Pau Roca, Director General of the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV), visited Viña Concha y Toro’s Center for Research and Innovation (CRI) in order to strengthen ties and identify collaboration opportunities.
Viña Concha y Toro – Family of Wineries’ Center for Research and Innovation (CRI) opened its doors to present the new Translational Biotechnology Center (TBC) launched by SOFOFA Hub to key Chilean authorities.
Five years after its inauguration, Viña Concha y Toro’s Center for Research and Innovation signed a major agreement with Chile’s Agriculture and Livestock Service, which will contribute to promoting industry development through dissemination of knowledge and technology transfer.
The BigDSSAgro 2019 conference is the third conference in the series devoted to new technologies, innovation for agriculture in 2030, and operational research methods and big data techniques in small-scale farming, industrial agriculture, smart farms, agri-business supply chains, land use and environmental protection, among other areas.
The Strengthening of Plant Material strategic program, which aims to improve and strengthen one of the company’s most important assets, was presented on August 27 at the Center for Research and Innovation (CRI), and was attended by external speakers and specialists from some of the program’s scientific areas.
Several projects carried out by Chilean researchers stood out for their quality and application to the wine industry at the 11th edition of In Vino Analytica Scientia symposium IVAS 2019 held in Bordeaux on June 25-28, which is organized by the University of Bordeaux’s Institute of Vine and Wine Science (ISVV).
The innovation event, which took place in Chile on August 29-30, was the backdrop for more than 20 influential international and Chilean speakers to share their various experiences in the development of corporate venture capital and the implementation of different innovation management models for large companies.
38 high school students from Colegio Nuevo Horizonte, together with their teachers, visited Viña Concha y Toro’s Center for Research and Innovation (CRI) to find out more about the work carried out at the center, the applications of science to the wine industry, and to broaden their horizons in terms of professional development opportunities.
On August 21, Felipe Gaínza, a molecular biology researcher at Viña Concha y Toro’s Center for Research and Innovation (CRI), gave a presentation on one of the six strategic programs being implemented by the center.