The IBBTEC is a
strategic project for the development of biomedical science in
Cantabria. It was created in April 2007 as a joint Center between CSIC (spanish National Research Council), University of Cantabria and Government of Cantabria. The main
mission of this Institute is to carry out a high level research as well
as the transfer of technology in order to potentiate the productive sectors
related to health and biotechnology.
The origin of IBBTEC is the
existence of several very active groups working in biotechnology and
biomedical research and two "Unidades Asociadas" with CSIC Institutes
established in the University of Cantabria, all working in the Medical
School of the University of Cantabria . The IBBTEC building has 6000 m2
and was occupied in the summer 2013. There are now near 90
investigators, technical and administrative personnel working in the
IBBTEC. There are 13 research groups lead by investigators from CSIC and
from the University.
Comunicación y Divulgación científica
Instituto de Biomedicina y Biotecnologia de Cantabria.
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