Modèle d'activité dans l'instrumentation en biotechnologies : construire l'offre ou répondre à la demande

Abstract : Scientists collaborate to acquire new competencies and to access to scientific equipment that they require to perform research. Since the development of genomics and tools for "mass gene and protein exploration", instrumentation has become more and more resource-consuming, making sharing research facilities a growing issue. Based on six case studies of the organisation of research facilities in life science, the paper analyses the activity models of research facilities and instrumentations. Focusing on the organisation of large-scale research facilities in life science, it analyses how actors define and shape the access of instrumentation and the supply of services for academics and private scientists. It balances two managerial organisations, the public sector which offers access to equipments to other scientists and the private one which supplies services. The dynamics of each model is discussed as well as the conditions of sustainability according to the different business models.
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Corine Genet, Vincent Mangematin, Franck Aggeri, Caroline Lanciano-Morandat. Modèle d'activité dans l'instrumentation en biotechnologies : construire l'offre ou répondre à la demande. Revue d'économie industrielle , Éd. techniques et économiques ; De Boeck Université, 2007, pp.41-60. ⟨halshs-00436954⟩

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