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    What is the problem with the Science Pact?

    Analisis of the need of a Science Pact in Spain. The author mentions SRUK article "Time for a Science Pact" previously pubished in El Pais.

    11/03/2017

    El Pais

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    Breaking stereotypes: Athena scientists

    Nerea Irigoyen Vergara, Director of SRUK International Affairs, described the SRUK survey results about Equality and Perception of Women in Science. Gender and maternity were emphasized as obstacles to professional promotion; whereas the lack of female roles in senior positions represents a great challenge. Surprisingly, 60% of male survey respondents considered women as good leaders. Also, the importance of initiatives such as Athena SWAN and the Dorothy Hodgkin fellowships for Gender Equality and labour conciliation in academia were highlighted.

    07/03/2017

    El País

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    Time for a Science Pact

    The Spanish government has not yet implemented any of the science measures proposed during the election campaign. Fidel Alfaro and Emma Martinez Sánchez, from the Science Policy Committee of the Society of Spanish Researchers in the United Kingdom (SRUK), analyse the first 100 days of the legislature to find common points to urgently implement the improvements that the Spanish Research and Science system needs.

    06/02/2017

    El Pais

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    The talent prize that flies the Spanish flag for organometallic chemistry

    Hevia, professor of inorganic chemisty at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, described herself as a “molecular architect” after receiving the Society of Spanish Researchers in the UK’s inaugural Emerging Talent Award at the Spanish Embassy in London this week.

    14/12/2016

    Nature Jobs Blog

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    The Asturian researcher Eva Hevia receives the "Emergent Talent" prize in the United Kingdom

    The Asturian researcher Eva Hevia received yesterday the prize "Emergent Talent" 2016 in London, granted by the Spanish Researchers in the United Kingdom Society (SRUK). During the ceremony, held at the Spanish embassy in London, Hevia explained how she will allocate the prize to strengthen relations between the Spanish scientific community and give visibility to the area of ​​organometallic chemistry.

    13/12/2016

    La Nueva España

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    Researcher Eva Hevia receives in London the SRUK Emerging Talent Award

    Asturian researcher, Eva Hevia, was awarded today in London with the Emerging Talent Award 2016 granted by the Society of Spanish Researchers in the United Kingdom Society (SRUK). The 40-year-old award-winner explained during the ceremony held at the Spanish embassy in the British capital that she will allocate the prize amount to strengthen relations between the Spanish scientific community and give visibility to the area of ​​organometallic chemistry. "The representation of this field is quite limited in Spain and yet it has great potential to benefit humanity," Hevia said.

    13/12/2016

    El Dia

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    Dr. Eva Hevia, winner of the Emerging Talent Award

    Dr. Hevia, professor at the University of Strathclyde (Scotland) received the SRUK Emerging Talent Award from the Society of Spanish Researchers in the United Kingdom in recognition of her successful scientific career. The event took place at the Spanish Embassy in London. This award, supported by the Banco Santander Foundation, served to praise the excellent scientific career developed by Dr. Hevia, who will dedicate this prize to promote collaborations between the British and Spanish scientific communities and to give more visibility to the Organometallic chemistry because of its great potential to benefit humanity.

    13/12/2016

    La Vanguardia

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    Santander Bank and SRUK give the 2016 Emerging Talent Award

    Dr. Hevia, professor at the University of Strathclyde (Scotland) received the SRUK Emerging Talent Award from the Society of Spanish Researchers in the United Kingdom in recognition of her successful scientific career. The event took place at the Spanish Embassy in London. This award, supported by the Banco Santander Foundation, served to praise the excellent scientific career developed by Dr. Hevia, who will dedicate this prize to promote collaborations between the British and Spanish scientific communities and to give more visibility to the Organometallic chemistry because of its great potential to benefit humanity.

    13/12/2016

    Noticias Bancarias

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    The Asturian researcher Eva Hevia receives the "Emergent Talent" prize in the United Kingdom

    Asturian researcher, Eva Hevia, was awarded today in London with the Emerging Talent Award 2016 granted by the Society of Spanish Researchers in the United Kingdom Society (SRUK). The 40-year-old award-winner explained during the ceremony held at the Spanish embassy in the British capital that she will allocate the prize amount to strengthen relations between the Spanish scientific community and give visibility to the area of ​​organometallic chemistry. "The representation of this field is quite limited in Spain and yet it has great potential to benefit humanity," Hevia said.

    13/12/2016

    La Voz de Asturias

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    The Asturian researcher Eva Hevia receives the "Emergent Talent" prize in the United Kingdom

    Asturian researcher, Eva Hevia, was awarded today in London with the Emerging Talent Award 2016 granted by the Society of Spanish Researchers in the United Kingdom Society (SRUK). The 40-year-old award-winner explained during the ceremony held at the Spanish embassy in the British capital that she will allocate the prize amount to strengthen relations between the Spanish scientific community and give visibility to the area of ​​organometallic chemistry. "The representation of this field is quite limited in Spain and yet it has great potential to benefit humanity," Hevia said.

    13/12/2016

    Gente Digital

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