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    Research nowadays in the UK: state of the art research and uncertainty

    Maria Jimenez, SRUK president, explains the situation for Spanish Researchers in the UK after Brexit and the differences between scientific careers in Spain and UK

    14/06/2017

    Tribuna Complutense

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    Spanish brain drain during the crisis

    The two main data bases containing CVs of researchers, ORCID and ResearchGate, show that 2.400 Spanish researchers left Spain during the crisis. From the 2.400, 342 are working in the UK and María Jiménez explains the change there has been on the emigration of scientists: the Spanish researchers that used to come to the UK to gain experience and then return to Spain, now they come to stay.

    27/05/2017

    El Periodico

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    Doing research in Spain?

    Three Spanish researchers show the current situation of science in Spain. Eva Hevia, winner of SRUK Emerging Talent Award 2016 is one of them.

    27/05/2017

    El Peirodico

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    The Society of Spanish Researchers in the UK and Banco Santander Foundation present the Emerging Talent Award

    SRUK and the Banco Santander Foundation have presented the second edition of the CERU 2017 Emerging Talent Award. This £ 14,000 award, aims to recognize and support the career of a young Spanish researcher working in the United Kingdom.

    12/05/2017

    El Periodico

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    Announcement of the Second edition of the SRUK Emerging Talent Award

    SRUK and the Banco Santander Foundation have presented the second edition of the CERU 2017 Emerging Talent Award. This award, aims to recognize and support the career of a young Spanish researcher working in the United Kingdom.

    12/05/2017

    EFE Futuro

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    The Society of Spanish Researchers in the UK and Banco Santander Foundation present the Emerging Talent Award

    SRUK and the Banco Santander Foundation have presented the second edition of the CERU 2017 Emerging Talent Award. This award, aims to recognize and support the career of a young Spanish researcher working in the United Kingdom.

    12/05/2017

    La Vanguardia

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    Banco Santander and SRUK present the II Edition of the Emerging Talent Award

    Banco Santander, in collaboration with the Society of Spanish Researchers in the UK (SRUK), has presented the second edition of the SRUK 2017 Emerging Talent Award with a prize of 14,000 GPB (more than 16,000 €) to aid the development of the researcher's career. This initiative of Banco Santander and SRUK aims to recognize and support the career of a young Spanish researcher who is working in the United Kingdom.

    12/05/2017

    Noticias Bancarias

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    Concerns of the Spanish researchers living in the UK

    Interview with María Jiménez, president of SRUK, on the new scenario opened after the beginning of the process of the United Kingdom separation from the European Union where around 5000 Spanish researchers are working in public and private institutions.

    17/04/2017

    El Diario

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    30% of Spanish researchers in the UK are changing their future due to Brexit consequences.

    SRUK vicepresident, Dr. Estrella Luna Díez spoke about the uncertainty after the Brexit referendum. Currently, more than 5000 Spanish researchers are carrying out their research in the UK. According to CERU’s survey among its members, more than 60% of them believe that both their personal and professional lives will be affected. Many of these researchers plan to leave the UK, while 43% are still waiting for the events development to happen. Such decisions are likely to lead to a large loss of skilled professionals, says Dr. Luna.

    31/03/2017

    CEEI Valencia

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    30% of Spanish researchers in the UK are changing their future due to Brexit consequences.

    SRUK vicepresident, Dr. Estrella Luna Díez spoke about the uncertainty after the Brexit referendum. Currently, more than 5000 Spanish researchers are carrying out their research in the UK. According to CERU’s survey among its members, more than 60% of them believe that both their personal and professional lives will be affected. Many of these researchers plan to leave the UK, while 43% are still waiting for the events development to happen. Such decisions are likely to lead to a large loss of skilled professionals, says Dr. Luna.

    30/03/2017

    Comunica't

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