The Gadea Foundation for Science (FGC) has proposed Juan Manuel Corchado, director of the BISITE Research Group and president of the AIR Institute as a member of the Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) in the area of Engineering.
The Gadea Foundation for Science (FGC) has the vocation to contribute, through highly qualified professionals, to the scientific, technological, educational and economic development and progress that will turn Spain into a country that is prepared, capable and willing to occupy its rightful place amongst the international community.
The FGC’s Scientific Advisory Council (SAC) is made up of professionals from Spain and other countries, who are highly qualified and have excellent scientific and intellectual capacity, and are divided into twelve different key areas of knowledge in order to face the current challenges and meet their objectives.
Juan Manuel Corchado will be part of the board along with more than 500 other scientists, both national and international, who understand science as “an essential service in the approaches and schemes of a modern state and that must be favored by all, for the benefit of all”.
About the Gadea Foundation for Science
The Gadea Science Foundation is a private, non-profit organization that was created by citizens working in science, with the aim of contributing to its better and greater development at the service of society.
Therefore, it is the vocation of this Foundation to seek synergies with other organizations, from public or private sectors, which are committed to making Spain take its rightful place in the world of Science without further delay.