Federico Mayor Zaragoza was unable to attend the inaugural ceremony held on 21 September for health reasons, but he did record a video in which he gave his opening lecture, focused on the culture of peace and particularly on the role of women and knowledge in the "transition from force to words". Read more
On 22 and 23 September, the UAB Casa Convalescència will play host to the 11th International Urban Law Congress, organised by the UAB's Enric Prat de la Riba Chair and which will focus on the protecction of cultural heritage. Read more
Yasmeen Hanoosh, professor at the University of Portland, will give a lecture on "Minorities in Today's Iraq: an interdisciplinary perspective" on 22 September at 11 a.m. at the Faculty of Translation and Interpreting. Read more
Researchers from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, in collabroation with the University of Oviedo and the CIBERSAM, have designed a test which in only 20 minutes can examine short-term memory capacity, mental agility and organisational capacities in patients with schizophrenia. Read more
UAB researchers participate in a study which advances in the detection of GHB consumption up to 20 hours after being ingested. The combination of NMR and metabolomics techniques detected the glycolic acid molecule as a potential biomarker for drug consumption. Read more
The university will award five grants for the contracting of PhD holding research staff The initiative wishes to encourage the capture and retention of research talent at the UAB. The deadline for submitting applications is 25 September. Read more
The rectors of public universities in Catalonia issue a joint statement in response to current events in Catalonia.
Given the current situation of democratic regression, the UAB governing team and representatives of the trade unions called on members of the university community to participate in a demonstration today in front of the Rectorat building.
Silvia de Bianchi, lecturer and Ramón y Cajal researcher at the Department of Philosophy, will be receiving one of this year's European Research Council's Starting Grants conferred onto young and early-career researchers.
Brais Chao was admitted to the UAB with the highest access mark in Health Sciences: 13.65 over 14. When he was in his second year of Nursing he decided that as soon as he completed his degree, he would enrol in Medicine. Read more
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