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Lyonbiopôle is certified by the French government as a global competitive cluster. It focuses on infectious diseases in humans and animals and cancer, from prevention through to treatment. The cluster also works on developing original administration systems. The cluster’s work draws upon the broad range of skills available in the Grenoble and Lyon areas.
As of December 2013, Lyonbiopôle had certified 135 R&D projects representing total spending of €671 million (including €269 million in government funding) and counted 136 members (more than 80% SMBs).
The Minalogic global competitive cluster for micro- and nanotechnologies and software helps businesses and research labs across the Rhône-Alpes region innovate in a number of fields, including healthcare. The innovations that come out of the cluster’s collaborative R&D projects bring the latest advances in digital technology and miniaturization to the healthcare industry. Applications include improved in-home healthcare, new remote healthcare and augmented surgery technologies, improved diagnostics and medical systems, and innovative new sensors.
As of December 2016, Minalogic had certified 450 projects representing a total budget of €2 billion (including €805 million in government funding), and counted 330 members. The 67 projects completed to date have resulted in 706 new jobs, 56 products (either on the market or in the process of being prepared for market release) and generated €1.6 billion in revenue.
Founded in 2009 by Grenoble University Medical Center and Minalogic, TASDA coordinates the Rhône-Alpes region’s efforts to develop technologies for in-home healthcare and assisted living by bringing together all contributors to this burgeoning industry. TASDA is part of a broader national in-home healthcare and assisted-living initiative rolled out in 2009 by the French Ministry for Industrial Renewal.
The I-Care cluster aims to bring the fields of medicine, the micro- and nanotechnologies, IT, and physics together to get new healthcare solutions to market faster. The cluster’s mission is to support businesses’ innovation strategies to keep pace with the market and boost their competitiveness.
Medic@lps is a non-profit organization that supports the growth of Grenoble-Isère-based businesses in the healthcare, biotech, and assisted-living sectors. The organization gives members personalized support for their unique markets.
This cluster supports medical systems companies by helping them leverage innovation to bolster their competitiveness. The cluster drives innovation and builds relationships between manufacturers, healthcare professionals, research labs, technical centers, and training providers.
CLARA brings together cancer researchers across the Rhône-Alpes and Auvergne regions. The goal is to get academic, clinical, and industrial research and development professionals working together on innovative, high-potential projects and rapidly transfer the results to patients.
To know more about Healthcare technologies, please download our publications of the sector (pdf)