We are the tech transfer platform for the life science tools. 
We do product development side by side with the researchers who design and use
innovative R&D tools

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We transfer, produce and sell


A researcher invents a research technology and wants to transfer it


We collaborate with him/her to turn it into a product: development & production


We release the product 
through an Early-User Program first -
then through distributors

We release one technology every month

The Early-User Program helps researchers try our innovations at a reduced price before they get distributed,
with possibility of a full refund if their tests were not conclusive. More about the Early-User Program

The 2 latest products released

CrystalChip - microfluidic chip for protein crystallization

Available on pre-orders

This miniaturized device, with the size of a microscope slide, integrates all steps from biomacromolecule crystallization to high-resolution structural analysis: crystals are produced by counter-diffusion, can be soaked with ligands and analysed in situ for crystallography studies or direct crystal visualization.   


Fakir​Slide - nanostructured substrates to manipulate cell membrane morphology

FakirSlide are ready-to-use coverslips patterned with highly reproducible nanostructures for cell culture and isolated membrane applications. Made of borosilicate glass, they are compatible with all types of advanced microscopies and provide a solid support allowing for long-term experiments.   


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After Montpellier, Bordeaux, Lyon and Grenoble in 2022, our teams have travelled to the towns of Toulouse and Lille (France) in Q1/Q2 2023 to meet teams of innovative researchers. They will land in  Rennes,  Clermont-Ferrand and,Strasbourg before EOY.

Let us know if you want to join the meetings and get a chance to discuss about a technology you've developed to transfer it.

The blog for lovers of smart R&D technology 

A silicon window for mouse intravital imaging

Intravital microscopy has been developed to image cells and tissues in living animals. To this extent, implantation methods, as glass windows, have been designed but can induce animal distress and experiment failure and are time-consuming. To overcome those limitations, a silicon window has been developed that allows the imaging of growing tissue while being suture-free, easy to use and safe for the animal.​

Shared by Hélène Vitet - April 2023

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