“Everything that we see today was once an imagination, everything that we imagine today could be reality tomorrow” Willian Blake


The Foundation aims to promote a culture of knowledge related to regenerative medicine, a specialty that applies the principles of engineering and life sciences in the manufacture of biological substitutes to maintain and improve the function of organs and tissues the human body. The promotion of economic activities in all sectors of production initiatives that favor an interdisciplinary social debate regarding the care of people or groups at risk of social exclusion for reasons of physical, social, economic, cultural, and racial nature or gender; this service is offered due to the universal defense based on the principle of economic equality. The defense of the state of welfare in relation to the right to life and the promotion of civic values ​​and democratic principles of solidarity character. The promotion of scientific initiatives whose objective is to find solutions to the health problems that still remain without a cure. The evolution of tissue engineering is an expanding process in the industry and we are aware that regenerative medicine is going to transform the healthcare industry in the 21st century. The fight against aging is one of our goals. Everyone should enjoy a free and productive life, not only in its early years, but also at age 90 and on. Through regenerative medicine we can imagine new alternative ways of life different from those we already know. We don’t know what the future holds, but we are going to try because the future is still a long way off. We think that in the year 2030 a person with 90 years of age can be as healthy as one who is 50 years old today. The opportunity to build toward the future lies in regenerative medicine and from here we want to help make a healthier future for us. Fifty years ago, British science fiction writer, Arthur C. Clarke formulated three laws related to scientific advancement. The first said that if a scientist affirms that something is possible, surely it’s true, but if he says that it is impossible, he is probably wrong. The second insisted that the only way to discover the limits of what is possible was to approach the impossible. The third said that any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. They were science fiction, but this theory holds the unique technology to be able to imagine these kind of future realities even if they are improbable. This singular technology points to a technological process and to the arrival of the artificial intelligence as the tools to finish with the “human age” and which will give rise to the “post human age”. Until now an unthinkable milestone in a world in which the digital gap and societal inequality continue being proof that in certain countries around the world there is still unequal access to healthcare and technology. The brain is world’s most complex structure, and also the only organ that hasn’t been made yet artificially. However, scientists are already studying the brain in a systematic way and this will trigger to an artificial technology rise. Plans to help understand the human brain, simulate computationally its function, which makes preview that in the following years humans will combine with robots and with feelings.


Txetxu Mazuelas Angulo

Presidente Fundación Vidaplus, Licenciado en Ciencias de la Información, Empresario


Secretario Fundación Vidaplus

Javier Cabo Salvador

Chairman director Consejo Científico

Comité Médico Científico

Javier Cabo Salvador

Chairman director Consejo Científico

Ramón Risco

Consejo Científico

Noel García Medel

Consejo Científico

Comité Jurídico/Humanista

Carlos Rodríguez Sau

Ciencias Sociales

Gonzalo Ruiz Utrilla


Néstor Kreimer

Presidente de Kuantica S.A.