The best research projects of today
for improving people's health tomorrow

Selected candidates will be announced on December 12th

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We help your bio-health project succeed

by providing you with high-value resources:

1

Up to 70.000 € to develop your scientific project and work on the valorization plan

2

Mentors to monitor and support your future project or spin-off

3

Networking and expert advice to generate business opportunities

4

Training in key areas to ensure quality improvement of your project

An entire community at your service

Mentors, experts, entrepreneurs and investors by your side

Doctor in Electronics

Rafael Raya

Centre of Automation and Robotics

Founder & CSO

Tamara Maes

Oryzon Genomics

PH D in chemistry, Ramon y Cajal fellow

Francisco Andrade

Universitat Rovira i Virgili

CaixaImpulse Programme in numbers

15 projects

€1.4 million invested

3.000 hours of training

News & Events

Events

December 15, 2016

How to choose the best commercialization route to successfully transfer research results? Spin-off vs. licensing

Tom Hockaday, Owner of Technology Transfer Innovation; previously the CEO of Oxford University Innovation from 2006 to 2016 will participate with the following presentation How to choose the best commercialization route to successfully transfer research results? Spin-off vs. licensing

Events

December 20, 2016

4th Bioinformatics and Genomics Symposium for the scientific community

On December 20, this symposium will be held at the Barcelona Biomedical Research Park, which will feature two keynote lectures by two world-renowned scientists: Dr. Peter Campbell (Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, United Kingdom) and Dr. John Marioni (European Bioinformatics Institute, United Kingdom). 

News

December 02, 2016

The project Kit for an early Alzheimer's detection, about to be launched as a spin-off

The CaixaImpulse programme has given the project great visibility, and it has also provided the researchers with in-depth knowledge of the biotech industry. The project could be put on the market before 2020.