Press releases

    SRUK/CERU contributes to the career development of a young researcher from Cadiz

    SRUK/CERU has awarded a Travel Grant to the PhD student Julio M. Rios de la Rosa to attend the Nanomedicine & Drug Delivery Symposium" on Nanomedicine and Drug Administration (NanoDDS) to be held at the John Hopkins University Baltimore, USA) in September.

    21/08/2016

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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.

    21/08/2016

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    CERU/SRUK promotes the international projection of a young researcher from Alzira (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 ) in August.

    21/08/2016

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

    Miriam Cubas, a young researcher from Guadalajara, has been awarded with a Travel Grant from SRUK/CERU to attend the Congress of the European Association of Archaeologists that will take place in Vilnius (Lithuania) in September.

    21/08/2016

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    Banco Santander Foundation and the Society of Spanish Researchers in the UK awarded the 1st SRUK Emerging Talent Award 2016

    The Spanish researcher in the UK, Eva Hevia, awarded with the Emerging Talent Award, a pioneer award sponsored by Banco Santander Foundation with the aim of recognizing young Spanish scientists in the UK. At 40, Hevia, Professor at the University of Strathclyde, is a young talent, and a reference inspiring role of women in the Spanish science of the future. SRUK and Banco Santander Foundation seek with this inititative to support young talent and encourage the commitment of institutions and companies with Spanish scientists within and outside our borders and create bridges to transfer knowledge.

    14/07/2016

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    Científicos Españoles ante el reto de las relaciones entre Reino Unido y España

    Press Release on the 4th International Symposium SRUK/CERU which took place on 9-10 July in London. With the presence of leading experts who have talked about the current state of Spanish science in the international context and the future of the UK after the Brexit. Also, Spanish researchers currently developing their career in the UK have presented the latest scientific advances in their field.

    11/07/2016

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    (ENGLISH) Press release of the Society of Spanish Researchers in the UK in relation to the EU referendum Pre

    The embassy of Spain has stated that the situation of Spanish scientists and residents in the UK will not change in the next two years. The society of Spanish scientists in the UK will continue to work to enhance international partnerships between the UK and Spain.

    24/06/2016

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    Press release of the Society of Spanish Researchers in the UK in relation to the referendum

    According to a statement from the Embassy the situation of Spanish researchers residents in UK will not change in the next two years. From the society of Spanish Researchers in the UK we will continue to work to enhance international partnerships between the UK and Spain.

    24/06/2016

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    Fundacion Banco Sandanter and SRUK presents the Emerging Talent award 2016

    Banco Santander Foundation and the Society of Spanish Researchers in the UK (SRUK/CERU) present the first edition of the SRUK Emerging Talent Award 2016. The award consist in fourteen thousand pounds to cover any aspect that helps the development of the research career of the awardee.

    14/03/2016

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    Press Release: Humanities and Science “diluting the limits”

    The first trip of our life is difficult, painful and traumatic, almost a disease. The foetus has to go through a very difficult passage and is forced to twist and bend to get out completely. Have you ever wondered what is the evolutionary reason why childbirth is painful and difficult or why our children are born as helpless only in our specie? Today at Hughes Hall College in Cambridge the worldwide known paleoanthropologist Professor Juan Luis Arsuaga opened the Humanities and Science Seminar with an enlightening dissertation. He revealed the secrets buried with our ancestors that explain the way of living of our modern society by studying evolution of childbirth. Arsuaga’s talk was followed by an inspiring talk by Professor Rodrigo Quiran-Quiroga described as the “interpreter of neurons”.

    12/02/2016

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