Our supporters

The public and private sectors both out in force

The Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region is one of the most industrialized regions in the country, ranking first nationally for the total number of industrial jobs.

The consortium plays a central role in this rich local environment: it is behind thirteen new start-ups and eighty patents filed each year; it has subsidiaries dedicated to valorization, namely the Pulsalys technology transfer hub and the FPUL foundation; Claude Bernard Lyon 1 University ranks first nationally for revenues from industrial contracts.

With its 26 private-public research laboratories and further collaborations with major companies (Sanofi, bioMérieux, Boehringer-Ingelheim, ELKEM Silicones, Michelin, MGEN, Caisse d'Épargne, MAIF, AXA, Crédit Mutuel, SNCF, Kéolis, Transdev, etc.), the consortium is a major player in the Lyon area, which is one of the richest R&D ecosystems in France and one of the most visible on the world stage.

Its members interact with 14 of the 48 national competitiveness clusters, including 8 based locally. The site also boasts a wide variety of partnerships with local authorities (the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region, the Lyon Metropolis, the City of Lyon and the City of Villeurbanne), cultural institutions (museums, theaters, cinemas, etc.) and non-profit organizations working across a range of different fields.

An exceptional network of international exchanges and cooperation brings together some fifteen universities spread over five strategic targets (Europe, Canada, Brazil, Japan and China). The site is actively involved in two European universities. It promotes student mobility, double degree programs (140), joint doctorates (280) and international laboratories (10). The more than 20,000 foreign students enrolled in its teaching programs are a testament to the international attractiveness of the Lyon site.

Participation in the LYNX project has grown very rapidly, with many partners offering their support.

Local authorities:
Letter of support from the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region
Letter of support from the Lyon Metropolis
Letter of support from the City of Lyon
Letter of support from the City of Villeurbanne

Competitiveness hubs and clusters:
Letter of support from ALTHEORA
Letter of support from AXELERA
Letter of support from CIMES
Letter of support from Cluster Lumière
Letter of support from INDURA
Letter of support from INGERA2
Letter of support from Lyonbiopôle
Letter of support from NUCLEAR Valley
Letter of support from POLYMERIS
Letter of support from Techtera
Letter of support from SKF

Research organizations:
Letter of support from INRAE
Letter of support from Inria
Letter of support from INSERM

Socio-economic partners:
Letter of support co-signed by Medef, CPME, CCI Lyon and CCIR
Letter of support from Handicap international

Businesses:
Letter of support from BioMérieux
Letter of support from SANOFI
Letter of support from AESIO
Letter of support from Atmo
Letter of support from BALAS TEXTILE
Letter of support from BOIRON
Letter of support from Boehringer Ingelheim
Letter of support from CRISTAL GROUPE INTERNATIONAL
Letter of support from EDF
Letter of support from ELKEM
Letter of support from Evolem
Letter of support from Leygatech
Letter of support from ORANO
Letter of support from Polyvia
Letter of support from SAINT-GOBAIN
Letter of support from SFEN R.A.L.
Letter of support from SPIE
Letter of support from STELLANTIS
Letter of support from UNITEX


 

logo handicap international
logo handicap international
logo atmo
logo atmo
logo edf
logo edf
logo stellantis
logo stellantis
logo spie
logo spie
logo saint gobain
logo saint gobain
region rhone alpes
region rhone alpes
grand lyon
grand lyon
ville de lyon
ville de lyon
villeurbanne
villeurbanne