Old Awards

Artennua (formerly known as ArtePharming) has been selected as a finalist in three of the most prestigious international awards for social entrepreneurs:

The Venture 2016

Unreasonable Institute

Everis 2017 awards

Funding

The Tricopharming R&D project has received funding from Neotec (CDTI) and MINECO.
Logo CDTI

Logo Mineco

Media

Our Publications and their impact in the news
Matias-Hernandez et al., 2017. Matias-Hernandez L., Jiang W., Yang K., Tang K., Brodelius P., Pelaz S. AaMYB1 and its orthologue AtMYB61 affect terpene metabolism and trichome development in Artemisia annua and Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Journal (2017), 90(3):520-534.
Pulice et al., 2016. Pulice G., Pelaz S., Matias-Hernandez L. Molecular Farming in Artemisia annua, a promising approach to improve Anti-malarial drug production. Frontiers in Plant Science (2016), 18:7;329.

LaVanguardia
ElMundo
Science Times
Eureka.

Artennua news (formerly known as ArtePharming)
RTVE
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El País
El Español
TV3.