Servier Research & Development Institute at Paris-Saclay is a major step for the Servier Group in achieving a more open, dynamic, and productive research that serves patients.
1,500 Servier researchers will be working together in a single location dedicated to interdisciplinary innovation in the Paris-Saclay cluster. They will be part of a scientific center of excellence that, in a few years’ time, will bring together nearly 25% of French scientific research.
Laying of the foundation stone
Working space for 1,500 employees
A 1,850 sqm start-up incubator with a hosting capacity of up to 110 people
Architects: Wilmotte & Associés
With Servier Research & Development Institute at Paris-Saclay, Servier affirms its position among the most influential innovators in France and Europe: the Paris-Saclay cluster, a comprehensive ecosystem dedicated to innovation. With 15% of national research, 40% of public and private research jobs in Ile-de-France with the jewels of French academic and private research, the scientific and technological cluster of Paris-Saclay is among the eight most powerful innovation hubs in the world. Servier will be the only international pharma present in this unique cluster.
The Paris-Saclay cluster offers a promising array of potential future partners. The Servier Group will be close to a wide spectrum of public and private stakeholders with whom it can build relationships, forge links, and identify opportunities for synergy.
Servier Research & Development Institute at Paris-Saclay will also host a start-up’ incubator, dedicated to young and innovative companies in the health care sector. Through this incubator, Servier aims at sharing knowledge and expertise between its teams and those of the hosted start-ups. Indeed, Servier’s teams will be able to take advantage of the best science and talent in order to accelerate research and the availability of new therapeutic solutions.
True to its environmental commitments and corporate social responsibility policy (CSR) covering all stakeholders, the Group has decided to make its Servier Research & Development Institute at Paris-Saclay a truly exemplary facility. The Group is aiming for the BiodiverCity® label, coupled with WELL and HQE quality certifications, thanks to an eco-friendly building, respecting biodiversity.
Sharing best practices, pooling equipment, developing partnerships, exchanging expertise: the architecture of the building itself is designed to facilitate new ways of working. It will be a stimulating work environment conducive to reaching full potential of Servier Research while promoting employee well-being.
© Photo credits: Architects Wilmotte & Associés