Seminar on CDTI Instruments to fund R&D&i projects and startups Blog Post

On July 25 the Barcelona Science Park – in collaboration with the Centre for the Development of Industrial Technology (CDTI), Biocat and the Bosch i Gimpera Foundation (FBG)- organizes a seminar to introduce the different instruments that the CDTI has to fund R&D&i projects and to present the initiatives of its programs for this 2017 in the healthcare sector.


The 16th edition of the ‘Spend the summer at the Park!’ program has started Blog Post

The welcome ceremony to participants of the Spend the summer at the Park! program as held today, Monday, July 10. The aim of this initiative –organised annually by the Barcelona Science Park (PCB)– is to bring research closer to students of any university in the world through their participation in projects currently being carried out in research groups, research centres and companies based at the PCB.


The Drosophila fly brings to light the role of morphogens in limb growth Blog Post

Researchers working in the Development and Growth Control Lab at IRB Barcelona located at the Barcelona Science Park reveal that the Dpp gene (BMP in humans) plays a double role in the structural organisation and growth of the wings of the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster. Published in the journal eLife, this study paves the way to studying vertebrate development and congenital defects in humans.


The Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia joins BIST Foundation Blog Post

The Board of the Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology (BIST) has approved the incorporation of the Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia (IBEC) –based at the Barcelona Science Park– as a new member. At its annual meeting held today in Barcelona, the Board has also appointed Gabriel M. Silberman as a new BIST general director, replacing Miquel A. Pericàs, director of the Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia (ICIQ).


Launching of KeTLOD Project Knowledge Transfer in Organ Donation from Europe to China Blog Post

The University of Barcelona (UB) and the DTI Foundation, located at the Barcelona Science Park (PCB), are the main coordinators of the European project KeTLOD (Knowledge Transfer and Leadership in Organ Donation from Europe to China), an initiative of the European Union that aim to design the first postgraduate program in organ donation  in China and to implement it in seven universities all over the country. 


IBEC is bioprinting partner in major 3D printing hub in Catalonia Blog Post

The Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia (IBEC), based at Barcelona Science Park, is to be part of a the Global 3D Printing Hub, a 3D printing infrastructure in Catalonia, which will receive up to 28 million euros from the Generalitat by 2020 to consolidate Catalonia as a world leader in 3D printing, one of the key technologies in industry 4.0. The Global 3D Printing Hub will be headquartered in 10.000m2 of the Campus Diagonal Besòs in Barcelona.