Agoranov is a public science & tech incubator.
Agoranov is focused on technology and science but remains open in all fields with very strong expertise on life science, engineering, energy and digital. The incubator provides individual coaching, acceleration program, all-inclusive accommodation in Paris, access to a large network and ecosystem expertise and a label based on 17 years of expertise.
So far, the projects incubated by Agoranov led to the creation of more than 330 companies (eg. Criteo, Doctolib, Aldebaran Robotics, Cardiologs, Gensight, Pixium Vision, etc.), about 7000 jobs and more than 700 million euros of private funds have been raised.
Agoranov has become an essential catalyst of the development of innovative start-ups in Paris and so contributes to revitalize the local economic fabric.
Agoranov was founded in 2000 under the patronage of 4 prestigious academic entities, all very much involved in research and innovation: Sorbonne Université, Paris DAUPHINE University, École Normale Supérieure (ENS), PARIS TECH, joined in 2010 by INRIA.
Agoranov receives the support of the French Ministry of Research, the city of Paris, the Region Ile-de-France and the European Social Fund.
Environmental impact simulation and forecast service
Local treatment for organic waste
A plug & play SaaS application that enables companies to remotely and quickly detect and verify Energy Conservation Measures in buildings.
A highly digestible natural source of premium protein, with more than 70% protein concentrate and less than 2% ash.
Builddie Energy Management System
An AI and Sensor-based technology to communicate and manage building systems
Low Energy Data Storage System
Swiss Vault designs and builds data storage systems that reduce energy consumption and space utilization and decrease the carbon footprint for data.
Absolicon T160 Production Line
Robotic mass-production of solar concentrator solutions
Go green and boost profits with the World lightest aircraft seat by reducing fuel consumption, using green technology and improving aircraft payload.