Developed by researchers from ICN2 and the UAB, it is the first application using nanoparticles to improve the production of this source of renewable energy and the treatment of organic residues. The technology will be commercialised under the newly created spin-off Applied Nanoparticles.
From 20 to 26 October, the UAB will be offering a series of conferences to inform about the open and free access to scientific production, coinciding with the International Open Access Week.
The new headquarters of the Institute of Environmental Science and Technology and the Institut Català de Paleontologia Miquel Crusafont have been inaugurated on Friday 10 October. The new building is unique in Catalonia thanks to the sustainability criteria with which it was constructed.
Archaeologists from the UAB shed light on the rich historical and archaeological heritage of the site of La Almoloya, located in Murcia. A silver diadem discovered in the royal tomb is the only one from that era conserved in Spain.
Martí Boada, ICTA researcher and professor of the Department of Geography, and now the scientific coordinator of the centre, presented its lines of action at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris.
An international team of scientists and activists from the EJOLT project, led by ICTA, stated in their latest report how, when and in which cases socio-economic assessment tools help to fight against environmental injustice.
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