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Carles Lalueza-Fox from IBE, among the 25 most influential people in Science and Technology in Spain
Researcher Carles Lalueza-Fox, from the Institute of Evolutionary Biology (IBE, CSIC-UPF), has been named the 22nd most influential person of 2020 in the area of Science and Technology in Spain according to Merca2.
Lalueza-Fox (Catalonia, 1965) is a Spanish biologist expert in the study of ancient DNA. Graduated and PhD in Biology from the University of Barcelona, he has worked at the Universities of Cambridge and Oxford, as well as in the private genetics company of CODE Genetics of Iceland. He is currently developing his work at the Institute of Evolutionary Biology (CSIC-Pompeu Fabra University).
The study was carried out between November and December 2020 and it is the third edition of the 500 most influential people in Spain, divided into 15 categories, and prepared by Grupo Merca2.
The worldwide impact of the coronavirus has pointed at science as fundamental in 2020. This has been reflected in the ranking of the 25 most influential people in the area of Science and Technology published by the Merca2 Group, which this year shows a large number of researchers.
Link to the complete news with the 25 most influential Spanish men and women.
Recently, Carles Lalueza-Fox was interviewed by Aldo Bartra, best known as "El robot de platón". You can watch the full interview below: