Alvéole was founded in 2010 by three researchers from CNRS1-2-3 in collaboration with Quattrocento, a “creator of young innovative companies” in the life sciences field that allows academic researchers to transform their inventions into commercial products.
Vincent Studer (a specialist in bio-engineering), Maxime Dahan (a specialist in cell imaging), and Jean-Christophe Galas (a specialist in nanostructures) have collaborated since 2008 to develop tools for research in cell biology. In 2010, Quattrocento founded Alvéole, with their collaboration.
1Vincent Studer, the Neurosciences Interdisciplinary Institute (CNRS, University of Bordeaux).
2 Maxime Dahan, the Curie Physics and Chemistry Unit, (CNRS, Curie Institute, Pierre and Marie Curie University).
3Jean-Christophe Galas, the Jean Perrin Laboratory, (CNRS, Pierre and Marie Curie University).