Alvéole (Paris, France) 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.
1 Vincent 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).