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El presidente del Gobierno de España, Pedro Sánchez, junto a los titulares de las carteras de Transición Ecológica, de Industria, Comercio y Turismo, de Ciencia e Innovación, y de Universidades, y otras autoridades del ámbito de la investigación, durante la presentación del Plan de choque por la Ciencia y la Innovación en
La Moncloa, Madrid, el 9 de julio de 2020.
Pool Moncloa/Fernando Calvo

Qué puede (y debe) aprender la política científica española de la pandemia

Estas propuestas pretenden mejorar el sistema científico español para que salga reforzado de la crisis actual y esté mejor preparado para la siguiente.


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