Prizes

Prof David Pérez García wins the 3rd Edition of Banco Sabadell Foundation Award for Science and Engineering, and Dr Arkaitz Carracedo Pérez wins the 14th Edition of the Biomedical Research Award

Dr Arkaitz Carracedo Pérez, PhD in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from the Complutense University of Madrid, has been recognised for his innovative contribution to the field of oncology through his pioneering work that seeks to understand the development of prostate cancer.//

Prof David Pérez García, PhD in Mathematics from the Complutense University of Madrid, has been recognised for his contributions in Mathematics and Quantum Information, including the mathematical development of tensor theory applied to condensed matter.//

Both awards, which give out 50,000 euros each, aim to recognise the career of young researchers. The award ceremony will take place on July 2nd.


2016 in search of talent

During 2016 the Foundation has supported talented young persons through scholarships, awards and training. Supporting such talent is one of our principal objectives.


Open call for the III Dummy Award Banco Sabadell Fundación

For the third consecutive year, the Photographic Social Vision Foundation, with the collaboration of the Banco Sabadell Foundation (among other smaller collaborators), has issued the open call for entries for the third annual photobook award: DOCField Dummy Award Banco Sabadell Foundation. This award recognises and rewards editorial publishing projects and their authors, and gives visibility to new editorial formats which, together with expositions and multi-media formats, are playing a crucial role in the dissemination of authors’ works.


‘Art for touching, art for all’

Innovation and culture are more closely united than ever. This is amply demonstrated by the first CultHunting Prize 2015, rewarding the most innovative business project that brings together creativity and culture and won by ‘Didú’, developed by Canon and Estudios Durero. With the motto ‘Art for touching, art for all’, this project allows blind people to interpret a photograph through touch using a relief technique developed jointly by both companies.