This same morning, the renowned Spanish researcher Margarita Salas has died in Madrid, at 80 years old. As familiar sources have explained to this newspaper, on October 12 several ischemic ulcers were detected and she was admitted to the Jiménez Díaz Foundation University Hospital, where doctors saw that she was lacking irrigation in the digestive tract. From there, he suffered several cardiac arrests, the last one, this morning.
Last June, the Asturian researcher was doubly awarded by the European Patent Office, in the category 'Achievement of a lifetime', for having put DNA sequencing within reach of many more researchers and scientists and paving the way for New advances in genetics.
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