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Parque Científico de Madrid
The Parque Científico de Madrid (PCM) is a non-profit foundation created in 2001 by the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM) and the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM) with the support of nine public and private entities.
The PCM, situated in Madrid and Tres Cantos, offers a system of services for
entrepreneurs and for the incubation of
technology based businesses, providing them
with first class spaces and a wide range of
complementary R & D professional services essential for the viability of all kinds of
business projects, including:
- Microanalysis of Materials Laboratory
- Genomics Laboratory
- Proteomics Laboratory
- Molecular Interactions Laboratory
- Industrial Biotransformations Laboratory
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Microanalysis of Materials services
What we offer:
Centro de Microanálisis de Materiales (CMAM) is a research center offering its services through Madrid Scientific Park Foundation (Parque Científico de Madrid, PCM).
CMAM is a multidisciplinary research facility located in the Campus of Universidad
Autonoma de Madrid (UAM). It is equipped with a modern electrostatic tandem
accelerator capable of reaching 5MV terminal voltage, with a last generation Cockroft Walton voltage generator. It makes possible the use of standard and advanced ion beam techniques, for analysis and modification of materials.
CMAM is offering its services, not only to academic scientists, but very specially to companies and private businesses, who may need access to its unique instrumentation and qualified staff in the areas of materials science, physics of surfaces and thin films, microelectronics, modification of materials, radiation damage, nuclear physics, environmental science, biomedicine, biology, and art and archaeometry.
- Technical cooperation
- Commercial cooperation
- R&D cooperation
Ms dra. Natalia Barrio