SRUK/CERU Blog team

1, 2, 3… Explore! is the blog of the Society of Spanish Researchers in the United Kingdom (SRUK/CERU). The SRUK/CERU Blog started in 2016, with the aim to disseminate the research of our members to the public, even though now we are also collaborating with both SRUK/CERU members and non-members. In that way, our readers can learn more about different interests and opinions in diverse scientific fields.

Would you like to spread the word about your research to the general public? Do you have a science-related story to tell? Would you like to communicate your life experience as a researcher? Then the SRUK/CERU Blog is your chance to write about it! We are always looking for new contributions so, if this sounds like something you would be keen on doing, please contact our co-editors in chief at [email protected].

Current Team Members

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Sandra Álvarez Carretero

SRUK/CERU Web Manager | Co-chair of the Evolution Committee (FM) | Co-editor-in-chief of the SRUK/CERU Blog | Former director of the Press Department
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Margarita Segovia Roldán

Co-editor-in-chief of the SRUK/CERU Blog
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Luis Moliner Cachazo

Online Manager of the SRUK/CERU Blog

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Since we started the SRUK/CERU Blog in 2016, our posts have covered diverse topics: from the Zika virus to the evolution of galaxies or the application of nanoparticles in cancer diagnosis.

This blog is an initiative of the SRUK/CERU Press Department, developed under the leadership of Ruth Garcia de la Calle in 2016. Maria Barreira was the editor-in-chief in the first season (September 2016 to September 2017). Laura Martínez and Margarita Segovia were co-editors-in-chief the second season (October 2017-June 2018) and Margarita Segovia and Susana de Lucas in the third season (October 2018-June 2019). Sandra Álvarez and Margarita Segovia are the current co-editors-in-chief.

DISCLAIMER: The content of each post in the SRUK/CERU Blog is responsibility of the corresponding author(s). Therefore, the viewpoints expressed on the blog are those of the author(s) of each post, which do not necessarily reflect the thoughts of SRUK/CERU.