Researchers from UAB, ICP and CSIC working in the Manyanet Valley (Pallars Jussà, Lleida), identify various tracks made by tetrapod animals 280-290 million years ago: the most ancient fossil footprints in Catalonia.
A study published in Addiction Biology shows the presence of alterations in brain functioning and structure in cocaine users.
A study BY ICTA-UAB demonstrates the existence of large CO2 deposits in the deep Southern Ocean during the Ice Age, when the atmospheric CO2 was very low.
Researchers from UAB describe for the first time, in a work published in PLOS ONE, a model of behaviour of a bacterial colony that shows how the colony protects itself against toxic substances, like antibiotics, during the colonisation process.
The European project LIFE-SAVING-E, coordinated by the Department of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering, is to build a pilot-scale urban wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) that can generate energy instead of consuming it.
Study involving Pere Masqué opens up new perspectives on management of environmental and climate change. The research has been published in Global Change Biology.
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Writer, editor and environmental activist, has participated in peace initiatives, enviromental projects and cooperative movements.
The Department Department of Art and Musicology and the CVC have created a system that allows pianola rolls to be preserved and studied.
Researchers from the Department of Physics at the Universitat Autņnoma de Barcelona are working to find new environmental applications for these highly promising materials.
Director of the Wolfgang Köhler Primate Research Centre. Expert in the study of the cognitive processes that distinguish humans from the great apes.