The University campus of Zamora hosted the presentation of a program to promote entrepreneurship, with several objectives.
The Science Park of Salamanca houses 62 companies that employ 830 people, 40% of which belong to the ICT sector.
Researchers from the Higher Polytechnic Schools of Avila and Zamora and the Cancer Research Centre have been recognized by the awards given by the newspaper El Mundo de Castilla y León.
This call involving the University of Salamanca, the government of Castile & Leon and Telefónica will serve for the selection of 10 technological innovation projects.
The 55 companies installed in the Campus of Villamayor employ 800 people, to a tune of 25 million euros annual in salaries.
The restructuring of 25 million Euros was made possible thanks to the capital transfers made by the academic institution.
The University of Salamanca approved in its Governing Council on April 28, 2016 the Regulations for the Promotion of the Creation of Spin-Off Companies in order to encourage those innovative and entrepreneurial initiatives that have emerged from the university community itself, making available to Entrepreneurs the resources and advice necessary for the creation of a new company.
Addressed to USAL students, professors and researchers.
USAL’s Spanish-Portuguese Centre for Agricultural Research (CIALE) hosted the workshop ‘University-Business Collaboration in the Agri-food Sector’.
The Science Park is considered the main driver of the University for the transfer of knowledge.
The Science Park of the University of Salamanca has hosted the presentation of INDRAVENTURES, as a model of open innovation from INDRA.
On Wednesday, 22 March, at 11 am, USAL, together with INDRA, is holding a Presentation Workshop for INDRAVENTURES in the Science Park of the University of Salamanca.
The aim is to foster the professional integration and employability of our students and graduates through the dissemination and management of active job offers and the programming of different activities in regard to employability.
The General Foundation of the University of Salamanca and USAL Emprende (SIPPE), as part of activities of the TCUE (University-Business Knowledge Transfer) Plan for 2015-2017, Phase 2 (framed within the University-Business Knowledge Transfer Plan for 2015-2017 of Castile & Leon’s Regional Ministry of Education) have organized a workshop to teach entrepreneurs, business professionals, and students with an enterprising spirit to design an elevator pitch.
The Vice-Chancellor for Research and Knowledge Transfer and General Director of the Science Park of the University of Salamanca, Juan Manuel Corchado, and the promotors of Educatibot, Guillermo Lobato, Sergio Márquez and María Ruano, have entered into an agreement of incorporation to the Science Park in the Villamayor Campus, where they will carry out the design, production and sales processes of robots and learning kits.