The Royal European Academy of Doctors-Barcelona 1914 (RAED) has presented the complete program of its first Scientific Meeting, to be held in Fuerteventura (Canary Islands) between the 8th and 11th June with the collaboration of the IESE business school and the University of Las Palmas. The sessions will be held in three full days in which scientists of the first order will try to respond in various conferences, debates and roundtables facets of the generic theme of the meeting: “Convergence of roads: Science and Business”.

Among the participants are three Nobel laureates and statesman who will enter in the RAED as honorary academicians: Ada Yonath, Nobel prize in Chemistry; Sheldom Glashow, Nobel prize in Physics; Richard Roberts, Nobel prize in Medicine, and Luis Alberto Lacalle, former president of Uruguay. Another outstanding activity will be the academic admission of José Ramón Calvo, president of the Institute of Interdisciplinary Research of the RAED. On behalf of the RAED will answer the honorary academician and Chemistry Nobel Prices Mario Molina.

Ada YonathSheldon Lee GlashowRichard RobertsMario Molina

Also participating in the sessions, among others, Mateo Valero, general director of the Barcelona Supercomputing Center; José María Baldasano, Jaime I Environment Award; Joaquín Almunia, former Spanish Minister of Labor and Social Affairs and Public Administration and Territorial Policy and former European Commissioner for Economic and Monetary Affairs and Competition, or the Spanish diplomat Inocencio Arias.

Apart from the sessions of the scientific program, the Meeting will have the so-called Excellence Corners, where several of the attending personalities will sit down and chat informally with other participants.