Applications for DayOne 2017 are open: Unique Open Innovation Day dedicated to pharmaceutical innovation
Applications are open for #DayOne2017 on June 14, 2017 at the Oncopole site. DayOne is a unique day dedicated to pharmaceutical innovation organized by the Pierre Fabre Research Institute and the Cancer-Bio-Health Competitiveness Cluster.
DayOne 2017: over 30 European projects selected
30 short-listed European projects will be presented by the project developers during DayOne in Toulouse.
This year, the topics chosen are the priority areas of Pierre Fabre Research & Development:
2016 edition: a turnout of more than 300 innovators
The first DayOne Forum, organized on June 21, 2016, aimed to identify, bring out, and develop innovative projects by biopharmaceutical companies, start-ups, and research laboratories (public or private) specialized in oncology in the surrounding area, i.e. Greater Western France.
More than 30 start-ups from different cities in the Greater South-West region (Nantes, Bordeaux, Limoges, Toulouse, Montpellier) presented their projects during pitches to a very diverse audience, such as the Pierre Fabre Group’s Research and Development teams, academics (INSERM, CNRS), members of the Toulouse Cancer Research Center (CRCT) and the Cancer University Institute of Toulouse (IUCT) as well as organizations seeking to fund innovative projects (Capitole Angels, BPI, Pierre Fabre Fund for Innovation, among others).
Pierre Fabre Fund For Innovation and Nature Open Library: initiatives proposed by Pierre Fabre
|Pierre Fabre Fund for Innovation, designed to finance and support innovative and promising projects in the laboratory’s fields of interest (oncology, onco-dermatology and dermatology) in order to speed up the development of new biological and/or synthetic molecules at the preclinical stage or early in the development phase.|
||Nature Open Library, an Open Innovation program, designed to share Pierre Fabre’s expertise in research, development and industrialization of plant-based active ingredients with private and public stakeholders offering innovative projects. In this context, Pierre Fabre offers access to its plant sample library containing 15,000 plants, one of the largest collections in the world.|