The Society of Spanish Researchers in the United Kingdom (SRUK/CERU) started in June 2011, but was officially established in July 2012. This is a summary of the History of the Society, depicting each of its activities, meetings, and events.

    Apr'14 09

    IV Pint of Knowledge in Cambridge

    IV Pint of Knowledge in Cambridge entitled “The Chemistry of Peptides: "small proteins" fighting "big diseases"” presented by Albert Isidro, Medicinal Chemist at the University of Cambridge and Pharmaceutical Industry at The Panton Arms Pub, Cambridge, UK.
    Apr'14 07

    SRUK meets the president of the British Spanish Society

    Lorenzo Melchor and María Hernández-Fuentes, president and vice-president of SRUK/CERU, respectively, meet the vice-president of the British Spanish Society to discuss future collaborations between both societies.
    Apr'14 07

    President of SRUK/CERU interviewed by Madri+d

    Lorenzo Melchor, president of SRUK/CERU is interviewed by Madri+d Foundation as part of a mutual collaboration.
    Apr'14 05

    First meeting of Científicos Retornados a España (CRE)

    First meeting of the group “Científicos Retornados a España” (CRE) in Madrid, Spain, created by former members of SRUK/CERU who have returned to Spain.
    Mar'14 28

    SRUK/CERU at “Developing networks in global science and technology” at the University of West London

    Lorenzo Melchor, president of SRUK/CERU, is invited to participate in a one-day networking event on the theme of “Developing networks in global science and technology” at the University of West London. The specific focus of this research is a study of mobility, migration and networking in the Cuban scientific community, as part of a scientific diaspora.
    Mar'14 27

    SRUK/CERU Roundtable "Science and Publishing"

    SRUK/CERU organises a roundtable at Imperial College London, as part of the Cycle of Seminars and Roundtables organised by SRUK/CERU-OCSA (sponsored by Fundación Ramón Areces), entitled “Science and Publishing: Past, present and future of the scientific journals” with three experienced panellists representing PloS.org, F1000Research & International Journal of Developmental Biology, followed by a discussion about Open Access in Science.
    Mar'14 24

    5th Webinar CERFA/CERU

    5th Webinar CERFA/CERU entitled “NeuroWebinar: Neuroscience’s Frontiers-Challenges for 2020” with the participation of four speakers, experts in different aspects of Neuroscience.