A business project for the production of curved crystalline surfaces, awarded by the UPV/EHU

The ‘Bihurcrystal’ project, focused on the production and commercialisation of curved crystalline surfaces for experimental scientific use; awarded with the first Manuel Laborde Werlinden prize, given by theUniversidad del País Vasco UPV/EHU. The award, which is bestowed to the best business initiative with a technological foundation based on innovative ideas, forms part of the ‘Entreprenari’ programme of the UPV/EHU and Bic Berrilan.


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