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research scientist

Miguel Angel Sánchez-Monedero, Spanish research scientist. Achievements include research in reduction of environmental impact of organic waste management; research in organic waste recycling through composting and later agricultural use of composts. Fellow Ramón & Cajal, Spanish Minister for Science & Education, 2004, Marie Curie Fellowship, European Union, 2000, 2003; grantee, Royal Society Sciences (United Kingdom), 1994, 2000.

Background

Sánchez-Monedero, Miguel Angel was born on September 12, 1970 in Alcantarilla, Murcia, Spain. Son of Miguel Sánchez Castro and Manuela Monedero Martínez.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, University Murcia, 1992. Doctor of Philosophy in Chemistry, University Murcia, 1997. Master of Science in Chemical Engineering, University Leeds, 2004.

Career

Research fellow University Leeds, Spain, 2000—2003, CEBAS-Spanish National Research Council, Murcia, since 2004. Head analytical services Laboratory ECOSUR, Murcia, Spain, 1998—2000.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in reduction of environmental impact of organic waste management. Research in organic waste recycling through composting and later agricultural use of composts.

Connections

father:
Miguel Sánchez Castro

mother:
Manuela Monedero Martínez