The Spanish Science Industry Association, INEUSTAR, is a Spanish, non-profit, professional and private association of industrial companies dedicated to conception, design, construction, exploitation and maintenance of the scientific instruments and facilities, in order to contribute to the progress of science and technology, as well as to the strengthening of the innovation.

INEUSTAR’s scope of action is the whole Spanish area, its work philosophy is a network of companies, research centers, universities and support organizations and institutions that collaborate together. Its horizon and work objectives include all facilities’ projects and scientific programs along the world and, in particular, those where Spain participates with a specific contribution. 



INEUSTAR is a professional association under the Organic Law 1/2002 (22 March), and consists of companies that voluntarily wish to associate. The companies dedicate a relevant part of their activities to Science Industry, are admitted in the Association by the Governing Board as the Statutes and Internal Rules Regime establish.



Working for the benefit of the Spanish Science Industry, achieving the increment of its participation in the supply of projects, equipment, systems and services for the national and international Big Scientific Facilities (BSF).

Contributing, with a joint effort, to the creation of advanced knowledge to be used in other areas in industry.

Incrementing the number of Spanish companies that participate in such projects.

Participating and supporting Spanish candidacies for BSFs and collaborate with the Academia in the related educational aspects. 



To mentor the Spanish Science Industry in the joint actions, representing it and being the spokesperson and main agent in front of third parties.



Participatory democracy.

Efficient management.

Planned strategic results orientation.

Solidarity among associates and vocation of service.

Teamwork and collaboration with the scientific community, the public administration and the Academia.