Cross-sector alliance for personalised medicine

This project gathers 4 clusters dedicated to different technological and industrial sectors (medical technology; biotechnology; micro nanoelectronics & software , polymers & composites industry) in order to implement new cross sectoral value chains for personalised medicine industry.

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I-Care Cluster

I-Care Cluster is the Rhône-Alpes Cluster for Health Technology (Medical Devices and Health IT), gathering all stakeholders in this field (large groups, SMEs, research labs, health care providers...) to reinforce their competitiveness.
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Lyon Biopôle

Lyonbiopole, as a world-class cluster, is the one-stop shop for healthcare innovation in Rhône-Alpes.
It aims to support the emergence and development of innovative technologies, products and services for a more personalised medicine to the patient's benefit.

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Minalogic is a global competitive cluster, in the field of digital technology, combining micro-nanoelectronics and software. It supports projects holders to carry out their innovation.
Located in Grenoble this cluster brings together industry-research-training players, at the national and international level, for applications in the fields of health, environment, energy, imaging... "

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Plastipolis accounts for one third of French businesses in the plastics industry. It aims at fostering collaborative R&D projects in small and medium-sized companies. Plastipolis members represent the entire value chain of polymer processing, from materials and compound to technology integration, including processes and tooling.
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Rhône-Alpes Region

This regional administration located in Lyon is a leading centre for Research, Innovation and Education in Europe with a key role in the economic and scientific development of the territory and an active cluster policy in sectors of excellence such as health & personalised medicine

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This project is co-funded by
the European Union