Queen Letizia of Spain visited the Polytechnic University of Valencia to announce the winner of the “Princess of Girona Award” in the “Scientific Research” category. The winner of this year’s award is Rubén Darío Costa Riquelme.
The FPdGi annually presents the Princess of Girona Foundation Awards with the aim to promote and encourage initiative and effort, scientific research and artistic creativity, solidarity and talent development of young entrepreneurs and innovators who show concern for building a world more just in a globalized environment, and they have the ability to take risks and the motivation necessary to induce changes in society.
In total, five prizes are awarded: four individual prizes to young people (between 16 and 35 years old) who undertake and start a work, a business, a commitment, especially if they involve difficulty or risk, and with this, they are able to induce creatively positive changes in society, and an entity that works for young people, especially in the promotion of entrepreneurship, employability and job placement, education and school success, vocation and talent.
Rubén Darío Costa is a Valencian and a doctor of chemistry from the University of Valencia. He has achieved a European Research Council Consolidator project that rewards research excellence in Europe. For all these merits, the jury has decided to grant the Princess of Girona Foundation Award for Scientific Research.
The winner is selected on the basis of the “originality of their research in the field of LEDs with biological components in order to reduce the environmental impact. His research has potential uses in biomedicine and biorobotic. Part of these results has resulted in patents that have been transferred to the productive fabric.
Queen’s visit to the University began with a tour of an innovation workshop with about 300 young people, for the resolution of problems with entrepreneurial initiatives, based on a disruptive methodology, for 180 minutes, on the motto “Heal the world: small and large solutions to curb climate change”. Subsequently, the Queen held a meeting with young participants of the “Entrepreneurial Challenge”.
During the visit, Letizia also attended a presentation of the 2020 Awards Tour and the “Challenge” and on the tenth anniversary of the FPdGi was projected.
Now to what Letizia wore – Queen Letizia chose to bring back her Boss Jericoa Stretch Wool Double Breasted Blazer and Tiluna Stretch Wool Ankle Trousers that she first wore in December 2019 at the exhibition held at the Royal Palace.
The suit consists of $595 Boss Jericoa Stretch Wool Double Breasted Blazer described on Nordstrom as “The classic power jacket shows its softer side when it’s cut from season less Italian stretch wool in a petal-pink hue”.
The blazer is paired with $248 Boss Tiluna Stretch Wool Ankle Trousers described as, “An ankle-skimming length contributes to the winning, slimming silhouette of these seasonless stretch wool suit pants.” The trouser is available on Nordstrom.
Once again, Queen teamed up the suit with white Carolina Herrera pleated neckline blouse with cap sleeves.
Letizia matched the look with petal pink Hugo Boss Women’s Mayfair Pump 90-pa Closed-Toe that are currently available on Amazon.
Her Gold & Roses Crawler Skyline Earrings
and Karen Hallam ring finished the look.