In 2023, the National Research Council, Italy’s largest public research organization, celebrates the 100th anniversary of its founding. 100 years of commitment to research activity, which today is renewed in key areas for the future of the planet: sustainability, biodiversity, ecological transition, digital transition, clean......
Tecnopolo Bologna CNR is part of the Network of 10 Technopoles of Emilia-Romagna, a fundamental component of the regional innovation ecosystem.
Created with a total investment of 24 million euros co-financed by the EU Structural & Investment Funds and the Emilia-Romagna Region, Tecnopolo Bologna CNR promotes innovation in both consolidated and emerging industrial systems.
The main sectors of interest include various manufacturing industries such as automation, packaging, health care and wellbeing, agri-food, environmental industries.
Tecnopolo Bologna CNR has over 6000 square meters of research infrastructures, laboratories and state-of-the-art instrumentation.