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Tuesday 22 March 2022


St Patrick's Day in Lyons kicked off with a celebration of French-Irish partnerships hosted by Irish Ambassador to France and Monaco, Niall Burgess. Organised by Enterprise Ireland, the 'Connect with Irish Innovation' event was attended by International business Developer at BioAtlantis, Pierre Prouteau. BioAtlantis is delivering sustainable technologies which enhance crop tolerance to abiotic stress in France caused by severe weather events like extreme cold, heat, drought, over-salinity and waterlogging.
Pierre Prouteau, (centre), International business Developer at BioAtlantis with Irish Ambassador to France and Monaco, Niall Burgess at the Enterprise Ireland, 'Connect with Irish Innovation' event in the Grand Hôtel-Dieu, Lyons on St Patrick's Day.

St Patrick's Day in Lyons kicked off with a celebration of French-Irish partnerships hosted by Irish Ambassador to France and Monaco, Niall Burgess.

Organised by Enterprise Ireland, the 'Connect with Irish Innovation' event was attended by International business Developer at BioAtlantis, Pierre Prouteau.

BioAtlantis is delivering sustainable technologies which enhance crop tolerance to abiotic stress in France caused by severe weather events like extreme cold, heat, drought, over-salinity and waterlogging.


St Patrick's Day in Lyons kicked off with a celebration of French-Irish partnerships hosted by Irish Ambassador to France and Monaco, Niall Burgess. Organised by Enterprise Ireland, the 'Connect with Irish Innovation' event was attended by International business Developer at BioAtlantis, Pierre Prouteau. BioAtlantis is delivering sustainable technologies which enhance crop tolerance to abiotic stress in France caused by severe weather events like extreme cold, heat, drought, over-salinity and waterlogging.
Pierre Prouteau, International Busines Developer at BioAtlantis addressing the 'Connect with Irish Innovation' event in Lyons, France on St Patrick's Day