• FBB June 2020 – Newsletter

    June 2020 – Newsletter
    This month, we have the pleasure to feature one of our longtime member PerkinElmer introducing their live cell imaging system that will ease your experimentation without missing any details.
    Check out how this technology can assist you and be the solution to your problem.

    Companies of the month

    MuviCyte™ Live cell Imaging system


    Live-cell imaging enables you to learn more about your cells:
    • When an event happens
    • How fast it happens
    • By which mechanism
    • Living cells are more physiologically relevant than fixed cells and thus a better tool to study cell biology dynamics and kinetics.
    • No need to stop your experiment at different time points – just run live and record it.
    • Identify protein expression, confluency, the size of your cell populations, and more.
    The Muvicyte system is designed to operate inside your incubator so you can maintain your cells under optimal conditions and keep them healthy for hours, day, or weeks at a time. Because it is controlled by an external PC, you can observe your cells remotely, helping to keep the chamber at optimum levels of temperature, CO2 and humidity. The automated operation allows you to focus on your science while the instrument runs unattended.

    With 3 colors fluorescence imaging, Z-stacking and stitching capabilities, you can perform a wide range of assays in a variety of culture vessels, including chambers slides, Petri dishes, flasks, microplates, and other specialized vessels.
    The Muvicyte distinguishes itself thanks to very high image quality, extremely robust focusing throughout days, and thanks to an open access enabling outstanding flexibility.
    The Muvicyte movie making and analysis software pieces allow turnkey creation of movies and data interpretation.
    If you want, when environmental controlled is not required, you can use your personal MuviCyte imager small footprint on lab bench for routine cellular measurements. 
    When more advanced image analysis is required outside of the standard offerings of the MuviCyte Apps, you can utilize PerkinElmer’s Columbus software to directly import images to measure for example, cell population analysis, protein translocation assays, single-cell tracking, neurite analysis, and much more.

    Why wait, let your incubations happen now to make discoveries for tomorrow.
    For more information please visit the PerkinElmer website: https://www.perkinelmer.com/product/muvicyte-live-cell-imaging-kit-hh40000000

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    Networking Events
    While we had to get online, we know that you are missing our favourite place for networking in San Diego. So do not forget to check the Bella Vista Events.
    And stay up to date for our next FBB social event. More information will be provided to registered participants.
    We also welcome you to reach out to us and interact with the FBB community through our multiple social network platforms.
    In the meantime, keep healthy while taking care of you and others!

    The French BioBeach team
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  • FBB May 2020 – Newsletter

    May 2020 – Newsletter
    In the last month, the French BioBeach had the occasion to go fully online with a virtual breakfast and video-networking!
    While our physical interaction evolved, our newsletter is more than ever appreciated.
    This month we have the pleasure to feature one of our longtime member Amylgen more recently associated with Neuron-Experts. Both experts in CNS pathologies, these two CROs have developed unique models, respectively in vivo and in vitro, to assess the efficacy and mechanism of action of the compounds against Alzheimer’s disease. Learn more about this new perfect combo.
    And do not forget to check our updates.

    Companies of the month

    Amylgen & Neuron-Experts propose a new rapid combined in vitro & in vivo efficacy assessment against Alzheimer’s disease. This is a great solution for those who:
    • have lead compounds series supposed to be efficient against Alzheimer's disease, and need to assess them to select the best candidate(s).
    • need a quick and relevant Efficacy Proof of Concept to select best candidate(s) and to design appropriate in-depth preclinical investigations.
    Alzheimer's Disease (AD) consists in a chronic & progressive neurodegeneration. The precise etiology of AD is still not fully clarified but is known to be complex and multifactorial. AD is especially characterized by the presence in the brain of senile plaques, mainly due to the accumulation and deposition of amyloid-β (Aβ) peptide. Aβ peptide accumulation triggers the cascade of reactions that induces AD.
    Amylgen (in-vivo CRO) & Neuron-Experts (in-vitro CRO) have both developed exclusive models for efficacy assessment of compounds against this pathological mechanism.

    They will then offer their expertise to design and carry out in depth in vitro and in vivo preclinical studies on the selected candidate in order to elucidate the mechanism of action, the effects on neuronal function, apoptosis, synaptic and mitochondrial function, anti-oxydant property, as well as differentiation from reference molecules in terms of onset and duration of efficacy or potential synergies with other treatments.
    If you want more information, please contact us at: rapidscreening@amylgen.com.
    Or get in touch with Amylgen`s representants, Mohamedi Kagalwala (USA relation), and Laura Ceolin (EU headquarters).

