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CNIC, Madrid (Spain).
Some time ago, I was invited to attend a conference in Mexico. My host, a Professor at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, mentioned at some point in our conversation that he felt very lucky. “Although Mexico is a developing country, research and innovation are quite well supported by the government” he said. “What an optimistic view!” I thought. “I’m sure the Mexican government could do better…
ERI BioTecMed, UV, Valencia (Spain).
As we have seen in this section, Biophysics is a highly interdisciplinary field capable of merging with many other branches of science such as Biochemistry, Medical Physics, Cell Biology, Microbiology, Mathematics, and Immunology. Like probably many of you, as a result of this integrative nature, throughout my career I’ve walked the line between Biophysics and another scientific areas — in my case specially Virology…