Multiceras, through the Candelilla Institute and in association with a research team from the Instituto Tecnologico de Cd. Madero, Tamaulipas, has started a joint scientific-technical project to determine the properties and the probable technological and social applications of the natural waste from the dehydration of Candelilla. The project was undertaken due to Multiceras commitment to environmental responsibility and product sustainability.
Ends Research Project of the Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon. JUNE. 10/2009.- Since 2007 The Candelilla Institute in conjunction with the School of Biological Sciences signed a cooperation agreement to develop two important investigations related to the exploitation of the candelilla plant. a) Vegetative Propagation of Candelilla (Euphorbia antisyphilitica, Zucc.) in their natural habitat. b) Continue Reading
It performs the 1st Workshop on Conservation, Use and Trade in Mexico Candelilla. DEC. 01/2008 Under Mexico’s commitments to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES for its acronym in English) CONABIO, as Scientific Authority, invited the Candelilla Institute to participate at a workshop on the conservation, use Continue Reading