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    Networking Events
    While we had to get online, we know that you are missing our favourite place for networking in San Diego. So do not forget to check the Bella Vista Events.
    And stay up to date for our next FBB social event on May 8th. More information will be provided to registered participants.
    We also welcome you to reach out to us and interact with the FBB community through our multiple social network platforms.

    AskBio Acquires BrainVectis to Expand its Clinical Pipeline for Neurodegenerative Diseases

    AskBio, a leading, clinical-stage adeno-associated virus (AAV) gene therapy company, has acquired BrainVectis, a Paris-based gene therapy company and French National Institute for Health and Medical Research (INSERM) spin-out with expertise and an intellectual property estate for the treatment of neurodegenerative disorders. This acquisition offers the companies an extraordinary opportunity to work together to potentially transform patients’ lives.



    In the meantime, keep healthy while taking care of you and others!

    The French BioBeach team
    Reach out to Kevin Adam if you want more information about the French BioBeach services.
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  • FBB September 2019 – Newsletter

    September 2019 – Newsletter
    This month, Seelk Design catch our`s eye with their eco-friendly products based on Silicone Edge Graphics. No doubt that it will enthrall you.
    In parallel of our recurrent happy hour networking, it is also a pleasure to start again a new series of FBB Breakfast, so do not forget to register.
    Company of the month
    Seelk Design is a French-American display company, specializing in Booths and Interior Design, ready to make its mark in the science industries. Seelk’s “know how” comes from more than 10 years of experience presenting in Europe and the United States, is at your disposal for all projects, events, conferences, and interior designs with all its adaptability. As a proud member of Biocom and now BioBeach, we understand the issues and needs of displays and presentation media in the science industries. Seelk guarantees a high quality turnkey solution that will save you money and our planet.
    Seelk’s innovative framing system allows you to replace your visuals quickly and efficiently, using silicon edge graphics. Save on the cost of an installer, and on replacing displays in their entirety preventing further waste. Choose a green product that’s better for the environment: frames are made of recycled aluminum (intended to be a one-time investment), graphics are recyclable, and inks are aqueous based.
    Frames are intended to be modular, have them: connected, hanging, free standing, wall mounted, and even back lit to enhance your visuals. The products can be modified and customized even more by adding: TV monitors, permanent or temporary/movable shelving, iPad stands, brochure holders, ETC.
    From standard booth and display packages to custom projects, we can find a solution that will fit to your budget.


    Working alongside Solar Turbines, BioCom, and more, we guarantee a high quality product that you can use and reuse. Seelk Design services will assist you with every aspect of your project from design conception, graphic design, production, printing, shipping, installation, dismantling, and even storage. With our offices in San Diego (CA), and France, we can help you present your findings at international and domestic conferences, and trade shows. 
    Email project@seelkdesign.com or call us at 858-997-1540 to speak about any upcoming projects.


    Explore our website for more products, ideas, and information about SEG and our services!
    Follow us on
    LinkedIn and Instagram. For more information and inquiries, please contact us. 

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    Breakfast Event
    Join us for a casual breakfast. This month CureMatch will host the event.

    On September 4th

    from 8am to 9.30am

    Happy Hour Networking Event
    bella vista social club & caffe
    bella vista
    September 13th
    from 5pm to 7pm (PST)
    Local News/Events
    In the meantime, we hope to see you at our events!

    Kevin Adam, Beatrice David Shevlin and Stephane Richard of the French BioBeach team


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  • FBB August 2019 – Newsletter

    August 2019 – Newsletter
    The French BioBeach is thrilled to introduce you to our new member, active in France and North America, Oncodesign. This biopharmaceutical company and its innovative solutions evolve so quickly that you must stay up to date.
    Aside, you will get the usual details to register for our next FBB happy hour networking event and others coming meeting in San Diego.
    Company of the month
    Oncodesign – vector of innovation
    Founded nearly 25 years ago by Dr. Philippe Genne, the Company’s CEO and Chairman, Oncodesign is a biopharmaceutical company dedicated to precision medicine. Its main driver is to fill the innovation gap in the healthcare industry with its comprehensive technological platforms integrated in a translational drug discovery engine.
    Technological innovation lies at the heart of Oncodesign’s model – the Etiology, Discovery and Experimentation activities designed and implemented by Oncodesign contribute to a more effective approach to the phenomenon of innate and acquired resistance, more efficient treatments and a reduction in therapeutic failures.

