On this occasion, Air Liquide announces that its Campus will host in 2019 a deep-tech start-up accelerator. Not only will Air Liquide host start-ups but will grant them access to shared experimental facilities and customized support from Air Liquide experts, with the objective to accelerate the industrialisation of their offer.
François Darchis, Senior Vice-President and member of the Air Liquide Group Executive Committee, supervising innovation, said: “Over the past five years, Air Liquide has reinvented its innovation approach, creating a global network of Innovation Campuses, in the United States (Delaware), in Asia (Shanghai, Tokyo) and in Europe (Paris, Frankfurt). Each Campus includes an R&D Center, working in close relation with Operations, and numerous partners, including universities and technology institutes, customers and start-ups. This open innovation strategy combines scientific expertise, capacity to develop technologies and digital solutions, to bring innovative offers to market more rapidly and to better serve our customers and patients.”
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