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Red TecnomiFood


Network of omics technologies applied to innovation and industrial development of nutraceutical and functional foods. The Red TecnomiFood project, coordinated by Eurecat, aims to integrate omics technologies to facilitate the access to these tecnologies to the food industry and to optimise their use, at all stages of the value chain of [...]



Development of a multicentre clinical study and application of omics technologies to elucidate the link between the Mediterranean Diet (MD), the gut microbiota and beneficial health effects. The MED4Youth project has the aim to strengthen the link between the MD and the health benefits against youth obesity and associated cardiovascular disease [...]



New urinary catheter with a dual functionality: antibacterial and preservation of the natural microbiota. The Bio-Urostent project is designing a solution for an uncovered clinical need that requires new technologies in the development of catheters that, on the one hand, have an interior coating to not only protect the device from [...]



The Territorial Competitiveness Specialization Project (PECT in its acronym in Spanish) Nutrisalt is an initiative to transform and boost the agri-food sector in Reus and the Camp de Tarragona with the aim of converting the area into a leading hub of nutritional and health activity on the international arena, leading the [...]



Reformulation of the genotyping technique using xMAP technology, which is capable of analysing multiple Single Nucleotide Polymorphism (SNP) variants to be used in generating dietary plans tailored to the needs of each individual, and customised face creams based on their genes. The genotype for dietary plans and face creams will be [...]



The IMAQUA project develops monitoring and supervision tools allowing for integrated water management, from capture to the point of consumption, ensuring quality and minimising losses during distribution. The tools developed will be integrated within an ICT platform comprising a system capable of increasing operability and managing water infrastructure knowledge, tools to [...]



The MICROBIOTA project has experimentally developed and researched various types of probiotics, prebiotics and symbiotics that act on the intestinal microbiota, with the aim of improving the health of consumers and livestock (poultry and swine) and preventing risk factors for specific pathologies without losing organoleptic qualities and while maintaining the stability [...]



GO LACTEOS project’s main objective is to design adequate analytical techniques and methodologies to identify and quantify the different types of milk (cow, sheep and goat) used in the manufacture of mixing cheeses. The correct identification and quantification of the milk used in these cheeses guarantees transparency and legal competition among [...]

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