Bioimac renews its membership to the ICTS map 2021 - 2024
Updated ICTS Map
The Complutense Bioimaging Unit (BioImaC), a node integrated in the Distributed Biomedical Imaging Network (ReDIB), maintains its presence in the updated Map of Singular Scientific and Technical Infrastructures (ICTS). The update of the ICTS Map for the period 2021-2024 was approved at the 11th meeting of the Science, Technology and Innovation Policy Council (CPCTI)*, which, chaired by the Minister of Science and Innovation, Diana Morant, took place on 11 March at the headquarters of the Centre for Energy, Environmental and Technological Research (CIEMAT).
ICTS are facilities dedicated to cutting-edge research of the highest quality, as well as to the transmission, exchange and preservation of knowledge, technology transfer and the promotion of innovation.
As a node of the ICTS Map, BioImaC offers the scientific, technological and industrial community competitive open access to its unique cutting-edge infrastructures, essential for the development of quality scientific and technological research. With this, the Complutense University of Madrid continues to fulfil its vocation to support research in a broad, national and international scientific-technological context of R+D+i.
* general coordinating body for scientific and technical research in Spain, which includes the different ministries with responsibilities in R&D&I and the Autonomous Communities.