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A place to innovate

PARK INNOVAARE is an innovation center situated next to the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) and its state-of-the-art accelerator-based large research facilities. The companies based here profit from extensive opportunities for collaboration with leading experts from industry and academia, modern office and lab infrastructure, and a focused support program for business development and R&D project realization.

Innovation center for accelerator technology

Driven by the Paul Scherrer Institute’s expertise in accelerator technology, innovations in the fields of advanced materials and processes, humans and health, and energy are being transformed into marketable products and solutions.

State-of-the-art campus for innovative R&D

To help bring inventions from the lab to the market and specifically support spin-offs, start-ups, SMEs, and big companies seeking to collaborate with the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI), PARK INNOVAARE is building a state-of-the-art campus with office and lab space optimized for specific R&D needs.

Become a part of the network

Not only is PARK INNOVAARE an integral part of the innovation ecosystem of the canton of Aargau – it is also one of the founding sites of the national initiative Switzerland Innovation Park. It is thus part of the national innovation network uniting leading universities, R&D centers, and industry players from all over the country.

BIC OF CERN TECHNOLOGIES INITIATIVE

To bridge the gap between basic science and industry, PARK INNOVAARE together with CERN, the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI), and FHNW, launched a new business incubation program, BIC of CERN Technologies. It supports start-ups in implementing innovative technologies from big science and in transforming them from technical concepts into ground-breaking products or services.

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Who we are

 

Situated in close proximity to the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) and its state-of-the-art large research facilities, PARK INNOVAARE is an ideal place for technology-driven companies to achieve their next breakthrough. We create the best possible conditions for industrial R&D by offering easy access to knowledge and expertise, research infrastructure, and funding opportunities.

 

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Innovations Areas

Research expertise you will find at PARK INNOVAARE

Accelerator Technologies

Accelerator technologies are the precursors for applications such as high-precision manufacturing, mechatronics and robotics, micro- and nanomanufacturing, magnet technologies, rapid electronics, detectors, radiation resistance of electronics, ultra-high vacuum technology, and others.

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Advanced materials and processes

The large research facilities at the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) make it possible to determine micro- and nanostructures down to the molecular and atomic scale and their functionalities, i.e. their dynamics and physical, chemical, and biological properties and processes.

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Humans and health

Research conducted at the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) and the methods developed here are helping advance drug discovery, cancer therapy, radio pharmacy, and medical imaging. PSI also hosts Switzerland’s only proton therapy treatment center.

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Energy and environment

Energy storage, fuel cells, electrolysis, biomass, flexible energy supply, and others: the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) focuses on the development of technologies and processes for utilizing renewable energy sources, the low-emission conversion of energy, and the safe and reliable provision of electric power.

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Support Portfolio

Targeted and continuous support for your Business Development

NETWORK

We connect you with a network of highly-specialized experts to accelerate your business development.

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BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

We support you with funding, marketing, entrepreneurship, and technology consulting.

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R&D INFRASTRUCTURE

We provide you with modern working space and infrastructure perfect for your R&D and industrialization projects.

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TECHNOLOGICAL KNOW-HOW

We help you build a strong collaboration with the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI), FHNW, and others.

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