BERC

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The BERC acronym corresponds to the term Basque Excellence Research Centres,[1] a category or type of research center funded and fostered by the Basque Government[2] and framed in the Basque Science, Technology and Innovación network.

The Basque Excellence Research Center are characterized by their vocation to become spearheads of the Basque university system and also of the overall scientific research[3] in the Basque Country, being their final objective to become relevant nodes of the European network of referent research organisations.

The strategic objective of the Basque Government with the BERCs is to place the Basque research capabilities on the world map of scientific discovery and knowledge creation in the research areas considered strategic, so they can act as levers for the social and economic development, by the advanced use of science, technology and innovation, as a way to improve competitiveness.

Research Institutions[edit]

Currently nine research institutions have this consideration:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Innobasque - Basque Innovation Agency | List of agents | BERCs
  2. ^ The Basque Country driving excellence-based research
  3. ^ "Ikerbasque - List of Science and Technology agents". Archived from the original on 2015-03-02. Retrieved 2015-03-02.