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Eduard Punset: “Bionaturis is able to deliver hope throughout innovation”
Roche and Oryzon, a historic agreement for Spanish Biotechnology
“Do your best to respect yourself and the others. Keep informed and learn to communicate”
Let’s get to know…
Juan Jose Infante Viñolo, 40 years old, born in La Linea de la Concepcion (Cadiz). PhD in Sciences at Cadiz University.
-When you were a child, what did you want to be as an adult?
Well, I wanted to become an adult. And learn a lot on the way.
-What do you like the most about your job?
Learning every day about Biotechnology. And teaching.
-What are your future challenges?
Making progress in my profesional career, developing more the business field. And doing it reaching agreements for the development of Bionaturis’ products.
-Your favourite dish
Bread and Nutella for breakfast. I can’t live without it.
Seattle. This place has marked a milestone in my life.
‘La Grande Bellezza’, by Paolo Sorrentino. I will watch it every birthday from now on.
-A historical figure
For being balanced and in this current context, I think that Nelson Mandela taught the way and manners.
‘The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle’, by Haruki Murakami.
‘Manhattan’, from the record ‘Omega’, by Enrique Morente. It’s a version of ‘First we take Manhattan’, by Leonard Cohen.
-What do you usually do in your free time?
Reading about Biotechnology. I am such as those freaks.
-A proposal to get rid of the crisis
We must ask ourselves at each moment if what we are doing has sense. And we must ask the same to everybody. We shouldn’t let anything get by one. Or only a few.
-How do you imagine the world in 20 years?
With more tolerant and prudent people. And using more Biotechnology, of course.
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