Fusion Innovation

Aligning humanity
science, and technology
to improve lives

Fusion
innovation

Fusion innovation is how we align humanity, science, and technological innovation to improve patients’ lives.

Our unique approach allows us to identify the points of convergence between validated mechanisms of action and technology, to generate new patient-centric treatment possibilities.

We follow a structured process to come up with new ways to treat disease. It starts by listening to the patients. Then we cast our nets wide, gathering solutions from different fields and combining them in innovative and effective ways. Our diverse expertise allows us to converge medical needs and molecular science with our team’s technological ingenuity, until we find what works.

ListenListen

We listen closely to patients and physicians. We connect with their needs and their pain points.

“Listen to your patient, he is telling you the diagnosis.”
— Sir William Osler, prominent Canadian physician

ResearchResearch

Our team then imagines possibilities. We comb the vast world of molecular structures, mechanisms of action and use cases, using our cross-disciplinary perspective and technologies to home in on how different elements could fuse together to address patient needs.

“Research is to see what everybody else has seen, and to think what nobody else has thought.”
— Albert Szent-Györgyi, Nobel prize winner

The sparkThe spark

The moment when the different pieces of the puzzle come together and an initial Product Concept emerges.

“Eureka isn’t about finding pieces of a puzzle. It’s about creating and putting those exceptional pieces together.”
— Adapted from the web by Elijahu Berkovich, Head of Emerging Science & Innovation, Clexio

TestTest

We start by testing the key hypothesis in the lab.

“The only relevant test of the validity of a hypothesis is comparison of prediction with experience"
— Milton Friedman, American economist

ValidateValidate

Once we have a confirmation from the Test stage, we rigorously assess the development pathway and streamline the project into Proof of Concept.

“The logic of validation allows us to move between the two limits of dogmatism and skepticism.”
— Jean Paul Gustave Ricœur, French philosopher

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