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Carbures attends Big Science Business Forum and NATO NIAG

Carbures attends Big Science Business Forum and NATO NIAG

This week Carbures has attended two important events. The first, Big Science Business Forum, in which for the first time the high-tech industry, known as 'Big Science' (a term given to science megaprojects) from around the world, has met in Copenhagen to present their offers to companies. The conference began with a welcome reception by the Minister of Education and Research, Søren Pind, welcoming all the companies and institutions. Carbures has been able to talk directly with those responsible for projects such as the large hadron collider (CERN) or the Extremely Large Telescope (ESO) and find the points of union between industry and science. The event has attracted 1,000 delegates from 25 countries and more than 20 agencies with an investment capacity of 12 billion euros. Carbures will be present at the stand of the Spanish delegation promoted by CDTI.

The second one in which Carbures has participated has been the NATO NIAG Plenary (it is a high-level advisory body made up of high-level businessmen from the NATO member countries), it has been held in the city of Toledo, coinciding with the 50th anniversary . On February 28, the Industry Day, Carbures has been able to see first-hand the future needs on industrial, technical, economic, management and other relevant aspects of research, development and production teams of the delegations of member countries on defense; based on current and updated information provided by the relevant NATO bodies. At the same time, Carbures has participated in networking sessions with companies from countries such as the United States, Turkey or Germany.

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