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We have contributed more than US$ 2 billion to the Chilean economy. We have created new industries for Chile, some of which are worldwide leaders. Our initiatives contribute to the development of the human capital of Chile.

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We have created new industries for Chile,

some of which are worldwide leaders

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We have introduced the concept of innovation as a major element of competitiveness for Chile

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“…by 1982, Fundación Chile had already implemented and was operating its first salmon farming plant. Seven years later, it was sold to a Japanese company for US$22 million” (Businessweek)

“In 2004, its first year, the laboratory turned out 1.7 m partially fattened lily bulbs, using up-to-date biotechnology. Vitro Centre is a joint venture between local investors, Fundación Chile and a Dutch firm ... (The Economist)

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Who We Are

Fundación Chile is a privately owned, non-profit organization, founded in 1976 by the Chilean Government and ITT Corporation (U.S.A.). In 2005, BHP Billiton became a co-founder.

With transforming initiatives, based on the management of innovation and on high impact technology transfer, we accelerate the country’s growth so we can;

“MOVE THE BOUNDARY OF POSSIBILITY”

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Fundación Chile’s Areas of Work

Sectors

Tecnologies

  • Financial Engineering
  • ICTs
  • Fine Chemistry
  • Biotecnology
  • Environmental Tecnologies
  • Food Technology
  • Marine Resources
  • Agribusiness
  • Forestry
  • Human Capital
  • Environment
  • Energy
  • ICTs
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Fundación Chile does…

  • Innovative enterprises, almost always in association with companies or individuals.
  • Develops, adapts and sells technologies to clients in the productive and public sectors, in the country and abroad.
  • Fosters institutional innovations.
  • Captures and disseminates technologies to multiple users (as a technological antenna) through seminars, specialized magazines, internet portals, and technical assistance.
  • Develops standards and certification systems.
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Fundación Chile’s Open Innovation model

External sources of Technology*

Strategic Alliances with Companies/

partners

Companies

in

expansion

Company scale-ups/Spin-offs

(Seed Capital)

: Fundación Chile

Management of Innovation (Competitive Funds)

Licences for Technology Packages

() :Main source of funding

* :Universities, research centers, sector experts, etc.

Technology and Certification Services

Internal Sources of Technology

Final Clients

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Models of Technology Management

Identification of Opportunities and Technology Antenna

1

2

3

Network-based R&D

Management

Internal Transfer and R&D

Transfer and Adaptation

With targeted support from local and foreign researchers

With technology centers, universities and companies

30%

45%

25%

Scale-up and Licensing

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Outstanding Projects

Salmon farming (Region X)

Processing and distribution of boxed beef (Region IX)

Quality control of fruit (Central Valley)

Consortium of forestry technologies (Region VIII)

Clean Production Center (Metropolitan and Regions)

Production of gourmet goat cheese (Metropolitan and Region IV)

Production of furniture for export (Region IX)

Chilean flounder and abalone hatcheries (Regions IV and V)

Production of berries (Region IX)

Labor Competencies Standard (All Chile)

Farm and Agriculture/Cattle Chain Management (Regiones V y IX)

Education (educarchile.cl) (All Chile)

Forestry Securitization (Regions VI, VII and VIII)

New salmon feeds (Oleotop) (Region IX)

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Obtaining Know-How and Technology; K+D

All knowledge cannot be monopolized

  • Renewable Energy: Finland (VTT), Sweden (SWECO), Germnay (GTN, BGR), New Zealand (GNS), Israel (Weizmann Institute), Switzerland (CSEM), USA (Infinia)
  • Agro-Biotechnology:U.S.A. (Cornell), Spain (IRTA)
  • Food Value Chains:New Zealand (Waikato, dairy industry); France (Institute d’Elevage, meat), Australia (CSIRO), U.S.A. (Phytomedics, functional ingredients)
  • Copper and derivatives, evaluation and mitigation of risks:Australia (Austmine, AMIRA, CMR U. Queensland); U.S.A. (U. Nevada)
  • Environmental Technologies: U.S.A. (Batelle), Sweden (IVL)
  • Entrepreneurship and Corporate Ventures: U.S.A. (UCLA, UC Berkeley)
  • Open Innovation: U.S.A. (UC Berkeley)
  • Education:U.S.A. (Harvard)
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Chile Global

International network successful Chilean executives, interested in contributing to Chile’s development

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International Dissemination of the Fundación Chile Model

Fundación Jalisco (2006 – 2007)

Fundación Sonora, Sagarpha (2006-2007)

Mr. Vicente Fox, former President of Mexico

Sur · Sureste (2006)

2007: FCh has been contacted to assist governments in the creation of similar institutions in Peru, Panamá, El Salvador and most recently, Colombia and Uruguay

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Biotechnology in Fruit

Grapes resistant to diseases caused by fungi and viruses. Improved quality, seedless, bigger size.

