FIST SA sera présent au SUNRiSE meeting les 26 et 27 juin

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FIST SA sera présent au SUNRiSE meeting les 26 et 27 juin

Emmanuelle Le Coz et Ha-Vy Paugam seront présentes à Montpellier du 26 au 27 juin pour participer à la 2ème réunion annuelle intitulée «Cellules souches et cancer» dans les tumeurs solides. Cette réunion est organisée par le réseau SUNRiSE

Emmanuelle et Ha-Vy présenteront la politique « Focus Transfert » du CNRS et son application en matière de transfert de technologie dans le domaine des Cellules Souches Cancéreuses.

Le programme de la conférence est téléchargeable ici.

Abstract: 

On the occasion of the 2nd SUNRiSE meeting, FIST SA – as the historical tech transfer office of the CNRS – a true link between academic research laboratories involving the CNRS and industrial players – presents how it implements the CNRS’ new innovation policy – called « Focus Transfer » – by developing a multi-approach view of the CSC topic for a more effective valorization of research results in this field.

FIST SA, established in 1992, is a French public limited company, now a subsidiary of the CNRS at 70% and 30% Bpifrance Financing. Its mission is to transfer innovative technologies, mainly originating from the CNRS, to the industry. Its action extends from the receipt of projects to the granting of exploitation rights through consulting in Intellectual Property strategies, participation in the filing of patent applications, search of industrial partners, negotiating and drafting of contracts, and management of patent portfolios.

The CNRS Focus Transfer (FT), focalized areas of valorization emanating from the CNRS’ strategic axes of innovation (ASI), correspond to major technological axes for the society and economy of tomorrow and for which the CNRS wishes to position itself as one of the institutional leaders.

For each FT, the CNRS, in collaboration with FIST S.A, identifies technological locks, assesses economic prospects and promotes industrial partnerships.

To this end, FIST SA is organized as a multidisciplinary project team based on an annual roadmap validated by a Steering Committee bringing together various CNRS bodies involved in valorization (DIRE, SPV, Research Institutes as INSB, INC, etc.) and external experts (academic and / or industrial). By striving to mobilize in a priority and complementary way its internal resources – human time, tools and expertises – FIST SA brings added value to the valorization of the theme, which tends to have a leverage effect on the involvement of its partners of the ecosystem (SATT …) in favor of the theme.