The journalist of El Correo Carmen Larrakoetxea signs the article “Basque companies in hot areas” in which she analyzes the presence of several Basque companies in international markets complicated by their political, social or economic situation. Dr. Anitua exposes the uncertainty that Brexit is generating for the presence of BTI in the United Kingdom.
Driven by British explorer David Hempleman-Adams, the Mars Gaming Northabout Expedition is a cultural and travel initiative that seeks to raise awareness of the need to combat climate change.
To this end, a team of specialists in various disciplines, several belonging to the Geographic Society “La Exploradora de Vitoria”, will travel on the Northabout sailing boat, trying to reach latitudes never before achieved by a ship of this nature and documenting the impact of warming On the ecosystems and the life of the Inuit.
The trip will begin on July 14, and the expedition will be completed by the Victorians Miguel Gutiérrez-Garitano, historian and explorer (expedition director), doctor of the expedition María Valencia Basaldua and photographer Rafael Gutiérrez-Garitano, all of them with wide experience in expeditions and exploration trips.
The Board of Directors of the Official Medical Association of Álava (ICOMA) visited the BTI facilities. Drs. Kepa Urigoitia (President of ICOMA), Miguel Gutiérrez (Vice President), Alberto López de Ocáriz (Deputy Secretary and Treasurer), José Delpón (Vocal) and Merche Salazar (Vocal), accompanied by Dr. Eduardo Anitua, have visited the research, clinical and teaching facilities of the BTI headquarters in Armentia.
Dr. Eduardo Anitua participated this November 7 in the inauguration of the XVI Science, Technology and Innovation Week, which took place in Vitoria-Gasteiz.
The official opening has been led by the president of the Basque Country, Iñigo Urkullu and has had the presence of numerous VIPs. The table on Innovation in which Dr. Anitua has participated has been broadcast live in the “Graffiti” program of Radio Euskadi.