Founder. Owner

Born October 29, 1928. Degree in Chemistry from the University of California in Berkeley; married María Cristina Rivera in 1959; three sons, one daughter. Deceased, April 16, 2004.

Founder, Owner

Degrees in Chemistry, Pharmacology and Biology from the National Autonomous University of Mexico; Master’s Degree in Microbiology from Universidad Iberoamericana.

Chief Executive Officer.
Member owner

B.A. in Law from Universidad Anáhuac y la UNAM/ENEP Acatlán. Member of the Public and Finance Law Workshop of UNAM/ENEP Acatlán from 1983 until 1986; member of the Committee on Patents of the Mexican Association for the Protection of Industrial Property (AMPPI).

Chief Innovation Officer
Member owner

Degree in Industrial Engineering from Universidad Anáhuac, México. Holds Master’s Degree in Engineering Management from the McCormick School of Engineering and the Kellogg School of Business of Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois.

Biochemical Engineer.

Graduated from the National School of Biological Sciences of the National Polytechnic Institute in 1981, with postgraduate studies in Food Technology at the National Polytechnic Institute from 1985 to 1988. Biochemical researcher at the Mexican Technological Research Institute (IMIT), 1983 to 1995, at the time the Institute was closed down.

Pharmacobiological Chemist

Arturo Cardoso Sámano completed the Pharmacobiological Chemist degree at UNAM. He worked in the Mexican Industrial Property Institute, where he took different courses in Intellectual Property, such as a Regional Seminar on Intellectual Property for Latin American Countries (WIMO, EPO and OEPM); the First Regional Seminar on Industrial Property and Competition Defense (OEPM), a Patentability Criteria Seminar, Search and Exam of Patents for IberoAmerican authorities, etc.

B.A. in Public Accounting.

Graduated from the School of Higher Business and Administration Studies of the National Polytechnic Institute in 1996. Has performed accounting, tax, administrative and human resources functions.