María José Requena was the first woman to be head of Urology in a Spanish hospital. With 30 years of expertise, this surgeon opened the doors of Urology, which was male-dominated, for women. In addition, she performs kidney transplants at the Reina Sofía Hospital in Cordoba.
She had her first book published when she was twelve years old. In 2017, at the age of twenty, she has had six books published. May R. Ayamonte was born in Ayamonte (Huelva) and studies in Granada. Apart from writing, she likes to talk about the books that she reads, and that’s what she does […]
Born in Almería, Laura Maldonado is one of the most successful sportswomen of Andalusian university sport. Golf is her passion and she plays it since she was five years old, as it was a family tradition. She is currently 19 years old and was the winner of the University Championship of Spain in 2016. She […]
A project developed at a high school in Cártama (Málaga) is one of the 36 initiatives selected by Google at a world level. It’s #Merezcounacalle (or #Ideserveastreet), a project developed by the students of the Cartima High School and led by teacher Rosa Liarte, who has participated in training sessions organised by Google in Stockholm. […]