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Cantabrian Institute of Biomedicine and Biotechnology (IBBTEC)
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Type of institution
The Cantabrian Institute of Biomedicine and Biotechnology (IBBTEC) is a joint center with the participation of the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), Cantabria´s University (UC )and the Government of Cantabria, through Grupo SODERCAN (Cantabria´s RTD Regional Society).
It currently comprises 13 research groups with a balanced participation of those from UC and from the CSIC.
Of these, 10 are currently working in Cantabria, the remaining 3 are temporary working in other institutes of the CSIC, pending the availability of its own headquarters.
The building to house the Institute, owned by the CSIC, is currently under construction in the grounds of the Scientific and Technological Park of Cantabria (PCTCAN), after receiving the tender award, decided in April 2009. It is estimated that the works will be completed in summer 2011. Meanwhile, researchers at the IBBTEC perform their work in laboratories and facilities of the Faculty of Medicine of the University.
Main research areas
Celullar and Molecular signaling / Microbiology and Genomics
Basic natural sciences,Medical/Clinical Sciences/Nursing,Social/Behavioral,Economics,Demography,Engineering/Technology/Architecture