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The Air Liquide Foundation supports scientific partners in the EU who pursue basic respiratory research in two areas: chronic or rare respiratory diseases and the air’s composition, through atmospheric chemistry.

The Air Liquide Foundation supports scientific partners in the EU who pursue basic respiratory research in two areas:


- chronic or rare respiratory diseases
- and the air’s composition, through atmospheric chemistry

Fundamental research needs our support.
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A prerequisite to breakthrough innovation, basic research needs support.
The Air Liquide Foundation draw on Air Liquide’s scientific expertise in the medical & environmental fields.
We fund 3-5 year research projects in the European Economic Area.

We have also supported educational projects to share the benefits of science with a larger audience.

Testimonial

“Developing an air quality indicator that is truly representative of the impact on human health means better protection for vulnerable populations and better breathing for all.”

Bruno Leprince-Ringuet, General Manager of the Air Liquide Foundation

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Gaelle Uzu’s work is truly innovative and we are proud to be able to help her in the long run. Our ambition is to shed new light on a complex subject in order to advance science. Developing an air quality indicator that is truly representative of the impact on human health means better protection for vulnerable populations and better breathing for all.

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Testimonial

“Discussing with experts from the business world, who also come from civil society, is a valuable contribution to our reflection.”

Gaëlle Uzu, IRD Research associate at the Institut des Géosciences de l'Environnement (Institute of Environmental Geosciences) at Grenoble Alpes University

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The support of the Air Liquide Foundation are additional means on a risk-taking issue. We exchange a lot with the Air Liquide sponsors of the project and we share the same desire to serve the general interest. Discussing with experts from the business world, who also come from civil society, is a valuable contribution to our reflection.

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DISCOVER THE RESEARCH PROJETS SUPPORTED THE AIR LIQUIDE FOUNDATION

 

1. British medical journal The Lancet 2017, 2. French national public health agency 2016, 3.World Health Organization, 4.Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, 5.World Health Organization

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