Vivatech 2022: CNRS presents the challenges and technologies of tomorrow

This year, CNRS has chosen to highlight technologies at Vivatech that meet the challenges of healthcare, sustainability and digital technologies, in particular through 12 companies represented in its space, all of which are based on the results of basic research.

Thus, in the field of healthcare, visitors will be able to discover: Aqemia, which uses artificial intelligence and quantum physics to discover new therapeutic molecules, Cardiawave, which proposes to treat heart diseases with ultrasound, Damae Medical, whose technology allows the detection and control of skin cancer without biopsy, and Genoskin, which produces human skin models for testing molecules before clinical trials.

Sustainability-related technologies will be illustrated by Bulane decarbonizing the industry by burning hydrogen, Carboneo recycling CO.2 companies and reduce their carbon footprint, FunCell, whose bioadditives strengthen paper and cardboard, and Rosi Solar, which extracts raw materials from the waste of the photovoltaic industry.

Digital is also a key sector for CNRS start-ups: Alice&Bob develops versatile and error-tolerant quantum computers, Kayrros manages industrial infrastructure with satellite imagery, Actronika can add touch to auditory or visual interfaces, and Nanomade makes any object tactile with its sensors. pressure based ink with nanoparticles.

A big novelty this year are the presentations “Innovation and forward-looking negotiations of CNRS” on the priority topics of the French investment plan for 2030, which also highlight the program of the CNRS space on 15 and 16 June. These points allow you to understand the strategies of scientific research in terms of cybersecurity, hydrogen and low-carbon industries, data storage in the form of DNA, or even space exploration … (see program).

In addition, outside next to Pavilion 1, you can find Batiprint3D, a demonstrator that develops industrial solutions for building automation. With its printer robot, the company has already built housing and offers facade insulation services.

CNRS plays a decisively leading role in innovation, as evidenced by our presence at Vivatech. This highlights the excellence of the research work we do with all of our partners and how they drive deep technologies. We have also come up with an intervention program to project the public into the future, creating moments of exchange on major projects and issues that will make tomorrow emphasizes Antoine Petit, President and CEO of CNRS.

More than twenty companies from or with the support CNRS Laboratories and its partners will also be present at other Vivatech venues: 365 Talents (Vivatech Launch Village; C49), Basecamp Vascular (H18), Befc (KPMG booth; H33), Chiron It (Institut Mines-Telecom booth; L11), Diagrams Technologies (Le village by CA; D09), Entroview (Institut Mines-Telecom booth; L11), Hysilabs (South PACA Region booth; D55), Inspek (C48), I-Virtual (orange booth; J11), Keeex (starter village Vivatech; C49), Octopus Lab (Bouygues booth; E39), Pleyo (We are Normandy booth; F60), Preligens (formerly Earthcube; Vivatech starter village; C49), Professorbob.AI (C48) , Purenat (New Aquitaine Region booth; C15), Quandela (H18), Quantia (booth South PACA Region; D55), Runblind (booth CCI Paris Ile-de-France; E64), Seed In Tech (booth CCI Paris Ile-de-France; E64), Verso Optim (Booth La Poste; J53), Vu Log (Booth South PACA Region; D55), Wavely (Orange Booth; J11), Wever (Booth South PACA Region; D55) and Zto.Technology (Booth T Adekko Group; D52).

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Journalists, if you would like to meet these companies at Vivatech, you can contact Fran├žois Maginot to arrange a meeting: [email protected]

Useful information

From Wednesday 15 June to Saturday 18 June inclusive from 9:00 to 18:00.

Paris Expo Porte de Versailles; pavilion 1

1, Porte de Versailles. 75015 Paris

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