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Accompanying researchers

Academic Research

Accompanying researchers

Genopole allocates close to 30% of its budget to supporting research at the Évry-Corbeil site. With 20 academic laboratories under the aegis of major national research organisms and/or the University of Évry, Genopole is France’s leading biocluster in the fields of genomics, stem cells, gene therapy and synthetic biology. At Genopole, researchers and research teams find the best possible conditions for launching their activities as well as opportunities to develop and valorize their results. (...)

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The team and its missions

Accompanying researchers

The Genopole Research Team : Bring new laboratories to the site and support fast-growing research programs : genomics and post-genomics, stem cells, regenerative medicine, gene therapy, synthetic biology, etc. Implement an incentive policy to attract researchers, renowned teams and academic laboratories from throughout France to the Genopole site. Organize scientific activities and events at the site : high-level courses, systems and synthetic biology thematic classes, multidisciplinary (...)

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Laboratory Orientations

Accompanying researchers

With the support of the French State, national research organizations (CEA, CNRS, Inra, Inserm) and the University of Évry-Val-d’Essonne, Genopole has become a major research and education hub for life sciences. Genopole’s renown is built upon health biotech research. However, the biocluster is also engaged in other equally promising and future-looking research fields such as agricultural, environmental and industrial biotech. The principal research orientations of Genopole laboratories (...)

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Researcher Support

Accompanying researchers

Genopole supports academic research. Through targeted actions such as the ATIGES or Postdoctoral Repatriation Allocation Program, and the arrival and accreditation of new teams and laboratory equipment, Genopole continues to strengthen its scientific competencies and develop its research potential. INCENTIVE POLICIES 1. The ATIGES The purpose of the Genopole Thematic Incentive Actions, referred to by their French acronym “ATIGES”, is to contribute to the emergence of future scientific (...)

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