With a usable surface area of 650 m2 distributed on two floors and endowed with 6 laboratories and 2 well-equipped offices, this is an ideal place for spin-off companies from the University, both biotechnological and those belonging to other innovative sectors, to install themselves and grow and consolidate their business sphere. The Incubator building offers competitive advantages for initiatives arising in the biotechnological sector.
This is located in the eastern sector of the Innovatec Enclave of the SPS. It is mainly devoted to Information and Communications Technology (ICTs) and hosts 8 companies and the Data Processing Centre of the Science Park.
The aim of this building is to offer space for business projects that, together with those already under development, will favour the consolidation of the Park to serve as a reference for innovation and research in our region, all linked to the University of Salamanca itself.
Constructed within the Innovatec Enclave of the SPS, this building is highly functional and versatile. It is a modern structure and currently houses 21 companies from different technological sectors.
With a construction budget of approximately € 11,000,000, this edifice has a surface area of more than 8,900 m2, distributed on four floors: a basement, the ground floor and the first and second floors, all of which house I+D offices and laboratories that can be rented out to technology-based companies in both the scientific-technical and biotechnological sectors who wish to benefit from the Park’s offers. The building has several meeting rooms, a cafeteria/restaurant, and other common services.
Building M4 is still under construction. It has a useable surface area of some 2000 m2 and will be commissioned for service in the first half of 2016. It is intended to harbour the hubs of several biotechnological, pharmaceutical and technological companies.
Building M5 - CLPU
The Ultrafast Ultraintense Pulsed Laser Centre (CLPU) is what is known as a “singular scientific-technological infrastructure” (Span. Acronym ICTS) that was conceived in 2007) under the auspices of the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (then the Ministry of Education and Science), the Junta of Castilla y Leon and the University of Salamanca.
This building houses the Spanish Portuguese Institute of Agricultural Research, which supports and fosters the investigative and training activities of USAL in different areas of knowledge related to Agriculture and Agronomy. The building has 4000 m2 divided into two well-differentiated zones: The largest one, with a modular configuration, harbours 8 research laboratories and the respective common areas for the development of research activities: growth chambers, confocal microscopy, sterilization and washing, etc.
The other zone of the building, which is cubic in shape, houses the Assembly Hall, with a capacity for approximately 190 people, training areas and administration offices.
This building is a true centre of reference in the agrarian and environmental spheres.