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CSIC will lauch CSIC Alumni, a network of former CSIC staff. It is conceived as an international diverse and dynamic network fostering collaboration and sharing experience in science and innovation. Alumni's main mission is to expand the scientific community by strengthening CSIC's relationship to all those collectives which have formed part of the Institution at some point of their careers. This network of members will strengthen the scientific knowledge and social impacto of CSIC.

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If you are a former CSIC staff and you are interested in CSIC Alumni, please fill in this survey so that we know your interests and can better define the initiative. Staff currently working at CSIC do not need to fill in the survey.

The deadline for completing this survey is 10 October.

Más info en: http://www.ebd.csic.es/documents/10184/962554/CSIC_Alumni/35e88651-53b2-4d7f-9a99-e401fc2e9fdc

 


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The Doñana Biological Station studies the circulation of the West Nile Virus in the Guadalquivir

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Eighteen researchers at EBD-CSIC in Stanford’s list of top 2% scientists in the world

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Researchers Pedro Jordano and Montserrat...

Blanca Arroyo, awarded with the Harper Award by the British Ecological Society

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Montserrat Vilà and her colleagues are honoured with the George Mercer Award of the Ecological Society of America

This year’s Mercer Award goes to the authors of “Disentangling the abundance–impact relationship for invasive species.”, including Montserrat Vilà of the Biological Station of Doñana-CSIC