In order to promote scientific cooperation with other administrations, the national government participates in numerous consortiums that carry out R&D&I activities in important scientific fields. These consortiums are created by agreement, subject to prior authorisation by law.
There are various public institutions that act as implementing agents of the Spanish Science, Technology and Innovation System. The Science, Technology and Innovation Act lays down general provisions for this wide range of players and always guarantees the principle of neutrality, whereby no player should be privileged because of its affiliation or legal nature.
Centre for Ultrashort Ultraintense Pulsed Lasers (UIPLC)
National Centre for Experimentation in Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies (CNH2)
National Centre for Research on Human Evolution (CENIEH)
Barcelona National Supercomputing Center (BSC)
Astrophysics Institute of the Canary Islands (IAC)
Canfranc Underground Laboratory (LSC)
Oceanic Platform of the Canary Islands (PLOCAN)
Coastal Observation System of the Balearic Islands (SOCIB)
Consortiums and foundations attached to ISCIII
The public consortiums CIBER and CIBERNED and the CNIO, CNIC and FCIEN foundations are attached through the Carlos III Health Institute (ISCIII).
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