    Working alongside prestigious big pharma and biotechs (nearly 800 over the last decades), Oncodesign orients with success the R&D of new therapeutic and diagnostic tools.
    Throughout our range of services combining state-of-the-art medicinal chemistry, pharmacology, bioanalysis, DMPK (in GPx environment), imaging and Artificial Intelligence, Oncodesign is the R&D partner for both routine or complex and strategic programs. Our long track record in oncology is also applied to various therapeutic areas inflammation, immunology, immuno-onco and infectious diseases.
    Oncodesign’s technology has already enabled the targeting of several promising molecules with substantial therapeutic potential, mainly in oncology.


    From France to North America 

    Oncodesign is based in Dijon, France, in the heart of the town’s university and hospital hub, and within the Paris-Saclay Bio-cluster. Oncodesign has also 2 subsidiaries in Canada and the USA.   

    Oncodesign has 232 talented employees in France and North America.  

    We are your partner for both routine or complex projects. Challenge us!

    We will be pleased to see you when around!

    Explore our large spectrum of offerings and news on Oncodesign.com


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    For more information, please contact us.

    Copyright© 2019 Oncodesign. All rights reserved.

    Happy Hour Networking Event
    bella vista social club & caffe
    bella vista
    August 9th
    from 5pm to 7pm (PST)
    Social Activity Networking Event
    The survey stay open for new comments and suggestions.

    Local News/Events
    This month will be another occasion to fully appreciate the summer with its dose of sun.
    In the meantime, we hope to see you at our events!

    Kevin Adam, Beatrice David Shevlin and Stephane Richard of the French BioBeach team


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  • Biocom in France: Part Deux

    Franco-American biotech ties flourish

    By Joe Panetta11:55 A.M.MAY 4, 2015








    San Diego delegation and PACA partners outside the offices of Innate Pharma. — Biocom

    (Editor's note: This is Part 2 of Biocom CEO Joe Panetta's return trip to southeastern France with a delegation from Biocom and French BioBeach, to strengthen the partnership between the region and Southern California. You can read Part 1 of the trip to Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, or PACA, here)

    For two days since arriving here in Marseille to continue our Biocom and French BioBeach delegation trip, we have been awed by the growth of this life science cluster within the second largest city in France. We have visited clinical research hospitals and life science parks, an incubator and biotech companies including one that has been quite successful, as well as met with regional political and business leaders and potential partners.

    It has been a whirlwind two days in which our hosts and Biocom partners – Eurobiomed and the South Bio Alliance – have gone to extraordinary lengths to extend their hospitality and a unique perspective on all that this region can offer in the life sciences arena.

    We began yesterday with a visit to the Luminy campus of Marseille Immunopol, the subcluster for immunology in Marseille. It has unique positioning for immunology as a key technology here and has created an alliance that brings together all of its stakeholders within a collaborative ecosystem for innovation in immunology. The Immunopole includes hospitals, research institutes, academic labs and biotech companies.

    Marseille has a 40-year history of discovery and development in immunology beginning with Beckman Coulter Innotec which led to 60 spin-offs and other start-ups such as Innate Pharma, now a very successful company that we visited within the Immunopole. Innate has raised $185 million and has completed $1.8 billion in deals since 2006 including its most recent with AstraZeneca worth $250 million in initial payment with milestones worth up to $1.3 billion.

    A second company that we talked to was HalioDx, a spin-off of Qiagen Marseille that has a unique biomarker portfolio for use potentially by large pharma in developing companion diagnostics.

    Also within the Luminy Park is the Association Grand Luminy, the sole biotech incubator in the south of France which has operated since 1985. It has 2 missions: to sustain the local economy and to create and grow companies. Since 2009 Grand Luminy has also run a Biotech Nursery to host start ups from the incubator within a structure that includes support services, an entrepreneurship manager, strategic partnership development, patenting, communications management and corporate identity.

    To obtain a better understanding of the ability of the Marseille cluster to conduct clinical trials we visited AP-HM, the 3rd largest university hospital in France built on the concept of combining a high-technology hospital with research training. The hospital is now running more than 300 clinical trials.

