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    Dr. Eva Hevia, winner of the Emerging Talent Award

    The 40-year-old researcher, Eva Hevia, professor of inorganic chemistry at the University of Strathclyde (Scotland), has received the Emerging Talent Award by SRUK and the Banco Santander Foundation to her excellent academic career. During the award ceremony, Hevia highlighted the role of SRUK as a continuous source of support for Spanish Researchers in the United Kingdom.

    13/12/2016

    Cuatro

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    Researcher Eva Hevia receives in London the SRUK Emerging Talent Award

    The Asturian Eva Hevia, professor of inorganic chemistry at the University of Strathclyde (Scotland), has received the 2016 Talent Emergent Award granted by the Society of Spanish Researcher in the UK in collaboration with the Banco Santander Foundation in recognition to her impressive research career. Hevia will use the award to give visibility to ​​organometallic chemistry and strengthen collaborations with the Spanish scientific community.

    13/12/2016

    El Diario Vasco

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    Dr. Eva Hevia, winner of the Emerging Talent Award

    Eva Hevia, professor in Inorganic Chemistry at the University of Strathclyde (Scotland), receives in London the SRUK Emerging Talent Award. The awarded explained during the event that the prize will be used to establish collaborations among the Spanish scientific community and to promote Organometallic Chemistry which has the potential to bring important benefits to humanity. María Jiménez Sánchez, president of SRUK, and Ginés Morata praised Eva's CV.

    13/12/2016

    Ecodiario

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    Asturian researcher Eva Hevia, awarded for her scientific career

    Eva Hevia, professor at the University of Strathclyde (Scotland) has been awarded with the 1st Emerging Talent Award from the Society of Spanish Scientists in the United Kingdom (SRUK/CERU). Dr. Hevia defines her field of research, organometallic chemistry, as a fundamental one for improving medicines against diseases such as diabetes. In her speech during the presentation of the award, Dr. Hevia commented on the importance of giving priority to science in Spain to achieve greater development in our country.

    13/12/2016

    Radiotelevision del Principado de Asturias

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    The researcher Eva Hevia receives the SRUK Emerging Talent Award

    Eva Hevia, professor in Inorganic Chemistry at the University of Strathclyde (Scotland), receives in London the SRUK Emerging Talent Award. The awarded explained during the event that the prize will be used to establish collaborations among the Spanish scientific community and to promote Organometallic Chemistry which has the potential to bring important benefits to humanity. María Jiménez Sánchez, president of SRUK, and Ginés Morata praised Eva's CV.

    12/12/2016

    El Confidencial

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    Epigenetic experts meet at the SRUK Yorkshire Christmas seminar

    The Christmas seminar of SRUK-Yorkshire, mainly funded by Fundación Ramón Areces, focused on the latest advances in epigenetics. Manuel Esteller and Ron Chen, worldwide experts in the field, were part of the team of speakers that discussed the key role of epigenetics in different human diseases.

    28/11/2016

    FoxNews Latino

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    CERU organises a seminar with experts in epigenetics in Sheffield

    The Christmas seminar of SRUK-Yorkshire constituency was about the latest advances in epigenetics and the key role it plays in different human diseases. Manuel Esteller and Ron Chen, worldwide experts in the field, were part of the team of speakers. Fundación Ramón Areces mainly funded this third edition of the seminar.

    28/11/2016

    Globovision

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    Epigenetic experts meet at the SRUK Yorkshire Christmas seminar

    The Christmas seminar of SRUK-Yorkshire, mainly funded by Fundación Ramón Areces, focused on the latest advances in epigenetics. Manuel Esteller and Ron Chen, worldwide experts in the field, were part of the team of speakers that discussed the key role of epigenetics in different human diseases.

    28/11/2016

    Globovision

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    Epigenetic experts meet at the SRUK Yorkshire Christmas seminar

    The Christmas seminar of SRUK-Yorkshire, mainly funded by Fundación Ramón Areces, focused on the latest advances in epigenetics. Manuel Esteller and Ron Chen, worldwide experts in the field, were part of the team of speakers that discussed the key role of epigenetics in different human diseases.

    28/11/2016

    El Yucatan

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    CERU Christmas seminar brings together experts in epigenetics to Sheffield

    The Christmas seminar of SRUK-Yorkshire constituency was about the latest advances in epigenetics and the key role it plays in different human diseases. Manuel Esteller and Ron Chen, worldwide experts in the field, were part of the team of speakers. Fundación Ramón Areces mainly funded this third edition of the seminar.

    28/11/2016

    El Especial Hispanos en USA

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