The Complutense University of Madrid signs an agreement with AvolutionLab to collaborate in research and scientific dissemination projects associated with avocado

The Complutense University of Madrid and AvolutionLab have signed a framework collaboration agreement to develop “academic, cultural, scientific and cultural extension actions, which are of interest to both parties.”

It is established in the document, signed by José María Coello of Portugal Martínez del Peral, Vice-Rector of Institutional Relations, and Enrique García Gavira, CEO of AvoGuys and AvolutionLab, that the actions can be specified in:

  • Collaboration in research projects that deal with the nutritional and organoleptic quality of avocado and its derived products
  • Collaboration in the organization of conferences, seminars and scientific conferences related to avocado
  • Elaboration of studies and technical work
  • Publications, research papers and any type of academic materials that are of interest
  • How many others are considered of mutual interest.

The UCM reaches 171st place in the QS World University Rankings, it is the third in Spain and the 66th in Europe. In addition, it is the first Spanish university in reputation among employers and employment results and the second in academic reputation and sustainability.