The delegation from Catalonia led by Ms Mariona Sanz (3rd on the left), Director of business innovation of the Catalonia Trade and Investment (ACCIO), visited ASTRI on 31 March 2017. Dr Justin Chuang (5th on the right) welcomed the delegates and introduced the latest R&D projects on Next Generation Network and Health Technologies to the group. Delegates included Ms Pilar Navarro Munoz (2nd on the left), Director of Life Sciences & Chemistry BU, Fira Barcelona; Ms Imma Vidal (4th on the left), Manager, Business Innovation (ASIA), Catalonia Trade and Investment (ACCIO); Ms Myriam Garcia (5th on the left), Berro , Director of Technology , Eurecat and Mr Albert Barberà (4th on the right), CEO of BIOCAT.
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