6 world leaders

 
10 300

jobs

200

public research teams

+ 160

companies in medical technologies

3 Nobel Prizes in Physics (1961, 1970, 1985): Rudolf Mössbauer, Louis Néel, Klaus Von Klitzing

2 Nobel Prizes in Chemistry (2009, 2012): Ada Yonath, Venkatraman Ramakrishnan, Brain Kobilka

1 Wolf Prize in Physics (1985): Philippe Nozières

1 Turing Award (2007): Joseph Sifakis

1 Blue Planet Prize (2008): Claude Lorius

CNRS innovation Award (2013): Dr. Philippe Cinquin

1 Draper Prize (2014): Rachid Yazami

1 Lasker Prize (2014) et 1 Breakthrough Prize (2015): Pr Alim-Louis Benabid

9 000

students

33

biotech start-ups created in the past 10 years

14

research centers

#2

research cluster in France

The only French region with 4 University Hospitals

220

labs

165

start-ups created over the past 10 years

1 100

clinical trials per year

4.1

billion euros in turnover

GRENOBLE, THE 5TH MOST INVENTIVE CITY IN THE WORLD (FORBES, 2013)