Castilla y León has a network of technology centers that help boost investment in new technologies and R & D projects:

1. CARTIF Center for Automotive, Robotics and Information Technologies.

The Center for Automation, Robotics and Information Technology and Manufacturing (CARTIF) created in 1994, is an association of Applied Research and Technological Innovation without profit, integrated into the network of Technology Centers of Castilla y Leon and the CICYT.

2. CIDAUT Automotive Research and Development Center.

The Center for Research and Development of the Automobile, CIDAUT Foundation, was created in 1993, with the aim of gathering and channeling the research potential of the University of Valladolid, in addition to actively contributing to the needs of companies in the automotive sector and promoting both the competitiveness and the industrial development of the same.

3. INBIOTEC Institute of Biotechnology of León.

INBIOTEC is a non-profit organization, founded in 1991. It is dedicated to research in cutting-edge biotechnological techniques and the practical training of technicians and specialists in Biotechnology in León.

4. CTME Technology Center Miranda de Ebro.

Created in 1992, the CTME (Technological Center of Miranda de Ebro) is managed privately, independently and without profit, its purpose being to promote innovation, development and technological diffusion in the business and public world.

5. ITCL Technological Institute of Castilla y León.

The Technological Institute of Castilla y León (ITCL), created in 1989, is a private non-profit foundation that aims to contribute to the economic and social development of the region by supporting, promoting and facilitating the use of technology as a tool competitiveness of the business fabric from a commitment to integration in the science-technology-company-society system.

6. ITACYL Agricultural Technology Institute of Castilla y León.

The Agricultural Technology Institute of Castilla y León was created with the aim of boosting the activity of the agri-food sector and its transformation industries, through the promotion of technological development and the revitalization of initiatives that entail new productive orientations and adaptation to the market.

7. CIEMAT Center for Energy, Environmental and Technological Research.

The CIEMAT (Center for Energy, Environmental and Technological Research) is a Public Research Organization attached to the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness through the Secretariat of State for Research, Development and Innovation focused mainly in the fields of energy and the environment and the technological fields related to both.

8. ICCRAM International Research Center in Critical Raw Materials for Advanced Industrial Technologies.

International Center of Excellence that develops activities in the following areas: biophysics, biotechnology, industrial technology, materials science, nanosecurity, materials design, efficiency in resource management and circular economy, energy efficiency, eco-innovation and substitution of critical raw materials .

9. CETECE Cereal Technology Center of Castilla y León.

Private non-profit organization, of European scope. It was created as a training school oriented to the sectors of cereal processing. During his career he has been expanding his field and lines of action. Its activities integrate all agri-food sectors, focusing their lines of action to the promotion of training, research and technological development, the increase of quality and the improvement of competitiveness.

Both public and private Universities in the Region have a multitude of research centers in almost all fields of science. Contact the investment team to expand this information.