As France's leading biocluster, Genopole is an incubator for cutting-edge projects in biotechnology. Located in the city of Évry, just south of Paris, Genopole provides a unique environment for scientists and entrepreneurs seeking to advance research and innovation.

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Genopole accompanies researchers, postdocs and start-up entrepreneurs through all the phases of their projects to ensure the best possible conditions for business development.

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Every day, at Genopole, researchers, entrepreneurs and students cross paths, share ideas and unite forces in a veritable melting pot for innovation.

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Giving wings to research and empowering employment in our community are cornerstones of Genopole's mission. Catch up on recent scientific advances, the accomplishments of our biotech actors and the events that enliven the biocluster.

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The Booster: accelerating the development of early-phase biotech start-ups

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  • 360° audit
  • High-level training
  • Privileged access to shared-use platforms

Genopole proposes an accompaniment program for entrepreneurs who have launched a biotech start-up and seek to accelerate its growth. Calendar, objectives, dispositions: learn all you need to know for your candidate dossier.

The Booster is a year-long program for early-stage start-ups in the life sciences fields of health, the environment, food & agriculture or bioindustry.

Join us and benefit from France’s gold-standard biotech ecosystem.

The next call for applications is scheduled for June 2021!

How do I join?

Laureate selection for the Booster comprises three steps:

  • a call for candidates
  • Selection by an expert jury
  • Start of the program

Why should I join the Booster?

The Booster program favors the acceleration of your start-up to ensure fund-raising and business-model success.

With the support from
Région île de France