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									ENSENADA’S BIOTECHNOLOGY CLUSTER
     DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
Vision

 “To position Ensenada as the national leader in

biotechnology driven bio businesses, becoming an

    industrial pole of economic development”
General Objectives

  •Create and attract high-intellectual and technology based bio
  businesses, generating a high value added to Ensenada.

  •Promote a sustainable use of natural resources by means of
  technology development.

  •Create a technology-based environment in Ensenada to
  stimulate the use of new technologies in the current industries.
Mid-term Objectives (1-3 years)

•Consolidate the Bio-business Council of Ensenada.


•Create the needed structure for incubating local biotechnology
business, based on infrastructure and technology parks
research and development, human resource development.


•Convert current research into new businesses.
BIOTECHNOLOGY IN ENSENADA
    MAIN HUMAN RESOURCES IN ENSENADA.

Main Departments
 •Oceanography Research Institute.
 •Science Faculty.
 •Ocean Science Faculty.
 •Center of Scientific Research and High Education
 •Experimental and applied division of biology.
 •Oceanography Department.

Human Resource
 •We have 27 researches in Ensenada
 •8 Technicians.
 •And approximately 10 graduates annually in biology, 51 masters and 10 doctors.


Main graduate careers
 •Graduate in biology.
 •Master and Ph.D of Science in aquaculture.
 •Master and Ph.D in oceanography
     RESEARCH AREAS AND INFRAESTRUCTURE
       IN RESEARCH CENTERS IN ENSENADA

      Research Areas                        Infraestructure

•Environmental Biotechnology.       •Analytic labs.

•Natural marine resources.          •Central wet labs.
                                    •Platforms to pilot essays
•Aquaculture food.
                                    •Larviculture laboratory
•Molecular and genetics biology.
                                    •Fish Biotechnology laboratory.
•Microbiology.
                                    •Shrimp farming tanks.
•Marine biotechnology.
                                    •Farming areas of aquatic plants.
•Biorremedación

•Bioprocess engineering.

•Marine and Freshwater Nutrition.
BIOTECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
BIOBUSINESS INCUBATOR CENTER (CIB)


              BIOBUSINESS
                COUNCIL




 RESEARCH
                                                                 BUSINESS
    AND
                                                               DEVELOPMENT
DEVELOPMENT   BIOBUSINESS
               INCUBATOR
                 CENTER




               SUPPORT




                             CONACYT
                            Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología
DEVELOPMENT OF THE BIO-BUSINESS
     INCUBATOR CENTER - CIB
     TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION DIAGRAM
                    (TECHNOLOGY PUSH)

     1) Gap (Knowledge application)



RESEARCH AND
                                 INDUSTRY                          MARKET
DEVELOPMENT



                                        2) Gap (Business innovation)


        5) Gap (Creation of the environment to develop the industry)


                               GOVERNMENT /
                                   NGO
     TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION DIAGRAM
                         (MARKET-PULL)
        3) Gap (Identification of needs and opportunities)




 RESEARCH
    AND                            INDUSTRY                       MARKET
DEVELOPMENT


     4) Gap (Process Innovation)



         5) Gap (creation of the environment to develop the industry)


                               GOVERNMENT/
                                   NGO
STRATEGIES OF THE BIO-BUSINESS INCUBATOR CENTER


                             1.- Bio-entrepreneurs development
     BIO-BUSINESS            2.- Capital and funding
 1   DEVELOPMENT             3.- Economic and fiscal incentives
                             4.- Technical assistance
                             5.- Commercialization and market assistance
                             6.- Business assistance



                             1.-Identification and promotion of new companies
     ATTRACTION OF FOREIGN   to attract.
 2   INVESTMENT              2.- Support in the establishment of new companies
                             with a high value added.




                             1.- Cost and scaling strategies
     INVESTIGATION           2.- Patents and intellectual property
 3   CRITICAL MASS           3.- Negotiation
                             4.- Applied research
                             5.- Increase investigation capabilities
STRATEGIES OF THE BIO-BUSINESS INCUBATOR CENTER



                          1.-Promote general concepts of biotechnology in
    BIOTECHNOLOGY         middle and high school levels
4   CULTURE               2.-Public conferences.
                          3.-Creation of careers in biotecnology fields.
                          4.- Media promotion




    INCORPORATE           1.-Detect   companies      where  the   use   of
    BIIOTECNOLOGY IN      biotechnology is feasible.
5   EXISTING INDUSTRIES   2.-Provide the support needed to business to use
                          biotechnology
BIOBUSINESS FORUM IN ENSENADA
                      BIO-BUSINESS FORUM
                             DECEMBER 5, 2003
   Place: Benito Juarez Theatre       C.E.C.CU.E 3th floor, UABC Ensenada
     From 8:30 am to 1:00 pm                From 4:00 am to 6:00 pm
        CONFERENCES                         PRESENTED PROJECTS
 Introduction       to        the      Antidote for scorpion poisson
biotechnology and its application
areas                                  Chitosan extraction

 Technology development and            Shrimp diseas detection tools
commercialization              of
agrobiologic products in Mexico
                                        Development project of a molecular
 Presentation of      the    UABC     laboratory
research projects
                                       Antioxidants in food for shrimp
 Presentation of    the     CICESE
researche project                      Shrimp diseases prevention

 CONACYT funding for R&D               Totoaba farming
 FORUM STATISTICS
        CONFERENCES
       Attendees
BUSINESSMEN                     63
SPECIAL GUESTS                  40
STUDENTS                        106
                TOTAL           209
MATCHMAKING SESSIONS
84 meetings where conducted*.
*Considering      several     businessmen
attended to more than one project.
                              ACTIVITY OUTLINE FOR 2006

Visit and first contact
   to SD BIOTECH


                  Participation in Bioparks Event                   Biotech campaign in Ensenada
                        in San Francisco, CA

                                                                            Designing of the
                   Funding and lobbying
                                                                      Biobusiness Incubator Center


                                Follow-up to the first Bio-business Forum

                                                                                     First
               Consolidation the Biobusiness Council                        Bio-business enterprise




                                 Continuous meetings to develop the project



        J        F        M     A       M           J    J      A       S        O       N       D
            ACTIVITY OUTLINE FOR 2007



•Consolidation of the Biobusiness Council.

•Incubation of projects and start-ups.

•Design of the biotechnology park in Ensenada, Baja
California, Mexico.

•Continue preparing specialized and technician people.

•Bio Business Forum 2007.
                          CONTACTS

Carlos Cardona
President of Bio business Council
Phone: 52 (646) 172 30 36
E mail: carlos@rhinowd.com.mx
                                 Denise Re Araujo
                                 Vice- president of Bio business Council
                                 Phone: 52 (646) 175 0500 x 24461
                                 E mail: denisere@cicese.mx



Francisco Siqueiros
Secretary Economic Development
Phone: 52 (646) 172 30 36
E mail: jsiqueiros@baja.gob.mx

								
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