum computer... The ground-breaking innovation that may one day enable these achievements will be on display at the CNRS stand at Vivatech from 15-18 June 2022 in Paris.
This year the CNRS decided to especially emphasize technologies responding to challenges in the fields of health, sustainability, and digital technology. A dozen companies will come together at the CNRS stand to share their experience, and to present the latest news relating to the major research objectives of French innovation.
The programme at the CNRS stand includes contributions and discussions focusing on priority topics from the France 2030 investment plan, such as quantum technology, the decarbonisation of industry, medtech, and biotech.
With more than 1,700 start-ups created over the last twenty years based on research results from laboratories under its supervisory authority, the CNRS is one of the major actors in French Deeptech. Working in close cooperation with research establishments, these start-ups transfer technology based on academic research, and have very high potential for creating value.