Recognitions for young talents

Audrey Francisco-Bosson [Credit: Fondation L'Or?al / Carl Diner]

Audrey Francisco-Bosson, who recently completed her PhD working at the SUBATECH laboratory in Nantes (France), has received the L'Or?al-Unesco "For Women in Science" French national Fellowship. This programme was created in 2007 to reveal young talented female researchers in scientific fields and to act in favour of gender equality by supporting them at early stages of their careers. The fellowship includes 15.000€ of funding for her research. 

Article on the IMT Atlantique website

Antonio Ortiz Vel?squez

Antonio Ortiz Vel?squez, of the Department of High Energy Physics of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), has been awarded the RDUNJA 2018 prize in the Exact Sciences category. This honour is conferred by the UNAM to outstanding young researchers for their career and the relevance of their research. 

Article on the UNAM website 

You can read a recent interview with Antonio here.

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