BARCELONA, January 29 (European Press) –
The Barcelona Metropolis Council honored Carmen García-Comas, Pedro Cermino, Marta Villegas and Elvan Bock with the Ciutat de Barcelona Prizes for Earth and Environmental Sciences, Experimental Sciences and Know-how and Life Sciences, respectively.
The Barcelona Institute of Tradition (Icub) reported in an announcement on Sunday that the prizes have an endowment of €9,500 and shall be handed out on February 15 at a ceremony to be held within the Salou de Cent of the Barcelona Metropolis Council.
Within the Earth and Environmental Sciences class, the jury acknowledged researchers Carmen García-Comas and Pedro Cermino for his or her work “Put up-Extinction Restoration in Paleozoic Oceans and Biodiversity Hotspots,” a “paradigm shift” in data of the evolution and restoration of marine biodiversity after the extinction of the previous 500 million years.
In Experimental Science and Know-how, the jury awarded researcher Marta Villegas for constructing and creating pure language processing fashions Aina and Marla, a “crucial step in preserving the linguistic heritage” of Catalan and Spanish on the World Vast Internet.
As for all times sciences, the jury acknowledged Dr. Elvan Bok for her work “Oocytes keep ROS-free mitochondrial metabolism by suppressing cGMP,” for her contribution to data of cell biology and feminine fertility, and for her consideration of authentic and robust analysis that “opens new analysis avenues in numerous fields” .
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