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    What is the Brexit and the consequences for European research

    To value the impact on science of this divorce is not an easy task . "Uncertainty" is the first word that Eduardo Oliver, researcher at Imperial College London and president of the Society of Spanish Researchers in the UK utters at speaking of the overall consequences of Brexit.

    14/07/2016

    El Confidencial

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    Eva Hevia, 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

    14/07/2016

    El Cultural

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    Eva Hevia, 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.

    14/07/2016

    La Vanguardia

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    Eva Hevia, I Emergent Talent SRUK Award

    El Periódico de Aragón publishes: 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.

    14/07/2016

    El Periódico de Aragón

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    Eva Hevia, 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.

    14/07/2016

    El Periódico

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    Spanish researchers face the challenge of relations between the UK and Spain

    The Society of Spanish Researchers in the UK, have held its Fourth International Symposium to present the scientific contributions to science and technology of their members in a multidisciplinary conference that took place at the University College of London . They have also discussed the current state of Spanish science in the UK after the Brexit and the international current context.

    11/07/2016

    Madri+d

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    Spanish scientists discuss in London about the “Brexit” consequences for research.

    During the SRUK anual meeting held at the University College of London, around 150 scientists participated and presented their work in areas such as neuroscience , biomedicine, climate change, engineering and nano-engineering. In this conference, the possible impact of “Brexit”on the researchers careers were also discussed.

    10/07/2016

    EFE

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    Spanish scientists debate in London on the consequences of "brexit"

    The Society of Spanish Researchers in the United Kingdom ( SRUK ) held a meeting in London where they discussed the possible impact of UK exit from the European Union on the researchers careers.

    10/07/2016

    El Confidencial

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    Radio interview to the new and former SRUK directors during the fourth symposium of SRUK held in London.

    During SRUK annual meeting, the board positions have been renewed. Listen to Radio X interview to Eduardo Oliver (outgoing President) and Maria Jimenez Sanchez (incoming President) opinions about the past, present and future of the society.

    10/07/2016

    Radio X

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    Brexit generates uncertainty in Spanish professional emigrants

    SRUK calculates that nowadays there are around 3,000 Spanish researchers working in the UK, half of them in the biomedical sector. SRUK highlights the importance of scientific collaborations and encourages researchers not to lose everything that has been accomplished by those international relations, in unity lies strength.

    01/07/2016

    La Gaceta Médica

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