    The day ended with expert presentations on human resources management, drug regulation in France and company financing at the 400-year old Palais de la Bourse, which is now home to our hosts for the afternoon and evening, the International Chamber of commerce of Marseille.

    The leaders of the Regional Council, Stephane Richard of French BioBeach and I exchanged greetings and addressed guests representing life science companies, the media and business leaders followed by a networking event held to welcome our delegation. While the event lasted well into the evening we knew that we could not end the day in this great city without once again sampling the remarkable bouillabaisse that is so expertly prepared within a few great establishments here, and at 10 PM in the evening we descended upon Le Rhul Restaurant. By midnight we were satiated and exhausted, and returned to our hotel.

    Today's schedule began even earlier in the morning with a visit to the IPC Paoli Calmettes cancer treatment center. It is one of a group of cancer treatment and research centers created by the great French President Charles de Gaulle after World War II, of which there are 20 in France.

    IPC Paoli is unique in that it includes a new unit called IPC Drug Discovery which works primarily in technologies that can detect blood levels of antibodies in an attempt to better identify weaknesses of cancer cells and DNA repair mechanisms. It also has a strong epigenetics group and a group working on metastasis. The unit is trying to find partners in pharma and biotech to conduct Phase I trials and to establish start up companies.

    Investment funding is available in Marseille as we learned in a presentation on PACA Investissmente, which sponsors a capital investment fund of 19.45 million Euro,managed by Thurenne Capital. Since its first investment in 2011, it has made investments in 38 companies and created 32 partnerships in the PACA region. To apply for funding a company must be early stage and incorporated in the region.

    This trip would not have been complete without a visit to NeuroService, a contract research firm located outside Marseille in Aix-en-Provence. The company has ties to San Diego as the region's first Biocom member firm here, and does 60 percent of its business in the US. NeuroService specializes in pharmacological assays based on electrophysiological recordings of acute brain and spinal cord slices, and cultured neurons to support early phases of CNS and pain R&D programs.

    Our second long day in the region ended with an informative tour of Aix-en-Provence city center and a farewell dinner with our most cordial hosts. It has been a truly incredible visit here from the standpoint of experiencing just how similar this area is to San Diego in its life science collaboration, diversity and innovation.

    A two-year gap in visiting our partners here perhaps provided a better perspective on their progress, but we talked over dinner about the opportunity to work together more closely in the future as the bridge we are building attracts more traffic.


  • French biotech: A return visit

    Biocom delegation travels to southeastern France for biotech

    By Joe Panetta12:05 P.M.

    Officials of San Diego's Biocom and Eurobiomed, an agency in southeastern Francce, sign an agreement to help biotech companies do business in each other's regions. From left, Magda Marquet, founder of Althea Technologies and chair of Biocom; Jacquie Berthe, president of Eurobiomed and a scientific director of Sanofi-Aventis; and Joe Panetta, president and CEO of Biocom.

    (Editor's note: Biocom, the San Diego-based life science trade group, has long cultivated ties with biotech in other nations. Biocom CEO Joe Panetta describes the group's latest mission, a return trip to France.)

    Two years ago I reported to U-T San Diego readers on the first trip by Biocom, French BioBeach and our members to Nice and Marseilles to explore partnership opportunities between life science clusters in the two regions of southern California and the Cotes d'Azur/Provence. That visit was eye-opening for all of us who participated, as we gained a great appreciation for the entrepreneurial environment and the long history of life science company formation and success, as well as the standout experience here is the conduct of clinical trials for oncology products.

    The relationship was furthered last year as representatives of both regions including Biocom, French BioBeach, and what is now known as the Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur South Bioalliance

    signed a formal partnership agreement during the BIO 2014 convention in San Diego.

    We returned to Nice and Marseilles in the spirit of our formal partnership this week with some past participants from San Diego, including Biocom Board Member and lead patent counsel at WSGR, Jeffrey Guise, Mike Honeysett of Acea and me, as well as new delegates such as the CEOs of Flow Paradigm, OncioMed, Abreos Biosciences (with one of his scientists) and CVAC Systems – a very inquisitive and engaged group who have asked probing questions of our hosts here while thus far expressing enthusiasm about what we have seen on the first part of our trip in Nice.

    Here's an update on the state of life science in this region in 2015 to provide a bit of perspective and comparison with southern California.

