Cadena SER is Spain's leading radio network in terms of both seniority, it was created in 1926, and audience share, with a regular listenership in 2013 of 4,785,000. The acronym SER stands for Sociedad Española de Radiodifusión (Spanish Broadcasting Company). It is based in Madrid and its programmes encompass news, sport, talk, entertainment and culture, in addition, studios across the country contribute local and regional news and information, with local programming in each location amounting to between two and three and a half hours daily.
Funded Innovation projects
Bolivia is one of the most equalitarian parliaments in the entire world, with more women than men, but does this equality change everyday women's life?
This project analyses and compares the prices of drugs used in the treatment of diseases across developing countries. What impact do patents have on prices, and have survival rates improved?