A committee of experts chaired by Barbacid has selected five researchers who will benefit from the talent attraction program which has been promoted by the Salamanca city council over this year.
The two institutions set up a program aimed at young researchers to lead research groups.
The two institutions set up a program aimed at helping young researchers become group leaders.
The daily El Mundo publishes a report on the first ten years of the Scientific Park and what makes it a “paradise of talent and knowledge”.
The City Council of Salamanca is the driver of this project whose scientific committee is chaired by the biochemist Mariano Barbacid.
The processes of open innovation are settled in developed countries. This causes the growth of instruments that make collaboration between the different actors of the system easier: universities, technological centres, companies, public research organizations, etc., […]