Events & NetworksLocal Chapters
8 June 2012, cnic, Madrid
Alumni in Spain met with EMBL Director General, as well as representatives from the Spanish Ministry and the EU´s R&D Framework Programme to discuss funding, networking and the possibility of influencing science policy in Spain at a national and European level.
Organisers: Jose Luis de la Pompa, Maria dM Vivanco, Daniel Bachiller
6 September 2010, Palau de Congressos de Catalunya, Barcelona
This year’s EMBO Meeting, held in Barcelona in early September, provided an opportunity for nearly 30 current and former EMBL staff to catch up at the 5th annual gathering of alumni in Spain.
Organisers: Luis Serrano and Sarah Sherwood
28 November 2008, CNIO, Madrid
EMBL alumni in Spain and Portugal met at the Spanish National Cancer Research Institute (CNIO) for their fourth annual meeting. The programme included scientific talks by Ignacio Dolado, Robert Kypta and Fatima Gebauer, and an update on EMBL news from Christian Boulin.
Organisers: Guillermo Montoya and Angel Nebreda
7 September 2007, CIC bioGUNE, Derio (Bizkaia)
Alumni in Spain held their third annual meeting at CIC bioGUNE. The programme included scientific talks, a discussion on alumni resources and a guided trip to the Guggenheim museum followed by dinner.
Organisers: María del Mar Vivanco and Robert Kypta
29 September 2006, Polytechnic University of Valencia
More than 25 alumni currently living in Spain and Portugal met for their second annual meeting at the Polytechnic University of Valencia to discuss their latest research and alumni resources. Speakers included Alfonso Valencia, Maria dM Vivanco, Juan Valcárcel, Domingo Barettino, Jordi Bernués and Alberto Muñoz.
Organisers: Ramón Serrano and Angel Nebreda
7 October 2005, CRG, Barcelona
Nearly 30 EMBL alumni in Spain and Portugal met at the Center for Genomic Regulation (CRG) to discuss their latest research activities, and to explore means to enrich their research environment through the alumni network. Economist and former minister for science and universities, Andreu Mas-Coleil, talked about the need for and benefits of basic research for knowledge-based economies, which was followed by a paella dinner.
Organiser: Juan Valcárcel
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