"The aim is to promote a node that flows technologies, knowledge and people, which is enormously multicultural and varied. This is how international collaborations are established, which also generate relationships of trust and business possibilities. It is necessary to meet the needs and it will be the companies that develop the final solutions of each country.
Universities what we do is we demonstrate proof of concept. To be able to play this role of technological channel and technology adapter, very oriented to Africa, is also an excellent opportunity for Spain and, in particular, for the Canary Islands ".
Professor Juan Ruiz Alzola explains for the newspaper El Mundo the project MACbioIDi developed within the framework of the European Programme of Territorial cooperation Interreg V-A Spain-Portugal Interreg MAC 2014-2020
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