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Anna Laromaine, award TALENT EMERGENT 2014

Anna Laromaine, award TALENT EMERGENT 2014

News Staff 24 March 2014 5468 hits jags

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Last Friday, Anna was recognized by fem.talent with the TALENT EMERGENT 2014 award for her scientific career and her entrepreneurial activities in the company Osmoblue. She had been proposed by AMIT-CAT (Asociación de Mujeres Investigadoras y Tecnólogas).

fem.talent és una iniciativa innovadora de la Xarxa de Parcs Científics i Tecnològics de Catalunya (XPCAT) que, juntament amb altres organitzacions com la Regidoria de la Dona i Drets Civils de l’Ajuntament de Barcelona, promou la igualtat d’oportunitats i la gestió del talent femení a l’Economia del Coneixement.


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