The Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research has started a collaboration with SECPhO cluster, focused on promoting technological innovation through the application of deep technologies, for two years.

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After three years in Severo Ochoa – María de Maeztu presidency, Luis Serrano, director of Centre de Regulació Genòmica (CRG) ends his term and Maria A. Blasco, director of Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Oncológicas and until now vicepresident of SOMMa, will be in charge. The new president expresses her willing of “continuing working for the recognition of the Spanish science as one of this country’s politic and economic priority”.

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The Global Change and Genomic Biogeochemistry group, from the Instute of Environmental Assessment and Water Reseach (IDAEA-CSIC) has develop a project, called ANTOM, that will study the pollutants emerged by human activity in the Atlantic and Austral Oceans and how the move towards there.

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The IDAEA Young Researchers’ Week, which took place between September 14-18th 2020, is already available on IDAEA YouTube channel. In this event, IDAEA PhD students could share their research projects to the PhD community and share ideas, advancements and challenges.

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The visiting researcher of the Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research Laia Comas-Bru has received the WCRP/GCOS International Data Prize 2020. The prize encompasses a certificate signed by the Chairs of the WCRP Joint Scientific Committee and the GCOS Steering Committee, as well as funding for the recipient to present the results of their research at a major conference or meeting of their choice

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The researcher Xavier Querol has written an article in El País about which fuel, diesel or petrol, is most dangerous to the environment and human health.

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Researchers from the Institute for Environmental Assessment and Water Research (IDAEA-CSIC) and the Technical University of Freiberg, Germany, propose an innovative method to store CO2 underground in a feasible and safe way. The work, published in the journal Geophysical Research Letters, is proposed as a possible solution to mitigate the effects of climate change.

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