The UAB and getp–GRAFO (Research Group on the Cross-cultural Study of Kinship–Research Group in Fundamental and Oriented Anthropology) have organised the international symposium "Parenting or kinship? Anthropological and Interdisciplinary Perspectives”.
The 14th edition of the Workshop on Rapid Methods and Automation in Food Microbiology, organised by the Special Food Technology Research Centre (CERPTA) and the Department of Animal and Food Science, will be held at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine from 24 to 27 November.
Researchers at the Catalan Institute for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2) have created the first integrated flexoelectric microelectromechanical system on silicon. This research, published in Nature Nanotechnology, could increase the functionalities of today's silicon chips.
The UAB will head the European Network TRANSAUTOPHAGY. The project foresees biomedical advances in several pathologies and improvements in food and alternative sources of clean energy.
The NFFA-Europe project brings together 20 research centres, laboratories and universities that pioneer research in this field, among them those that make up the Barcelona Nanocluster Bellaterra BNC-b: UAB, PRUAB, IMB-CNM, ICMAB and ICN2.
A new technique, published in Nature Communications, uses lumbar puncture to determine the characteristics of the brain tumour without the need for a brain tissue biopsy. The research was led by UAB professor Joan Seoane.
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Director of the Wolfgang Köhler Primate Research Centre. Expert in the study of the cognitive processes that distinguish humans from the great apes.
PROLOG is a computer platform which conducts cognitive assessments of people with intellectual disabilities in the workplace.
Professor at the Texas Christian University and expert in comparative neuroscience on anxiety and frustration.
The UAB Research Park coordinates 16 research centres in the TECNIO network, 11 of them from the UAB.
Director of the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies at the University of Wisconsin. Researcher in political ecology.