Stone fruit resistant to browning and mealiness

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Vaccines against SRS in Salmon

Recombinant vaccine against rikettsial diseases in salmon

30% mortality rate in Chilean salmon production

Cost to the sector: US$150 million

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Natural Pigments for Salmon

Future Salmon Feed: Natural Astaxanthin Advantages: Quality and Safety

Current Salmon Feed: Synthetic astaxanthin

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Diversifying Aquaculture; Development of Marine Species

Southern hake, Croaker, Sea bass

White meat fish has 10% of the world fish trade (US$ 45 billion, not inclusing China)

Technologies for raising and producing juveniles.

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New Aquaculture System for Most Exposed Zones

New designs and raw materials (Beginning with copper), that facilitate farming in more aggressive and exposed zones. More environmentally friendly.

Off-shore

Shore

Mid distance

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Development of Seaweed-based Products

  • Seaweeds market is approximately US$ 5.7 billion
  • In Chile, the market is about US$ 100 million; 87% is sold as dry product.

Segments:

  • Human consumption
  • Functional foods and nutraceuticals
  • Biochemical products for cosmetics
  • and pharamaceuticals
  • Extracts for agriculture and salmon farming

Alliances: Departament of Ecology, UC, Biotechnology U Federico Santa María, U of Nantes (France), European Center for Seaweed Research CEVA (France)

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Plant Ingredients for Human and Animal Consumption

Premium quality rice for export. Exports to Brazil and China.

Rice

Lupin and protein peas for salmon feeds.

Pulses and cereals

Identification of quality standards for wheat for marketing segmentation, Regions V and X.

Wheat

Betaglucans, oregano extract: Cardiovascular diseases and diabetes; animal nutrition.

Functional Ingredients

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Botanical Products

Development of botanical products from native, unique and proprietary plants, with high added value

Univ. Rutgers and Illinois

Interlink Assoc.

Phytomedics Inc

Fundación Chile

Portfolio of Products

Raw Materials

Species 1

Botanical Drugs

Botanical extracts (safe and effective)

Nutraceuticals

Formulate

Species 2

Cosmetics

Other native plants

Functional Ingredients

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Forest BIO ENERGY

From pellets to revoluionizing the industrial market

  • Fundación Chile introduced the production of wood pellets (a solid biofuel widely accepted in Europe), with its companyEcoPellets
  • Now, it is starting a new venture (Total Energy). This company offers integral services involving the sale of energy to industrial clients
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Native Forest

Green Business

  • Fundación Chile and the American NGO ForestEthics, created EcoManagement for the sustainable management of the native forest.
  • Today it manages MASISA’s natural forest patrimony. The next step; generation of energy from biomass instead of coal.
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Carbon Forests

Curbing climate change with business innovation

  • Carbon Forests; Generation of carbon credits with forestation projects, sustainable management of natural forests or retention of emissions in long lasting products.
  • Sale of 600 thousand tons CO2 with Fundación Chile’s forest securitization program
  • Member of the Chicago Climate Exchange. Give access to the voluntary market to small and mid-sized producers.
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Neosylva

Increase productivity with

clonal silviculture

  • By an agreement between Arauco, Cellfor and Fundación Chile, access was given to the somatic embryogenesis protocol for Radiata pine and to trials with more than 5 thousand clones.
  • NeoSylva will provide plants from this clonal program to the open market with 25% higher yield than the best available alternative.
  • The NeoSylva nursery in Santa Fe, with capacity for 13 million plants, becomes the biggest supplier of non integrated plants.
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Passive Treatment Systems

INBIOTREAT

Passive systems or “wetlands”: a low cost operating system for different types of effluents (eg. acid mine waters, tailings dam clear water, organics).

Technological partner:

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mRisk (Environmental Risk Assessment, Monitoring & Management): Business unit that provides specialized environmental management services.

Products and services:

  • Evaluation of risks (exploratory and detailed)
  • Environmental monitoring (manual, remote sensors)
  • Management and visualization of data
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Energy Efficiency

  • Promotion of ESCO Market
    • Demonstration cases
    • Financing mechanisms
    • Contractual plans
    • Job competencies
  • Measurement, verification and certification of savings
    • Mining, Agribusiness, Other industries
  • Labeling appliances and promotion of energy efficient technologies (refrigerators, lighting, air conditioners, motor, water pumps, etc.)
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Geothermal: Exploration and Mid-low enthalpy projects

In alliance with

  • Regional studies of geothermal potential
  • Heat and cold storage. Modeling reservoirs
  • Research in drilling, reservoir stimulation
  • Basic and detailed engineering of small scale geothermal plants (heat/electricity) and projects involving the direct heat use
  • Layouts - Site supervision
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Atacama Solar Plataform

Integral initiative to develop a center of activity around solar energy and its applications in the Atacama region.

Mass use of solar energy applications by mining, agriculture, construction, etc.

Technological innovation programs, in international networks, focused on:

  • Photovoltaic systems with nanoporous copper cells
  • Solar concentration systems (solar thermoelectricity, solar discs, concentration in photovoltaic systems)
  • Co-generation of energy and desalinated water
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Education for Tomorrow

educarchile.cl

Develops educational resources that improve the quality of Chilean education available to teachers, students, principals, families and researchers.

