Spanish electronics manufacturer Marine Instruments is launching its new Incubation Lab located at the company’s headquarters at Nigrán in Galicia.
Designed to nurture talent and to perform as a seedbed for new ideas and concepts, the Incubation Lab is managed by engineer and university lecturer Jaime Prado.
According to Marine Instruments, the objective is to attract young talent – students finishing a degree or masters in telecommunications, computer science, aeronautical engineering, physics, mathematics or other related disciplines, with the Incubation Lab seen as a transition space towards Marine Instruments, carrying out curricular internships or enabling the integration of their TFG or TFM in the company’s R&D department.
Although these students start at the bottom, Marine thinking is that they are trained within the company, develop professionally and become part of the staff. For these reasons, selection is based on ability to adapt to teamwork or values associated with the organisation as well as on technical skills or academic potential.