The Executive Committee of CTA (Corporación Tecnológica de Andalucía), held today in person and online, has approved the financing of 3 new R&D projects that will mobilize private investment of more than 630,000 euros.
Approved new projects will receive more than €290,000 in CTA incentives . The projects will help transfer scientific knowledge to new solutions that will reach the market, since they subcontract to 4 different research groups from the universities of Cádiz, Huelva and Seville.
They will be carried out in the provinces of Huelva and Seville and belong to the Aerospace and Productive Processes, Biotechnology and Energy and Environment sectors.
New approved projects
AREC : Development of recombinant antibodies for application in the diagnosis, monitoring and therapy of celiac disease. BIOMEDAL, SL
ELECTROLYSIS 4.0 II : Optimization of design, development and validation in a simulated and real environment of a small-scale prototype of the Remote Control System for electrolytic cells using wireless technology. ATLANTIC COPPER, SLU
MODULAR-CEN : Feasibility Study for the Development of a MODULAR Storage Solution. CEN SOLUTIONS (NAZARENOS ELECTRICAL PANELS SL)
CTA is a private foundation with more than 170 member companies and more than 16 years of experience, originally promoted by the Junta de Andalucía, with private management and dedicated to promoting regional R&D&i and technology transfer.
CTA helps companies to plan an innovation strategy , from the identification of their R+D+i needs to the formulation of projects to solve them or the search for partners and the necessary financing to carry them out. In addition, it has deployed a series of services to help companies, universities, technology centers, Administration and other entities to transform the results achieved into wealth and business.
It also has a growing international activity as a reference partner in collaborative innovation projects. It has already participated in more than 35 international projects, both financed by the EU and by multilateral organizations, and has collaborated with more than 250 entities from 35 countries.