Sanofi companies in Canada include Sanofi Canada (pharmaceuticals), Sanofi Pasteur (vaccines), Sanofi Consumer Health (health and beauty), Genzyme (rare diseases) and Merial (animal health).Together they employ more than 1,700 Canadians and, in 2012, invested 2 million in R&D in Canada, creating jobs, business and opportunity throughout the country.
Sanofi is listed in Paris (EURONEXT: SAN) and in New York (NYSE: SNY).
About the Sanofi Bio GENEius Challenge Canada (SBCC) Celebrating its 20 anniversary in 2013, the Sanofi Bio GENEius Challenge Canada (SBCC) is a national, biotechnology-focused science competition that exposes high school and CEGEP students to career possibilities and reveals the breadth of endeavour that makes up the bio-economy.
The SBCC helps build Canada's biotechnology capacity by offering the next generation of scientists the opportunity to gain hands-on experience of what it takes to succeed in the bio-economy.
*Cosmeceutical is a marketing term referring to cosmetic products that are known to health care practitioners. Image with caption: "Photo from inauguration of new Sanofi Canada corporate headquarters, from left to right, Nicolas Marceau, Quebec Minister of Finance and the Economy, Jon Fairest, President and CEO, Sanofi Canada, His Excellency Philippe Zeller Ambassador of France to Canada, Franca Mancino, Vice-President, Medical and Regulatory Affairs, Sanofi Canada and Alexandre Duplessis, Mayor of Laval. Image available at: SANOFI CANADA For further information: Joanne Kennedy Sanofi Canada TEL.: 514 956-4188 CELL.: 514 235-4380 Joanne.
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Our new site is a reflection of that spirit and the culture we strive to create as healthcare company." Supporting the future of science Underscoring Sanofi's commitment to the future of science and its ties to the Laval community, the company invited school children from the local École Curé-Antoine-Labelle and Laval Liberty High School to meet Eunice Linh You and David Drouin, two of this year's provincial winners of the Sanofi Bio GENEius Challenge Canada - a national, biotechnology-focused science competition for high school and CEGEP students.
The aspiring young scientists hosted an "Ask a GENEius" session, answering questions from the audience about their scientific aspirations and winning projects.
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