Wednesday, June 1, 2011
The Colombian inventor of the malaria vaccine awarded in Spain
The colombian immunologist Manuel Elkin Patarroyo received yesterday (May 31) the Príncipe de Viana price, in recognition of his charitable work in the search for methods to prevent diseases worldwide.
The awards ceremony took place in the city of Navarra (España) and awarded to three persons/organizations that have made a great contribution to the world in the categories of culture, solidarity and dependence.
The prize for solidarity, deserved by the colombian scientist, is for individuals or organizations that have developed big contributions to underprivileged communities and as an exercise to promote Accredited work in such groups.
Continue reading >>