We have a team of more than 260 professionals belonging to diverse fields such as engineering, biology, chemistry; and among which there are more than 50 doctors. A people-oriented team, distributed among 13 strategic locations, yet always together, forms a single team with specialized profiles that understand the business of our customers and speak their language perfectly.
Specialisation Areas R&D Projects
According to the new biodefence plan, Hera Incubator, projects with clinical trials will receive funds to fight new variants of COVID-19. Find out more about other projects aligned with this topic that Zabala is managing.
On the 9th of February 2021, Batteries Europe together with EASE organised a webinar to discuss the opportunities and challenges for Europe’s leadership role in the global battery storage industry.
The process of decarbonisation in Europe is particularly extensive. To achieve the goal of building a climate-neutral EU by 2050, all Member States and European countries must begin to decarbonise their processes and technologies.
The future of innovation in organisations should involve open models. Organisations must build and expand their ecosystems and establish connections in order to collaborate.
ZABALA is part of the consortium of the H2020 project, which will develop the first 10 MW floating offshore wind turbine for testing in the Norwegian North Sea.
ZABALA takes part in EUHubs4Data, a new European project that will support European companies through the development of smart technologies based on Big Data and Artificial Intelligence.
The virtual annual flagship event on the future of research and innovation, Research and Innovation Days 2020, featured 146 different sessions and connected over 30,000 policymakers, researchers, entrepreneurs, and citizens from 188 countries.
Akuo Energy is a French company with a global presence that produces and develops renewable energy. Alexandra Sombsthay, vice president of Akuo, explains the importance of a good collaboration for the success of its innovation projects
EU Regions Week will be held from 5 to 22 October including more than 500 sessions on three different topics.
The Commission brings together stakeholders to debate and shape the future research and innovation landscape in an event taking place online on 22-24 September 2020.