  • More than 580,000 registered users
  • 61% of the country’s teachers are registered in educarchile
  • 1,500,000 average visits per month
  • Exported to more than 17 countires (RELPE)
  • OAS Award for best ICT initiative
  • Digital Challenge Award in Chile
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Education for Tomorrow

School Management

Educational establishments can initiate improvement processes and opt for certification from the National School Management Quality Certification Board.

 More than 1,400 establishments have begun the self evaluation process

 73 schools have been certified

Better School

Schools can improve the quality of educational results, with the gradual installation of institutional management and teaching processes with integral assistance for vulnerable schools.

4 Regions

 9 communities

 34 schools

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Center for Innovation in Human Capital

UK

Canada

USA

15 sectors

20 trade associations

394 companies

243 profiles

650 standards (UCL)

Australia

Certified workers

-Chile Califica: 26,691

-ICDL: 12,500 tested

Skills created

18 Certified Orgs

3,200 instructors

1,400 Otec

30 ICDL Testing Centers

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Center for Innovation in Human Capital: Our Experience

Villa María Academy

Codelco

Education

Universidad Central

Empresa Nacional de Minería

Mining

Universidad del Pacífico

Minería Valle Central

Telefónica CTC Chile

Minera Los Pelambres

Contraloría Gral. De la República

Telefónica Móviles mAs

Ideal S.A.

Clínica Santa María

MIDEPLAN

Services

Tigre Chile S.A.

Banco Estado 24 Hrs. S.A.

Biblioteca Congreso Nacional

Electro Andina

ACHS

Industry

Public Instit.

ESSBIO

Banco ITAU

INDAP

Endesa

CENCOSUD

Consejo Producción Limpia

Agrosuper

Red Acuícola Coyhaique

CORFO

Private Networks

ENAP

Red AquaNorte

Servicio Civil

ESSCO

Red ConstruEduca

Superintendencia de Salud

Chilectra

Red Minera Educa

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Main Projects and Companies Developed

REGION I

Introduction of hirame

REGION V

Ignisterra Subsidiary

(lenga furniture)

REGION X

Berries La Unión Subsidiary

REGION VIIITecnoplant Subsidiary

(Radiata pine nursery)

Esmeralda

Subsidiary

(citrus fruits)

Procarne

Subsidiary

Granjanova Subsidiary

Punto Verde (vegetables)

Carpe Diem Subsidiary

(premium wines)

Granjasur Subsidiary (apples)

Salmones Antártica Subsidiary

Salmones Huilinco Subsidiary

REGION IV

Agronova subsidiary (citrus fruits)

Cultivos Achao Subsidiary (oysters)

M R.

Asparagus Program

Olive oil

American Subsidiary American Impressions (USA)

REGIÓN IX

Centec Subsidiary

(furniture parts and pieces)

Constructora e Inmobiliaria 2000 Subsidiary

REGIÓN XII

Salmotec Subsidiary

Tecnagro

Tecnofrío

(berries)

Introduction of halibut

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Projects and Companies in Process

REGION I

New fruit and vegetable alternatives (kumquat)

REGION III

Define agricultural alternatives

REGION X

Wheat Program

REGION V

S SRC and SPASA (abalone and turbot)

REGIÓN VIII

GCL subsidiary (quality)

Development of animal feed ingredients

Pigments for salmon farmers

Job competencies

SIF Subsidiary

Subsidiary Genfor (forestry biotechnology)

Stone fruit biotevhnology

Semillas Marinas Subsidiary

Restocking Chilean flounder

Pesca Sur Trade Fair

Quillaipe Experiment Center (vaccines, hake, craker)

Stone fruit and grapev ine genetics

New Plant Ingredients

Aquasur Trade Fair

Subsidiary Aquagestión Health Services

REGION II

Mining Job Competencies

Certfor

Forest Certification

Subsidiary Inacui

M.R..

Subsidiary

Vitro Chile

Native Forest Management Projects

Certifica Subsidiary

IV REGION

Cultimar

subsidiary

(oysters and turbot)

Subsidiary Chevrita (gourmet goat cheese)

Bioenergy

Habitability

Chemical Metrology Center

Stone fruit biotechnology

REGION IX

Animal feed ingredients development

Educar Chile y Relpe

Foods for children

Subsidiary CCE Chilean Sterilization Company

School Management

REGION XII

Magellans lamb development

Oleotop

subsidiary

(rapeseed oil)

Subsidiary Technopress

Subsidiary Regional Businesses

Subsidiary

Inversionistas Innovadores

Subsidiay GCL

Quality Management and Laboratory

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More than 75

companies created

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Where is the boundary of possibility?

New Boundary

Global

Knowledge

Local

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What is unique about the Fundación Chile model?

  • Public – private alliance. Privately controlled
  • Market oriented
  • Networks as basic assets for value creation and project scale-ups
  • Creation of companies to spread the innovation
  • The magic word is “Self-Financing”