LandraTech has been recognised with the ID seal of R&D suitability by ANI - Agência Nacional de Inovação. This seal certifies LandraTech's competence in R&D activities and differentiates us from our competitors, allowing us to establish new partnerships in research and development projects.
The ID seal is a recognition of the quality of the work that LandraTech carries out in the field of biotechnology. LandraTech is a biotechnology company that uses the latest technologies to develop new products and services that are sustainable and healthy.
The ID label will allow us to access new funding opportunities and collaboration with other companies and institutions. It will also help us to position ourselves as a leading company in the field of biotechnology.
We are very proud to have received this label and are confident that it will help us to achieve our development and innovation goals.
Benefits of the ID label
The ID label offers a number of benefits to companies that receive it, including
- Access to funding for R&D projects
- Collaboration with other companies and institutions
- Positioning as a leading company in the field of biotechnology
LandraTech is very proud to have received the ID label and we are sure that it will help us to achieve our development and innovation objectives.
LandraTech participates in an initiative to raise children's awareness about sustainability
LandraTech is committed to sustainability, and believes it is important to educate children about the importance of caring for the environment. We hope that this initiative has helped children learn about sustainability and become aware of their role in protecting the planet.
Medacornet Kickoff Meeting: International Congress in Guimaraes highlights acorn production as food for human consumption
Landratech, a company based in Barcelos, in the Braga area, successfully held the Medacornet Kickoff Meeting, an International Congress on acorn production as food for human consumption, on 3 and 4 July. The event brought together renowned researchers, teachers and scientists from countries such as Algeria, Morocco, Spain, Portugal, Tunisia, Croatia and Italy, among others, with a total of 30 participants.