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Servier co-sponsor of the Paris-Saclay SPRING

07/05/2021

Servier co-sponsor of the Paris-Saclay SPRING

On May 20 and 21, 2021, Servier will be co-sponsor of the Paris-Saclay SPRING, which will bring together, in a digital format, all the stakeholders in innovation, research, science, and economic development of Paris-Saclay.

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During this occasion, on Thursday, May 20, live from the Ecole normale supérieure (ENS), Olivier Laureau, President of Servier, and Christophe Thurieau, Executive Director Servier Research, will participate in a round table discussion.

  • Olivier Laureau is invited to the “Paris-Saclay Success Makers” round table of ambassadors of the Saclay platform on Thursday, May 20, at 10:10 to 10:40 am. He will be with the presidents of major groups on the Saclay plateau (Danone, Renault, Total).

 

  • Christophe Thurieau is invited to speak at the opening conference of SPRING on Thursday, May 20, at 10:40 to 11:20 am: “The importance of collaborative innovation and of an innovation ecosystem in times of crisis to enable the economic rebound and resilience of a territory.”

The Paris-Saclay SPRING is a unique event designed to enable companies, investors, researchers, and start-ups to meet and develop together the answers to the major societal challenges of tomorrow in the following five themes: Mobility, Biotech Health, Digital Technologies, Greentech, and Foodtech.

 

Discover the program

 

By 2023, up to 1,500 Servier employees will be brought together in the future Servier Paris-Saclay Research and Development Institute and thus integrated into the Paris-Saclay ecosystem at the cutting edge of innovation. Learn more

 

To register for SPRING, click here

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