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  • Performance by members of the English National Ballet

    Performance by members of the English National Ballet Performance by members of the English National Ballet, under the direction of Tamara Rojo, 2005 Prince of Asturias Laureate for the Arts, on the occasion of the opening of the exhibition “Transactions. Spain in the History of the Royal Society”.

  • Performance by members of the English National Ballet

    Performance by members of the English National Ballet Performance by members of the English National Ballet, under the direction of Tamara Rojo, 2005 Prince of Asturias Laureate for the Arts, on the occasion of the opening of the exhibition “Transactions. Spain in the History of the Royal Society”.

  • Exhibition “Transactions. Spain in the History of the Royal Society”

    Exhibition “Transactions. Spain in the History of the Royal Society” Visit to the exhibition “Transactions. Spain in the history of the Royal Society”, which will be open to the public until 16th June at the headquarters of the Royal Society.

  • Exhibition “Transactions. Spain in the History of the Royal Society”

    Exhibition “Transactions. Spain in the History of the Royal Society” Visit to the exhibition “Transactions. Spain in the history of the Royal Society”, which will be open to the public until 16th June at the headquarters of the Royal Society.

  • Exhibition “Transactions. Spain in the History of the Royal Society”

    Exhibition “Transactions. Spain in the History of the Royal Society” Visit to the exhibition “Transactions. Spain in the history of the Royal Society”, which will be open to the public until 16th June at the headquarters of the Royal Society.

  • Exhibition “Transactions. Spain in the History of the Royal Society”

    Exhibition “Transactions. Spain in the History of the Royal Society” Visit to the exhibition “Transactions. Spain in the history of the Royal Society”, which will be open to the public until 16th June at the headquarters of the Royal Society.

  • Exhibition “Transactions. Spain in the History of the Royal Society”

    Exhibition “Transactions. Spain in the History of the Royal Society” Visit to the exhibition “Transactions. Spain in the history of the Royal Society”, which will be open to the public until 16th June at the headquarters of the Royal Society.

  • Exhibition “Transactions. Spain in the History of the Royal Society”

    Exhibition “Transactions. Spain in the History of the Royal Society” Visit to the exhibition “Transactions. Spain in the history of the Royal Society”, which will be open to the public until 16th June at the headquarters of the Royal Society.

  • Exhibition “Transactions. Spain in the History of the Royal Society”

    Exhibition “Transactions. Spain in the History of the Royal Society” Visit to the exhibition “Transactions. Spain in the history of the Royal Society”, which will be open to the public until 16th June at the headquarters of the Royal Society.

  • Exhibition “Transactions. Spain in the History of the Royal Society”

    Exhibition “Transactions. Spain in the History of the Royal Society” Visit to the exhibition “Transactions. Spain in the history of the Royal Society”, which will be open to the public until 16th June at the headquarters of the Royal Society.

  • Exhibition “Transactions. Spain in the History of the Royal Society”

    Exhibition “Transactions. Spain in the History of the Royal Society” From left to right, Pedro Miguel Echenique, 1998 Prince of Asturias Laureate for Technical and Scientific Research, Tamara Rojo, 2005 Prince of Asturias Laureate for the Arts, and Federico Trillo, Spanish Ambassador to the UK, at the opening this evening of the exhibition “Transactions. Spain in the History of the Royal Society”, which can be visited until 16th June at the headquarters of the Royal Society.

  • Exhibition “Transactions. Spain in the History of the Royal Society”

    Exhibition “Transactions. Spain in the History of the Royal Society” From left to right, Pedro Miguel Echenique, 1998 Prince of Asturias Laureate for Technical and Scientific Research, Peter Lawrence and Ginés Morata, joint 2007 Prince of Asturias Laureates for Technical and Scientific Research, Tamara Rojo, 2005 Prince of Asturias Laureate for the Arts, Federico Trillo, Spanish Ambassador to the UK, Teresa Sanjurjo, Director of the Prince of Asturias Foundation, Philip Campbell, editor-in-chief of the journal Nature, 2007 Prince of Asturias Award for Communication and Humanities, Sir John Pendry, Fellow of the Royal Society, and John Pethica, Vice President of the Royal Society, at this evening’s opening of the exhibition “Transactions. Spain in the History of the Royal Society”, which can be visited until 16th June at the headquarters of the British institution.

  • Seminar: Transactions in Science and Society I

    Seminar: Transactions in Science and Society I The lead speakers at the seminar “How do cells know when to stop proliferating?”, scientists Peter Lawrence (left) and Ginés Morata, joint recipients of the 2007 Prince of Asturias Award for Technical and Scientific Research, together with Professor Ottoline Leyser, Fellow of the Royal Society, who chaired the event.

  • Seminar: Transactions in Science and Society I

    Seminar: Transactions in Science and Society I Peter Lawrence, 2007 Prince of Asturias Laureate for Technical and Scientific Research during his lecture at the Royal Society.

  • Seminar: Transactions in Science and Society II

    Seminar: Transactions in Science and Society II Sir John Pendry, Fellow of the Royal Society, during his lecture at the headquarters of the British institution, within the framework of the seminar “Interfaces between science and society, particles and light”.

  • Seminar: Transactions in Science and Society II

    Seminar: Transactions in Science and Society II Sir John Pendry, Fellow of the Royal Society, during his lecture at the headquarters of the British institution, within the framework of the seminar “Interfaces between science and society, particles and light”.

  • Seminar: Transactions in Science and Society II

    Seminar: Transactions in Science and Society II Pedro Miguel Echenique, 1998 Prince of Asturias Laureate for Technical and Scientific Research, during his lecture at the Royal Society, within the framework of the seminar “Interfaces between science and society, particles and light”.

  • Seminar: Transactions in Science and Society II

    Seminar: Transactions in Science and Society II Pedro Miguel Echenique, 1998 Prince of Asturias Laureate for Technical and Scientific Research, during his lecture at the Royal Society, within the framework of the seminar “Interfaces between science and society, particles and light”.

  • Seminar: Transactions in Science and Society II

    Seminar: Transactions in Science and Society II Pedro Miguel Echenique, 1998 Prince of Asturias Laureate for Technical and Scientific Research, during his lecture at the Royal Society, within the framework of the seminar “Interfaces between science and society, particles and light”.

  • Activities together with the Royal Society

    Activities together with the Royal Society Scientists Peter Lawrence (left) and Ginés Morata, joint recipients of the 2007 Prince of Asturias Award for Technical and Scientific Research, together with Teresa Sanjurjo, Director of the Prince of Asturias Foundation, at the Royal Society.

  • Activities together with the Royal Society

    Activities together with the Royal Society The executive director of the Royal Society, Julie Maxton (left), met this afternoon with the director of the Prince of Asturias Foundation, Teresa Sanjurjo, before the start of the activities being conducted jointly by the two institutions around science, to take place at the headquarters of the British institution.

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