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Robot World, the world robotics fair, took place in Seoul (South Korea) from 25 to 28 October 2012. The Lyon delegation ran the French Pavilion, under the ONLYLYON banner.
The 28th ECTRIMS conference, one of the largest neurology conferences in Europe, was held from the 10 to 13 October 2012 in Lyon (France): another look at the event.
IDEEL, the Lyon Institute of non-carbon energy and eco-technologies, was launched on 5 October 2012; its objective: to invent the factory of the future.
Rhodia: launch of a re-cycling project for rare earth elements on the Saint-Fons site in September 2012
Rhodia, one of the members of the Axelera chemistry-environment centre of excellence, has chosen the Saint-Fons site to collect rare earth elements from energy efficient light bulbs for re-cycling.
Lyon will be home to ECTRIMS and its 7,000 delegates, the largest conference Lyon has ever welcomed and the city is deploying a unique hosting team.
Entreprise magazine has designated Lyon as the first French city, with over 500,000 inhabitants, where it is good to innovate (2012 classification - Coface Service).
Axel'One: a grant from Greater Lyon for the construction of the PMI collaborative innovation platform
On 10 September 2012, Greater Lyon offered Novaone Immo a grant to build the Axel'One PMI (innovative materials platform) innovation platform.
Lyon Part-Dieu South is developing fast: state of advancement of building sites in September 2012.
MIPIM 2012: "Lyon, more than ever a blue-chip investment", another look at the business real estate show
MIPIM 2012 was held at Cannes from March 6 to 9, 2012. For this edition, over 19,000 people visited the stands of the business real estate show. Once again this year, Lyon stood out for its strong presence.
Lyon Carré de Soie: signature of a lease between Alstom Transport and DCB International in May 2012 for the construction and leasing of a new site at Villeurbanne
On 22nd May 2012, Alstom Transport and DCB International signed a long-term lease related to the construction and leasing of a new 36,600-square-meter site at Villeurbanne (Lyon Carré de Soie).