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 UAB and the Johan Cruyff Institute have announced an agreement to work together on teaching, research and social programmes.
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.
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.
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.
Thomas Tufte, a lecturer at Roskilde University (Denmark) and an expert on the concept of Communication for Development, conducts research on the social changes being facilitated by communication in many parts of the world. He studies the ways in which citizens are mobilising to make themselves heard, and the many changes this is bringing about.
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