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News published in June 2015
  • Monday, 29
  • Nicolás Cuenca

    A researcher of the Institute begins the first global study of Parkinson's disease with human retinas

    U.S. scientists involved in this project funded by the Michael J. Fox Foundation

  • Friday, 5
  • Forest Ecophysiology Colloquium may 2015

    Traduciendo ...

    Our researchers attend the V Spring Symposium on Forest Ecophysiology, in Isaba (Navarra), day 20 to May 22, 2015.

  • Wednesday, 3
  • Francis Mójica

    A researcher of the MIES inspired the Princess of Asturias Award

    The government knocked down in 2008, the project that inspired the Princess of Asturias prize in Dr. Francisco J. Martinez Mojica, researcher of MIES. Dr. Martinez Mojica was the first person that was fixed in some genetic fragments present in bacteria, important in its use in the human immune system.

    The Government knocked out in 2008 the project that inspired the Princess of Asturias Award

    The Government knocked out in 2008 the project that inspired the Princess of Asturias Award

    The Government knocked out in 2008 the project that inspired the Princess of Asturias Award

    The Government knocked out in 2008 the project that inspired the Princess of Asturias Award

    The Government knocked out in 2008 the project that inspired the Princess of Asturias Award

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