Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas

Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas

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Calle Serrano, 117, Madrid, 28006, Spain · Spain | BASIC

About Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas

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The Spanish National Research Council (in Spanish 'Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC)') is a government agency for basic and applied scientific research.

It is the largest public research organization in Spain, with presence in all the Autonomous Communities through 126 centers and 145 associated units.
Research areas
Electronics, IT and TelecommsIndustrial manufacturing, Material and Transport TechnologiesIndustrial TechnologiesEnergy TechnologyBiological Sciences and 6 more
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Organization Type
Public Agency
Founded
1907
Headquarters
Calle Serrano, 117, Madrid, 28006, Spain

Portfolio of Technology Offers (8)

CSIC has developed a modulating agent for regulating body weight. Nowadays, it is necessary to develop new alternatives to increase the profitability of animal breeding and increase meat production, key factors to meet the food needs of the world population. Since weight and body fat are two imp[…]

CSIC has developed a material based on a mixture of metal oxides. This new material is capable of releasing oxygen gas during its reduction through an endothermic process and regenerating in air at high temperature (800-1000 ºC) releasing energy. The material behaves in a stable manner in successive[…]

CSIC and UPV have developed a system that allows modulating the degree of silencing of any gene that is of interest in plants. Until now, the technologies used to regulate gene expression in plants only allowed to induce a high degree of silencing, but the level of silencing had not been regulated. […]

CSIC and the University of Oporto have developed a method that combines lithographic printing techniques, aluminium anodizing for the manufacture of highly ordered nanoporous alumina templates and metal sputtering by which metal nanostructures with the same ordering pattern are ob[…]

CSIC has developed a biocatalytic transformation of isophorone (3,5,5-trimethylcyclohex-2-en-1-one) and 4-hydroxyisophorone (4HIP) to selectively produce 4-hydroxyisophorone and 4-ketoisophorone (4KIP), valuable products for pharmaceutical, flavor and fragrance industry. The biocatalysts employed […]

CSIC through the Instituto de Microelectrónica de Barcelona - Centro Nacional de Microelectrónica, has developed a novel JFET (Junction Field-Effect Transistor) which is very suitable to be used in high-radiation-level environments such as Space, high-flying aircraft, particles accelerator or radio-[…]

CSIC through the Instituto de Microelectrónica de Barcelona - Centro Nacional de Microelectrónica, has developed a device based on nanogenerators for electrical cells stimulation without the need of electrodes or bulky devices. The device is biocompatible and, among its multiple applications, is abl[…]

Molecular Method that radically improves the diagnosis of Hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia (HHT). The Granada University, Health and Progress Foundation, and the CSIC have developed a diagnostic molecular system for the HHT by getting a simple liquid biopsy from the patient. Industrial partn[…]

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