Life science

Ambitious and powerful achievements


We offer equipment development services in diagnostics, sample preparation, microbiology, molecular biology, cell biology and immunoanalysis. Our teams of engineers and biologists design and implement systems for the pharmaceutical industry (laboratories, biotechs and medtechs), as well as public and private research institutes (major contractors or start-ups).

Experts in the automation of industrial processes and the assembly of complex solutions, our teams of engineers accelerate innovation to serve their customers through the cross-fertilization of their knowledge. This “project” approach, which combines innovation and competitiveness, enables us to offer unique solutions to meet all complex scientific needs in short timeframes.


  • Outsourcing from development to industrialization

For many years, we have developed a global competence to support contractors and industrialists in the development and industrialization of their equipment (mechanical, electronic, ergonomic) or their consumables (in a technology vs rationalized cost ratio), from their concept to their industrialization and commercialization in small and medium series.

  • Innovative technologies at the service of life sciences

We have worked for many years on supporting the research and development of innovative technologies in the field of life sciences, as is the case today for the DigiDiag project.

For the past 10 years, polymerase chain reaction (PCR) technology has revolutionized molecular biology. The digital droplet PCR consists of splitting a sample into several hundreds of thousands of droplets of a volume of a few picoliters in order to perform an independent PCR reaction in each of them. In comparison with the baseline quantitative PCR technique, digital PCR increases sensitivity and is used in the detection of rare events.

Since 2012, we have started the development of a system for the biological analysis of pico-droplets generated at high rates in a microfluidic chip, along with the Laboratory of Biochemistry of the ESPCI for the Digidiag project. We can then use the InCellis® fluorescence digital microscope for 2D reading at several wavelengths. The applications targeted are in biotechnology for health and the environment.

Credits: Patented digital fluorescence microscope: InCellis®

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