Nucaps is recognized with the Alimenta Navarra 2021 Innovation Award
The month of November has arrived with good news for all the people who make the Nucaps Nanotechnology project possible. Navarra Capital and the Agrifood Cluster of Navarra (AGRIFOOD) have recognized our start-up in the sixth edition of the Alimenta Navarra Awards 2021 with the Innovation Award.
This award comes with another good new that has recently come to light: the subsidy granted by the Ministry through CDTI to participate in a European R&D project to develop the first vegetable-based fish fillet made to from fermented by-products of the food industry and microalgae.
Alimenta Navarra 2021 Innovation Award
On the afternoon of Thursday, November 4th, Navarra Capital announced the Alimenta Navarra 2021 Awards in its VI edition. On this occasion, Nucaps Nanotechnology has been recognized with the Innovation Award, picking up the baton from other renowned companies such as TuttiPasta, Gutarra or Florette.
The award will be presented next Tuesday, November 23th, at a ceremony which will be held at the Gaztambide Theater in Tudela. Nucaps will share the ceremony with other Navarrese companies and entrepreneurs such as Juanma Garro (Award for Career and Professional Development), the Pagos de Araiz Winery (Internationalization Award), or Harivenasa (Sustainability Award).
For all the professionals that make up the company, it is a real pride to receive this recognition that serves as an incentive to continue building solutions that contribute to health through nanoencapsulation.
Better Fish Project
Another good new that arrived at the beginning of the week was the granting of a subsidy through CDTI for the participation of the company in a European R&D project (Eurostars call) that will develop the first basic fish fillet vegetable made from fermented by-products of the food industry and microalgae.
A project in which Nucaps will go hand in hand with other renowned companies such as Better Nature (UK), the Center of Food and Fermentation Technologies (Latvia) and Neoalgae (Spain), and which will last 3 years with a total budget of more than 1.5 million euros.