Hernán Mínguez is a vocational scientist. He works at the Institute of Materials Science of Seville, and in 2017 awarded the prize given by the Spanish Royal Society of Chemistry and the BBVA Foundation in the Physics, Innovation and Technology Category. His work on photonic materials has allowed Hernán to patent twenty inventions at an international level.
José Antonio Sencianes brings creativity to the CSIC (the Spanish National Research Council). He is a graphic designer specialized in nature, who is in charge of translating science into a visual language. In the beginning, he wanted to be a biologist, but he decided to unite his two passions: nature and drawing, and dedicate to illustration. […]
Researchers from the University of Granada and the Superior Council of Scientific Research (CSIC) have patented new technology that allows the development of a more stable insulin formulation that could be used for the treatment of diabetes. This is possible thanks to the transformation of crystalline insulin into a gel.
Born in Cordova, where he studied Chemistry, his doctoral thesis brought him to Almería for the first time. Since then, he has visited frequently. 15 years ago, he started working as Head Scientist at the Experimental Station of Arid Areas, which he has directed for a year. The centre is supported by the Superior Council […]