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Teresa Ciges Jordi Costa is in New York, but he still has a moment for us. After exchanging several emails, he answers our questions,

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DICYT Founding member of the Association of Women Researchers and Technologists (AMIT) and vice-president from 2001 to 2006, member of the Chair-Network for Women,

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Lucía Sapiña Researcher, PhD in Medicine, professor of Biochemistry at the University of Leicester, novelist, communicator, musician… One may ask how he gets the

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Lucía Sapiña An iguanodon, a cetiosaurus, pteranodons… the old prints decorating Juan Manuel Usera’s office would be a delight for any kid. He is

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Ricardo Campi Göran K. Hansson (Gothenburg, 1951) opens the doors to his office in the Nobel Forum, at the Swedish capital’s Karolinska Institutet, to

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Marcela Rosato You just published the genome of a conifer in Nature. Why is it so relevant? In the first place, because of the difficulty.

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© Eva Maria Javier Alfredo Baratas Díaz is Full Proffesor of Science History at the School of Biology at the Complutense University of Madrid

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© Laura Garsando Lorenzo Sanchis works at UMDO (Unit of Optoelectronic Materials and Devices) of the Institute for Materials Science (University of Valencia) and

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© Andrea González Garrigas Women are responsible for only between 12% and 15% of all relevant positions in Spanish universities. What is more, scientific

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© Andrea González Garrigas The orange, a citric rich in vitamin C, has been a symbol of the prosperity of the region of

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© Laura Garsando Cosuelo Guerri was one of the most renowned faces present at the demonstration in favour of science held in Valencia last

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© Marina Sanjuan Manel Porcar, biotechnician at the Cavanilles Institute of the University of Valencia and expert in transgenic food, was a Greenpeace member

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© Andrea González Garrigas A serious woman of few words, Ana Labarta, expert in Arabic and Islamic Studies, received us in the López

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Investing in management and protection for our forests is more important than spending milions of euros on measures that seek to alliviate the effects of wildfires.

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A few hours after his plane landed in Valencia, Steve Sturdy met us in the López Piñero Institute for the History of Medicine

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Manuel Pérez Alonso is one of the most important entrepreneurial scientists in the Valencian scientific scene. Chairman of Bioval, the first bioregion that gathers different biotechnology-based

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© José Vicente Bernabeu   «When I came back from Gombe I explained to the academia in Cambridge that chimpanzees use tools, like us, and

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Stuart Clark has made contributions for newspapers, radio and television and he writes popular science books that have been

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Richard Dawkins (Nairobi, 1941) va estudiar en la Universitat d’Oxford, on va fer el doctorat sota la direcció de l’etòleg holandès Niko Tinbergen (premi Nobel 1973). Després d’una breu estada a la Universitat de Califòrnia, el 1970 va accedir a una plaça de professor al Departament de Zoologia de la Universitat d’Oxford, a la qual va estar vinculat durant tota la carrera acadèmica.
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