    The industry here is represented by 400 companies employing 10,000 people. Leading companies here include Beckman Coulter, Galderma, Sanofi-Aventis and Nicox. It is France's second largest center for clinical trials with 30,000 doctors and 39,000 hospital beds. It is a center of convergence of biotechnology, aquatic technologies, IT and wireless communications and tourism, and it has 6 universities including the largest in France in Marseilles (if this all sounds familiar it is because it is a mirror image of San Diego).

    Two years ago I reported that what struck me most about this region is its advanced experience in the field of clinical medicine. This was reinforced yesterday on our visits to the Centre Antoine Lacassagne, a regional cancer center that is close to completing a synchro-cyclotron proton therapy device that is the first of its kind in Europe, and to the national Alzheimer's pilot Institut Claude Pompidou for a presentation of some leading research projects of non-drug therapies to enhance cognitive function in patients through the use of IT-based solutions.

    The device at Lacassagne is one-fourth the weight of previous devices and uses 1/8 the electricity with a new dose administration technology called PBS – pencil beam scanning which is intensity- modulated to provide much higher "conformation" to tumor shape than past devices.

    We followed up with presentations by lead scientific researchers at the Institute of Biology Valrose within the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, an international research center that addresses fundamental topics in developmental biology with links to associated diseases such as cancer, diabetes and obesity and utilizing various scientific approaches such as genetics, cell signaling and integrative physiology carried out on a wide range of model organisms.

    The impressive presentations on human adipose stem cells and obesity, on generation of functional beta cells from alternative pancreatic cell subtypes, on a flow cytometry iBV platform and on experimental histology in development and disease drew comments and questions by our group regarding the competitive nature of the work with what is being done in San Diego.

    Our long day ended with all of our companies making quick pitch presentations to an invited group of Nice life science company representatives at the Team Cote d'Azur office.

    Today (Tuesday) began with a legal presentation on doing business in France by the FIDAL law group ( the most popular question being whether it is actually possible to terminate an employee in France) followed by a day of visits to some of Nice's leading life science companies.

    Two that were of particular relevance to our San Diego group were Integra Life which is a device company based in New Jersey and producing brain catherization and mapping products here, and TxCell which is developing T cell immunotherapies for severe chronic inflammatory and autoimmune diseases such as Crohn's Disease. The latter drew questions from the entire group because the technology was an area of familiarity to many of our participants but even more so because all agreed that the research rivaled what they had seen in immunotherapy product development in San Diego.

    Another long day ended with our transfer to Marseilles and a late-evening reception hosted by the Eurbiomed-Provence Promotion Team. We'll spend the next two days here in Marseilles further examining the many potential opportunities for our southern California companies.


  • October 3rd 2014: San Diego Manufacturing Day Breakfast

    San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation

    October 3 San Diego Manufacturing Day Breakfast

    Did you know there are over 3,000 manufacturers –
    supporting 93,450 jobs in San Diego County?

    October 3 is National Manufacturing Day. It acknowledges the great products made in your backyard and across the country. Over 20 San Diego manufacturers are opening their facilities throughout the day for tours to dispel myths about today's manufacturing and show the community the great career opportunities that are available within the industry.

    To kick-off the day's celebration, EDC along with sponsors and other community partners are hosting a breakfast event that will include remarks from Mayor Kevin Faulconer, City of San Diego, and Dr. Trudy Gerald, Dean of San Diego City College CACT program, acknowledging the importance of manufacturing in our region. A dynamic panel discussion will be moderated by Jack Stewart, President of California Manufacturers and Technology Association, and the panel will feature leaders from 3D Robotics, CareFusion, General Dynamics NASSCO, Sector 9, and ViaSat.

    Date: Friday, October 3, 2014
    Time: 8:30-10:30 a.m.
    Location: San Diego Central Library

    Register: https://sandiegomfgday2014.eventbrite.com
    Tickets: $25 if you register by Sept 19

    To host a tour, attend a tour, list of community partners, or for more information, visit http://www.sandiegobusiness.org/news/events



    Media Partner

    San Diego Regional EDC’s mission is to maximize the region’s economic prosperity and global competitiveness.

    For more information, please contact:
    Emily Moore
    Manager, Events

  • TxCell raises €16M on the French stock exchange


    The fund raising by the Sophia Antipolis-based biotech company will enable it to market its treatment for Crohn’s disease


    TxCell, with its head office in Sophia Antipolis, has just announced that it has raised €16.2M after its floatation on  the French stock exchange.

