The Spanish National Research Council (CSIC)

(ES) The Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) is Spain's largest public research institution and ranks third among Europe's largest research organisations. The CSIC plays a key role in scientific and technological policy in Spain and worldwide. According to its Statute it has four main missions: foster multidisciplinary scientific and technological research; knowledge transfer to industry and society; education and training of scientific and technical staff; creation of Technology Based Companies (spin-offs). The CSIC carries out research in all fields of knowledge, distributed in three global areas: Life, Society and Matter. The CSIC produces 20% of the national scientific output and remains the first institution in Spain in the generation of patents.

Women academics nominated by the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC)

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