Highlights

Minimally Invasive Surgery Gathering in Caceres

May 19, 2014

A dozen members of the European Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters ( AESAL ) has gathered at the Center for Minimally Invasive Surgery (CCMI ) Caceres this morning in the activities of the International Symposium "Light at the service of man " .

During the tour, the Honorary President of the Foundation CCMI Jesus Uson has shown them auditoriums, the research area, the congress party and the surgical site composed of multiple laboratories and animal house, among other facilities.

Some of the scholars who have made the visit are AESAL president , Jean -Patrick Connerade ; Vice President of the International Society of Cryosurgery , Pedro Torrecillas , and Perpetual Secretary of the European Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters , Nicole Lemaire D' Agaggio , although other scholars have come from France and Ukraine expressly to attend the International Symposium held yesterday in Cáceres .

The International Symposium counted with the intervention of Claude Cohen- Tannoudji , Nobel Prize in Physics and a member of the AESAL who participate along with Alejandro Martín Sánchez , professor of the Atomic, Molecular and Nuclear Physics area of the UEX at the roundtable ' Light and Atoms ', according to the regional government´s press release.