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    Dr. Javier Escudero, roving director of SRUK described the progress in the science´s support in Spain during the last 30 years. Dr. Escudero talked about SRU /CERU workforce in the interaction between British and Spanish scientists, as well as its participation in the promotion of Science in Spain at medium and long term. Following his comments on Brexit, R & D Investment and support for talent attraction, the interview with Dr. Escudero ended with a debate on the importance of support for Science in Spain.


    Onda Diaspora


    An Award to promote diversity in Science

    The First Edition of the International Science Toy Award is sponsored by SRUK. This contest wants to bring the attention to the great influence that our environment plays in our motivation, interests, and in our careers. In Andrea Alenda’s words, "A scientist or engineer is not born, it is made".




    SRUK in “Orion’s belt”program, Radio San Vicente

    Susana de Lucas, SRUK Press Officer explains the Society activities and achievements in the science outreach program “Orion’s belt”, in Radio San Vicente.


    El cinturón de Orión, Radio San Vicente


    Why Spain has many less Nobel Prizes than other countries?

    After the Nobel Prize Award, the question arises: Why Spain has many less Nobel Prizes than other countries? María Jiménez, president of SRUK, explains how the UK understands the investment in science as a long-term investment that benefits all citizens and its independence of political cycles as one of the reasons for UK number of Nobel Prizes.


    El Confidencial


    SRUK in Nature Jobs career event

    María Jiménez, president of SRUK/CERU participated in the panel “How to succeed in academia” within Naturejobs Career Expos 2016 held in London last September


    Nature Jobs


    “Science lives also beyond the lab”.

    The new episode of the program “15 dates with Science” created by Fundación Lilly interviews Dr. Lorenzo Melchor, the scientific coordinator working at the Cultural and Scientific Affairs Office of the Spanish Embassy in London. Melchor, first president of the Spanish Researchers Society in UK (SRUK/CERU), speaks about the need to promote Science in Spain. Dr. Melchor finds it crucial to bring scientists into different areas such Policy, Diplomacy and into the general public, making Science a State priority.




    Estrella Luna, vicepresident of SRUK interview in Language Today

    The role of SRUK in the world of research and how the uncertainty surrounding Brexit is affecting researchers in UK are highlighted by Dr Estrella Luna Díez, Vice President of the SRUK, in an interview for Languages Today Magazine.


    Language Today


    CERU/SRUK promotes the international projection of a young researcher from Galicia

    Elena Garcia Martin awarded with a SRUK/CERU Travel Grant to participate in the International Congress of Oceanography "Gordon Research Conference" recently held in Hong Kong.


    El Faro de Vigo


    CERU/SRUK promotes the international projection of a young researcher from Valencia

    Javier Monzó, a young researcher from Alzira, awarded with a SRUK/CERU Travel Grant to attend the International Congress of Electrochemistry to be held in The Hague (Netherlands).


    Levante La Ribera


    What's the best we can do for European Science?

    The Professor Stephen Curry was an invited speaker in The SRUK Symposium 2016. In his talk ‘After the referendum: what’s the best we can do for European science?”, he specially pointed out how very few British researchers supported the Leave campaign because of the obvious bad consequences on British research


    EMBO Press