Results about: tech transfer

Six top Catalan research centres constitute ‘The Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology’ to pursue a joint scientific endeavour

CRG, ICIQ, ICN2,ICFO, IFAE and IRB Barcelona come together in this new institution.

The Barcelona Institute emerges as one of the leading scientific institutes in Europe, ranking fourth in the number of ERC grants awarded per volume of researchers.

Its Board of Trustees is formed by non-profits and renowned international scientists including Profs. Rolf Tarrach (Chair), Joan Massagué, and Ignacio Cirac, among others.

The Barcelona Institute will promote joint research strategies, transfer of technology, and graduate programs.

"Career progression in science": the talent circuit in life sciences

Over 60 attendees participated today at the 6th edition of the «Career progression in science – Options beyond the bench», held at the auditorium of the Parc Científic de Barcelona (PCB).

IRB Barcelona to participate in Bio Philadelphia 2015

The Catalan delegation headed by Biocat includes thirty-seven companies and 7 research organizations.

European project to develop an innovative therapeutic strategy against epilepsy

The European project «ECMED» (acronym of Extracellular Matrix in Epileptogenesis) is aimed to design, validate and bring into practice new innovative therapeutic strategies to further the development of a treatment and a diagnostic approach for the management of epilepsy.

The project, which has a duration of three years and a budget of € 3.5 million, is co-funded by the European Union within the Horizon 2020 research and innovation framework program through a Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant.

Biotech Iproteos, –an spin-off the IRB Barcelona and the University of Barcelona, based at Parc Científic de Barcelona– is the only Spanish partner of the consortium.

IRB Barcelona takes part in the co-session "Science is Business", a meeting space to explore new co-innovation pathways

Today the Barcelona Science Park (PCB) hosts the co-session 'Science is Business', organised by Co-societyInfonomia´s innovation platform– in collaboration with the Institute for Biomedical Research (IRB Barcelona) and PCB. The aim of the conference is to present examples of 'quick' conversion of science into business and open a space for dialogue and exchange of experiences among researchers, business people and entrepreneurs to find new ways to connect science and business, and overcome the shortcomings of typical knowledge transfer mechanisms. 

PCB hosts the co-session 'Science is Business, a meeting space to explore new co-innovation pathways