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The Catalan Society of Biology awards the Oceans and Human Health Chair


The Societat Catalana de Biologia (Catalan Society of Biology) has awarded the first prize for scientific dissemination 2021 to the Oceans and Human Health Chair for the documentary "My friend the Sea", which has already been screened on more than 30 regional Spanish and Catalan TVs.

The prize was awarded during the Second Night of Biology of the Societat Catalana de Biologia, of the Institut d'Estudis Catalans. See:

The award was received by the director of the Oceans and Human Health Chair (Dr. Josep Lloret of the University of Girona) and Dr. Elisa Berdalet of the ICM (CSIC), who participated in the documentary along with other researchers: Dr. Ángel Izquierdo (Catalan Institute of Oncology), Dra. Anna Sánchez (University of Barcelona), Dr. Rafael Abós-Herrándiz, Dra. Eva Fontdecaba  and Dra. Cristina Vendrell (Catalan Health Institute) and Sr. Arnau Carreño (University of Girona)

The documentary has also been selected by the Australian international science film festival Scinema:

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