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IDAEANewsletter
Nº8 - October 2021
News
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The Young Researchers' Week gathers more than 30 young IDAEA researchers

A total of 33 PhD and MSc students participated in different formats, covering all the IDAEA scientific fields. A round table about career opportunities after the PhD and a workshop on mental health were also organized for IDAEA's youngest researchers. 

 

 

A project coordinated by IDAEA-CSIC receives
€8 million from the EU to improve air quality monitoring in Europe

 

A new method allows detecting the transmission of SARS-CoV-2 in indoor air in hospitals

María Cruz Minguillón receives the Young Female Scientists Award 2021 

Minguillón has been awarded in the category of Biology and Geology for her research on air quality in both outdoor and indoor environments, as well as the impact of the implementation of mitigation measures of quality air

 

November Agenda
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Job Offers
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Check out our open vacancies and join the IDAEA community!

 

IDAEA in the media
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'¿Qué es una científica?', el cómic del CSIC que derriba estereotipos sobre niñas y ciencia 

El proyecto CSIC4Girls, impusado por el IDAEA y el IQAC, lanza una publicación ilustrada dirigida a alumnas de primaria en el que se pretenden romper ideas preestablecidas sobre cómo tienen que ser las personas que se dedican a la ciencia. 

 

 

 
 
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