CVT VALORISATION SUD

CVT Valorisation Sud

 

CVT Valorisation Sud ensures the transfer of inventions, technologies and know-how from French academic research, in the direction of socio-economic actors and markets in Southern countries.

Our ambition reflects our mission and contributes to a policy of long-term cooperation: that of the socio-economic development of countries that are currently poor or emerging, to the benefit of their populations, to improve their living conditions, environments or infrastructure.

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Technologies

Founding members

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The founding members of the CVT Valorisation Sud are the Centre for International Centre for Cooperation in Agronomic Research for Development (CIRAD), the Institut Pasteur, the Research for Development Institute (IRD) and the universities of tropical French overseas territories (West Indies, Guyana, Island Reunion, New Caledonia and French Polynesia).

The installations or representations of these establishments abroad and overseas offer as many support centres as possible for the action of the CVT Valorisation Sud.

The Conference of University Presidents (CPU) joined the consortium in 2014, as an associate member.

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The Institut de recherche pour le développement (IRD), an internationally recognised multidisciplinary organisation working primarily in partnership with Mediterranean and intertropical countries, is a French public research establishment under the joint authority of the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research and Innovation and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Via its network and presence in fifty or so countries, it takes an original approach to research, expertise, training and knowledge-sharing, to the benefit of countries and regions that make science and innovation key drivers in their development.

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The CIRAD (International Centre for Cooperation in Agronomic Research for Development) is the French organisation of agronomic research and international cooperation for the sustainable development of tropical regions and the Mediterranean.

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Created in 1887, the Institut Pasteur is an international research and teaching institute, based in France, at the centre of the future progress of science, medicine and public health. A non-profit foundation recognised as a public utility, the Institut Pasteur accomplishes four major general interest missions: research, education, the health of populations and individuals, the development of innovation and the transfer of technology.

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The Conference of University Presidents (CPU) is a Law association from 1901 which brings together the executive leaders of higher education and research universities and institutions in order to bring the voice and values of universities into the public debate.

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The University of the West Indies is the result of the transformation of the University of the West Indies and Guyana (created in 1982) by the Act of 25 June 2015. Established in two distinct territories: Guadeloupe, which is a region-department, and Martinique which is a territorial community, it employs 484 teacher-researchers and has more than 12,000 students.

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Formerly the University Pole of Guyana, the University of Guyana has been fully functioning since 1 January 2015. Rooted in its territory, the UG places the emphasis on research and innovation around 4 key areas.

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The University of New Caledonia (UNC) is a multidisciplinary University present in New Caledonia since its creation in 1987 under the name the French University of the Pacific, in reference to the single entity then constituted with French Polynesia. In 1999, it became autonomous in respect of French Polynesia and became the University of New Caledonia.

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The University of French Polynesia (UPF) has been an autonomous university since 1999, located in Tahiti, the political and administrative centre and economic area of French Polynesia.

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The University of La Réunion is located in the heart of the Indian Ocean, in one of the ultra-peripheral regions of Europe. Because of its original geostrategic position, it is the only European University in this region of the world.

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