Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, Sir Paul Maxime Nurse, visits Burdinola on its 40th anniversary Burdinola celebrates 40 years as a benchmark in laboratory equipment projects. Within the commemorative acts, the central act that took place today, has had as protagonist the British biochemist.

Burdinola celebrates its 40th anniversary this year as a world leader in the design and manufacture of laboratories. In addition to the various acts already celebrated throughout the year, the main anniversary events are scheduled now in October.

As the central event, the visit today in our facilities of Sir Paul Maxime Nurse, British biochemist winner of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2001, for their discoveries of protein molecules that control the division (duplication) of cells in the cell cycle.

Paul Nurse is one of the most prominent scientists in recent history and currently runs the largest biomedical research center in Europe in London; the Francis Crick Institute. Currently Paul Nurse continues to give his work to research, as president of the British Royal Society defending the importance of science in our day to day. For all this, and their contributions to society in general, and to medicine in particular, we wanted to invite him to celebrate our 40th anniversary with us.

The visit was scheduled for today, October 5th  and his visit to Burdinola has helped us to learn about its history and share concerns and challenges of the scientific community. Having the vision of the British biochemist, recognized with the highest scientific award in 2001, has been a great opportunity in our commitment to research.

Burdinola's concern for contributing to the recognition and encouragement of the scientific community goes back to 1993 with the creation and first edition of the Burdinola Research Award.The Burdinola Research Award has been a reference among research professionals, which appears on its list of recognized great names in Spanish scientific activity.

Under the philosophy " We create the safest and most efficient laboratories in the world where researchers enjoy working towards a better society", Burdinola continues working to help his clients, the scientific community and the society in general to progress and make the science move forward.
"It is a real honor for us to have the opportunity to meet a scientist of his reputation, whose research has been so successful and recognized in the scientific community, to the point of being awarded a Nobel Prize, the world's highest distinction for discoveries and contributions in different areas, "says Mikel Martínez, CEO of Burdinola.


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