AGREEMENT BETWEN BIOPROFE AND MADRID SCIENCE PARK FOUNDATION (FPCM)
The FPCM, the Autonomous University and the Complutense University, both in the City of Madrid, emphasize the willingness of BioProfe to modernize learning systems.
The technical services team for entrepreneurships of this institution have evaluated in a favourable way the BioProfe project in order to its incorporation at the innovation environment of the Madrid Science Park (www.fpcm.es).
Its evaluation committee has emphasized the willingness of BioProfe to modernize learning systems using new study tools for the experimental sciences, as well as the promoter team´s high commitment with innovation and research at ITC on the educational sector.
The Madrid Science Park is a non-profit foundation created in 2001 by the Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM) and the Madrid Complutense University (UCM) in order to boost innovative scientific and technological entrepreneurship and foster technology transfer.
This initiative is supported by the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), the Energy, Environmental and Technological Research Centre (CIEMAT), the Madrid Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Tres Cantos City Council and Banco Santander.
The Foundation offers high-quality working spaces and services for entrepreneurs and scientists to develop their R&D projects. It has over 8,000 square metres in premises designed to support the companies, for the scientific-technologic entrepreneurs can develop its activity in a strategic environment where University, R&D institutions, Industry and Companies come together to support the R+D&I.
In this way, BioProfe, the reference software for exercises and exams in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics, has a presence in two important business and innovation centres of the Spanish geography: the Madrid Science Park and the Geolit (www.geolit.es) Science and Technology Park in Jaén.