Inbiotec: Instituto de biotecnología de León

Inbiotec: Instituto de biotecnología de León
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Inbiotec

We are a Technology Centre
with more than 20 years
working on the development of
biotechnological solutions
aimed at boosting competitiveness
in different industrial sectors.


INBIOTEC,
León (Spain)

Our origins are related to the proximity of a dynamic biopharmaceutical hub and an academic nucleus which has provided acknowledged professionals in biotechnology and related sciences. INBIOTEC has witnessed how its capabilities and activity range have increased over the years to bring about solutions that meet the needs of industry in order to successfully tackle the latest demanding challenges in productivity,
differentiation
and sustainability.

Today, INBIOTEC gathers broad experience and technological specialization
in order to enable the development of bio-based solutions.

Latest news

  • 06 Apr 2016 | 0:00 h
    On April 5th, INBIOTEC attended the follow up meeting of the European project SCILS (http://www.era-ib.net/scils), held in Berlin. The session was integrated as a satellite meeting of the 4th International BioProScale Symposium and Exhibition (http:/
  • 05 Mar 2016 | 0:00 h
    One more year, INBIOTEC, as associate member, attended the partnering event organized by the Bio-based Industries Consortium, the private side in the European Public-Private Partnership on Bio-based Industries (BBI) between the European Commission an
  • 20 Feb 2016 | 0:00 h
    The second week of February Hyderabad and Bangalore were visited by INBIOTEC as member of the mission that CDTI (Spain) and DBT (India) organized in order to foster technological cooperation between both countries. Together with a group of Spanish co
  • 18 Feb 2016 | 0:00 h
    Past February 17, the results of the European project MySterI (Mycobacterial Steroids for Industry) were presented for the final-term defence by its project coordinator, the researcher from the INBIOTEC team, Dr. Carlos Barreiro. It was the project