Le centre de co-conception COdeMAKER, porté par la Fondation partenariale de l’université de Limoges, la Région Limousin, et Limoges Métropole, constitue une passerelle privilégiée entre le monde de l’enseignement et le monde économique. Situé à la technopole Ester de Limoges, COdeMAKER cherche à développer la mise en relation des étudiants avec des entreprises, les savoir-faire et savoir-être des étudiants et la coopération transdisciplinaire, tout cela au service des projets et de l’innovation.
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