A research with the involvement of the UAB reveals the existence of deposits and forms caused by two tsunamis which destroyed the shorelines of an ocean in northern Mars, with megawaves reaching heights of 120 metres. The study has been on the home page of Nature.
Conservation policies make difficult the access to forest resources such as hunting and wild plant gathering. An ICTA-UAB study recommends implementing conservation policies which take into account indigenous societies, their culture and the changes they are facing.
On Tuesday 24 May the conference hall of the Rectorate building will host an information session on the new call for Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships (IF).
An inter-university cooperation project funded by the Fundació Autònoma Solidaria (FAS) executes an integrated action to strengthen ethnobiological research in Bolivia.
UAB researchers have developed a paper-based biosensor covered in bacteria which detects water toxicity. This is an innovative, simple and inexpensive biological tool which can detect several contaminants and can be easy to use in economically restricted areas or developing countries.
UAB researchers have developed a system which efficiently transfers electrical energy between two separate circuits. The system, made with a shell of metamaterials, was published in the journal Advanced Materials.
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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.