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    The Society of Spanish Researchers in the UK awards the first “Art and Science” prizes.

    The first exhibition and the awards ceremony of the “Art and Science, a SRUK initiative” was held on Saturday in London. With this initiative, the Society of Spanish Researchers in the UK (SRUK/CERU) aims to establish a space to favor the synergy between Art and Science.

    19/06/2017

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    The Society of Spanish Researchers in the UK awards the first “Art and Science” prizes.

    The first exhibition and the awards ceremony of the “Art and Science, a SRUK initiative” was held teh 17th of June in London. With this initiative, the Society of Spanish Researchers in the UK (SRUK/CERU) aims to establish a space to favor the synergy between Art and Science.

    19/06/2017

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    Nanotechnology leaders discussed in Manchester the revolutionary applications of this ‘tiny’ science (spanish version)

    In commemoration of the 5th Anniversary of the Society of Spanish Researchers in United Kingdom (SRUK), the seminar “Nanotechnology and its applications” took place in Manchester, supported by the Ramón Areces Foundation and the Instituto Cervantes.

    08/05/2017

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    Nanotechnology leaders discussed in Manchester the revolutionary applications of this ‘tiny’ science (english version)

    In commemoration of the 5th Anniversary of the Society of Spanish Researchers in United Kingdom (SRUK), the seminar “Nanotechnology and its applications” took place in Manchester, supported by the Ramón Areces Foundation and the Instituto Cervantes.

    08/05/2017

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    Experts in CRISPR technology meet in Edinburgh to discuss how gene editing can change our future

    To celebrate the SRUK V Anniversary SRUK, the Scottish Constituency held a symposium on CRISPR in Edinburgh with the support of the Ramon Areces Foundation

    18/04/2017

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    The future of Spanish Researchers in the UK, conditioned by Brexit

    The Society of Spanish Researchers in the United Kingdom (SRUK) has published a statement that outlines the main concerns of their members surrounding Brexit and proposes a series of measures to reduce the impact on the Research and Innovation (R&I) sector.

    06/04/2017

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    The future of Spanish Researchers in the UK, conditioned by Brexit

    The Society of Spanish Researchers in the United Kingdom (SRUK) has published a statement that outlines the main concerns of their members surrounding Brexit and proposes a series of measures to reduce the impact on the Research and Innovation (R&I) sector.

    06/04/2017

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    Eva Hevia, professor at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow receives the 2016 SRUK Emerging Talent Award

    The Society of Spanish Researchers in the UK (SRUK) and Banco Santander Foundation hosted the Reception Ceremony of the 2016 SRUK Emerging Talent Award at the Spanish Embassy in London. Prof Eva Hevia (Gijón, 1976), researcher professor at the University of Strathclyde (Glasgow), received the award in recognition for her excellent academic career and her commitment to promote science, mentor new researchers and establish international collaborations between the UK and Spain.

    13/12/2016

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    Eva Hevia, professor at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow receives the 2016 SRUK Emerging Talent Award

    The Society of Spanish Researchers in the UK (SRUK) and Banco Santander Foundation hosted the Reception Ceremony of the 2016 SRUK Emerging Talent Award at the Spanish Embassy in London. Prof Eva Hevia (Gijón, 1976), researcher professor at the University of Strathclyde (Glasgow), received the award in recognition for her excellent academic career and her commitment to promote science, mentor new researchers and establish international collaborations between the UK and Spain.

    13/12/2016

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    Experts in Epigenetics meet in Sheffield to discuss novel strategies in the fight against cancer

    • The third Christmas Seminar held by the Society of Spanish Researchers in the United Kingdom (SRUK) in Sheffield and financially supported by the Ramón Areces Foundation brought together the experts in epigenetics Dr. Manel Esteller and Dr. Ron Chen, who presented the latest developments in epigenetics research and its relevance in the development of new treatments for diseases such as cancer, Parkinson's or Alzheimer's.

    28/11/2016

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