    The company, specializing in immunotherapy for the treatment of chronic inflammatory auto-immune diseases, was supported by the company’s key shareholders, Auriga Partners, Seventure and Innobio and by Bpifrance Participations who subscribed to the capital increase for the amounts of €5.7M and €8.1M respectively.

    TxCell makes this type of innovative cell therapy economically viable for the first time. Using the patient’s own cells it treats chronic and severe inflammatory and auto-immune diseases. “TxCell’s listing on Euronext in Paris is a major step in accelerating the company’s development and its next-generation cell-therapies”, confirmedDamian Marron, the company’s Chief Executive Officer, in a press release.

    This new type of treatment could “change the life of thousands of refractory patients suffering from inflammatory auto-immune diseases such as Crohn’s disease” he added.

    Source:  Team Cote d’Azur

  • FBB Partner: SATT Sud Est, Technology Transfert Office from the South East of France

    sattlogoengAbout SATT Sud Est

    SATT Sud Est, “Accelerator of Technology Transfer”, helps companies to boost their competitiveness through innovation stemming from public research of South Eastern France. It is a key player in regional economic development associated with innovation.

    Its core business involves bringing inventions developed by its shareholder research bodies to readiness on legal (intellectual property), economic (market) and technical (proof of concept) levels. SATT is focused on bridging the technology gap between these inventions and their industrial-scale production. SATT aims at transferring innovative technologies stemming from its shareholders to the economic fabric while granting operating licenses to companies. It is built up around two technology transfer poles (Health & Life Technologies; Materials, Environment & Information Technologies, and Social Sciences & Humanities), as well as a Licensing & Start-up Creation dept.

    SATT Sud Est is a simplified joint-stock company (SATT PACA Corse SAS) with a capital of €1 million. Its shareholders include the Universities of Aix-Marseille, Nice Sophia Antipolis, Toulon, Avignon and the Vaucluse, Corsica, the Centrale Engineering School of Marseille, the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), the National Institute for Medical Research (Inserm) and the Caisse des Dépôts. The Assistance Publique–Hôpitaux de Marseille and the Nice University Hospital Centre are two of the company’s founding partners though they cannot be shareholders.

    A total of 38 employees worked for the company as of February 1st, 2014. Its headquarters are based in Marseille, with a branch in Sophia Antipolis, France.

    For more information, visit www.sattse.com or follow our twitter account at @SATTse_

    Browse our technology portfolio and create your account at www.sattse-technologies.com


    A propos de la SATT Sud Estsattlogoeng

    La SATT Sud Est, « l’Accélérateur du Transfert de Technologies », développe la compétitivité des entreprises par l’innovation issue de la recherche publique des régions PACA et Corse. Elle se positionne en acteur incontournable du développement économique régional lié à l’innovation.

    Son cœur de métier est la maturation des inventions issues des laboratoires de recherche régionaux sur les plans juridique (propriété intellectuelle), économique (marché) et technologique (maturation technologique). Sa mission consiste à combler le gap technologique entre ces inventions et leurs applications industrielles. Son objectif est de transférer les technologies innovantes de ses actionnaires vers le monde industriel par la concession de licences d’exploitation à des entreprises. La SATT est organisée autour de 2 pôles thématiques (Santé & Technologies du Vivant ; Technologies des Matériaux, de l’Environnement & de l’Information, Sciences Humaines & Sociales) et du département Licensing & Création d’Entreprises.

    La SATT Sud Est est une Société par actions simplifiée (SATT PACA Corse SAS) au capital social de 1 M€. Ses actionnaires sont les Universités d’Aix-Marseille, Nice Sophia Antipolis, de Toulon, d’Avignon et des Pays de Vaucluse, de Corse, l’Ecole Centrale Marseille, le CNRS, l’Inserm et la Caisse des Dépôts. L’Assistance Publique–Hôpitaux de Marseille et le CHU de Nice sont partenaires fondateurs non actionnaires.

    Au 1er février 2014, la Société comptait 38 collaborateurs. Son siège social est situé à Marseille et une équipe est basée à Sophia Antipolis.

    Pour plus d’informations, visitez www.sattse.com et suivez twitter @SATTse_

    Consultez notre portefeuille de technologies innovantes et créez votre compte personnel à www.sattse-technologies.com