Business news

  • NanoGUNE's start-up company Evolgene will participate in the next Crecer+ investment forum, organized by Orkestra - Basque Institute of Competitiveness (Deusto University), together with the Basque Health Cluster and Biocrew

  • nanoGUNE is proud to be part of one of the region’s most important and active clusters: the Basque Health Cluster.

  • The new headquarters of the first start-up company founded by nanoGUNE in April 2010 in a joint venture with a group of private investors, has been inaugurated by the Lehendakari Iñigo Urkullu. The new facilities of the company occupy an area of ​​600 square meters and are located in the Scientific and Technological Park of Gipuzkoa.

  • Ikerbasque Professor Luis Hueso, accompanied by the Director General of nanoGUNE, José M. Pitarke, has collected the distinction Maria de Maeztu for research excellence on behalf of the Basque research center in nanoscience. This distinction will bring nanoGUNE a financial envelope of 500,000 euros per year for four years.

  • CIC nanoGUNE’s Nanodevices Group receives a grant of 150,000 euros from the European Commission through the ERC Proof of Concept program, which aims to put into practice the innovative potential of the ideas generated in cutting-edge research projects funded by the European Research Council (ERC). The FAST TestOM project of the Nanodevices Group of nanoGUNE is one of the 133 European projects to receive backing from the European Research Council.

  • The Nanotransfer consortium identifies nanoscience as an essential strategy for the productive transformation of the Basque Country. Researchers and experts at Orkestra-Basque Institute of Competitiveness, Tecnalia, CIC Nanogune, NanoBasque-Spri, and the Universities of Deusto and of the Basque Country, have collaborated in a project analysing the development and implantation of nanoscience, micro- and nanotechnology in the Basque Country. This project, known as Nanotransfer, identifies commitment to nanoscience as an essential strategy in the production transformation process in the Basque Country and emphasises the need to speed up the incorporation of nanotechnologies into manufacturing processes and into products marketed.

  • In Donostia-San Sebastian today, José María Arias-Mosquera, Chairman of the Barrié Foundation, and Jose Maria Pitarke, CEO of CIC nanoGUNE, signed an agreement which will allow nanoGUNE to implement the methodology that the Barrié Foundation has developed through its Science Fund for the transfer of scientific and technological results to the market.

  • Prospero Biosciences will be developing an innovative technology capable of opening up a new field of applications within the mass spectrometry industry. It will enable significant advances to be made in research into biological markers, among other things.

  • The 5th edition of Nanomercosur is taking place from 6 to 8 October in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and nanoGUNE and its spin-off companies will be represented in the Brokerage event and the nanoBasque space of the exhibition area. 

Agenda