Tech transfer: Magellan stays the course
Categorie(s) : Innovation & Society, Life @ MINATEC, News
Published : 3 October 2021
The Magellan startup program kicked off with a call for projects in June. More than 100 submissions, covering everything from digital technology and energy to healthcare were received. A total of 29 potential founders received or are still receiving support services that include training, consulting, and help finding financing. Fifteen of the beneficiaries are from the CEA Grenoble campus.
The CEA created Magellan in 2020 to support startup creation nationwide. All CEA employees, without exception, are eligible to apply. Potential founders from outside the CEA are also invited to apply, especially experienced founders with a desire to bring a CEA technology to the market. The target: 150 startups by 2030.