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A group of Spanish scientists from several different laboratories are participating for the first time in a project on adapting living beings to the low temperatures in Antarctica. ?Not every day can you be surrounded by such qualified scientists or live in a natural paradise like Antarctica,? claims Jorge Cuéllar, PhD in molecular biology from the National Biotechnology Centre (CNB) and alumnus of our university. From Antarctica, Jorge Cuéllar has told us about this experience. This young Segovia native, who earned his degree in biology from IE University, explains that the grant awarded him by the School of Experimental Sciences in the last year of his degree was important for his professional future. Because of it, he was able to participate in a research project on nitrogenated compounds, directed by his then-teachers Samuel González, Ana Martín and Javier Lacadena.
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