Research and development

Research and development

Collaboration with several national bodies and university departments

  • The Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Piacenza e Cremona
  • The Seconda Università degli Studi di Napoli (SUN) di Caserta
  • The University of Naples “Federico II”

These entities are partners of the Campania Bioscience Scarl Technology District, which was founded in 2013 by 55 partners, including 7 research organisations, 46 companies and 2 technology transfer units, to respond to the need to coordinate and enhance scientific expertise and the number of industrial players operating in the life sciences field in Campania, according to a European perspective of smart specialisation.

Marino participates in Italy’s school-work experience programme (RASL) and delivers educational courses to high school students. In addition, we can stipulate specific agreements for internships and theory or practice-based training internships in collaboration with research centres, national bodies, and pre- and postgraduate university centres.


Member of the High-Technology District Campania Bioscience

The High-Technology District Campania Bioscience, established in 2013, is made up of 55 members including 8 research organisations, 47 enterprises and 2 Technology Transfer Structures, in order to meet the need to coordinate and enhance the scientific know-how and the offer of the industrial players operating in the Campania region in the field of life sciences, with a European view to smart specialisation.


Research and development

Marino is equipped with an independent research and development (R&D) centre.

Our R&D centre is constantly engaged in technical and scientific activities in the food, environmental, and non-food sectors, with the aim of studying new analytical methodologies and suggesting market solutions capable of responding to the needs of an increasingly demanding and expert clientele.

Our solutions are: