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    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.

    10/09/2016

    Language Today

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    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.

    14/08/2016

    El Faro de Vigo

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    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).

    13/08/2016

    Levante La Ribera

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    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

    04/08/2016

    EMBO Press

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    Emerging Talent Award to Prof. Eva Hevia

    Just over forty years old, the young Dr. Eva Hevia, Professor of Inorganic Chemistry at the Scottish University of Strathclyde, has been awarded with the 2016 SRUK Emerging Talent Award, a recently created award granted by Banco Santander Foundation and the Society of Spanish Researchers in the United Kingdom (SRUK).

    23/07/2016

    Pronoticias

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    Brexit generates uncertainty in the Spanish community of scientists working in the United Kingdom

    After the Brexit referendum, the Spanish scientists working in the islands find themselves in a situation of uncertainty as the consequences of the referendum are still not clear. Listen to María Jiménez, new president of SRUK discuss about the effect on Science.

    18/07/2016

    RNE, "A Hombros de Gigantes"

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    Brexit generates uncertainty in the Spanish community of scientists working in the United Kingdom

    After the referendum that took place the 23rd of June, British voted the exit of the European Union (EU), a decision that will affect not only research made in the United Kingdom but also of the whole EU. The Spanish scientists working in the islands find themselves in a situation of uncertainty as the consequences of the referendum on free movement of people and funding resources are still not clear.

    18/07/2016

    El Mundo

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    Eva Hevia, from Gijón, I Emergent Talent SRUK Award

    The researcher Eva Hevia, originally from Gijón and currently a Reader in Inorganic Chemistry at the University of Strathclyde (Scotland), has been awarded the I Emergent Talent from SRUK in recognition for her professional career in the United Kingdom and highlights that the panel of judges sees Eva as a model for female scientists

    15/07/2016

    La Nueva España (Gijón)

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    Eva Hevia, First Emerging Talent Award from the SpEva Hevia, First Emerging Talent Award from the Spanish Researchers in the UK and Banco Santander Foundation.

    The Spanish researcher Eva Hevia was the first awarded by the Emerging Talent Award of the Society of Spanish Researchers in the United Kingdom, a pioneer award sponsored by the Banco Santander Foundation to recognize Spanish youth scientists in the United Kingdom.

    14/07/2016

    Europa Press

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    Gijon researcher Eva Hevia, I SRUK Emerging Talent Award 2016 Eva

    Eva Hevia was awarded with the Emerging Talent Award of the Society of Spanish Researchers in the UK, a pioneer award sponsored by the Banco Santander Foundation to recognize spanish youth scientists in the United Kingdom.

    14/07/2016

    El Comercio Digital de Asturias

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