A few kilometers from Amboise and Clos Lucé (the home of Leonardo da Vinci) in Touraine, the entrepreneur Xavier Aubry has imagined a place from which he intends to promote a second European “Scientific Renaissance”. This 4,000 square meter building, which should come out of the ground in the summer of 2024, only exists today on plans. But it already has a name: Da Vinci Labs. And it was unveiled at the end of November in the presence of the Nobel Prize in Physics, Alain Aspect. Along with cell biology and artificial intelligence, quantum is indeed one of the three critical areas of expertise housed in this space intended for research, prototyping and business incubation.
“We want to use these technologies to face the major challenges threatening the planet: global warming, the collapse of biodiversity, pollution…”, explains Xavier Aubry. A veterinarian by training, with a background in industry, this entrepreneur based near Zurich set up Zaz Venture, a company that has become a leader in European financing advice – a fifth of the projects selected by the European Council for Innovation have benefited from his offices . It finances the entire project of 15 million euros.
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Da Vinci Labs: AI, quantum and biology to save the planet
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