Academia and industry come together through scientific and technology-based research under this initiative. The Group seeks to take on and resolve the major challenges affecting industry players working with concrete constructions. Considering that concrete is the most widely used construction material in the world, their ultimate goal is to have a positive impact on national […]
H2ICE is the acronym used to refer to the Dual Combustion Technology Program for Mining that was set up for the purpose of adopting, developing and industrializing technological solutions designed to switch mine truck operations over to dual combustion using hydrogen and diesel.
Co-Inventa is an open platform for innovation in food containers and packaging created under the “Co-Inventa Open Platform for innovation in Containers and Packaging” funded by CORFO’s Strategic Technology Programs. Co-Inventa’s work model is collaborative, bringing together members of academia with private sector stakeholders interested in designing practical solutions for the real needs of the […]
CeTA (Centro Tecnológico para la Innovación Alimentaria—food innovation technology center) is a non-profit public-private foundation whose mission consists of turning Chile into a global giant in sophisticated and sustainable food production, thereby paving the way for Chile to engage in highly competitive, modern, international markets where it could double its exports by 2030. With this […]
The Consorcio Tecnológico de la Fruta was established in 2006 with a view to developing national genetics aimed at boosting the long-term competitiveness of the Chilean fruit industry. The initiative receives CORFO funding.
IFAN is a public-private program resulting from a partnership between the food industry and academia to develop new functional ingredients and natural additives made from Chilean raw materials as a means to make a real contribution to the country’s efforts to make its food industry more diversified and sophisticated.
MERIC (Marine Energy Research and Innovation Center) was established in Chile with funding from the Ministry of Energy, through CORFO’s program for attracting international centers of excellence in R+D.
The legume center focuses on developing specialized functional ingredients and additives to boost the value of small and medium-sized dryland farms. Specifically, the Center works to assist the recovery of small and medium sized farmers located in the Valparaíso, O’Higgins, Maule and Biobío Regions by lifting the productivity and quality of their legumes and legume-based […]
Leading experts in Information Technology (IT) from the five best university IT programs in Chile collaborate with CENS on improving health care services provided under Chile’s health care system and thereby enhancing the quality of life of system users.
FCR-CSET and Chile’s Catholic University work together under the applied research model followed by the Fraunhofer Institutes in Germany to provide incentives for growth opportunities in the Chilean solar power industry.
The Central-Southern Fruit Export Technology Program (Programa Tecnológico para la Fruticultura de Exportación Zona Centro Sur) was designed to make the fruit export sector more competitive and sustainable.
The Center was founded to research, communicate and promote the use of wood in tall constructions and to take on the industry’s biggest technological challenges such as nanotechnology in wood, construction solutions, etc.