Ikerlan is a technological research centre, within the network of technology centres in the Basque Country. It was founded in 1974 within what is currently the Mondragon Cooperative (Mondragon Cooperative Corporation). Its main activities are focused on product development, the study of processes or services related to the product, as well as new developments in the energy sector. The research team, in the field of micro-technologies, is currently made up of 18 people who constitute a powerful group of researchers with specialization and training to offer comprehensive solutions in various real-life applications. These real applications will focus primarily on the household, health, energy and agri-food sectors. The technological lines in which its activity is defined are microfluidics, microsensors, encapsulation and integration of microsystems, organic electronica. Other technological lines that are considered in the short term are microfluidic card architectures, polymer micro valves and microbots, electrochemical microsensors, components of organic electronics, quick diagnostic platforms. It has 300 m2 of laboratories in the White Room different areas and equipped with instruments and equipment for micro-fabrication and development of micro-nanotechnologies. Laboratory of Photolithography of class 100/ Laboratory of Processes of class 1000/ abortion of characterization of class 1000. Laboratory of Chemical Baths of class 1000 and Laboratory of Encapsulation and Integration of class 10,000. In addition to those indicated, it is fundamental equipment for the design and simulation of microdevices and microstructures. Rafa Raya López has been awarded the prize for the Best Robotics Thesis of 2012 by the Spanish Committee of Automatic, CEA. Juan Camilo Moreno Sastoque, winner of the TR35 Spain 2012 Prize awarded by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Antonio Hernando, winner of the National Research Award (2011) of the Institute of Applied Magnetism. Imserso Awards "InfantaCristina" (2011) José L. Pons Rovira and Juan C. Moreno Sastoque for his work entitled "Functional compensation of the pathological gait through an intelligent lower limb orthosis". The second prize of 1,500 euros was awarded to the CSIC Bioengineering Group (CAR) for the project New Robotic Vehicle for Integral Rehabilitation of Children with Cerebral Palsy and other Alterations of Similar Etiology and Evolution.