On 7 July at 12 noon the Faculty of Philosophy and Arts will offer a conference by Meral Çiçek, president of the Kurdish Centre for Women's Affairs in Erbil (Iraqi Kurdistan).
This year's archaeological dig has revealed new daily life objects used in Neolithic societies. The new ornamental objects discovered confirm the symbolical-ideological value they had for the first farming and animal husbandry communities.
The conference will take place on 2 and 3 July at the Faculty of Philosophy and Arts and will include the attendance of researchers and students from around the world.
The UAB organises a new edition of Universitat d'Estiu-Summer Term for this coming summer. Three types of courses are available: bachelor's degree subjects, university participation activities and propaedeutics.
An international team of researchers, led by ICREA Research Professor at the UAB Karen Hardy, discover direct evidence of the oldest selection and consumption of plants in teeth belonging to hominins who lived in the Qesem Cave, Israel.
The Institute of Neuroscience and the Vall d’Hebron Institute of Research have signed an agreement with the Japanese company R-Tech Ueno to develop and conduct pre-clinical trials of a new drug for the treatment of cerebral infarction.
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