March

March Newsletter

If you want to know Bionaturis Group latest news, here you are our March Newsletter

 

IN THIS ISSUE

Arantza Muriana, honored with the prize Business Manager of the Year in Guipuzcoa by Aspegi Asociation

The Cervipro Project progresses after a meeting
in Heildelberg

Bionaturis Group receives the award by Actualidad Economica Magazine within the ‘Revelation’ category

Let’s get to know…

Laura Romero, 23 years old, born in Ferrol (A Coruña). She is studying Administration and Business Management at Santiago de Compostela University.
 

-When you were a child, what did you want to be as an adult?
Too many things: a dancer, actress, policewoman, entrepreneur…
-What do you like the most about your job?
At this moment, what I like most is realising that I didn’t make a mistake choosing my degree.
-What are your future challenges?
Getting a job in which I will be able to demonstrate what I am passionate about and let me improve myself every day.
-Your favourite dish
Bread with salmorejo and smoked cod is my favourite one, although, unfortunately, I like all kind of food!
-A place
Galicia.
-A film
‘Amelie’, by Jean-Pierre Jeunet.
-A historical figure
Maria Pita.
-A book
‘Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despair’, by Pablo Neruda.
-A song
‘Comptine d’un autre été l’après midi’, by the soundtrack of ‘Amelie’.
-What do you usually do in your free time?
Some time ago I used to dance professionally but now I am only trying to adapt myself to the South.
-You can’t live without…
Too many things! But I couldn’t live without licorices!
-How do you imagine the world in 20 years?
It would be a bit messy, I imagine a crazier world than now but I hope my own world will be more stable and with some of my dreams already fulfilled.

Laura has been working at the Administration Department since November, 2015.

Arantza Muriana, honored […]

March 8th, 2016|Blog english|0 Comments|

March Newsletter

If you want to know Bionaturis Group latests news, here you are our March Newsletter

 

IN THIS ISSUE

2005-2015: a decade innovating for your health
Releasing our new corporate video in our 10th anniversary
BBD BioPhenix shows the advantages of zebrafish in the SOT 2015 Annual Meeting and TOX Expo

Let’s get to know…

Celia Quevedo Soubriet, 43 years old, born in Tomelloso (Ciudad Real). PhD at Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at Complutense University of Madrid.
 

 

-When you were a child, what did you want to be as an adult?
A doctor, but the vocation didn’t last much time.
-What do you like the most about your job?
The opportunity of innovating, the constant learning and the relationship with workmates.
-What are your future challenges?
Contributing to improve people’s quality of life, the ones who actually need it; that is what I would like to get.
-Your favourite dish
It is impossible to choose one, I like nearly everything, and I enjoy eating more and more!!
-A place
Among the ones I have been to… the beaches in Zanzibar, a paradise.
-A film
“American Beauty”, by Sam Mendes.
-A historical figure
I am going to mention two: Nelson Mandela and Jiddu Krishnamurti.
-A book
“War and Peace”, by Leon Tolstoi.
-A song
“Big Bang”, by Bad Religion.
-What do you usually do in your free time?
It depends: sunbathing and watching the sea, reading a good book, climbing the mountains, some spinning, enjoying in good company…
-You can’t live without…
The people I love, light and curiosity.
-How do you imagine the world in 20 years?
Not very different from today’s one: a lot of technological progress and little essence!!

  Celia has been working as a Project Manager at BBD BioPhenix (Bionaturis Group) since its creation in February, 2013 and previously in Biobide, since 2008.

2005-2015: a decade innovating for your health

The years between […]

March 18th, 2015|Blog english|Comments Off|

March Newsletter

Here you are our March Newsletter with Bionaturis’ latest news.

 

IN THIS ISSUE

Bionaturis seeks solutions to antibiotic resistance
Ana de las Heras: “The first year of Targetfish has been very satisfying”
Bionaturis pushes the MAB in its rise of 2014

Let’s get to know…

Rosa María Osuna Aguilar, 37 years old, born in Llodio (Álava). PhD in Sciences at Cadiz University.
 

-When you were a child, what did you want to be as an adult?
The first thing I remember aswering to this question from adults was: “Mum”
-What do you like the most about your job?
The teamwork and learning from my workmates everyday.
-What are your future challenges?
Helping Bionaturis to become a visionary company.
-Your favourite dish
A large grilled steak.
-A place
The beach.
-A film
‘Mamma Mía’.
-A historical figure
Nelson Mandela.
-A book
‘Sophie’s world’, by Jostein Gaarder.
-A song
‘Hoy puede ser un gran día’, by Serrat.
-What do you usually do in your free time?
Playing with my home boys, doing sports, having walks, watching movies…
-A proposal to get rid of the crisis
Removing the privileges for politicians and keeping on people with true commitment and ideas to grow up the economy.
-How do you imagine the world in 20 years?
I would like to think that it will have less inequalities, a global access to health and education.

 Rosa has been working at Bionaturis as Asistant Manager since November 2006.

Bionaturis seeks solutions
to antibiotic resistance

Bionaturis, a biotechnology company listing at the Spanish MAB, participates in the public-private consortium ADELIS, led by Laboratorios Rovi and involving, besides Bionaturis, the companies Biomedal, Vaxdyn, Althia, and research groups from Virgen del Rocio Hospital, University of Granada, University of Sevilla, University of Cadiz and, Genyo[1] as well. The project, which aims to an overall optimization of drug delivery systems, will last two years and will involve an estimated […]

March 11th, 2014|Blog english|Comments Off|

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