CiQUS Ramón y Cajal researcher Martín Fañanás has obtained one of the BBVA Foundation Grants for Young Researchers and Cultural Creators.read more →
USC Professor Juan Granja has been awarded the Ignacio Ribas medal by the Spanish Royal Society of Chemistry
The Organic Chemistry Department Professor and Researcher at the USC’s Center for Research in Biological Chemistry and Molecular Materials (CIQUS), Juan Granja, has been awarded by the Organic Chemistry group at the Spanish Royal Society of Chemistry (RSEQ in Spanish) with the 2014 Ignacio Ribas medal, a distinction that rewards each year the professional career […]read more →
The new of the week… The CiQUS collaborates with the Institute for Reference Materials and Measurements
During the last week the Post-Doc Researcher Anandasagari Arcot Rajashekar, from the Institute for Reference Materials and Measurements (IRMM), has been trained by the Prof. Rivadulla Research Group at the CIQUS.read more →
The new of the week… The USC is the fourth university in Spain with the highest number of licence agreements and first options.
The work of the Area of Evaluation, Transfer and Appraisal of the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC), which became consolidated 3 years ago, is now producing results. Despite the economic crisis in Spain, this university’s research results, at least patent licences, are still profitable.read more →
BIOGA, the Technology and Business Cluster of Life Sciences and GAIN (the Galician Agency of Innovation), and with the collaboration of the Regional Galician Government and Tecnópole the Galician Technology Park, set into motion the third edition of the Investors Market to encourage commitments to the business initiatives linked to biotechnology. It will take place […]read more →
The CIQUS doctoral student Isaac Alonso has been awarded by the European Committee for Academic Relations (EUACC) of Lilly Spain with one of the three Lilly Research Awards for Doctoral Students in 2013. Isacc Alonso is developing his PhD in CIQUS, and his area of interest is the synthesis of organic structures related to natural products and derivatives […]read more →
Campus Vida participates in the TRANSBIO (Transnational Bio-cluster of the South-Western Area) of the European Territorial Cooperation Programme
The Programming Committee of the European Territorial Cooperation Programme, of the SW European Area, has just approved the TRANSBIO (Transnational Bio-cluster of the South-Western Area), of which Campus Vida is a partner.read more →
News of the week…. The ConCiencia Programme will bring Eric Cornell, the 2001 Nobel Prize-Winner in Physics to the USC.
Eric Cornell, professor at the Colorado Boulder University (USA), won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2001 “for accomplishing Bose-Einstein Condensation in gases diluted with alkaline atoms, and for the first fundamental studies into the properties of these condensates “.read more →
The new of de week… Two CIQUS PhD. are participating in the prestigious Lindau Nobel Laureates Meeting
The media are echoing the Lindau Meeting with Nobel Prizes, which started last Sunday. Alejandro Criado, a recent PhD graduate at the CIQUS, is one of the 10 brightest young researchers selected to represent Spain this year. Alejandro is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Trieste.read more →
Harvard, Princeton, Georgetown, Oxford and Cambridge, MIT, the American Atomic Agency, CSIC, the French Research Agency, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, Bayer. And even the Pentagon. These are some of the top organisations which use a nuclear magnetic resonance software which emerged in the Organic Chemistry Laboratories at the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC), has […]read more →