Ramón Risco Delgado, Ph. D.
RESEARCH DIRECTOR AND FOUNDER
Ramon Risco was Born in 1966 in Seville, studied three years of Physics at the University of Seville, and two years in the specialty of Theoretical Physics in Granada. Granted by the Nuclear Energy Board (Madrid) to study problems related to Nuclear Fusion by magnetic confinement. He made his PhD working with Franco Selleri (Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, Bari, Italy) and Anton Zeilinger (Institute für Experimentalphysik, Innsbruck, Austria), where he works on the problem of non-locality in Quantum Physics. He made the research group FQM-239 of the Junta de Andalucía, Foundations of Quantum Mechanics.
In 2002 he changed its scientific activity towards biotechnology, specifically to the cryopreservation of biological material. He created the CryoBioTech Research Group. He did much of his research in cryopreservation at Harvard University (Boston, USA). He worked closely with the Center for Engineering in Medicine, (Boston, USA). In 2007 invented a technology capable of cryopreserved certain very important cell types: human ovum and stem cells as well as certain nematodes high biotechnological interest. He patented the technology and got a recognition of the Merck Foundation, receiving the award from the Minister of Health Dr. Bernat Soria.
Pablo García Piosa
Researcher / Laboratory Manager
Ariadna Corral Sousa, Ph. D.
PhD Cum Laude from the University of Sevilla with International PhD mention in 2014. Graduated in Chemical Engineering at University of Seville in 2007 and is currently teaching and researching in the Physics Department in that school. She has a Master of Chemical and Environmental Technology and was researcher in the Organic Chemistry Department of Trinity College Dublin, University of Dublin, Ireland from 2008 to 2009.