Preferential access to university organisations

Science Park works to favour knowledge generation in a variety of areas for the integration of scientific, academic, technological and industrial interests. ultimate goal is to transfer technology to companies in order to meet society´s needs. To achieve this, amongst its many services, it makes preferential access to the University of Valencia´s different organisms available to companies and entities. Specifically, it provides:

  • Preferential access to the UVEG´s scientific and technological resources through the Central Service of Support for Experimental Research (SCSIE)
  • Transfer of research results through access and collaboration with the Research and Innovation Service
  • Employment and talent attraction in collaboration with the Observatory of Professional Insertion and Labour Advice (OPAL)
  • Entrepreneurship training through the University-Business Foundation of the University of Valencia (ADEIT)
Preferential access to university organisations



The companies and entities installed in the PCUV have preferential access to the University of Valencia´s scientific-technological resources through the Central Service of Support for Experimental Research (SCSIE), a general service of technological resources the purpose of which is to provide centralised and integrated support to the University community´s research, plus to companies and public and private institutions.

It is organised into 14 sections, which include scientific-technical services related to different areas of research, health and industry. These are: nuclear magnetic resonance, X-ray, mass spectrometry, atomic spectroscopy, optical and electronic microscopy, genomics, proteomics, bio-informatics, blown glass workshop, cell cultures, aquarium plant, animal production, greenhouses and environmental radioactivity.

Its purposes are, amongst others, to solve problems related to the characterisation and analysis of raw materials; structural determination of organic and inorganic substances and compounds; morphological studies of all kinds of inorganic and biological materials, using confocal microscopy techniques; environmental impact assessment; determination of total a/B indices in air, water, soils and sediments; nucleic acid sequencing; analysis of agri-food products; detection of transgenic material; diagnosis of inherited diseases; identification of genes in animal and plant improvement; and forensic genetic tests.




This Central Service acts as a technical and administrative support structure for the Vice-Rector for Research and Scientific Policy, and for the Research Commission, and performs the functions of advice, information, dissemination, promotion, management, monitoring and justification of the various elements in the area of research, together with the transfer of the results and knowledge thus generated into society.

The Research Service is organised internally into six sections:

  • Contracted R & D + I, mainly dedicated to the management of R+D + I and its related activities conducted under the protection of Art. 83 of the Organic University Law (LOU). It includes the negotiation, drafting, review, invoicing and legal-administrative follow-up of contracted R+D + I activities and related legal business.
  • R&D & I Support Resources and Programmes, responsible for the management of human capital recruitment devoted to research and the mobility of R&D & I personnel, together with the justification and economic-administrative monitoring of R&D & I grants in terms of personnel and mobility, the design and management of calls for its own R+D + I Programme, and the evaluation of its activity.
  • I+D+I International, dedicated to promote and manage the participation of researchers from the University of Valencia in different European R+D +I initiatives (Horizon 2020, COST, LIFE, etc.) and, in general, those of an international nature, through the different available sources of financing. It also endeavours to dynamise and promote participation in international research programmes considered of strategic advantage for the University.
  • Subsidised R+D + I, which deals with the management of R+D + I projects and related public-private collaborative activities, as well as the promotion of participation in national and regional R+D + I projects and initiatives, and their justification and economic-administrative follow-up.
  • Innovation, Evaluation and Entrepreneurship, is mainly dedicated to the appraisal of research capabilities and results leading to an effective transfer into production, either through licence to companies and other entities, or through the creation of Technological Base (EBTs). Furthermore, this section deals with the management of intellectual and industrial property rights derived from the research activity, the management of the University's own grant programme with respect to the evaluation and transfer of technology, and the management of the initiatives developed within the framework of the University of Valencia´s Empren + programme for the revitalisation of an entrepreneurial culture and co-operation in R+D + I.
  • Financial Control, Audit and Structural Funds of R+D + I, dedicated to the control of R+D + I´s economic management, the justification of contracted R&D + I activities, plus audit management together with the application, follow-up and justification of infrastructures and structural R+D + I funding.



The Observatory of Professional Insertion and Labour Advice (OPAL) of the University of Valencia has as its main objective the promotion of employment and labour insertion. Although OPAL primarily offers its services to the University of Valencia´s students and graduates, it also offers a complete range of services aimed at companies and entities, to which those associated with the PCUV have preferential access.

Among the services for companies include:

  • OPAL Employment Area: free services through which companies and other entities can quickly meet the demands for qualified personnel through different initiatives, such as the Job Bank or Employment Forums.
  • OPAL Training Area: it offers companies the opportunity to contribute and improve both the training and experience of university students through the A la Carte Training Programme.
  • Job Bank: a constantly updated database of students and graduates who have studied, or are studying, at the University of Valencia and who are in the process of searching for a position, and/or improving upon it.



The University-Business Foundation of the University of Valencia (ADEIT), acts as a bridge between the University of Valencia and companies, through a variety of services:

  • Employment Area: Companies and entities can receive graduates with practical vocational training grants for a period of six months to two years.
  • A la Carte Training for Companies: It aims to contribute to the improvement of the competitiveness and innovation of a company or entity. It is based on the knowledge transfer by the teaching and research staff at the University of Valencia.
  • E-learning: Through an online learning service, companies and entities can use the ADEIT Virtual Classroom to organise their online training courses.
  • Holding of Congresses, Seminars and Conferences: As a professional or entrepreneur one can attend Congresses, Seminars, Conferences and other activities that take place at ADEIT Headquarters. Leading figures in the social field, innovation and the economy are the main protagonists.

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