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The Spanish Biotech sector will have a place in the radio

RNE, National Radio of Spain, and ASEBIO, The Spanish Association of Biotech Companies, have sign this week and agreement to spread and promote biotech in the news.

The agreement arises from the need to bring biotechnology to society and get them closer together.

This is good news for the Spanish biotech sector that is growing all the time and is an important part of its economy.


ASEBIO is the Spanish Bioindustry Association.

ASEBIO brings together companies, associations, foundations, universities, research and technology centers that carry out activities directly or indirectly related to biotechnology in Spain.

Since 1999 ASEBIO has been acting as a meeting and promotion platform for those organizations interested in stimulating the national biotechnology scene.

In order to do this, ASEBIO works closely with regional, national and European governments as well as all the social organizations interested in using biotechnology to improve quality of life, the environment and generating skilled employment.

The large number of members makes ASEBIO the most suitable setting to meet the challenge of developing the biotechnology sector and taking advantage of the innovation opportunities offered by biotechnology as a vehicle for social and economic growth in Spain.

ASEBIO is part of and supported by EUROPABIO, the European Association for Bioindustries, and a member of the CEOE (Spanish Confederation of Employer’s Organizations) and the SEBBM (Spanish Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology)

About RNE

Radio Nacional de España (RNE) (National Radio of Spain) is Spain’s national public radio service. Since 1973 it has formed, together with Televisión Española (TVE), a part of Radiotelevisión Española (RTVE), the corporation responsible for managing national public-service broadcasting in Spain.


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