“Steps for Industry”: a GIANT program for building bridges between research and industry
This program, targeting businesses, showcases GIANT campus’ excellence in research, encourages collaboration, and, more generally, promotes the GIANT ecosystem.
Communities of experts from various GIANT member institutes (ESRF, ILL, EMBL, and CEA) provide the program’s content. Each community of experts addresses a specific topic through the lenses of multiple disciplines and approaches:
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This program is intended as a link between GIANT’s senior scientists and world-class facilities on one hand, and industrial development, innovation, and production needs on the other, effectively interfacing the worlds of scientific research and industrial R&D.
GIANT brings its knowledge and facilities to comprehensive, collaborative solutions to industrial R&D challenges. Typically, GIANT will bring a multidisciplinary approach to a business case from a specific industry.
The GIANT Innovation Campus has long been recognized as a leading source of high-added-value solutions to industrial R&D needs. The GIANT Steps for Industry communities work together on joint projects and attend trade shows and industry events under the GIANT brand to help bring the GIANT vision to even more industrial companies.
A community of experts from GIANT member institutes working together to develop the batteries of the future
Grenoble is recognized as a world-leading R&D center for battery technologies, in particular thanks to GIANT partner organizations like the CEA, ESRF, ILL, and CNRS.
GIANT’s capabilities and facilities are unrivaled by any other organization in the world, making the campus the ideal place for research scientists and battery specialists. The Battery@GIANT community is a connector, creating synergies and enabling cooperation between stakeholders spanning research and industry.
The CEA, ESRF, and ILL regularly engage in joint initiatives to promote the battery R&D being done at the GIANT campus, which ranges from basic research and state-of-the-art characterization techniques at the EPN campus to tech transfer projects led by the CEA Technology Research Division.
The Battery@GIANT community helps companies solve issues relating to energy storage and battery performance and durability. Members from the worlds of research, academia, and industry work alongside one another, sharing know-how, new research, and emerging trends. The diverse nature of the community makes for fruitful discussions that often lead to successful long-term collaborations.
GIANT helps the community organize events, get involved in trade shows, and promote its cutting-edge battery research to a wider audience.
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A community of experts from GIANT member institutes shaping the future of healthcare and medicine
Grenoble is recognized around the world as a leading center for healthcare and the medicine of the future, largely thanks to the pioneering R&D work being carried out on the GIANT campus.
GIANT has formed partnerships with institutes like CEA-Leti, Clinatec, EMBL, ESRF, ILL, and IBS, whose state-of-the-art capabilities have earned the area a world-class reputation for medtech and biotech.
GIANT’s Steps for Industry program brings together top medtech and biotech scientists and researchers around solutions to the healthcare challenges of the future. These experts form the MedtechBiotech@GIANT community, which has a dual mission: to promote the cutting-edge research being done in the local area, and to provide concrete solutions addressing the needs of medtech and biotech companies.
The MedtechBiotech@GIANT community showcases the expertise of GIANT and its local partners and their ability to collaborate on high-level R&D projects. The scope is vast, ranging from basic research and state-of-the-art characterization techniques at the EPN campus, to tech transfer projects led by the CEA Technology Research Division.
GIANT helps the community organize events, get involved in trade shows, and promote its advanced medtech and biotech research to a wider audience.
For more information, get in touch.