The work of the members, of the affiliated entities and the associated partners of the European Digital Innovation Hub in Castilla y León has resulted in a new recognition for the support provided to companies in finding investments.
Ricardo Jara (Immunostep), Antonio Muro (University of Salamanca), Luis García Ortiz (IBSAL) and Miguel Ángel Ávila (Neurofix) discuss the success of combining biotechnology and entrepreneurship at the conference "Cultivating innovative ecosystems with spinoffs".
It will be held on 8 and 9 March free of charge at La Estación de la Ciencia y la Tecnología in the capital of Burgos.
"Artificial Intelligence for Securing IoT Devices" will run until December 2025 in cooperation with INCIBE and is expected to have a high impact on employment.
The European Digital Innovation Centre aims to ensure a smart, sustainable and cohesive digital transformation of SMEs and Public Administration entities in Castilla y León, with a territorial approach in both rural and urban areas.
The European funding will provide the Castilla y León Supercomputing Centre with more resources to boost the activity of the Caléndula supercomputer
The European Digital Innovation Hub of Castilla y León is the second EDIH with the highest number of applications and took advantage of the event to strengthen its collaborations.
The objective is to position the city as a technological benchmark in southwest Europe, promoting the development of new companies and welcoming large national and international companies.