University of Granada (OTRI)

University of Granada (OTRI)

Technology Transfer Office

Oficina de Resultados de Investigación (OTRI) Vicerrectorado de Investigación y Transferencia c/Gran Vía de Colón, 48. 3ª Planta 18071 Granada · Spain | PROFESSIONAL

About University of Granada (OTRI)


The mission of the Research Results Transfer Office (OTRI, for its initials in Spanish) of the University of Granada (UGR) is to identify and valorize R&D results for their commercialization by industry and entities worldwide.
The OTRI is integrated into the Vice-Rector’s Office for Research and Technology Transfer, which activities are aimed at:

• UGR researchers for the valorization of their knowledge in the socio-economic environment;
• Companies, by building strategic bonds with the university to improve their competitiveness;
• Entrepreneurs of the academic community for the setting up of spin-off companies.
Research areas
Electronics, IT and TelecommsBiological SciencesAgrofood IndustryProtecting Man and EnvironmentCommunications and 1 more
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Technology Transfer Office
Oficina de Resultados de Investigación (OTRI)

Vicerrectorado de Investigación y Transferencia

c/Gran Vía de Colón, 48. 3ª Planta

18071 Granada
University of Granada (OTRI)

Publications (7)

A synthesis method of polymeric multifunctionalized nanoparticles has been developed. These nanoparticles have different agents that offer the ability to diagnose, treat and monitor different types of cancer specifically. Nowadays, functionalized nanoparticles are opening a wide range of opport[…]

Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia (HHT) is a rare and genetic disease in which a disorder in angiogenesis exists. A new method for the molecular diagnosis of this disease has been developed. It is based on the quantification of a set of microRNAs (miRNAs) transported by plasma exosomes, and in a[…]

The present invention provides a composition which contains nanoparticles of magnetite made in presence of magnetosome proteins expressed as recombinant. These nanoparticles are biocompatibles, have a negative charge at physiological pH and a size higher tan 30nm, considered in the range of the sing[…]

Researchers of the University of Granada have developed probes based on nanoparticles, both fluorescent and functionalized with metals, which act as dual probes, and can be used for both flow cytometry (FACS –Fluorescent-Activated Cell Sorting) and mass cytometry (CyTOF -Cytometry by Time-Of-Flight-[…]

Scientists from the University of Granada and the Andalusian Health Service have developed through tissue engineering a biomaterial, which can be used for fabricating artificial tissue and membranes which stiffness and elasticity can be controlled. One of its main advantages is that it can be use[…]

Scientists from the University of Granada in collaboration with the Spanish National Reseach Cuncil (CSIC) have developed a procedure for fabricating a composition made with a hydrogel that contains crystalized proteins with pharmacological activity with a medium size of 12 microns, that can be eve[…]

UGR has developed a procedure for treating residues from olive mills allowing to obtain sub-products with high added value for industry, through the use of clean technologies, without addition of external solvents or other agents during the process avoiding to generate additional residues. Along wit[…]

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Lucas Montes

Lucas Montes

Technology Transfer Advisor at University of Granada (OTRI)

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