The Solar Pigment project (smart pigments capable of regulating temperature), presented by Guillermo Monrós, Vicente Esteve and Mario Llusar, with the collaboration of Arnau Monrós, Sara Cerro, Carina Gargori and Natalia Fas, from the Department of Inorganic and Organic Chemistry at the Universitat Jaume I, is one of the twelve finalists who opt to be incubated by the Fund of Entrepreneurs of the Repsol Foundation.

After overcoming an exhaustive process of evaluation and selection, four ideas and eight projects are in the final phase of the fifth convocation whose jury will meet on 5 July to decide which projects will receive fund support. The results will become known at the public event Repsol Campus on 6 July 2016.

Those selected will receive financial support up to 288,000 euros for up to two years and the ideas will receive 24,000 euros for a year to mature, as well as the assessment of a team of expert tutors, technical and legal advice and training appropriate to their needs.

Information provided by the Repsol Foundation: http://www.fondoemprendedores.fundacionrepsol.com/es/actualidad/noticias


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