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Gordon and Betty Moore established the foundation to create positive outcomes for future generations. In pursuit of that vision, we foster path-breaking scientific discovery, environmental conservation, patient care improvements and preservation of the special character of the San Francisco Bay Area. 

The DIPC was created as an intellectual centre whose main aim is to promote and catalyse the development of basic research and basic research oriented towards material science to reach the highest level. Since its creation, the DIPC has been an open institution, linked to the University of the Basque Country, serving as a platform for the internationalising of basic science in the Basque Country in the field of materials.

TECNALIA is the largest center of applied research and technological development in Spain, a benchmark in Europe and a member of the Basque Research and Technology Alliance. We collaborate with companies and institutions to improve their competitiveness, people’s quality of life and achieve sustainable growth. We do it thanks to people who are passionate about technology and committed to building a better society.

EHU Quantum Center is devoted to Quantum Science and Technology along three main lines: trainingresearch, and transfer.

  • Training is key to solve the so-called “quantum bottleneck”, a lack of people trained in quantum related areas due to the growing demand for quantum knowledge.
  • Regarding research, the EHU-QC is characterized by covering a wide spectrum of topics from the most fundamental to the applied.
  • Transfer connects the Center with the business fabric of the local and international environment.

The Department of Education (Basque: Eusko Jaurlaritzako Saila; Spanish: Departamento de Educación) is the department of the Basque Government responsible for the community's education system and its policies regarding the Basque language and Basque culture.

The flagship of the University of Minnesota System, the Twin Cities campus is Minnesota’s only land-grant university and one of the most prestigious public research universities in the nation.

Founded in 1851 near Saint Anthony Falls on the banks of the Mississippi River, we are one of five universities in the nation with an engineering school, medical school, law school, veterinary medicine school, and agricultural school all on one campus.